Do we want a society that dreams new things and then makes them happen? I hear that we do, every time I hear a teacher, or a politician, give a speech. So why are we trying so hard to teach the next generation to do the exact opposite?
We now live in a feminized culture that values safety, security, obedience, and submission over all else. And so from elementary through high school we enforce those values with zero tolerance for anything else. If that means doping a generation of our boys into an amphetamine-addled stupor, so be it.
Then our colleges base their acceptances almost entirely on similar standards, and take the high school records of their applicants as gospel. Get marked out as a trouble-maker, someone who doesn’t color between the lines in grade, junior, or high school? Get ready for community college. If you’re lucky.
And finally, our brain-dead corporations base almost all their hiring decisions on college transcripts, thanks to an equally brain-dead court decision that outlawed their ability to test for intelligence or ability as being somehow racist and discriminatory. The upshot of all this is that from kindergarten through college you can’t make a single mistep, lest you find yourself flipping burgers or pouring coffee.
The real problem is that none of the people running this system want to actually think. (Or want you to think, either, as far as it goes). Far better to mindlessly enforce zero tolerance (you broke the rules – you’re screwed!),
And there is nothing new about this. It’s been going on in one form or another for nearly half a century. This is the world that progtardia has created for us. Are you happy with it?
If not, why do you keep on putting progtards in positions of power and influence?