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EMS Worker Tells Mom “We’re Agents of the State” During Home Inspection

Mother targeted because she homeschools her son

Paul Joseph Watson

Infowars.com

May 1, 2014

 

After a concerned mother called 911 fearing her son was choking, an EMS worker proceeded to conduct an inspection of her house on the premise that she homeschooled, telling the woman “we’re agents of the state”.

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Image: Ambulance (Wiki Commons).

Krista Spinks Bordelon of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, called for an ambulance after her asthmatic son began complaining of chest pains and turning red in the face.

 

“It was one of those “should I call should I not call” situations,” wrote Bordelon on a private Facebook page for homsechool parents. “They were super rude when they got there immediately telling me he was fine.”

 

However, the situation became even worse when one of the EMS supervisors asked Bordelon why her son wasn’t in school. When she replied that her son was homeschooled, the worker began conducting an inspection of Bordelon’s house, telling her “we’re agents of the state”.

“I was told by their supervisor that they are now agents of the state,” wrote Bordelon, adding, “That is probably where it all stemmed from (apart from their rudeness and bad interactions with me and my son – who is autistic.) But a report was definitely filed.”

Bordelon summed up her feelings after the incident on her public Facebook page;

“The moment your child is complaining that his stomach hurts, then points to his chest instead, and his face is turning red and he’s coughing, so you call 911. Except, when EMS gets there they laugh at you and tell you if it’s asthma he won’t be complaining about “abdominal pain” (except he’s NOT because he’s POINTING TO HIS CHEST!!!) Then the other asks, “Why aren’t they in school?” Then proceeds to LOOK AROUND YOUR HOUSE when you tell her you homeschool!!! Seriously, people, I am not making this up! I. Am. Livid.”

Bordelon now says that she is “super nervous” having filed a complaint and is planning on joining the Home School Legal Defense Association, adding, “I HATE having to feel scared for making a good choice”.

There are two equally chilling facets of this story that need to be underscored. The first is that EMS workers are now apparently being trained to be “agents of the state” who instead of devoting all their attention to helping people in desperate medical need are instead being ordered to take on the role of amateur citizen spies in some kind of unnerving East German Stasi throwback.

The second illustrates something that we have documented on numerous previous occasions – that both state and federal authorities treat homeschoolers as some kind of fringe cult of domestic extremists.

Last year Infowars.com reported on how homeschoolers were being portrayed as violent terrorists in a number of Department of Homeland Security-funded police drills which simulate homeschoolers staging attacks on public schools and school buses.

Krista Bordelon’s experience also illustrates the emerging trend being pushed by the establishment that children do not belong to their parents but are in fact property of the state or the “community,” as outlined in a now infamous clip featuring MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry.

 

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Resistance is futile....the debate is over....what difference does it make:

 

 

"Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power.”

 

If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face—for ever.”
George Orwell, 1984

 

“It was possible, no doubt, to imagine a society in which wealth, in the sense of personal possessions and luxuries, should be evenly distributed, while power remained in the hands of a small privileged caste. But in practice such a society could not long remain stable. For if leisure and security were enjoyed by all alike, the great mass of human beings who are normally stupefied by poverty would become literate and would learn to think for themselves; and when once they had done this, they would sooner or later realise that the privileged minority had no function, and they would sweep it away. In the long run, a hierarchical society was only possible on a basis of poverty and ignorance.”
George Orwell, 1984

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Truant Officers are a big joke these days if they operate at all they have minimum staff and limited resources.

 

Home schooling is a joke unless it is done in a community center. Then they have real results like pivate and religious schools do.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtW79_5HZXo

 

Kids who don't go to school now are going to be either in jail or on the lower end of the economic ladder. This is a well known fact.

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Truant Officers are a big joke these days if they operate at all they have minimum staff and limited resources.

 

Home schooling is a joke unless it is done in a community center. Then they have real results like pivate and religious schools do.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtW79_5HZXo

 

Kids who don't go to school now are going to be either in jail or on the lower end of the economic ladder. This is a well known fact.

Another Department of Education Survey showed the following:

Violence and Crime at School - In 1999-2000, 20 percent of all public schools experienced one or more serious violent crimes such as rape, sexual assault, robbery, and aggravated assault. Seventy-one percent of public schools reported violent incidents and 46 percent reported thefts.

Violent Deaths at School - From July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, there were 32 school-associated violent deaths in the United States.Twenty-four of these violent deaths were homicides and 8 were suicides. Sixteen of the 24 school-associated homicides involved school-aged children.

Nonfatal Student Victimization - In all survey years from 1993 to 2003, 7-9 percent of students reported being threatened or injured with a weapon such as a gun, knife, or club on school property in the preceding 12 months.

School Environment - In 2003, 21 percent of students ages 12-18 reported that street gangs were present at their schools

Students in urban schools were the most likely to report the presence of street gangs at their school (31 percent), followed by suburban students and rural students, who were the least likely to do so (18 and 12 percent, respectively).

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Another Department of Education Survey showed the following:

Violence and Crime at School - In 1999-2000, 20 percent of all public schools experienced one or more serious violent crimes such as rape, sexual assault, robbery, and aggravated assault. Seventy-one percent of public schools reported violent incidents and 46 percent reported thefts.

Violent Deaths at School - From July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, there were 32 school-associated violent deaths in the United States.Twenty-four of these violent deaths were homicides and 8 were suicides. Sixteen of the 24 school-associated homicides involved school-aged children.

Nonfatal Student Victimization - In all survey years from 1993 to 2003, 7-9 percent of students reported being threatened or injured with a weapon such as a gun, knife, or club on school property in the preceding 12 months.

School Environment - In 2003, 21 percent of students ages 12-18 reported that street gangs were present at their schools

Students in urban schools were the most likely to report the presence of street gangs at their school (31 percent), followed by suburban students and rural students, who were the least likely to do so (18 and 12 percent, respectively).

Where are the cops and security guards at these schools ?

 

Gangs are on school grounds and the teachers nor the principal have them stopped and ejected for trespass ?

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