Parents are suing to put a stop to one insane school policy

Democrats are rapidly going off the deep end.

And their craziness is being pumped into the heads of children in schools at every level.

Now parents are suing to put a stop to one insane school policy.

California leads the nation in ludicrous far-left policies.

The state was the first to issue mandatory vaccination of all children under 12-years-old pending FDA approval.

But California is also feeding radical propaganda into young impressionable minds.

And parents are suing to stop government schools from requiring kids to chant to Aztec gods.

Believe it or not, it’s even crazier than it sounds.

Fox News reports:

“Three California parents are suing to prevent the state’s public school system from reciting prayers to Aztec deities that have been worshipped with human sacrifice – arguing that doing so violates the U.S. and state constitutions. The issue emerged earlier this year when researcher Chris Rufo reported on that particular aspect of the state’s ethnic studies curriculum. As Fox News previously noted, the curriculum suggests chants that invoke the deity Tezkatlipoka.”

This is on the verge of being adopted by 10,000 government schools in the state of California.

It’s no wonder California is near the bottom in government education.

Fox News continued:

“Tezkatlipoka is an Aztec god that was honored with human sacrifices. According to the World History Encyclopedia, an impersonator of Tezkatlipoka would be sacrificed with his heart removed to honor the deity. In Aztec mythology, Tezkatlipoka is the brother of Quetzalcoatl, Huitzilopochtli and Xipe Totec – all of whom appear to be invoked in the chant.”

The Aztec chanting is even more nefarious than it sounds.

Journalist Christopher Rufo, who has been at the forefront of exposing the neo-Marxist philosophy of Critical Race Theory, uncovered the origins of the curriculum.

According to Rufo, the ethnic studies activist who influenced the curriculum is a far-left radical named R. Tolteka Cuauhtin who believes that the chant represents a way to lash out at the Christian God.

Rufo wrote for City Journal:

“The chants have a clear implication: the displacement of the Christian god, which is said to be an extension of white supremacist oppression, and the restoration of the indigenous gods to their rightful place in the social justice cosmology. It is, in a philosophical sense, a revenge of the gods.”

Parents need to get their children out of government schools immediately if at all possible.

There’s a reason homeschooling is booming.

Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.

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