Thursday, September 15, 2011

Teach Them Young And You Have Fearful, Lifelong Slaves

Monthly Terror Drills Now Required By Law For Students Including Kindergarten And 1st Graders

"Kindergarten and 1st grade students are now required by law to participate in monthly terrorism drills, including active shooter, bomb threat and evacuation drills.

I recently received my 1st grade students back to school paperwork. Going through the packet I found a letter serving notification that my son is now required by law to participate in monthly anti-terrorism drills.

In fact, after doing more research, I learned that all New Jersey schools which provide services to children from Kindergarten and up are now required by law to participate in monthly drills.

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Schools must hold the drills at least twice a year, in addition to the twice a month fire drills the following:

Active shooter
Evacuation (non- fire)
Bomb threat
and Lockdown

On top of those drills, schools will be required to also hold other security drills, which include the following:

Reverse evacuation
Evacuation to relocation site
Testing of school’s notification system and procedures
Testing of school’s communication system and procedures
Tabletop exercise
and Full scale exercise

With a Full Scale Exercise defined by Law as:

Full Scale Exercise: This is a multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional activity involving actual deployment of resources in a coordinated response as if a real incident had occurred. This exercise tests many components of one or more capabilities within emergency response and recovery, and is typically used to assess plans, procedures and coordinated response under crisis conditions."

Since the false flag lollapalooza on 9/11 all this shit has nothing to do with safety and everything to do with conditioning.


Blogger ~~Silk said...

I'm from the era (the '50s) of bomb shelters and weekly "dive under your desk and put your head between your knees" bomb drills. Didn't warp me any.

School kids have more to fear from classmates with guns than any foreign terrorists, actually.

16/9/11 5:18 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

I'm from the duck and cover days too, Silk.
The way I see it is that it's two different agendas. Back then it was protection from an external threat and we were all in it together, while today the effort is to snoop and snitch on each other and treat everybody as a potential threat. Except of course, our government saviors.

18/9/11 7:43 AM  

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