As Meeker, WakeUp Wake County, the Wake County Public School System and others continue to impose transit and diversity agendas upon Wake County citizens, we can only wish that a Raleigh City Council resolution in support of diverse schools was the only thing.
Nicely tucked into Raleigh's Comprehensive Plan is a plan for Raleigh, in conjunction with the Wake County Public School System, to socially engineer Raleigh neighborhoods to "reduce the need for busing."
"The need for busing."
Could Mitch Silver and his illuminati buddies at Raleigh "central" Planning tell us what "need" there is for "busing?" Do tell. What "need" is there to force a poor child to get up excessively early to get on a bus to drive across the county to go to school?
Birds are chirping. Please tell us.
You can read our previous post about it here.
While there might be other legitimate reasons to locating affordable and other types of housing throughout Raleigh, this whole proposal reeks of 1960s nonsense.
1. There is no need for busing. None. Nobody can produce a shred of evidence that all this outrageous nonsense even works - at a time when it saddles Wake County taxpayers with huge costs and disrupts the lives of parents and their children. The Wake County Public School System refuses to study the issue. Refuses.
2. Once again - Raleigh has no business in this. Councilman Isley is apparently the only person who understands this.