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    Should Your Kids Know How to Bug Out…from School? / By Daisy Luther / March 16, 2014

    There are many alarming trends throughout the American public school system, and one of the most unsettling relates to “terror drills.”

    Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars wrote last week about “lockdown drills” run by the DHS:

    The Department of Homeland Security is expanding its operations by running unannounced school lockdown drills, another sign of the federal agency’s encroachment into more areas of Americans’ lives.

    “On Thursday, March 6, a team comprised of ten officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, and the NJ Department of Education’s Safety and Security Task Forces visited Glen Ridge High School to conduct an unannounced school lock-down drill,” reports Georgette Gilmore…

    While authorities justify school lockdown drills as necessary exercises to prepare for potential school shootings, the likelihood of one happening is miniscule. Critics have pointed to the fact that the drills achieve little else than traumatizing school children.

    Some have also argued that teaching kids to “shelter in place” rather than evacuate the scene of a shooting is bad advice because it is likely to lead to more casualties. The process of having children submit to armed masked men during school lockdown drills is also contradictory in that it teaches them to behave exactly the same way towards an actual gunman.(source)
    But a quick drill with guns pointed at children is not even the worst of the drills being performed. Another type of drill began occurring in 2012. These are called “evacuation drills” or “relocation drills” and the kids are put on a bus and taken to a location that is not disclosed to parents. Michael Snyder wrote:

    All over the United States, school children are being taken out of their classrooms, put on buses and sent to “alternate locations” during terror drills…In the years since 9/11 and the Columbine school shootings, there has been a concerted effort to make school emergency drills much more “realistic” and much more intense. Unfortunately, the fact that many of these drills are deeply traumatizing many children does not seem to bother too many people. Do we really need to have “active shooter” drills where men point guns at our kids and fire blanks at them? Do we really need to have “relocation drills” where kids are rapidly herded on to buses and told that they must surrender their cell phones because they will not be allowed to call anyone? (source)

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    this is a bit disturbing ...

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    Staying put in a real "active shooter" situation is about the worst thing you can do. A lot of people that hid under desks or in closets died when the shooter simply walked up and blew them away.

    Tell your kid to give the school and DHS the finger and run like hell.
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    my kids home school..... & they are home defense trained... so they would definitely not be running.
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    I teach my children these simple rules:

    1. If you feel uncomfortable (as in VERY uncomfortable), leave. I will provide cover later.
    2. If you think you are in DANGER; leave, hide, escape, evade. Get home. Daddy or Uncles will be present.
    3. If you are caught in a BAD situation, retrieve your steel and bide your time. Put your steel where I taught you to....

    In case you are wondering, they all have "steel" in their backpacks. A simple two piece ice-pick like device and handle that snaps together and is very concealable. Only to be used in the worst case scenario. And yes, they know how.

    Imagine whirled peas

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