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TUESDAY, NOV 27, 2007  |  12 comments
Homeschoolers say Nazism revived by court ruling
A new court ruling categorizing homeschooling as "child welfare endangerment" contains "chilling" parallels to earlier decisions that in their time allowed German authorities to confiscate children from their parents if they were part of "fanatical Bible" groups, according to a homeschooling advocacy group.

Those earlier decisions, according to information being publicized by Netwerk Bildungsfreiheit, an organization that advocates for homeschoolers in Germany, were from the Nazi era.

As WND has reported, the newest court ruling not only found the basis for child endangerment in homeschooling, but also determined a local government was remiss in allowing a mother to take her two children to another country where homeschooling is legal. ...


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News Item12/1/07 10:56 PM
Vigilante  Find all comments by Vigilante
A vigilante is one who is vigilant.

Vig¬īi`lant
a. 1. Attentive to discover and avoid danger, or to provide for safety; wakeful; watchful; circumspect; wary. Websters 1913

"Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:" As recorded by Peter

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News Item12/1/07 10:27 PM
33k  Find all comments by 33k
Vigilante,

Personally I don't subscribe to the novel Regulative Principle of Government. However, I am intrigued in your choice of moniker given your views on this issue. Are you being deliberately ironic?

Cambridge Dictionary of American English
vigilante
noun [C]
a person who forces obedience to the law without legal authority to do so, or a member of a group that decides to force obedience to the law without official authority

Neil - thank you for your FYI's, always a source of pertinent information.

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News Item12/1/07 10:07 PM
Vigilante  Find all comments by Vigilante
Option 2:

Legal option: "Operate a home school under the religious exemption statute"

Notice: "File request to acknowledge religious exemption with the local school board chairman"

You still have to get Caesar's permission! The so-called exemption comes from the STATE and is not guaranteed.

God already gives the right to godly educate, but when running to Caesar seeking an exemption, you've just admitted you have no right, which is why you are requesting an exemption.

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News Item12/1/07 6:00 PM
Jhawk44  Find all comments by Jhawk44
Vigilante wrote:
According to:
http://www.hslda.org/laws/default.asp
Virginia falls into this category:
"States with moderate regulation: State requires parents to send notification, test scores, and/or professional evaluation of student progress."
Yes it does, IF you choose the wrong option.

Observe:

http://www.hslda.org/laws/default.asp?State=VA

Check out Option 2, which is what I claimed.

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News Item12/1/07 4:35 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I thought that Dr. Clark from Germany mentioned, if you can get enough children together you can have your own private school, and what is taught there is pretty much up to the people who run the school?

I don't think the people in Nebraska have many complaints on the freedom of home schooling -- I think.

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News Item12/1/07 8:18 AM
Rob | St Louis MO  Find all comments by Rob
Jhawk44

Britain has far more freedom for homeschoolers than anywhere in the US.

http://www.education-otherwise.org/Legal/SummLawEng&Wls.htm

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News Item11/28/07 11:36 PM
Vigilante  Find all comments by Vigilante
According to:

http://www.hslda.org/laws/default.asp

Virginia falls into this category:

"States with moderate regulation: State requires parents to send notification, test scores, and/or professional evaluation of student progress."

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News Item11/28/07 8:09 PM
Jhawk44  Find all comments by Jhawk44
Vigilante wrote:
Children can be violently snatched away right here in the US for any reason (but of course it'll always be a "well-intentioned" one - ha ha ha). See www.kidjacked.com
And, is homeschooling really allowed in the US? According to what is supposed to be the "law," most of the so-called states require notification to Caesar and regulation.
Move to Virginia if you want no rules for homeschooling. that's where I live.

As for kids getting snatched away here, yes they can, but you can take certain precautions to ensure they don't. Like not allowing social worker freaks in your door for instance.

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News Item11/28/07 2:53 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
If you have schooling like you have in the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints, you would want some state supervision. Remember if you give home-schooling to Christians you have to give it to Muslims, Mormons, Hindus, and Communists (and Nazis) also.

Ah, well, for you who are interested in home schooling in Nebraska,

http://www.nchea.org/

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News Item11/28/07 12:11 AM
Vigilante  Find all comments by Vigilante
Children can be violently snatched away right here in the US for any reason (but of course it'll always be a "well-intentioned" one - ha ha ha). See www.kidjacked.com

And, is homeschooling really allowed in the US? According to what is supposed to be the "law," most of the so-called states require notification to Caesar and regulation.

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News Item11/27/07 10:13 PM
Jhawk44  Find all comments by Jhawk44
A suggestion for the tiny amount of people trying to homeschool in Germany:

Get out of the EU and go to a country that lets you homeschool, like the US. Unless you want your kids violently snatched away that is.

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News Item11/27/07 7:51 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
FYI, Prussian "Volksschulen" were compulsory long before the Reich & the Bundesrepublik.

http://education.stateuniversity.com/pages/518/Germany-HISTORY-BACKGROUND.html

To be sure, Puritan Massachusetts beat them to it, with its "Old Deluder Satan" Law of 1647, with fines for non-complying towns.

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