Could the reason be their love for them?
These two young people were forced by the state taking them into care to go for the first time in her life a public school. Previously, each one received home schooling at the private school community. In their own words, our youth describe some of their experiences.
The following is the transcript of the German speaking portion of this video.
Besorah: My name is Besorah Schott and I am 15 years old. I was born and raised in the Twelve Tribes Community of believers.1
“Then when I went to school in Deiningen it was extremely hard for me to find friends because everyone excluded me. I always tried to be friendly to them and make friends, but it somehow didn’t seem to help anything.
“It was totally wild in the classroom, brawling and chairs being thrown through the class room, and….,…it was like hell on earth for me to go to that school. I also got completely discriminated and just not treated normally. For this reason I don’t want to go there any more. I endured it for four months now, but now I have enough.
“Besides that I could not learn at all, I couldn’t concentrate when the children turn on their music and cell phone and are totally distracted. The teacher needs to scream across the room all the time because the children are not under control one bit but are totally wild.
“And then there are the sixteen/seventeen year old boys that only do nonsense (bosh) all the time and enact kindergarten and I want to learn and can’t concentrate… Also in my interim reference you could see very clearly that I was a good student and that I had a good education in the eight years I went to school in Klosterzimmern.
“I can only praise our private school, and would wish to go there again. My experience here in our private school was only good and I didn’t have to suffer under exclusion, discrimination, mocking, blaspheming…. I always wished and had the hope that our private school could be re-opened, but until now nothing has happened yet.”
Other parents do, too:
For similar reasons, other concerned devout parents do not send their children to school:
I think until German parents shall be fully responsible for their children’s education, there will be no real freedom in this country.
We appreciate the courage of the Wunderlich’s. They are asking an important question, if anyone is listening: “Does Germany want to be a free nation?”
- Besorah was seized in the 5 September 2013 Raid on Klosterzimmern, and released three months later. ↩
- In Germany, these rights are repeatedly described as inviolable in the Basic Law. Repeatedly, however, we have experienced the simple denial of stated Constitutional rights. The courts, the Jugendamt, and the state behind both have consistently acted in their treatment of us almost as though the Basic Law did not exist. Thus they can and they have violated the various and profound inviolable rights it enumerates. ↩