The German education gestapo still might get its hooks into this Christian family. The homeschooling family left Germany in 2008 and sought asylum from persecution in New Zealand which has now denied their request. If deported to Germany their children might be removed from their home.
Thank goodness we haven’t reached this stage in America (yet!). But, Bill Ayers and his comrades are working on it, here.
From Radio New Zealand:
Gerno and Andrea Schöneich claimed that the teaching of their four children about Darwinism, neo-Marxist critical theory and sex education in school was in conflict with their Christian beliefs.
The children have been homeschooled since arriving in New Zealand in 2008 and since applying for asylum Mr Schöneich has gained a work visa to teach at a Christian school.
The Immigration and Protection Tribunal said there is no international right to homeschooling and the family was not being persecuted.
It said education includes the elimination of ignorance and the improvement of access to scientific and technical knowledge.
The tribunal said there is no international right to homeschooling and the prosecution the family faced for keeping their children away from school did not amount to persecution.
Home Education Foundation national director Barbara Smith says the family could be deported if Mr Schöneich’s work visa is not renewed, and they would then be under threat in Germany of being fined, jailed or having their children removed.
We’ve learned from long experience elsewhere that whites trying to get out of South Africa or Christians seeking protection for their beliefs don’t get the same treatment as “refugees” of the politically-correct sort do.