Rhode Island Teachers’ Union Sues Mom for Trying to Find Out What They’re Teaching Her Kid

Believing you have a right to know what your kids are being taught is pure fascism, and a crime against our brave educators.

The delusion stems from the belief that your kids belong to you. They don’t. They are free individuals.

New York Post:

State and local branches of the National Education Association (NEA) filed a lawsuit this week against a Rhode Island mom who initiated hundreds of public records requests seeking information about whether her daughter’s school curriculum included principles of critical race theory.

The National Education Association Rhode Island (NEARI) and NEA South Kingstown (NEASK) filed an initial complaint Monday against local school officials, as well as parent Nicole Solas and a defendant identified only as John Doe Hartman.

Solas, of Wakefield, told WJAR she submitted more than 200 requests for information after the principal of her child’s elementary school told her they did not refer to students as “boys” and “girls,” preferring to use gender-inclusive pronouns.

That led Solas to initially request a copy of the curriculum. She later broadened her requests to include emails involving the then-school superintendent, teachers and union officials. One of the requests included a question of “what qualifications” a music teacher had “to talk about race and equality with choir students”.

The lawsuit filed Monday in Bristol County Superior Court requests that a judge block the release of “non-public records” and implement “a balancing test that properly assesses the public interest in the records at issue measured against the teacher’s individual privacy rights.”

“Given the circumstances of the requests,” the lawsuit states, “it is likely that any teachers who are identifiable and have engaged in discussions about things like critical race theory will then be the subject of teacher harassment by national conservative groups opposed to critical race theory.”

Solas fired back Thursday, telling Fox News: “You cannot be employed by the state and also demand immunity from public scrutiny. That’s not how open government works in America. Academic transparency is not a collective bargaining negotiation. It’s a parental right.”

Also Thursday, Solas tweeted that the unions had filed for a temporary restraining order to prevent the school committee from responding to her records requests while the lawsuit is being adjudicated. A day earlier, she confirmed that she had been served with the initial lawsuit.

“Throwing down the gauntlet, are we? Game on,” she tweeted.

In June, the South Kingstown School Committee considered filing their own lawsuit against Solas over her requests, but ultimately decided not to pursue it. Now, they are named as co-defendants with Solas in the teachers’ union suit.

We should have known that whites would fight back virulently against the brave program of the teachers’ union to throw off the yoke of white supremacy.

Thousands of years of white oppression and dominance is finally coming to an end, and the whites see their power waning, as people of color begin to seize the reins of power.

If parents are allowed to influence what their children are taught, then the whites will no doubt also take issue with the homosexual supremacy program, which righteously teaches gay anal rimming to 4-year-olds.

First, these whites will say they don’t want their toddlers to learn about anal rimming, then they’ll be denying evolution.

We have to stop it in its tracks, and gain back control of the children.

We have learned a lot from Murray Rothbard, and in fact, anarcho-capitalism is at the core of our society. Anarcho-capitalism is our values, and it is who we are – that’s why both Democrats and Republicans agree that private companies can do anything to anyone.

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However, big papa Rothbard, the Founding Father of modern America, was wrong about children.

Children are not the property of the parents – they are the natural property of the state.

Those are the values that made America great.

That is our democracy.

It’s who we are.