Texas Schools Teaching Boston Tea Party As Terrorist Act

One of the most famous and historic events in our nation’s history, and the event that perhaps single-handedly led to American independence from the British, is now being taught to American school children as an act of terrorism.  CBS Houston reports that Houston schools have reportedly been attempting to portray the Boston Tea Party as an unprovoked act of terrorism by ‘intoxicated terrorists’.

The most historical instance of protesting against taxation without representation is now being taught in Texas schools as a terrorist act. As recently as January of this year, the Texas Education Service Center Curriculum Collaborative included a lesson plan that depicted the Boston Tea Party, an event that helped ignite the American Revolution, as an act of terrorism.
Amazingly, this propaganda is being fed to children not in Orange County or New Jersey, but in Texas!
1984 is no longer fiction. 
As CBS Houston reports, the teacher’s curriculum attempts to portray the Boston Tea Party as an act of terrorism:

“A local militia, believed to be a terrorist organization, attacked the property of private citizens today at our nation’s busiest port,” wrote the teachers in charge of organizing the curriculum about the Boston Tea Party. “Although no one was injured in the attack, a large quantity of merchandise, considered to be valuable to its owners and loathsome to the perpetrators, was destroyed. The terrorists, dressed in disguise and apparently intoxicated, were able to escape into the night with the help of local citizens who harbor these fugitives and conceal their identities from the authorities.

It is believed that the terrorist attack was a response to the policies enacted by the occupying country’s government. Even stronger policies are anticipated by the local citizens.”

Literally unbelievable that this was allowed to be included in the curriculum of any American school, much less one in Texas. It is more than a little ironic however that this report surfaces at a time when the union is abuzz with succession and the most hatred held by the general population towards the Federal Reserve and Central Banksters in the last 100 years, thanks largely to Ron Paul’s efforts.

Comments

  1. IN SOVIET AMERICA, TERRORIST IS *YOU*

  2. …and this is from the same state that is the most serious about seceding from the USA.
    Methinks Texas will first need to have its own Civil War before it is ready to secede…or perhaps this will happen AFTER Texas leaves the USA?

  3. History is always written from one perspective or another;

    The British called it rebellion hundreds of years ago.

    A good example of history being relative to the eye of the beholder is the War of 1812.

    Americans say it was a war to liberate themselves from the oppressive naval blockades which the hegemonious British had imposed on the USA. After enduring oppressive blockades on the high seas, America fought back, and defeated the Canadian Brits and put an end to the oppression.

    Canadians say the Americans were aggressive expansionists who were trying to spread anti-monarchy revolutions and take over their peaceful country. Thye say that the British set up a naval blockade around the USA because the Americans were helping out Napoleon’s Revolutionary French advance across Europe, and that this naval blockade was needed to prevent Napoleon from succeeding in invading the entire continent. The Americans wanted to take over North America while France took over Europe, and that way, there would be a mega Franco-American Revolutionary Empire across both continents. The Canadians claim that the Natives, English and French Canadians valiently defended Canada from the American invasion, keeping the blockade in effect to prevent the USA from helping Napoleon take over Europe, and eventually defeated the American advance, even though the Americans outnumbered the Canadians (Brits/Natives/French).

    History is a funny thing. Here is how the Canadian Government sees history.
    http://1812.gc.ca/eng/1305742856762/1305742918909
    http://1812.gc.ca/eng/1340029830796/1340032636942

               

    • I’ve read the beginning of it and it seems that the Americans wanted to take over the Upper Canada and the west coast of it. They probably weren’t interested to the Lower Canada because maybe they felt bad that the French Canadians were suffering from the British.

  4. In war the advantage of being the winner is you get to write the history books.  Multitude of historical events for liberal educators to choose from, funny they would choose the Tea Party and attempt to demonize the patriots who participated in the original Tea Party.

  5. History is written by liars. 

  6. Before we know it, the Elites will have taken over the Country and all the kids brainwashed unless this Country wakes up.

    • Not all the kids are brainwashed. It’s actually most of the kids who are brainwashed by the mainstream medias. I am an example of the few kids who aren’t brainwashed. :D

  7. Battle at Little Bighorn: Not real Indians!  They turned out to be “Natives.”

  8. I do not think they have their facts straight.  The original tea partiers were criminals in what they did by destroying someone elses property was in response to the tax levied upon the tea.  Terrorism is defined as: the use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, especially for political purposes.  There was no violence or threats.

     

  9. Sounds to me as if the good folks of Texas need to do some housecleaning in their Dept. of Misinformation… er, Indoctrination, er, Education.  Give me enough tries and I will get it right!  ;-)
    This entire line of BS should be throughly investigated, with the perps identified, fired, and black-balled from ever again teaching or administering in any school district in that state… hopefully, with loss of benefits, such as their retirement plan, as they are taking salary money under false pretenses… namely being “educators”.  A fine example needs to be made that clearly shows that this is not acceptable. 

  10. … on the brighter more fun side, here is a youtube video of a tug of war between a Canadian infantry soldier and an American soldier in Afghanistan.

    A bit of wholesome competition. I think the American is twice the size of the Canadian.

    Fun watch.
    Enjoy

           https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsPIzRsUtlE

  11. texas!
    the big state that belongs on the short bus.
    not the brightest bunch of people, those texans.
    good luck on the secession and all that, let me know how that works out for y’all, now.
     

    • -Texas is the world’s 13th largest economy
      -makes up 20% of U.S. exports and GDP
      -has created more jobs in last 10 years than ALL  the other states COMBINED
      -is the only state with it’s own independent power grid
      -contains the beginning points for 95% of the nations oil/gas lines and is sitting on one of the worlds largest oil and natural gas reserves
      -still has a vibrant and stable real estate market
      -has more fortune 500 companies than any other state
      -has the largest state guard with two of the nations largest military bases
      -large ports & international airports

      yes we can do just fine without the federal government telling us when to sneeze or wipe or asses. The civil war was fought over states rights and as per our agreement each state was sovereign and had the choice to leave. It was not our fault that the North demanded the UNION at any cost, forget slavery being the issue. 

  12. If I was an American, I would rather have terrorists in my country than the tyrant government. At least with terrorists, I can get rid of them with the help of the police. As for the tyrant government, the police will side up with him and will torture me because he has more power than the terrorists.

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