We can't hammer this point home enough: America's public schools aren't making the grade. While they're busy teaching the children about useless things like math and science, they refuse to introduce Batgirl's wonders into the classroom.
Is it any wonder that this nation has lost its way? Anime, Harry Potter, Stargate Atlantis, and Marvel Comics are allowed run ramped while the Truth found inside the pages DC Comics are forbidden by our secular school boards and activist liberal judges. Can anyone really blame our children for not knowing right from wrong?
Well, we have two more beefs to add to the list.
1) In history class, why aren't the children learning about the DC Holy Crusades against the Marvelites when they occupied Gotham City and began replacing Batman's symbols with those of Spiderman and the (not-so) Fantastic Four. Are they afraid that they might make that darling of the liberal media, the Incredible Hulk, into some kind of monster? Probably.
2) So we have "history" class (which is faulty at best). Why is there no Future History Class? We already know what is going to happen. After WWIII wipes out most of humanity, the Vulcans are going to land in Montana and save us from ourselves. The Star Trek scriptures tell us that this will happen, yet kids are graduating from high school with little or no knowledge of what lies ahead.
When one looks at our schools, it's as though we want our children thinking for themselves and making the most of their lives without any gods, Heroes or Starfleet Officers. If history has taught us anything, it's that free thought and individual will are bad for a nation's safety and security. We need to take back to the basics which are grounded in DC Comics and the vision of a United Federation of Planets.
If free thinkers are allowed to develop then there will be no devastating third world war; hence no Starfleet headquarters in San Fransisco. If continue to ignore Batman's teachings then he will turn His back on us. And without Starfleet and Batman, there can be no peace.
Public Schools, Secular Humanism, Liberal Activist Judges