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Feds push students to promote Obamacare to their families

Tuesday, August 06, 2013 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
Tags: Obamacare, institutionalization, public schools

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(NaturalNews) The federal government has apparently allocated tens of millions of taxpayer dollars to train public school and college students in California how to indoctrinate their friends and family into accepting Obamacare, indicate shocking new reports. Federal funding to the tune of $43 million, in fact, is being used right now in California to train an army of student soldiers how to basically sell Obamacare to their loved ones under the guise of education and awareness outreach programs.

As reported by CNSnews.com, roughly $37 million, or 86 percent, of this federal grant has been set aside specifically for so-called "outreach calls" and "adult-student class presentations," both of which are designed to increase compliance with upcoming Obamacare mandates. The first state to have set up an Obamacare insurance exchange program, California is basically a testing ground for the sick care scheme's full implementation nationwide, and the Feds are working overtime to see that it launches according to plan.

"2,500 juniors and seniors, all volunteers, will be trained to share information about Covered California Health Plans with relatives and neighbors that are part of the population eligible to enroll," explained Larry Hicks, Officer of the so-called "Covered California" insurance exchange program, to CNSnews.com about how the federal grant money will be used.

"The goal of the grant program is to increase awareness about the new benefits, to educate targeted audiences about the subsidy programs available to them and to motivate consumers and small businesses to be part of obtaining health insurance," adds a separate announcement released by Covered California.

Struggling LAUSD students to be taught about Obamacare rather than how to read, write

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), which is recognized as the largest public school system in the U.S., will receive nearly $1 million in grant money to produce "teens trained to be messengers to family members" about Obamacare, while the University of California college system, the private University of Southern California (USC), and various others will receive their own portions of the grant for similar programs.

Ultimately, the plan is to use Californian students as pawns to bring about the full execution of Obamacare. Practically speaking, millions of American taxpayers opposed to Obamacare are funding this new propaganda campaign through their compliance with the "voluntary" federal income tax, which is ironically being turned right back around them and used as a platform for Obamacare indoctrination.

"Teens are part of a 'pilot' program to test whether young people can be trained as messengers to deliver outreach and limited education to family and friends in and around their homes," admits LAUSD spokesman Gayle Pollard-Terry, as quoted by The American Spectator. "Teens will be educating adults that they already know (e.g., family or friends) and not other adults."

Beyond the student-driven aspect of the program, some of the funding will reportedly also be used to train public school staff how to call the parents and guardians of students and urge their enrollment in the Affordable Care Act scheme. According to Investors.com, a portion of class instructional time will also be diverted each day at LAUSD schools to teach students about Obamacare.

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