….Miseducation of a targeted population plays an essential component in maintaining dominance… the Bantu Education Act was to ensure that blacks would have only just enough education to work as unskilled laborers….”
FROM THE TAMPA BAY TIMES
NOVEMBER 22, 2020
BY NEIL BEDI ANDKATHLEEN MCGRORY
*CONTRIBUTION BY NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS
The Pasco Sheriff’s Office keeps a secret list of kids it thinks could “fall into a life of crime” based on factors like whether they’ve been abused or gotten a D or an F in school, according to the agency’s internal intelligence manual.
The Sheriff’s Office assembles the list by combining the rosters for most middle and high schools in the county with records so sensitive, they’re protected by state and federal law.
School district data shows which children are struggling academically, miss too many classes or are sent to the office for discipline. Records from the state Department of Children and Families flag kids who have witnessed household violence or experienced it themselves.
According to the manual, any one of those factors makes a child more likely to become a criminal.
Four hundred and twenty kids are on the list, the Sheriff’s Office said.
The process largely plays out in secret. The Sheriff’s Office doesn’t tell the kids or their parents about the designation. In an interview, schools superintendent Kurt Browning said he was unaware the Sheriff’s Office was using school data to identify kids who might become criminals. So were the principals of two high schools.
The Department of Children and Families didn’t answer when asked if it knew its data was being fed into such a system.
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Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco Times file
Sheriff Chris Nocco declined requests to be interviewed, and his agency did not make anyone from its intelligence-led policing or school resource divisions available for comment.
In a series of written statements, the Sheriff’s Office said the list is used only to help the deputies assigned to middle and high schools offer “mentorship” and “resources” to students.
Asked for specifics, it pointed to one program where school resource officers take children fishing and another where they give clothes to kids in need.
Pasco’s sheriff uses grades and abuse histories to label schoolchildren potential criminals.
The kids and their parents don’t know they are targeted | A Times investigation
* THE IMPORTANCE OF MISEDUCATION AND MAINTAINING IGNORANCE
The miseducation of a targeted population plays an essential component in maintaining dominance. Moreover, despite the fact, “we have overcome” the dragon-colonialism legacy of “Jim Crow and Apartheid in both the United States and South Africa, we continue to observe the residuals effects of these practices on children struggling academically.
*HENDRIK FRENSCH VERWOERD PRIME MINISTER UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA
Among the laws which were drawn and enacted during Hendrik Verwoerd’s time as the Minister for Native Affairs were the Population Registration Act and the Group Areas Act in 1950, the Pass Laws Act of 1952, and the Reservation of Separate Amenities Act of 1953.
Verwoerd wrote the Bantu Education Act, which was to have a deleterious effect on the ability of black South Africans to be educated as Verwoerd himself noted:
that the purpose of the Bantu Education Act was to ensure that blacks would have only just enough education to work as unskilled laborers.
THE BANTU EDUCATION ACT
The Bantu Education Act ensured that black South Africans had only the barest minimum of education, thus entrenching the role of blacks in the apartheid economy as a cheap source of unskilled labor. In June 1954, Verwoerd in a speech stated:
“The Bantu must be guided to serve his own community in all respects. There is no place for him in the European community above the level of certain forms of labor. Within his own community, however, all doors are open.”
see below link to THE article in Tampa Times November 22, 2020
ALSO SEE BELOW LINK TO CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 29, 1990
JAILS, PRISONS, AND DRUGS: THE TARGETING OF YOUNG BLACK MALES
“The US ‘War on Drugs’ has had a profound role in reinforcing racial hierarchies. Although Black Americans are no more likely than Whites to use illicit drugs, they are 6–10 times more likely to be incarcerated for drug offenses. Meanwhile, a very different system for responding to the drug use of Whites has emerged.” (2)
JOHN CONYERS (D) DETROIT, CHAIRMAN GOVERNMENT OPERATION COMMITTEE 1990
During the 1990 Congressional Black Caucus Weekend, a discussion lead by Professor Dr. Ron Daniels. The panel discussed the question of crime and drugs in relation to young black men. Topics discussed included the amount of money spent on law enforcement versus crime prevention and does race influences the death penalty. See link below Chairman John Conyers (D) Detroit, “Jail, Prisons, and Drugs: The Targeting Young Black Males,” Omnibus Crime Bill, 1990.
THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS, CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY, THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE ON HOMELAND SECURITY, CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS MUST BEGIN INVESTIGATIONS OF THE CORRUPTION WITHIN THE THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DRUG ENFORCEMENT (DEA) IMMEDIATELY
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