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Strange Indoctrination

April 24, 2017

We don’t need no (this type of) education
We don’t need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom

Teachers, leave them kids alone
Hey, Teachers, leave those kids alone

All in all its just another brick in the wall
All in all you’re just another brick in the wall

Pink Floyd

Schools

We know that they are inherently flawed, yet our delusional consonant thinking appears to be of pseudo hope that a child, any child is going to have all ideal teachers, not bully or get bullied, study hard and get good grades.

To what end, being a “productive” member of society.  Trained deeply, not so much to respect authority but to kowtow to its ingrained hierarchy via repetition and socially set conformity.

“This” happened “this” way, because “this” book printed by “the” “state”, says so.

How about an intuitive institution that guides children, to get in touch with their essence, to know their nature and personal power of being one with all and all with one.

Oh yeah, there’s no “profit” in that.

Bullying in schools.

Conflict resolution seems to only come in the form of a bogus authority figure whose only power comes from being older and taller.

To which the imperial power is bestowed upon the teacher via the collective agreement that your tax dollars authorize a stranger to do their perception of the state’s “guidelines” in the molding of your precious offspring.

Besides anti-bullying is pure rhetoric from the top down as what else would you call it when not only is fear and violence threatened,  it is used to intimidate and control to get the outcome it wants.

Dressed up in moral disguise as protecting the masses while harming the masses. Protection lies, as protection lies.

Oh yeah, there’s no “profit” in that.

Hmmm, I wish I knew how this *hit flows out of my fingers without the wisdom to know it should be left on the digital cutting room floor.

It’s probably good I’m not a “teacher”.

While I might teach that two plus two equals four, I’d wait to have them explain why.  While engaging with a flower that is in the process of opening and blooming.

Have them contemplate what and why, that math phrase or stated “historical” “fact” has anything to do with it.

“We are the proud parents of a child who has resisted his teacher’s attempts to break his spirit and bend him to the will of his corporate masters”

George Carlin

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