Combine the War on Terror with the War on Drugs to help create a docile and obedient future generation.
At Wolcott High School one morning this week, an urgent announcement crackled over the intercom: a threatening intruder was in the building and students were told to immediately take refuge in classrooms.
Doors were locked and police, with dogs, moved in. Students stayed huddled in classrooms where they were told to stay away from the windows.
But what sounded like a frightening situation was just a search for narcotics. Drug-sniffing dogs combed the school while students stayed in locked classrooms, believing that an attacker was roaming the halls.
The schools, of course, just want to terrify the students in a positive way…
[Superintendent of Schools Joseph McCary:] “We are providing a safe and secure nurturing environment.”
No drugs were found.
But that wasn’t what it was about, was it?