Compulsory education is jail for innocent kids

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October 5, 2016
Center for a Stateless Society
by Enrico Sanna  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"Sitting or standing or marching like ants when they are told, and eating when and what they are told, unthinkingly obeying the orders is what compulsory 'education' is all about. That's what all public school systems were created for in the first place, and that's also the reason attending classes was made compulsory. Compulsory, 'free' education is a tool of the state, perhaps its most important. It's through education that the state first asserts its control and authority on a person's life. Real communities can only be created through freedom of association. Thus compulsory education is a hindrance to true, meaningful communities." (10/04/16)  


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