In the past couple of days, I've been reflecting back on everything that has gone wrong with my life. Probably the single most common thread tying it all together besides the dreaded Terrorvision (aka TV,) is the infernal public school system. It is already known that the classroom is not conducive for the healthy development of males. My experiences from being in the public school system have left grievous scars on me. Most people only focus on the tripe they force feed White children today, but there are several other things that most people totally forget.
# 1. We always hear the worthless pundits in the national media whine about the problem with obesity in kids, while at the same time government schools are always keeping students couped up inside a building where they are just sitting down and listening to their teachers quote a bunch of drivel spoken by some freak who envisioned a world where there are no White people. In most every high school, they don't have anything that even remotely resembles a recess period. To top this off, they tend to be very bad at giving reems of homework assignments which keep kids too busy to go outside and be someone. This forces many to cram, cram, and cram some more just to lead a balanced life. I happened to be one of those poor kids when I was going. If you keep kids locked up inside classrooms, and give them reems of homework, why would you expect any different? Of course people are going to get fat! This is why I scoff at these "Get Out and Play an Hour A Day ads." I mean you have got to be freaking kidding me!
# 2. The food is HORRIBLE in most school cafeterias. Why don't they just feed them dog food!
# 3. The way material is taught. Aside from the fact that the information itself is low quality anyway, there are just too many reasons I could go into for my time and patience (and sanity) while writing this.
# 4. School environment is entirely too stratified. I realize that there was always a hierarchy in the student population at any given school, but it seems to have gotten progressively worse. All the have & have-notism, the snobbery is just ridiculous now. People are always showing off their new muscle car to feel secure about themselves. It is almost like they view it as wearing the size of their unmentionables on their sleeves. Same with athletics. It is all about vanity and public face value. I don't like Glenn Beck, but I liked his analogy with the Tower of Babel where he compared cultural materialism and egotism with the mortar that held the masonry in place. We must all remember that no matter how special we each think we are, we are all slaves in a giant pyramid scheme called "modern society." There is always a bigger fish in the pond that will make you feel smaller.
# 5. This may strike you as an odd reason, but teacher bias is in fact, a problem. Teachers are human beings, and being human, they always have students they like and dislike for whatever reason. They reward students they like and penalize ones they don't. Not usually enough to fail them, but enough to hurt the student's grades and school reputation. Being a rebel, I wasn't well received by many of my teachers.
# 6. No freedom and absolutely NO privacy. You better not do anything that deviates from the established behavioral standards set by the state. Otherwise, the school counselor may write nasty notes about you secretly that will come back to haunt you later. Sometimes the faculty will even set up malicious secret meetings with the parents to discuss what is wrong with that angry "problem child." The modern public school is anything but a democracy. It's actually quite Orwellian!
# 7. Everything is in black & white. All student profiles and grading are FINAL. And by that, I mean set in stone. Literally...there is no chance to redeem yourself.
Here's a great video on how our modern school system came into being.