Alt Market 
Feb 6, 2013
The anti-gun propaganda conditioning in schools today is now utterly epidemic. As I wrote in my article ‘Kindergartner Suspended For “Bubble-Gun Terrorism”‘ , this extreme oppression by school officials is NOT about the safety of the children. It is, in fact, a program to delete the idea of gun culture from the next generation. It is designed to make them afraid to even think about guns, and to grow up with a disdain for firearms rights.
The following incident takes this propaganda to a new level by punishing children not just for toy weapons or paper weapons, but for IMAGINARY weapons! Public schools are now in the business of dominating free expression and extinguishing not just behaviors, but ideas. It truly is an Orwellian nightmare. Though, in a strange way it does make sense; the young boy involved was trying to “save the world from evil forces” after all, and the corrupt establishment doesn’t like that kind of ideology being displayed in the next generation…
A seven-year-old boy was suspended from his elementary school for using an imaginary grenade while playing “Rescue the World” on the playground.
The story was featured on Fox 31 Denver . Second-grader Alex Evans pretended to throw a grenade into a box full of, in his words, “pretend evil forces.”
“I pretended the box, there’s something shaking in it, and I go pshhh,” Alex explained.
Unfortunately for Alex, his exploits (heroic as they were) went against Mary Blair Elementary School rules . Those rules include no fighting (real or pretend) and no weapons (real or pretend).
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Alex’s mom commented that she doesn’t think the rule is practical. “Honestly I don’t think the rule is very realistic for kids this age,” Mandie Watkins said. “I think that when a child is trying to save the world, I don’t think he should be punished for it.”
Alex is just as perplexed as his mom. “I was trying to save people and I just can’t believe I got dispended,” he told Fox 31.
A similar incident took place last month in Pennsylvania when a fifth-grade girl wasreprimanded  by school officials for bringing a piece of paper in the shape of gun to class.
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