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    Get outta the way, Banksta's the Momsta's are here.

    http://momastery.com/blog/2014/01/30/share-schools/

    My aunt, a staunch conservative republican, and advocate for Christianity and the 10 commandments in school posted this on her FB page. I commented on it (probably severing a 47 year old relationship permanently.) Like a lot of people she just see's the nice. She lives in Jonesboro Ark, where another Columbine sort of even occurred and it was my uncle who helped assist in the clearing the wreckage so I'll grant she's sensitive to such matters.

    But when conservatives don't see not only the socialist programming going on in our schools not to mention staunch Christians not noticing the new (world order) age programming occurring...I basically said, it will be interesting to see how and what these kids vote in 10-15 years. Government dumbing down in the public schools and parents advocating it.

    Victims teaching more Victims, Teachers socially programming, Narcissist Mother Syndrome, social programming, and new age programming all rolled into one.

    I was ready for a straight jacket after reading this.



    A few weeks ago, I went into Chase’s class for tutoring.

    I’d emailed Chase’s teacher one evening and said, “Chase keeps telling me that this stuff you’re sending home is math – but I’m not sure I believe him. Help, please.” She emailed right back and said, “No problem! I can tutor Chase after school anytime.” And I said, “No, not him. Me. He gets it. Help me.” And that’s how I ended up standing at a chalkboard in an empty fifth grade classroom staring at rows of shapes that Chase’s teacher kept referring to as “numbers.”



    I stood a little shakily at the chalkboard while Chase’s teacher sat behind me, perched on her desk, using a soothing voice to try to help me understand the “new way we teach long division.” Luckily for me, I didn’t have to unlearn much because I never really understood the “old way we taught long division.” It took me a solid hour to complete one problem, but l could tell that Chase’s teacher liked me anyway. She used to work with NASA, so obviously we have a whole lot in common.

    Afterwards, we sat for a few minutes and talked about teaching children and what a sacred trust and responsibility it is. We agreed that subjects like math and reading are the least important things that are learned in a classroom. We talked about shaping little hearts to become contributors to a larger community – and we discussed our mutual dream that those communities might be made up of individuals who are Kind and Brave above all.

    And then she told me this.

    Every Friday afternoon Chase’s teacher asks her students to take out a piece of paper and write down the names of four children with whom they’d like to sit the following week. The children know that these requests may or may not be honored. She also asks the students to nominate one student whom they believe has been an exceptional classroom citizen that week. All ballots are privately submitted to her.

    And every single Friday afternoon, after the students go home, Chase’s teacher takes out those slips of paper, places them in front of her and studies them. She looks for patterns.

    Who is not getting requested by anyone else?
    Who doesn’t even know who to request?
    Who never gets noticed enough to be nominated?
    Who had a million friends last week and none this week?

    You see, Chase’s teacher is not looking for a new seating chart or “exceptional citizens.” Chase’s teacher is looking for lonely children. She’s looking for children who are struggling to connect with other children. She’s identifying the little ones who are falling through the cracks of the class’s social life. She is discovering whose gifts are going unnoticed by their peers. And she’s pinning down- right away- who’s being bullied and who is doing the bullying.


    As a teacher, parent, and lover of all children – I think that this is the most brilliant Love Ninja strategy I have ever encountered. It’s like taking an X-ray of a classroom to see beneath the surface of things and into the hearts of students. It is like mining for gold – the gold being those little ones who need a little help – who need adults to step in and TEACH them how to make friends, how to ask others to play, how to join a group, or how to share their gifts with others. And it’s a bully deterrent because every teacher knows that bullying usually happens outside of her eyeshot – and that often kids being bullied are too intimidated to share. But as she said – the truth comes out on those safe, private, little sheets of paper.

    As Chase’s teacher explained this simple, ingenious idea – I stared at her with my mouth hanging open. “How long have you been using this system?” I said.
    Ever since Columbine, she said. Every single Friday afternoon since Columbine.

    Good Lord.

    This brilliant woman watched Columbine knowing that ALL VIOLENCE BEGINS WITH DISCONNECTION .All outward violence begins as inner loneliness. She watched that tragedy KNOWING that children who aren’t being noticed will eventually resort to being noticed by any means necessary.

    And so she decided to start fighting violence early and often, and with the world within her reach. What Chase’s teacher is doing when she sits in her empty classroom studying those lists written with shaky 11 year old hands - is SAVING LIVES. I am convinced of it. She is saving lives.

    And what this mathematician has learned while using this system is something she really already knew: that everything – even love, even belonging – has a pattern to it. And she finds those patterns through those lists – she breaks the codes of disconnection. And then she gets lonely kids the help they need. It’s math to her. It’s MATH.

    All is love- even math. Amazing.

    Chase’s teacher retires this year – after decades of saving lives. What a way to spend a life: looking for patterns of love and loneliness. Stepping in, every single day- and altering the trajectory of our world.

    TEACH ON, WARRIORS. You are the first responders, the front line, the disconnection detectives, and the best and ONLY hope we’ve got for a better world. What you do in those classrooms when no one is watching- it’s our best hope.

    Teachers- you’ve got a million parents behind you whispering together: “We don’t care about the damn standardized tests. We only care that you teach our children to be Brave and Kind. And we thank you. We thank you for saving lives.”
    Love – All of Us

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    Re: Get outta the way, Banksta's the Momsta's are here.

    thank God, there are human beings like that...To see such humanity can bring me to tears...

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    Re: Get outta the way, Banksta's the Momsta's are here.

    I’d emailed Chase’s teacher one evening and said, “Chase keeps telling me that this stuff you’re sending home is math – but I’m not sure I believe him.
    Right there is where you got a taste of your own critical thinking skills! Because guess what? IT NOT MATH.


    Help, please.” She emailed right back and said, “No problem! I can tutor Chase after school anytime.” And I said, “No, not him. Me. He gets it.
    Of course he gets it! He's been programmed to it. At this point Mum, you haven't been...yet.

    .” And that’s how I ended up standing at a chalkboard in an empty fifth grade classroom staring at rows of shapes that Chase’s teacher kept referring to as “numbers.”
    But guess what? They AREN'T numbers. They are shapes goddammit. And no matter how many times a teacher, the government, the globalists refer to shapes as numbers I will insist they are NUMBERS. Shapes are shapes, numbers are numbers.


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    stood a little shakily at the chalkboard while Chase’s teacher sat behind me, perched on her desk, using a soothing voice
    Yes the NLP voice....the shakiness comes from the core of your being that understands you are about to lose a very important part of your being and your ability to reason....no one ever listens to it though

    to try to help me understand the “new way we teach long division.”

    Luckily for me, I didn’t have to unlearn much because I never really understood the “old way we taught long division.” It took me a solid hour to complete one problem, but l could tell that Chase’s teacher liked me anyway.
    It requires a 'bit' of critical thinking skill. This explains why this idiot so easily fell for this outright programming. We don't want kids using the tiniest bit of critical thinking skills.

    But who am I to criticize, it would probably take me a month to do long division with 'shapes'. Diving hearts into squares, and circles into triangles. It's a lot easier and faster if you do it with numbers but don't listen to me I'm just this stodgy traditionalist.



    She used to work with NASA, so obviously we have a whole lot in common.
    Yes and I have a lot in common with Einstein and Tesla. People mistake us for fraternally conjoined twins, right?

    Afterwards, we sat for a few minutes and talked about teaching children and what a sacred trust and responsibility it is.
    What the hell does this have to do with math? This sounds like marriage ceremony or some new age bullshit church.

    We agreed that subjects like math and reading are the least important things that are learned in a classroom.
    Really? REALLY? Of course emotional programming is more important so we can have nice little flower children citizens. MATH and READING, which require critical thinking skills are 'least' important. Let's teach them to 'think' with their emotions. Let's teach this in drivers education too!

    Don't look at on coming traffic with your eyes. Look with your heeeeeeeart.

    We talked about shaping little hearts to become contributors to a larger community – and we discussed our mutual dream that those communities might be made up of individuals who are Kind and Brave above all.
    Where did Math go? Its disappeared! You are not there to 'shape' their hearts. Parent's have a certain amount of trust that not every teacher is going to go Psychological Pedophilia on young students, not go all Mary Jo Letoruneu on them. What about that sacred trust?

    This is not brave this is courage robbing.



    EMOTIONAL programming. You are there to show them math, reading skills, geography, all logical mental body stuff, you are not in that school to **** with kids emotional bodies. Bullying is the least of our problems now, this is vampirism and its coming from the teachers not the kids that push other kids on the playground. We are teaching children their authority figures can feed on them.

    She also asks the students to nominate one student whom they believe has been an exceptional classroom citizen that week.
    Let me guess? George Orwell and Aldous Huxley weren't nominated. Are they sitting in the principal's office or in time out? Or are they...bullies?

    She looks for patterns.
    Yes that's what programmers look for, they want to get into the emotional body of people and look for something to leverage and children are totally defenseless against this sort of vampirism. Psychic rape in our public schools.

    Conversely deprogrammers look for the patterns the rapers are leaving behind. Our teach here is showing all those patterns.


    Who is not getting requested by anyone else?
    The one child who somehow resisting this ****? Maybe their parents showed them how to resist it?

    Who doesn’t even know who to request?
    Gee that happens when one's critical thinking skills are taken from them.

    Who never gets noticed enough to be nominated?
    The ones not with the program?

    Who had a million friends last week and none this week?
    Kids have this notorious way of being fickle, ...until we beat that ability to change their mind out of them.

    You see, Chase’s teacher is not looking for a new seating chart or “exceptional citizens.”

    She's not teaching math either. She's teaching shapes and shaping young hearts...psychological and emotional programming. She's looking for kids pre-disposed to programming. MOLDING.

    Chase’s teacher is looking for lonely children.
    Yes the lonely are the one's vampires target. Let me guess...she was a 'lonely' child.

    She’s looking for children who are struggling to connect with other children. She’s identifying the little ones who are falling through the cracks of the class’s social life.
    This is something you need to be discussing with parent. Before the state took over our kids this is something parents used to teach. The class's SOCIAL life? Socialist life? Yes I used to blow off school and used it as a social playground only. But the teacher wasn't telling me who to socialize with. Social programming.


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    he is discovering whose gifts are going unnoticed by their peers. And she’s pinning down- right away- who’s being bullied and who is doing the bullying.
    Not noticing your peers is now bullying! Not NOTICING YOUR PEERS IS AN ACT OF AGGRESSION?????!!!

    I have seen this **** over and over and I still cannot ****ing believe it!


    As a teacher, parent, and lover of all children –
    Yes you are psychological pedophile, 'lover of children.'


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    think that this is the most brilliant Love Ninja strategy I have ever encountered. It’s like taking an X-ray of a classroom to see beneath the surface of things and into the hearts of students.

    Uh huh, getting into their very vulnerable psyche, getting under their skin...just like an Xray.


    It is like mining for gold – the gold being those little ones who need a little help –
    Mining for minds. Mind theft. Mining for energy. Yep yep . All with the parent's unwitting agreement.

    who need adults to step in and TEACH them how to make friends, how to ask others to play, how to join a group, or how to share their gifts with others.
    Program them, not teach them, you mean. Lines are getting blurred between teaching and programming. How strange. No 'adult' one had to teach me that. I developed friends on my own by trial and error. I got burned a few times and it serve me well as an adult. For the first time in my life i have a huge appreciation for my parents that I never had before.

    Oh my I had friends that adults didn't want me being friends with. And I ignored them. I still have some of those friends. They've been very good friends regardless of the fact an adult didn't have to mold me to them.

    And it’s a bully deterrent because every teacher knows that bullying usually happens outside of her eyeshot – and that often kids being bullied are too intimidated to share. But as she said – the truth comes out on those safe, private, little sheets of paper.
    What a manipulative, deviant, pedopholic ....(insert awful word) you are. I'm speechless this could be freely admitted in public and not only is woman raping minds she's getting kudo's for it.

    “How long have you been using this system?” I said.
    Ever since Columbine, she said. Every single Friday afternoon since Columbine.
    Since the beginning of time.

    Good Lord.
    Good idea. What WOULD Jesus do since you brought it up. . Well he rampaged through the temple overturning the tables of the money changers, so we think he might do less in this instance pedophilia mind rape. I wonder what he would do to 'anyone who harmed a child'. I think he said, Woe to them ..

    This brilliant woman watched Columbine knowing that ALL VIOLENCE BEGINS WITH DISCONNECTION .All outward violence begins as inner loneliness. She watched that tragedy KNOWING that children who aren’t being noticed will eventually resort to being noticed by any means necessary.
    And that is exactly what she is doing, disconnecting the child from reality and plugging them into her victim reality and perpetrating the abuse.


    And so she decided to start fighting violence early and often,
    What is really ironic here is If I ever met the dumb ***** it would take every ounce of my being not to rip her ovaries out through her sinus cavities.


    And what this mathematician has learned while using this system is something she really already knew: that everything – even love, even belonging – has a pattern to it. And she finds those patterns through those lists – she breaks the codes of disconnection. And then she gets lonely kids the help they need. It’s math to her. It’s MATH.
    All is love- even math. Amazing.
    Chase’s teacher retires this year – after decades of saving lives. What a way to spend a life: looking for patterns of love and loneliness. Stepping in, every single day- and altering the trajectory of our world.
    Well now we know where 'nanny state' came from.

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    EACH ON, WARRIORS. You are the first responders, the front line, the disconnection detectives, and the best and ONLY hope we’ve got for a better world. What you do in those classrooms when no one is watching- it’s our best hope.
    Not warriors, emotionally crippled children who are robbed of critical thinking skills who will grow up in a world where 1 plus 1 equals 'heart me.' If these children go to a front line they will die. And yes you have to do this where no one is watching because that is what the vampire, parasitical mind does. But apparently they can do it out in the open now with the parent's agreement, and even advertise it in public and get all sorts of accolades for it.

    Math is not love. Love is love and Math is Math. You can love math but math is not love. It's logical, it requires no emotions, you don't need to love anything in order to do math.

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    Re: Get outta the way, Banksta's the Momsta's are here.

    Wow...That was painful to read. The kid is going to have a hard time.

    What is causing the adult to surrender reality? What happened to the critical thinking of my generation? I am 48. Do you simply turn off and tune out all that you learned in life? Throw your hands up in the air and embrace the reality "experts" tell you,.... is that it?

    The child is stuck with being taught the common core curriculum, but the parent wasn't.


    Teachers- you’ve got a million parents behind you whispering together: “We don’t care about the damn standardized tests. We only care that you teach our children to be Brave and Kind. And we thank you. We thank you for saving lives.”
    I don't understand what the parent gets from this disconnection from reality. Is columbine the trauma which allows for this kind of thinking? the anti bullying campaign? I would want my child safe and surrounded by "friends" .... if that happens I care not what they learn.

    This is an attempt to mentally neuter a generation of people. It is not an accident. What is the timeline for the USA? This kid will be 18 in 7-8 years. He will be able to hold a weapon and point it at the shapes he sees. No critical thinking required.

    Is this a different type of programming? Coddle and protect them while they are young and then traumatize them when they are older. Guessing the programming might not be as deep but with no skills to deal with said trauma it would still bring on the desired result.
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    wow, all that because she cares about the vulnerable...I really doubt that teacher even has the slightest clue about what you just offered. I think the teacher recognizes that we live in an 'age of alienation' and is taking personal and heart-felt steps to bridge the gap of 'emptiness'. We are talking about kids, kids who are at the mercy of the generational ignorance of their parents.

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    I don't understand what the parent gets from this disconnection from reality. Is columbine the trauma which allows for this kind of thinking? the anti bullying campaign? I would want my child safe and surrounded by "friends" .... if that happens I care not what they learn.
    This is a metaphorical pronouncement. Of course, parents want their kids to be appropriately educated...but at the expense of their humanity...not likely. What we have learned in the last 30-40 years is how to 'exclude', 'hate', 'battle', and win the war of competition in our daily lives. We are dying as a society because of it. Life can and should be a 'win-win', anything short of that is animalistic and not worthy of homo sapiens sapiens.

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    Re: Get outta the way, Banksta's the Momsta's are here.

    The above letter (written by a mother unit to a teacher unit) ... makes it apparent to me that the physical school of yore - a communal programming boxhouse of sorts - is a vestige waiting to be recognized as one.

    IMO, there is no longer a need for communal schools. Those schools were designed to be building blocks for a bigger build, with each build designed to be a building block for an even bigger build ... and ultimately to the biggest build yet, e.g. Full Spectrum Dominance Planet, envisioned by the Bilderbergers and the intermeshed builder guilds of masonry, usury, and neoMonarchy.

    The independent thinking brain is an obstacle to the tailored fit sought at each level. Even a threat. The boxhouses trudge on in the duty of an expired century, largely to offset this threat.

    But if we prefer supremacy of the independent thinking brain over the efficient performing brain;
    of the brilliant science of the mind over the predictable afterthought, e.g. derivative technology and related commerce;
    of the poignant arts of the muses over the melodramatic sweetNsour abuses by the giggling, gobbling gulls in human skins squawking over pieces of sea, salt, sardines, and territorial rights over wet rocks and wasted sands;
    of honest human feelings between men and women over those fused to commerce circling lamp standards and dance poles frequented by Pimps, Johns, Whores, Voyeurs and Vagabonds Inc.
    ... then it's tall, lofty, and high time that we abolish all tutoring boxhouses funded by the state and/or interests that have co-opted the state and turned it into their own estate.

    Make tutoring entirely a matter of private concern. Even the average idiot in dime-a-dozen brotherhood and donning a parent's skin can do a better job of schooling in this age of the internet and functionally infinite educational resources. All that would be necessary is a home computer and an internet connection ... and private online tutors.

    Open the door wide to the new paradigm of private online pedagogy ... and put a dent in the dumbing down boxhouses of yore. The marketplace will create a demand for the best supply of tutors.


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    Re: Get outta the way, Banksta's the Momsta's are here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Bomm View Post
    wow, all that because she cares about the vulnerable...I really doubt that teacher even has the slightest clue about what you just offered. I think the teacher recognizes that we live in an 'age of alienation' and is taking personal and heart-felt steps to bridge the gap of 'emptiness'. We are talking about kids, kids who are at the mercy of the generational ignorance of their parents.
    They are better off enduring the psychological fcukupness of their teachers?

    They are preying on the vulnerable not just singling out vulnerable children ---ALL children are vulnerable not just lonely ones. But she seems only concerned with children who seem 'lonely' to her. She's a math teacher not a psychologist. She's projecting her ****. What about big brave bold kids who are super smart do they just get shunted to the back of the classroom because at 6 years ....well dammit they just haven't lived long enough to be ever mindful of everyone's emotional state!

    Yes I know parents are as goofily screwed up as teachers. Narcissistic mothers where its all about keeping their feelings safe or projecting a certain image at the expense of their children. . In some cases they are right to be scared; you can be charged with neglect if you are not coddling a child or allowing them some independence. But parents and teachers are doing this not for the welfare of children but their own self gratification.

    I see a bunch of kids who will suicides by the time they are 17-25.

    I can't count how many of these parents I've refused to give lessons to because their kids show up in my classes exhausted from round of 'socializing and integration'. I'm not further abusing them.

    The parents in their narcissism are installing the emptiness. It's called the big empty and every child who has a narccistic parent knows what it is and those who recovered from that narcissism KNOWs this isn't the way to fill it. You fill it with you, not your teachers screwed up emotional state. This is just replacing the parents narcissism with the teachers. and this is not the way its filled. They aren't nurturing their children they are exhausting them. Self awareness should be taught, self management needs to be shown, but School is not therapy for preexisting damaged relations; , if the kids need therapy and counseling it needs to be addressed on the family level where it belongs by professionals NOT math teachers who want kinds to think that binary code is fluffy bunnies and hearts.

    Victim Mentality training. Everyone is responsible for you, little victim!

    We are going to train our children they all have to be therapists or they are bullies? Send them to another forum and let the bacon hat enforce the 'we all must be therapists ' ruling. That's a pile of adults there who expect everyone to be therapists.

    She is not even talking about real bullies. She's talking about someone who might not be overly interested in the child sitting next to them. Just like we were. There might be a GOOD reason one child isn't interested in another and it might not because they are probably going to blow up the school.

    Most of us made it through school unscathed and functional without all our chums being therapists.

    She is doing this for herself, imposing her loneliness on her class room and attempting to feed on them and probably create situation that don't exist in the first place. She was a lonely child so now our youth has to pay. Some children are reserved. Introverts. Introverts are classified as some sort of social stigma because they aren't involving themselves out there with everyone(feeding them) or confusing with loneliness with an appreciation for solitude and one's inner landscape.

    NO! You aren't self contented! YOU ARE LONELY!

    . Introverts are made to feel ashamed as if something is something socially wrong with them because they don't have a pack of followers around them when they are simply not inclined to feed on everyone and they don't require constant attention. Are we going to make that a crime from 1st grade now?



    Some kids might be interested in the hard copy curriculum like math, and reading instead of the emotional state of the child across the room. They may be more interested in drawing a picture and coloring it than being Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Phil, after all that is why they were told they were in school in the first place. They are supposed to be there to LEARN math and reading, not be a therapist. They are in 1st grade! How good of a therapist are they going to be?

    This is what adults want. Make everyone responsible for their emotional state.
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    Re: Get outta the way, Banksta's the Momsta's are here.

    well, you know, I agree with that entirely...but we should be on watch for those that don't fit into an easy 'paradigm'. Like anything else it can be overdone...point taken...

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    Re: Get outta the way, Banksta's the Momsta's are here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Bomm View Post
    This is a metaphorical pronouncement. Of course, parents want their kids to be appropriately educated...but at the expense of their humanity...not likely. What we have learned in the last 30-40 years is how to 'exclude', 'hate', 'battle', and win the war of competition in our daily lives. We are dying as a society because of it. Life can and should be a 'win-win', anything short of that is animalistic and not worthy of homo sapiens sapiens.
    I would say, we are dying as a society because we unwilling to speak and hear the truth. Math= shapes ...has nothing to do with truth, reality, or humanity, it is about dissolving the minds of these kids.

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