Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The "Culture" of Public Schools

"Forced integration only exacerbates hostility between social groups. Allowing different groups to practice mutual self-segregation and sovereignty may be a partial way out of this predicament." - Keith Preston

Some years ago I was standing outside what was for all practical purposes a multicultural public school. Multicultural in the sense that anyone who could afford any of the cheap private church schools that existed on nearly every corner put their kids in them, leaving the Third Worlders and a few whites in the public schools.

As I stood there watching, I saw a very enlightening scene. A nearly obese, nearly hysterical female "teacher" was berating the mother of a boy who appeared to be about six years old. He was standing there stone-faced.

"I am very upset!" trembled the nearly obese, nearly hysterical liberal female "teacher," who was a PC totalitarian leftist but too dense to know it (and she certainly wouldn't believe it). It turned out the boy had told the teacher he did not want any black kids attending his birthday party at his school. The teacher was blaming the boy for his attitude, rather on than the real problem - the black kids.

I remember thinking, "How exactly does this retarded, incompetent teacher think that berating the mother in public, and in front of the boy, is going to fix the problem? What exactly is this boy learning from this?"

He's wasn't learning to submit and say nothing. I could see that in him, even at six. What he was learning was to dislike teachers, along with public schools, along with blacks. Smart move, incompetent hysterical female teacher!

That was the culture of that school.

For the matter, what is the culture of most public schools? To be bored, to sit in ranks and rolls, then to march when the bell rings - and to do that the entire day.

At least when I was in school we were allowed recess, the boys were allowed to draw battle scenes on the back of our papers (today you'd be arrested and sentenced to "therapy") and although school was pretty boring, I was able to endure it. Although when I got to high school all I did was party on the weekends - and boy did I have a blast - because we created our own weekend culture.

School is apparently worse today. Kids getting arrested for things we paid no attention to, such as biting a Pop-Tart in the shape of a pistol. If some kid had thought to do that we could have laughed.

I can remember making a pistol out of cardboard and tape and a rubber band, and shooting pieces of folded-up paper at my friends. No one gave it a second thought, although the teacher might have confiscated it from me - although I would have gotten it back at the end of the day and told to keep it at home.

What's the drop-put rate today? One-third? One quarter? More? And what are kids learning from the culture of school? To be bored? To dislike learning? To want to stay away from Third Worlders?

Several years ago I read an article about a Vietnam vet who decided to raise his daughter in a tent in a park. I understood why he did it. All he had to teach her is a set of encyclopedias and a Bible. When they were discovered the 12-year-old girl was described as "usually intelligent and knowledgeable." God know how she would have turned out if she had gone to public schools. Certainly not "usually intelligent and knowledgeable."

I have a friend who is a history buff. What he looked at his son's history textbook, he immediately visited the Board of Education and asked, Why is the section on World War II only about the Japanese internment camps, the "Holocaust," and the "contributions" of women and Hispanics? Do you not know the Scots-Irish won more medal than everyone else put together? Audie Murphy? Dick Bong?

The answer he received from the Ph.D? What? Who? My friend cursed him and told him to go fuck himself. He was asked to leave, for course.

Culture is always going to be tribal, and education is about its transmission to the young. So when you have multicultural schools, what is going to be transmitted? Gobbledygook, by those who have taken over the schools. They're attempting to brainwash your kids and impose their propaganda on them in the hope it'll sink into their brains and warp them for the rest of their lives.

What's happening - and is going to happen more - is that tribes are not going to mix together into some big happy miscegenated family. They are going to separate from each other and have their own land. And some will be on the bottom, and they will and try to bring down those on the top. Which is why you should take your kids out of the public schools, and why they should be closed down. They are beyond repair.

Actually, the schools pretend the problems don't exist - like difference between groups when it comes to intelligence, or they pretend what problems they admit just need more money. And as for educating kids into being curious, creative, bold and daring - forget it. Those traits are trying to be stomped out of existence.

Ask yourself this: what is the culture of the schools - and how is it shaping your kids? I don't think it's for good - not anymore.

“In our dream we have limitless resources, and the people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hand. The present educational conventions fade from our minds; and, unhampered by tradition, we work our own good will upon a grateful and responsive rural folk. We shall not try to make these people or any of their children into philosophers or men of learning or of science. We are not to raise up among them authors, orators, poets, or men of letters. We shall not search for embryo great artists, painters, musicians. Nor will we cherish even the humbler ambition to raise up from among them lawyers, doctors, preachers, statesmen, of whom we now have ample supply."​ - Rev. Frederick T. Gates

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If people who don't want to be together are forced to do so while their differences are being encouraged and exaserbated, how do they expect the students to react? It floors me that no one bothered to answer that question.