A 16-year-old high school student whose parents sent him into the tax-funded school system got a visit from the FBI. It seems he had raised the issue of the Illuminati with his high school government teacher.
The student reports that two FBI agents came to his home. His parents let them interview him. The agents raised the issue of the Illuminati with him. He reports: “They also asked me why I had talked to my teacher about the Illuminati. I told them it was just harmless talk about the 1776 Illuminati that formed from the enlightenment era. I said my teacher said they are/were terrorists and not to talk about them.” The teacher is better informed than most. So is the student.
The student assumes that the teacher must have discussed this with someone higher in authority in the school, who then contacted the FBI.
He had also produced this video for the class.
This is a good video. The teacher gave him an A+ on the project.
Here is the kicker. The FBI asked him to become an informant on Anonymous, the hacker organization. The student wisely declined.
“So that’s my story, a teen from the suburbs who was questioned by the FBI about a harmless free speech protected video I made for school. My record forever scarred with the truth that the FBI questioned me. When getting a job they will see that, when getting a passport they will see that, when going to college they will see that.”
Maybe as a minor, this can be kept out of his permanent files.
My conclusion: any conservative parent who sends his child into the public school system is making a mistake.