Home schooling: here’s what our masters say

And you’d better pay attention

by Jon Rappoport

May 23, 2022

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Daniel Greenfield, writing at Front Page Magazine, offers this gem:

“Elizabeth Bartholet, the director of Harvard Law’s Child Advocacy Program, described the ‘homeschooling phenomenon’ as a ‘threat’ to society, claiming that conservative parents ‘homeschool because they want to isolate their children from ideas and values central to our democracy’, ‘promote racial segregation and female subservience’, and ‘question science’.”

“Her paper called for a ‘presumptive ban on homeschooling, with the burden on parents to demonstrate justification for permission to homeschool.’ These views are not fringe.”

Of course, this elite Harvard titan, Bartholet, knows which ideas and values are central to our democracy; and the place to drill them into children’s heads is public school.

Which pretty much sums up what public schools are for.

She also has a complete grasp of science in all fields, and she can identify disruptive questions which would lead unsuspecting people down the wrong track.

Appoint her the head of Something Big immediately.

Like all of her super-educated colleagues, she manages to forget that the United States is a Republic, not a democracy. But a democracy is what she needs, because under that system the well-oiled systems of money determine which voices are heard and which are silenced.

The voices that are heard are called “the will of The People.” So says the press, which is basically a PR and marketing operation on behalf of Money. As a cover, the press pretends to be an advocate for the poor and the underserved.

Elizabeth Bartholet should be pumping gas and collecting tumbleweed at a station in Death Valley, where she can talk to herself and right all the wrongs of society.

It’s always this way with elites; they know what we need because we can’t know it. They labor to supply us with their values because ours are worthless.

Their bottom line, when it comes to education? Children don’t belong to their parents. They belong to the State. So you see, their territory of operation is far wider than schools. They’re werewolves, and parents are silver bullets.

In 2020, Bartholet was a co-organizer of a Harvard summit on homeschooling, along with law professor James Dwyer. The announcement for this summit included the following profile of Dwyer. Buckle up:

“James Dwyer, a law professor at the College of William and Mary. He is the professor famous for claiming that ‘The reason parent-child relationships exist is because the State confers legal parenthood …’ In his 1994 law review article ‘Parents’ Religion and Children’s Welfare: Debunking the Doctrine of Parents’ Rights’ (82 Calif. L. Rev. 1371), Dwyer argued that ‘the claim that parents should have child-rearing rights—rather than simply being permitted to perform parental duties and to make certain decisions on a child’s behalf in accordance with the child’s rights—is inconsistent with principles deeply embedded in our law and morality’.”

Yes. Democracy. Certainly.

Isn’t this what you’ve always wanted? Permission from the State to perform certain limited parental duties?

Dwyer’s deep understanding of the Constitution is evident here. He realizes that, contrary to popular belief, the founding document never intended to limit and constrain central government and guarantee wide freedom to the individual.

No. Instead, it embedded government EVERYWHERE, especially within the family. Parents, the Founders reasoned, were no better than British Kings. They had to be hamstrung and placed in homes as carefully watched and monitored agents of the State, to carry out instructions on how to raise children.

Aha. Yes. Of course. How could we have missed that?

And it’s only fitting that we should receive such wisdom from Harvard, where posing as guardians of the disenfranchised while sitting on a pile of endowment money that reaches to the moon has been raised to an art form.

At Harvard, the elites play in the fields of the Lord and stoop to offer us mandates about the basics of life itself.

Mother? Father? Son? Daughter? These are grave misnomers which arose owing to parental ignorance and overreach.

A vast course correction is needed, and our rulers will define the law and guide the way.

Bow the head, bend the knee, and give thanks.

Or you could build a moat around your home and fill it with crocodiles. While you home school your children.

You know, mothers—the children YOU GAVE BIRTH TO.

Unless you believe sex, conception, pregnancy, and birth are mere footnotes of State law.

Decreed by Harvard.

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The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

35 comments on “Home schooling: here’s what our masters say

  1. Opie Poik says:

    “Fear is the mortar
    Obedience is the brick
    And that is the House of Government.”


    We are all slaves under the state, which only exists via our support of it. A slave may not choose nor refuse, nor leave, nor keep the fruits of his labor.

    ” . . . when you’re a prisoner, the task is not to shout epithets at the warden, but to get out.”
    ~ Ken Kesey, author of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”


  2. sk says:

    Although it’s true that the US and state governments are based on being a Republic, not a democracy, how has that been working out for us? Where is my representation when my candidate loses? And should my choice win, what am I to do when they make numerous stupid self-servings decisions? Voting them out for the next con man to act as a replacement doesn’t seem to work. There really is no accountability built into our system. Our overlords are free to say and do whatever they want, without apparent repercussions. As a matter of fact, the whole system was built on a fraud. Just a little research on the origins of the constitution makes that evident.

    • bmseattle says:


      Not to mention, it is impossible to “dissent” and opt out of the system.
      Consent is “implied”, and we were all forced into this system, for perpetuity, because of the “vote” of a small group of men, who have been dead for decades.

      • JB says:

        No, we are not. As Larken Rose says, government only has power when you believe in it. If enough people ignore it and don’t do what it wants, it will have to break down. People have to stop living in fear.

        • eceres says:

          ytube, search larken rose I’m allowed to rob you.

          Still one of the most core vids on it. Short, simple, core.

        • bmseattle says:

          Well, if the past 2 years hasnt woken them up, I wonder what it will take.

          I think most people are more afraid of true freedom than being slaves.

          Our system has gone one direction over the past 200 years, and “the people” allowed it all to happen.

  3. Lisa says:

    One of your best articles. Bartholet should be dropped off in Death Valley right about now. I’m sure there is nothing to pump there in these trying times so this would give her ample time to ponder and expound further on all the subjects she knows nothing about. The lizards and beetles will yawn and seek peace underground. Eventually a buzzard will appear…

    • Rob says:

      One could say “she IS the buzzard”, except that would undeservedly give buzzards a bad name.

    • Roslyn says:

      I agree! I busted out laughing a couple times. You are a rare bird, Jon! THANK YOU!
      Reading your blogs helped me through these times in the Asylum of America.

  4. Greg Weldon says:

    It’s called a marriage license in which the state authorizes you to participate in an unlawful act. As a result the state has a vested interest in the fruits of that contract; your children. They in fact own your children.

    Look up the lawful (not legal) definition of a contract.

  5. Tim says:

    Cancer consciousness does as cancer consciousness is. They are just cells operating in service to the larger. Like The Borg/Matrix, etc.. is “satan”,,,, is an extension/projection of “ego”. (the “enemy” is ALWAYS “out there”…..(like the boogeyman “virus”…).

    None of which has a basis in Reality.

    So, it’s all an attempt to deceive humans into giving it “immortality”, so it can parasite off of them forever(keep them immersed in an unholy dream of self-deceit and self-abuse). The same shit, over and over, dressed up differently, it would always end the same way, but for The Grace of GOD(TRUTH).
    It shrinks.

  6. Sean says:

    Its obvious that she has quite the crew and there are so many parents that do not believe in themselves but do believe in the government and therefor will demonize the millions of homeschooling parents that do believe in themselves, that just want to be left alone, to thrive and have much valve to offer.

    This land is a Republic. Not a democracy. And I dont think you have to be a far right extremist to notice what all of these con artist authoritarians are up to any longer. Lets have a strong Republic and many many self-sufficient self governing people and communities and live without all of this silly crap. Isnt there something better to do than putting up with all of this all the time?

    • LookUp says:

      I have said for a long time now that the idea of public schooling has come to its end. There is no longer any worthwhile fruit. In an age of instant communication, public schools are archaic. This professor is proof.

      Tear it down. Make space for better ideas.

  7. Jim S. Smith says:

    Notwithstanding that the “state” is NOT the one who produces the children, AND it is NOT the “state” who pays all of the bills associated with child-rearing (or, at least it shouldn’t be, anyway). In all other species in Nature which nurture their own children, why is it that the human species should be denied the very same natural inclination?

    This is MORE about enforcing “conformity” where the “public education system” determines “what” the People should be allowed to learn – and HOW they should think and believe. They conveniently forget or disregard that innovation, invention, and general creativity originate from the individual – NOT from “conformed societies”.

    Neverminding the fact that BECAUSE of the corrupted and debased “public education system” be one of the main reasons why our societal standards of living and general well-being have been consistently going – DOWNWARD – and NOT improving the general character of our “society”.

    As usual,

    These so-called “EGG-spurts” are only there to invert what is understood as “reality”. – Thus, the Malthusian mindset of control and domination over the People.

    This has the net effect of pushing a society of people backwards, not improving its lot.

    – “An ignorant people are far easier to control, than a knowledgeable one.

    – JSSmith

  8. Peter Watson says:

    The State is the Beast. QED

  9. USA Invades Israel says:

    Compulsory forced schooling emerged from Prussia to produce a more obedient soldier and citizen, one stripped of the ability to imagine by techniques inherent in the design of the schooling system. The program of schooling insured organized power had an obedient worker and consumer class, and that this same class would never have the ability to alter (or break) their relationship with organized power. To this day, it remains illegal to homeschool in Germany. France has recently adopted the same path.

    That same Prussian model eventually migrated to North America and was quickly embraced by the likes of industrialists such as monopoly capitalist John D. Rockefeller Sr who stated that he “wanted a nation of workers, not thinkers”.

    Further to that aim, his lackey and confidant, Frederick T. Gates, one of the members of the General Education Board (which Rockefeller set up and funded), had this to say;

    “In our dream, we have limitless resources and the people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hand. We shall not search for embryo great artists, painters, musicians nor lawyers, doctors, preachers, politicians, statesmen, of whom we have an ample supply… The task we set before ourselves is very simple as well as a very beautiful one, to train these people as we find them to a perfectly ideal life just where they are… ”

    These elitist types set a big ball of dung in motion to enrich and empower themselves in perpetuity. Is it any wonder why they will claw to retain their control over childrens minds.

    • Siouxma says:

      Excellent comment – you mentioned Frederick Gates. When I first discovered his existence just around the beginning of this recent Scamdemic with FrontMan Bill Gates, I wondered how or if they were related. Frederick’s Wikipedia account, when I first read it, contained the name “Common Core” training for school children, but now that language is scrubbed.

      Regarding compulsory school education in Germany, I learned about that when a Christian family was homeschooling and in serious trouble with the law. They got to America by the Grace of God, claiming religious persecution as refugees. This was during Obama’s reign, so they were facing deportation, but were saved only by the Blowback from We the People.

      If ever there will be a serious attempt to outlaw homeschooling in America, it will be under FJB’s reign of terror. This Scamdemic was proof positive to alert normal parents how much better their children were by staying away from these Indoctrination Indoctrination Hellholes.
      Regarding our country as a Constitutional Republic… not any more. Something very bad happened after the “Uncivil War” that signed it away to the British Bankers.

    • LaniMac says:

      And where did the Prussians get this idea of establishing schools to program the children into obedience?

      From the Caste System in India! Prussians went to India and studied how they trained their people into submission. Training must begin with young children.

      Prussians started Public Schooling to brain wash the little children into submission, to obey, to do what they are told. Then, Prussia could have obedient soldiers. And this spread around the world.

      Homeschooling allows individualism, creativity, inventiveness, genius to blossom.

      (Check out John Taylor Gatto’s great books).

  10. William R Hall Jr says:

    Public schools are a violation of the 1938 Child Labor Laws in that they jeopardizes the children’s well being and educational opportunities.

    Teaching someone to read, write and do basic math should not be a time consuming and expensive proposition.

    With a little imagination education could be entertaining and fun.

    Maybe public school should be made public. Every class should be filmed and presented on TV so that everyone can scrutinize each episode.

  11. JJ says:

    The elites are in absolute attack Mode, trying to take away every single human right and turn humans into mindless slaves. Fee speech is gone, farming will banned every where, no gun rights for 90% of the world (soon US will follow), no freedoms of movement, bodily authonomy gone…. And 90% of the “citizens” I call non playing characters are on board. Tey’re actually happy about it. It will inevitably lead to a bloodbath and human slavery…. If those who still have voice and any morality left won’t speak up and those who can do something about it won’tdo anything we’ll end up in an unimaginable dystopian nightmare

  12. Mary says:

    Just thank you John

  13. ReluctantWarrior says:

    ‘Sic semper tyrannis.’

  14. ReluctantWarrior says:

    “There are only two powers in the world….the sword and the spirit. In the long term the sword is always defeated by the spirit.” – Napoleon Bonaparte

  15. Roundball Shaman says:

    “Elizabeth Bartholet, the director of Harvard Law’s Child Advocacy Program, described the ‘homeschooling phenomenon’ as a ‘threat’ to society…”

    Hey, Director Liz… homeschooling is most certainly a threat. But not to society. Only to elitist vultures like you and your kind who believe that children and bigger people are yours to herd and push around as you wish… you know, those you order to follow all the dictates of your Educational Industrial Mafia without question.

    Underlying this twisted, sick belief is the insane delusion that children are properties of The State. Only the unHoly State has the right to decide what is best for… ‘The Children!’. Only those deluded agents of Educational Empire get to do with your children as They wish. You silly parents who think you have ‘rights’!? Ha! That’s a hot one.

    You’re damn right that parents are trying to isolate their kids. They are trying to protect them from sick-os like you.

    “Elizabeth Bartholet should be pumping gas and collecting tumbleweed at a station in Death Valley, where she can talk to herself and right all the wrongs of society.”

    No, not pumping gas. Gas is much too valuable a commodity these days to let anyone the likes of her to be around it.

    She should be instructing a group of sand lizards on how those lizards don’t know what’s best for their lizard young while SHE DOES. Let her talk herself silly to these amused critters out in the middle of the Mohave in the 125-degree heat while munching on those tumbleweeds with a canteen that has a hole in it and which has drained all of its hot water out of it.

    “Unless you believe sex, conception, pregnancy, and birth are mere footnotes of State law.”

    The State has fully deified itself over all matters in heaven and Earth. It has made itself ‘the god’ over all. It is the very unholy sovereign that reigns over all things… or at least tries to. ‘We’re Empire now…’ and all that kind of horse crap. Or lizard crap.

    Sorry, you ‘gods’. The God Position was already taken long ago by Something and Someone much more worthy. You are sad fakers… posers… impersonators… usurpers of just and proper authority from a True God.

    The Educational Industrial Complex has become perverted beyond redemption. Kids will learn more worthwhile things from watching real lizards in the Mohave then they’ll ever learn from these ‘educators’ and teachers. All that one can learn from Them is insanity.

    It looks like some of the stupidest people ever born now graduate from and have high position at Harvard. Come to Harvard and earn your degree… a Degree of Utter Shame.

  16. Opie Poik says:

    So, Miz Bartholet, how d’ya ‘spose anyone learned anything before the forced advent of public “education”?

    • Donella says:

      Can you build a house or a boat? Can you grow food, make clothing, dig a well, sing a song (your own song, that is), make your own children happy, weave a whole life from the everyday world around you? No, you say, you can’t? Then listen to me — you have no business with my kid. ~John Taylor Gatto, Confederacy of Dunces

  17. Rob Kitsch says:

    There used to be a term called “honest graft”. I think that this old term has to be replaced withr something like “selling your soul to the paymasters” so that your hubris, though well educated and flowery, has no basis in the experience of the great unwashed. The equalizer is hopefully those that endeavor to live by a moral hierarchy have more real life experience than those that dwell in ivory towers.

  18. Opie Poik says:

    The inertia of going along to get along:

    “For Important Decisions, Turn Off The Story”

    “While these are universal experiences, they are also murky, and we don’t have a vocabulary that suits them.”

  19. Sean says:

    My customer today, whom is from the Netherlands, with her American Veteran said she strongly opposes homeschool and believes it should be mandated that they go to school. I replied, your voice and opinion is welcomed and totally honored. However, what authority do you or anyone have when it comes to another persons child? I said, I totally agree with you that if you want to send your child to a government school, where they will now get an education on becoming a tranny, not to mention a great place to score drugs, be bullied, become pregnant and learn how to be dependent on the government, then you should knock yourself out. But if I dont want to put mine through that, then its just none of any ones business. Its a freedom thing. If you want a tranny dependent on the government, you are in great company. But some of us dont. And we aint even right wing at all. Im pretty sure Im going to need a new customer. They didnt even say bye. hahahahaha

  20. L.G. says:

    Fortunately, the Pennsylvania Religious Freedom Act made home schooling legal in our state nearly 20 years ago, and home schooling was a pleasure. It was learner-driven, with my twin sons requesting a quantum physics course in grade 5, which I personally designed with outside help, and they completing their first college course in human geography in grade 8. They formally matriculated into college at age 16.

    Though I hold 10 secondary school teaching certifications in two states, which emboldened me to try home schooling, my husband and I had invited a good friend who was head of a private Christian school to oversee our elementary school curriculum and test the boys periodically for achievement, and we joined numerous home school associations along the way for socialization and group learning opportunities, for a well-rounded program.

    Would gladly do it the same way all over again!

    I strongly recommend home schooling from the very beginning in kindergarten, rather than ever enrolling one’s children in a public school and then withdrawing them, as much red tape is thus eliminated. Also, be aware that home schooling friends who used the public health department for free well-baby checks were then followed for the remainder of childhood, so that’s another pitfall to avoid.

  21. Lauran says:

    Love the idea of the crocodile and the “moat”!

    …Build a big fence around your house like the White House has; and do not let anyone in that you do not know as a friend.

  22. der einzige says:

    my son has never been to school, we successfully carry out home education. he’s in fifth grade now and he’s already on vacation. fuck the system.
    I recommend this film


  23. Peter Harter says:

    The state owning children is becoming a topic in Canada and Australia, which are Satan’s experimental states where he introduces policy and this helps him understand what the world populace’s reaction will be. Clif High has stated that in Australia this is the issue that will cause a revolution, although I don’t know if an unarmed populace can do a revolution. There has been so much CIA-like activity in the five eyes over the last 30 months it’s hard to stomach the odor of the devil’s lizard ass beneath it all.

  24. Give the following POP QUIZ(Sub-titled “Do You Believe the Free-Loan Story”) to 100 home-schooled kids (and their parents) and to 100 state-schooled kids (and their parents) and see how they compare:

    Payments Volume Growth Boosts Visa’s 2018 Earnings; Key Initiatives To Drive Future Value (October 29, 2018): [Still waiting for fiscal 2019 figures – expected to be 12% to 15% greater]:

    In fiscal 2018, Visa’s number of cards (including virtual cards) increased by about 80 million to 3.3 billion. The total [gross purchase] volume [throughput] surpassed a record $11 trillion [just for the Visa banks alone], driven by 182 billion transactions during the year. The company’s payments volume growth remained strong across the globe, with double-digit growth (in constant dollars) in all regions except Europe. [forbes.com website, December 17, 2018]


    Everyone knows that by paying off their credit card balance in full every month that they are effectively receiving a free loan from the card-issuer (by total $ purchase-volume-throughput about 98% of all card-users do so in fact).

    Question 1: How are the world’s aggregate credit/charge-card issuers able to pocket the USD-equivalent of about $2 billion a day ($2,000,000,000) in concealed-credit-charges – about $1 trillion ($1,000,000,000,000) roughly every 18 months – making free loans? Explain your answer.

    Question 2: Why does it cost as little as 1% or 50 cents to process a $50 credit/charge-card transaction to pay for gasoline, but up to 6% or $30 (60-times-more) to process a $500 credit/charge-card transaction to pay for dinner at an expensive restaurant? Explain your answer.

    Question 3: Why does it cost-in-fact less than 2 cents to process a $1,000 debit-card transaction, but up to $60 (3,000-times-more) to process a $1,000 credit/charge-card transaction? Explain your answer.

    Question 4: How are the world’s aggregate credit/charge-card issuers able to pocket $1 trillion ($1,000,000,000,000) in concealed-credit-charges roughly every 18 months without all consumers overpaying by $1 trillion every 18 months? Explain your answer.

    Question 5: Where do you believe the money comes from to pay for air miles and membership rewards programs? Explain your answer.

    Question 6: About 10% or $200 million a day of the total is a direct commission or handling-fees from VAT and other government sales-taxes that are run through these accounts. How are roughly 25,000 PhD’s in Economics globally able to remain oblivious to it? Explain your answer.

    Question 7: Given that virtually every credit/charge-card transaction prima facie offends up to two dozen criminal-law / racketeering laws, how is it that the broadly-defined justice department of every country in the world fails to prosecute the card-issuers? Explain your answer.

    Question 8: Does the minimum $10 billion per year ($10,000,000,000) that is kicked-back directly as rewards to card-carrying judges, lawyers, politicians, political-parties, court-system-workers, and the owners and employees of credit-reporting agencies affect your answer to Question 7? Explain your answer.

    Question 9: What allegedly-intelligent species on planet Earth has become so habituated to nominal authority over common sense that it can be systematically looted of $1 trillion ($1,000,000,000,000) every 18 months while genuinely believing something as transparently ridiculous and flat-out-stupid as the free loan story? No need to explain your answer.

    Short Answer Key is at Werex (dot) org [http://werex.org/pop-quiz-short-answer-key/]

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