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Teachers are responsible for creating compliant Fools & unquestioning Idiots

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It is quite clear now that the majority of people lack the capacity for original thought, are too lazy to think for themselves and are frightened to ‘think outside the box’.

If you find that triple example of tautology annoying then that’s fine: because the premise is a crucial one. And repetition, as Gertrude Stein would doubtless agree, is essential if you wish to make a point.


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By Dr Vernon Coleman

Most citizens are now led by knee jerk reflexes – responding to what they see and hear on television. They believe nonsense such as ‘climate change is scary’, `covid is dangerous’ and `vaccines are good’ because they see and hear these thoughts repeated all day long; devised by the conspirators and spread by the collaborators.

But, why are people so ready to believe what they hear and to accept it unquestioningly?

Teachers and lecturers.

The modern education system (both in school and university) discourages (actually suppresses) original thought and debate.

Teachers today seem unaware that it takes more effort to reject an idea than to accept it. Acceptance is something we do without thinking but rejecting something which we are told requires effort.

However, instead of encouraging students to question what they are told, teachers simply instruct their students to accept the ‘official’ view.

Descartes believed that after preliminarily accepting an idea we then think about it and decide whether to reject it or not.

But, a good few years later, Baron Spinoza suggested that when we accept an idea we think we understand it and so we no longer question it.

As usual Descartes was wrong. And in this, at least, Spinoza was right.

The problem today is that people are prone to accept the things they see or hear – on television or the radio or the classroom.

It is formal teaching which pushes students into blindly, unquestioningly, uncritically accepting whatever they’re told in later life. (There goes that tautology again.)

The mainstream media exists to flood us with information which reinforces existing beliefs. And the journalists, commentators and conspirators know that rejecting existing beliefs requires energy and effort.

Teachers and lecturers have, for decades now, failed to explain to students that unbelieving things we have been fed is an essential part of wisdom and, more fundamentally, an essential part of growing up and developing ‘a mind of our own’.

We are all overwhelmed with information but teachers have not taught students how to deal with that overload. Most students remain unquestioning because it is easy and convenient. And, particularly now that much grading is done by teachers who have the power to assess their own students, it is the simple route to better grades.

So students merely accept what they are told. And when they grow up they still accept what they are told.

The mainstream media feeds us content which reinforces the things we think. We are bombarded with false and misleading information which supports the false and misleading ideas we have been given.

And so the unthinking masses accept these frauds.

And the result is that only the intelligent and free-thinking are now questioning the covid fraud and the climate change fraud.

The conspirators and their collaborators (treacherous organisations such as the BBC for example) are primarily responsible for the fact that millions wear masks (which damage their health and do no good) and accept jabs (which damage their health and do no good).

Teachers and lecturers must take a big chunk of the blame for failing to teach their students how to think.

Our educational system, like our health care system, is unfit for purpose.

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yeti
yeti
9 months ago

> And the result is that only the intelligent and free-thinking are now questioning

Meaning himself I suppose? I wonder if he believes 9-11, or the moon landings, or the current permed hair/rigid wires/reverse landing/etc ‘space station’ videos?

A part of the brainwashing that he doesn’t mention is the belief that everyone has that teachers and ‘lecturers’ are there to teach. They’re just like you. They go to ‘work’ to get money. They couldn’t care less about their ‘students’ learning any more than you care about whatever it is that you do to get money. Ask someone that left ‘university’ at least ten years ago what they think of their own degree (you need to wait for them to get over themself). ‘Schools’ are holding pens for the children until they’re old enough to be used as slaves. ‘Universities’ are cash cows. Neither are “institutes of learning”.

And then you’ve got your segrated education system: ‘state’ schools for the poor, filled with non english speaking immigrants to retard the english children’s learning, ‘acadamies’ for the ‘middle classes’ (because their children are ‘more important’ than the children of the poor), ‘private schools’ for the rich (which don’t need to teach anything because the children are already tagged for ‘leadership’), and pretend schools for millionaires (whose children will never do anything their entire lives, so they just give them a ‘certificate’ so that they don’t look like the useless waste of space that they are). You’ve also got segrated housing, segregated healthcare and segregated ‘justice’, but as everyone’s supposed to pretend it’s all so very very nice, no one mentions it.

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9 months ago

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9 months ago

The author’s premise is accurate. The question is: Who is it that requires teachers to culturally indoctrinate these children and who is it that produce and approve their textbooks and curriculum? The factual responsibility lies with each one of us when we cast our responsibility upon the system and then trust that system to produce what we hope will be produced year after year, ad nauseum, and the system only gets worse. Teachers however MUST recognize that they are the link and must begin to demand accountability from their boards and administrations. Good luck with that when their paychecks are the reward for following society’s deterioration.

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9 months ago

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9 months ago

Yes this is absolutely true. May God forgive me for my misguided attempts to subvert the system from within. I pray for every child I’ve had the privilege to signpost to the truth. May Holy Spirit reveal to them all truth. May they use their God given authority as people created by Him to rule over the earth not comply with every idiotic idea circulating in the British “education” system.

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