Paragraph 7 (f) is real neat. Essentially calling on a propaganda push for peace and further down they call for “the development of such curriculum and make such curriculum available to local school districts to enable the use of peace education objectives at pre-kindergarten schools, elementary schools, and secondary schools in the United States.
I’m still combing through this proposal but there is so much fail in this bill I’m not quite sure where to start. Paragraph 4 would be a good place for you to start when you get some time. You can’t make this stuff up.”
No, but The Peace Alliance can. They’re behind this utopian (“Conflict is inevitable; violence is not”) vision of a U.S. Department of Peacebuilding. This is not the Bill’s first rodeo. The Bill was introduced during the 107th, 108th, 109th, 110th, 111th, and 112th Congresses. And here it is again. And . . . there it goes again. Still, it’s the thought that counts.