Skip to comments.Antichristian NEA apparently tries to suppress a story (vanity)
Posted on 04/07/2014 3:57:15 PM PDT by Faith Presses On
A couple of weeks ago, I happened to think of the NEA and went to their site. That was where I happened to learn officially what I'd already suspected for awhile, that the most segregated schools in America weren't in the South. This is the NEA headline giving me the official news: "The Most Segregated Schools are in the South, right? Wrong." When I clicked on the link, though, what I received instead of the story was "Page not found," (which still, to this point, anyone can see since all is still the same to this point). The other news stories listed with this one came up, but the answer to where the most segregated schools are is not to be found on the web site of this organization whose mission is producing high-quality education.
I easily found out from searching on the topic (including located a story here) that the most segregated schools of all in America are actually in my home state of New York, which again didn't surprise me. But the fact that the NEA seemed to suppress this story, the truth and importance of which can't be denied, and that it seems they and their NEA readers even felt justified enough about doing so to leave the evidence of this out in the open, seems to capture what the character of the Lord's Enemy and his followers is like, and how much truth really matters to them.
The Liberals created the policies and laws for building their government plantation society and it is in Liberal dominant states where its results are manifested most - greater “income gap” and greater “inequality” (more elites and lower income and smaller middle class), more “segregation”, more government, more government dependency - ending with more voters demanding more government to fulfill all the never quite fulfilled promises of the government plantation society managers.
It is strange. When I just googled the story I found a link that worked. But clicking on the link through the NEA home page doesn’t. Maybe they’ve cut down the traffic to the story by having it that way.