Get you kids out of state Marxist schools

by Lyndesy Symonds

For Geopolitics? Pretty much the required reading list for the traditional Catholic homeschool community grades 11 and 12. Foundations of Geopolitics – Aleksandr Dugin. 1997 and The Fourth Political Theory. 2009. Fr. Denis Fahey on the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ online sources: The works by Anatoliy Golditsyn: New Lies for Old. 1984 and The Perestroika Deception 1995. The Iron Curtain Over America by John Owen Beaty 1952. A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind and Inside the South African Reserve Bank – 2014 both by Stephen Mitford Goodson a former non-executive director.

For the websites that track the management of both the US and and Soviet Union by the Chabad Lubavitch: and the substacks on his messageboard and forum.


It is imperative that parents remove their children out of the schools of the communist state to prevent injections with medical experiments / bioweapons, castration and hardcore indoctrination with Marxist ideologies. Australia must have a physically robust intellectual elite who are strong in their Christian faith. And this elite must undertand the international politics of both the Revolution and the Counterrevolution. And they have to be willing to lay down their lives for the holy faith and their friends and pass the torch to the next generation.

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One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on September 22, 2022, in ABC, Agenda 2030, ALP, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Anthony Albanese, communism, Russia, United States and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Simeon Boikov, aka Aussie Cossack, will be interviewed live tonight at 8pm into the real, never before told story behind his ordeal.
    Follow @zeeemedia

    Simeon was released from prison early by the judge. I guess Simeon will tell us all his news tonight.

    Melbourne celebrates Aussie Cossack’s RELEASE from JAIL.


  2. And nothing says ‘cultural appropriation’ quite like another flag burning, another ‘Anti-Australia Day’ wa-wa and “Another Cheerleader Movie” from hollyjood. Thanks


  3. Never mind the librarian, nothing says Marxist Culture Wars and ‘Long March Through the School System’ quite like gender options and a

    Teacher [who] Says He’s a Seagull

    Did you get that bit about students ‘he’s lived with?’


  4. No one is being indoctrinated with Marxist ideologies. What is going on in the world is capitalism in action. As distressing as that is to our sensibilities.
    At essence capitalism is parasitical – it seeks monopoly. Which is exactly what is going on with the new world order and its protection racket the one world government.
    All the sideshows like Marxism, feminism, global warming, trans’ fats etc are steps in the process. And while we are distracted with that crap and blaming it on an aristocracy connected and heavily financed academic from the past Blackrock and Vanguard grow bigger, Big Pharma more sinister, and nation states, weaker.
    The universities and schools have put humanity well past the point of no return but that is no reason to let the perpetrators continue to laugh at us by falling for their every dummy pass.


  5. whetheryoulikeitornotthetruthisthetruth

    Too little too late! The damage is done, the young generation of today have already been brain washed. They stopped teaching history in school and instead have been indoctrinating kids for the past 2 decades? Why? As George Santayana rightly said “ Because those who do not learn history are bound to repeat it”. Now they can push their agenda without the young generation knowing the harsh ramifications.

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  6. From my experience it is not just the state schools. My kids go to Catholic school, and they may be some what better as they do at least teach christianity, Catholicism. However, I am well aware of the underhand, behind the back approach they use, not so much in primary but as my eldest just hit Year 7 this year, they are poles apart. How children go from innocent truthful inquisitive creatures to brainwashed, dopey, labelling, bullying teens has been remarkably apparent to me. Thankfully, whilst the high school is very uninformative, my daughter basically tells me all the goings on. The counselling service available (that children can use behind their parents back), all the aboriginal activities etc undertaken in addition to the constant welcome to country mostly aimed at those who identify as aboriginal (so not totally inclusive) and what is touched on in their assemblies (homophobia for one, supporting Ukraine for another). Not to mention the sex education she has been subjected to at merely 12 years of age which she chose to opt out of as on informing me she said she found it ‘disturbing’. From my view they ought stick to teaching reading writing and arithmetic. With the track record of the Catholic church, they have absolutely no right to provide any type of sexual education advice or counselling!!! And what is being taught about same-sex relationships being normal is against the Catholic ethos is it not? Gender transitioning also? Absolute bullshit they go on with (they barely teach) you are 100% correct LS. Most parents I would say don’t have a clue what their kids are being subjected to every day. There is never homework, convenient one might say.


  7. Hi Pat from Vic. We all know that liberals do not do ‘imperatives’. The context here is the traditional Catholic homeschooling community. Allow me to re-word my last paragraph for the liberals.

    “Parents have every right: ‘my child my choice’ to not remove their children out of the schools of the communist state to prevent injections with medical experiments / bioweapons, castration and hardcore indoctrination with Marxist ideologies. There are many options for parental consultation, involvement, influence and sustainable resolutions that will make everyone happy. She’ll be right mate. Let’s respect everyone’s choices. The school’s choice is that everyone learns about the importance of white privilege. Systemic racists who don’t want every ‘day is sorry day’ can always do something else during class time. The school’s choice is that children who are observed to be ‘differently gendered’ are enabled to come out and be psychologically / chemically / surgically transitioned. The parents may not know or understand the gender of their children. That’s OK. Here we let the Gender Counsellor make an assessment. The parents will be informed in accordance with the rights of the child ….Lots of choices.”

    How many children, do you think, are going to stand against this and assert their choices?


  8. Well, Pat from Vic: just do something yourself.
    You’ll find out some of what I have done on the Cafe Locked Out morning show tomorrow.
    Tune in at 9:00 am.


  9. Correct Lyndsay. The purpose of compulsory education ( indoctrination) in the first place wan never to eradicate ignorance.
    But to gradually via the processes outlined by Aristotle, the father of indoctrination, to “teach” the youth “what to think”.

    Never, never to teach them HOW to think.
    And to remove them from the real world practical experience gained over generations by their parents and elders.
    The smug, arrogant attitudes of, especially our University graduate class is all the evidence that these poor unfortunates have been Aristotle’d.


  10. Just an observation here – no intent to disparage the author, but…

    … whenever an article makes emphatic statements like –

    “Australia must have…”
    “And this elite must…”
    “And they have to…”

    … etc etc etc…

    All these imperatives come across as instructions, even commands, for the legions of readers presumed to be captivated by these literary gems.

    Unfortunately, in just about every case I’ve ever seen of such emphatic expositions – no-one does anything in response. Not a damn thing.


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