Schools Shocking Alliance with the Military to Muzzle a Mom
The North Hanover Saga Continues
In December, Chaos and Control uncovered a nefarious partnership between the military and North Hanover police, with a sinister goal of silencing a mother who spoke out on Facebook about the obscene posters displayed in her district's Upper Elementary School.
Further investigation in February uncovered a disturbing truth - this was not simply the actions of one rogue military personnel and police chief, but rather a concerted effort orchestrated by a consortium of powerful organizations. The United States Army, Air Force, Department of Homeland Security, the New Jersey State Police, and the County Prosecutor's office were all complicit in this reprehensible attempt to intimidate and silence a mother.
Just when you thought this story couldn't get any more shocking, new Open Public Records Act (“OPRA”) documents shed light on its dark origins. The conspiracy to silence the mom and then school board member was kickstarted by a tax-funded No Place for Hate parent committee at the Northern Burlington Regional School District. This supposed unity-building committee has devolved into a tool for discrimination and censorship.
The No Place for Dissenters
Over 60 pages of emails have shed light on a disturbing culture of bullying among a group of staff and parents, including the Parent Teacher Student Connection president, Janice Sarcomo, Chesterfield School Board President and attorney Christina Hoggan, and the notorious Army Maj. Chris Schilling. Even more concerning is the apparent complicity of the high school principal, Sally Lopez, Burlington County Tax Board Commissioner Andrea Katz, and school board member Radiah Gamble, who were copied on all the emails yet failed to intervene or distance themselves, suggesting their implicit approval of the unacceptable behavior.
The Plot and Conspiracy
The emails paint a disturbing picture of a group conspiring to take down a mother and board member with whom they disagreed, vowing to persist until her so-called "dangerous actions" were stopped.
These spin doctors crafted talking points and lists, plotting the downfall of the mom while flaunting their moral and intellectual superiority with no self-awareness.
It's unbelievable they can't see the irony: their actions and words directly contradict the very purpose of the program they purport to uphold - "No Place for Hate." It's a jaw-dropping display of hypocrisy, yet somehow, not surprising.
These chosen few delusionally see themselves as the voice of the masses, dictating what's fit for young minds to absorb. They have crowned themselves as the education overlords, disregarding the intricate diversity of thoughts and views on the subject.
The real terror is the baseless labeling of supporters of age-appropriate material in elementary schools as "threatening to the school and community."
And the cherry on top of this absurdity, Chris Schilling unleashes the ultimate weapon - the United States Military Commander. Because, when you have a disagreement over what 6 and 7-year-olds should learn, who wouldn't call in the troops? It's a laugh-out-loud and over-the-top display of excess, yet somehow, perfectly in line with the antics in New Jersey.
Beware, if your school or district has an anti-hate or DEI committee, you may be their next target. So, keep your wits about you and watch your back, because the "No Place for Hate" committee might be coming for you.
We'll be discussing this on this afternoon's News Rodeo. I've been keeping an eye on this from the beginning (with a short lapse that MG thankfully corrected). This is only the tip of the iceberg, folks. This is happening to the nth degree all over this country.
PS: excellent formatting, MG! Good use of fonts, colors, etc, to keep things eye-catching w/o being over the top. Job well done.
Outstanding work MG; this is the most important story of the many you have exposed. I respectfully disagree with the commenter advocating moving, for many reasons but the most salient is, there isn't anywhere to go that has not been infected with the same ideological mind virus. A slightly less radical but strong course is to boycott the public schools wherever this corruption is exposed (and to repeat, its everywhere). Seriously, no students = no money; the game stops if we refuse to play. Many practical issues with keeping your kids home, I know, but the resources for home/pod schooling are extensive and the number of people doing has increased exponentially in the last 3 years. The public school system must be reformed from the ground up or abandoned.