Posted originally on the conservative tree house on February 4, 2023 | Sundance
Let me be very clear, having investigated the Miami-Dade and Broward County school system for over a decade, this is not surprising.
Following the path of Trayvon Martin and the weird school discipline program he was a part of, I ended up spending a lot of time deep in the research of these school systems. Things are not what they appear.
The recent video of a 9-year-old Latina student and her brother being beaten mercilessly by older black students on a school bus is not an isolated incident.
[New York Post] – […] In a statement, the Miami-Dade Schools Police said the offenders have been arrested.
“The safety and wellbeing of our students are of the utmost importance,” it read. “This school district goes to great lengths to promote the values of restraint and respect as well as using social media responsibly. We ask that parents reinforce these principles at home.”
Note, that in all reporting you will find the “Miami-Dade School Police Department” (MDSPD) are involved… NOT, I repeat NOT, the Miami-Dade Police Department. The MDSPD are the gatekeepers for what Miami-Dade and Broward County schools call the ‘Promise Program.’ The MDSPD essentially act like prison wardens to keep violent thugs inside the school system away from regular police units.
In an education system set up by former School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, a totally separate law enforcement system was put into place for the schools. Any student engaged in criminal conduct was diverted away from the criminal justice system and into a system where MDSPD would handle all criminal activity by students.
The MDSPD turned the intent of the ‘Promise Program’ into a gladiator academy. The program was so poorly thought out, and the unintended consequences so brutally ignored, this was always going to be the outcome.
They are now more than ten years into this system, and there is no possibility of reforming it. Students entering into Miami-Dade and Broward County Schools are cannon fodder for a culturally Marxist, politically correct, social justice, education/political system.
By keeping students out of the criminal justice system, the MDSPD are now essentially groomers with badges assisting and coordinating with violent street gangs and organized crime. Add in the systemic elements of Black -vs- Latino racism, and what you end up with is an entire school system structured like a prison ward with internal gangs and factions of criminal activity inside the schools.
The old concept of sending a child to school to learn math, reading, history, writing and composition skills is totally removed from what remains. Inside the campus buildings housing the “promise” predators and “student” prey, you will find a structurally deficient education system that is more akin to a regional prison system. Outside that system are what you would customarily think of as law and order (police and courts).
However, inside that system is a self-contained gladiator academy mostly abandoned by teachers who focused on education (they left to survive), and the school faculties and administration are now wardens of the social justice system. The wardens (former school principals) and the prison guards (MDSPD), just try to maintain the image of something parents might be familiar with. Yet, it is all just a ruse.
This is not an exception.
Everyone will deny this is happening.
Everyone will deny what I have described above is not what is going on. The stakeholders in the system run from the individual school administrators, the police, the school boards, the local media, all the way up to the Florida Dept of Education and the Florida Governor’s office. All of them will deny the systemic nature of the corrupt and brutal system that exists in both Broward and Miami-Dade counties; however, all the denial in the world doesn’t change the reality.
The Miami Dade School Police Department is a false front. The MDSPD are positioned like the greeters at the Walmart entrance, intended to give the illusion of customer service upon entry to the store, because you won’t find another employee to assist during your visit.
Behind the MDSPD false front is a system of gladiator training under the auspices of “education.” Within this system, apex predator students are groomed and protected by MDSPD to be career criminals. Parents who send younger or weaker students into the system are providing the in-house victims for the gladiators to train on. That is the reality, the non-pretending reality.
If the Miami-Dade School Board wanted to change things (they don’t), they would first need to: (1) build much bigger prisons; (2) disband the MDSPD and instead expand the regular Miami-Dade police department to cover the school district; (3) pull the predators out of the schools; (4) fire the entire school administration and faculty guards of the housing units for the predators; (5) let them all reapply and go through intensive pre-screening for re-employment; (6) hire principals and teachers to replace the “administrators” and “educators.”
If the state of Florida was to conduct a sting operation and put undercover state agents inside the Broward and Miami-Dade school system (acting like students and teachers), Floridians would be stunned at the findings. However, the results of that investigation would never be permitted to reach the public. They would bury it….
It’s worse than I just described….. Way worse…
… And I have the receipts.