Well, now 17, Krohn is admitting to Politico he’s become a liberal and dismissing his former views as childish parroting of views he grew up hearing.
“He likes gay marriage and Obamacare. He’s going to New York University in the fall,” The Atlantic reports. “He name drops German philosophers.”
And sure enough.
“I think it was naive,” Krohn told Politico of the speech. “It’s a 13-year-old kid saying stuff that he had heard for a long time.… I live in Georgia. We’re inundated with conservative talk in Georgia.… The speech was something that a 13-year-old does. You haven’t formed all your opinions. You’re really defeating yourself if you think you have all of your ideas in your head when you were 12 or 13. It’s impossible. You haven’t done enough.”
And the goal of Wilson:
“I should like to make the young gentlemen of the rising generations as unlike their fathers as possible.”
–Woodrow Wilson, What Is Progress?
And of John Dewey, the father of the modern American Public School System. He started kindergarten so he could “shape the apples before they fell from the tree.”
And, if you have read my post, Progressive=Communist: Connecting the Dots, then you will understand that Wilson and Dewey can be traced back to these men, as well:
“Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.“
“The education of all children, from the moment that they can get along without a mother’s care, shall be in state institutions at state expense.’
In this story, we can clearly see how effective our public schools have become at indoctrinating our children: they even succeeded in pulling this child away from his own parents.