Google, parent company of You Tube, is trying to ban alternate news media InfoWars.com and PrisonPlanet.com for--well, telling the truth. But some videos like the one cited seem to have been re-instated, or sneaked back in.
Here's an interesting video still up on You Tube. Or catch it on
Teacher Bans Pencils from Class, Cited Potential 'Weapon Making' - Alex Jones Tv
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Alex also does his take on the ban of plastic butter knives, hugs, toy guns, drawing dad holding a gun in his line of work (policeman,
soldier)--and Alex has a few words to say about real guns and what a few scrawny kids can do to overtake a guy the size of a burly linebacker who comes in these days to shoot up schools--but who wouldn't be there in the first place if everybody brought their real guns to school like we used to 40 years ago....
It's a good watch, me thinks. So are some of the associated Alex Jones videos exposing truth and espousing liberty.
>From Logistics Monster:
AYFKM? Award: Teacher, Wendy Scott, Banning Pencils
Written on November 30, 2010 by DiamondTiger in AYFKM? (Are You Freakin'
Kidding Me?), Progressives, Stupidity
Nope, the public school education system is not completely FUBAR; now is
it moos? Another prime example of the brainwashing of the baby moos to be
afraid of an invisible enemy instead of looking at the real perpetrators,
(Note: I just realized what FUBAR stands for, but I still don't know what
"moos" are and haven't been able to find a satisfactory answer. Enlighten
>From Logistics Monster:
Teacher Bans Pencils From Class; Cited Potential “Weapon Making”
In another example of children being considered potential terrorists, a
Massachusetts teacher sent home a note to each parent of her sixth-grade
class banning all pencils and pens from school including the student’s
person, backpack, and on the bus citing that they could be used in “weapon
The letter read: students would no longer be allowed to bring writing
implements to school. It said pencils would be provided for students in
class and any students caught with pencils or pens after Nov. 15 would
face disciplinary action for having materials “to build weapons.”
After receiving several calls from the media, the school district quickly
retracted the ban, stating that the teacher sent the notice on their own
authority without prior approval of the school board.
School: Pencil-banning memo not official
NORTH BROOKFIELD, Mass., Nov. 18 (UPI) — A Massachusetts school district
superintendent said a memo banning sixth graders from carrying pencils was
written without district approval.
North Brookfield School District interim Superintendent Gordon Noseworthy
said Wendy Scott, one of two sixth-grade teachers at North Brookfield
Elementary School, did not get approval from administrators before sending
the memo to all sixth-grade parents, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette
(Question: Did anybody discipline this babe, who sounds like an overzealous Marxist, who didn't have authority to instigate a non-school policy?)