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    I learned it at school.

    I was reading this news article just now out of general interest.

    Minister loses appeals over home-schooled students excluded from calculated grades

    Not having any kids it was of peripheral interest to me but whilst reading I noticed this:

    In a 127-page judgment on Tuesday, the three judge Court of Appeal, comprising Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly, Ms Justice Mary Faherty and Ms Justice Una Ni Raifeartaigh dismissed the appeals concerning High Court findings in separate cases by the two students.
    They say women are under-represented in the higher echelons of society, yet here we have a panel of three appellate court judges all of whom are female?

    If they had been all male I’m sure it would have gotten a mention, even if just to point out that it was indeed all male. But all female, sure that’s not a problem at all.

    The current view seems to be:

    Misogyny is bad! … Misandry? Sure what are you talking about? There’s no such thing!

    I should say that while I do have a slight problem with the panel being exclusively female, my main problem is with the double standards being applied by reporters generally.

    One last point:

    There are those (lurkers) out there that might say: ‘The article is about education and kids, just leave the women to it’.

    O.K., but that’s been the attitude now for a long time and what have we got out of it? Kids coming out of school and college barely able to read / write or do basic arithmetic but with a headful of lies and half-truths that convince them that they know what’s going on. And they know this because they learned it in school. Schools controlled by women and women-think, and off-the-wall political correctness (like gender, among others).

    Here, spend 40,000 on a media studies or gender studies course. We’ll tell you you’re a great person. Yeah, and you’ll feel like a great person while you’re flipping burgers. Because you learned it at school. But sooner or later you’ll realise that you were fucked over. And instead of blaming yourself or the ‘educational’ system that led you astray, you’ll blame it on discrimination. The world is stacked against you because you’re … (pick a topic).

    You are being manipulated by the teachers (most, but not all) and this is re-enforced by your peers, who themselves were manipulated by the teachers.

    And you carry on hating the other.

    Because you learned it at school.
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    I am glad you brought this up. Majority of educators are female and yet no one blinks asking why children are less educated now with more female educators. According to the mythical belief systems of the golden vag the children should being doing better with female teachers right? Right?

    I remember the first time as a kid I had a male teacher who taught me about science and the stock market...literally I had only TWO male teachers in elementary school. And one of the male teachers was a substitute teacher so I had only ONE male teacher in elementary school and it was only for one period sessions out of the six total periods in the day. What does that say?


    Fast forward to middle school aka junior high school and I actually started to see more male teachers but only in HONOR programs. I didn't connect the dots at the time as a figured it wasn't noteworthy to contempate further.

    Then comes high school and I start to see even more male teachers in honor and AP programs. And then the teachers that also were coaches on American football, soccer aka football, track and field, weight lifting, Greco-Roman wrestling, etc.

    Further progress toward college and I encounter the majority of researchers with grants, and funds for research that teach on the side are male. The professors at uni that teach exclusively and do not do research are female. Big light bulb moment right there.

    For those that do not know the lifeblood of any uni is being able to bring in research dollars. The male researchers are the ones that bring in the bacon to keep the lights on.

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    Re: I learned it at school.

    British education once the envy of the world is now an absolute joke.


    I was the type of kid who always did everything "by the book" (big mistake).


    *BULLYING. From the age of 6 onwards, the "advice" that I was given from all female teachers never worked and usually made the problem worse. I was never encouraged to do things like join after school sports clubs or similar that would have actually helped.


    *WASTE OF TIME SUBJECTS. Some skills you learn at school are essential for life, (reading, writing, mathematics). Once you get past this stage 90% of what you learn is a total waste of time. From 11-14 my school spent 3 hours a week trying to teach French to kids who still lacked these basic skills.


    *NO DISAPLINE. 100s of hours of education time were wasted due to some (mostly female) teachers complete inability to stop one attention seeking idiot destroy the lesson for the rest of the class. Even after years of bad behavior the same teachers were still issuing the exact same punishments. A 15 minute detention!!!!!


    *MIXED ABILITY TEACHING...The bright kid fly's through the work in 10 minutes and gets bored, while others in the class can't even read the instructions.


    *LEAGUE TABLES...Schools are judged on percentage of students who get a grade C or higher. Their only incentive is to help the middle of the road kids on the grade C/D borderline leaving the best and worse to fend for themselves. They also encourage kids to study "soft" subjects with a higher pass rate for this reason.


    *UNIVERSITY. I smelt a rat at 16-17 when it seems the schools priority was to send as many people to university as possible. Not one teacher ever talked about going to work!!!!
    As with league tables it was to make a school "look good", without any thought to where those people would eventually end up.
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    Government schooling is like everything else mandated by the iron fist of government, it's mandatory, doesn't work, and progressively becomes hopelessly inefficient and ineffective.

    If this wasn't so, then why do the politicians send their kids to private schools paid for indirectly by the citizenry, they should be mandated to use only the services provided by government and nothing else, but we all know that shoe will not go on the other foot ever, they will only become more and more elite while the citizens become more and more the underclass.

    What's the fix? Scrap the entire clusterfuck while reviving the now deceased free market, but we know how government hates competition on any field, and will work feverishly to eliminate it.
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    They say women are under-represented in the higher echelons of society

    This is a myth, because wherever there is a wealthy man, there are women.

    It's true there are less women in top jobs or at the top of their field. That's cos they're less competent, on the whole. Nothing to do with sexism. In the market of ideas and innovation, no one gives a flying fuck about the gender of the creator, all they care about is the idea or product.

    In the twilight zone world we live in we could have a majority of women in power and still be bashed over the head daily with 'society is misogynist' / 'we need more women in X'.

    It's simply because this serves the elite's agenda. Women are more easy to dupe, thus by raising women to be more powerful in society they effectively get women to do their bidding.

    It's very clever. Not a lot of people see it for what it is.

    @stanmsl
    I agree for an intelligent person the modern education system is a complete joke. But then, those in control would not want a system which encouraged and nurtured true intelligence, because they would not last very long in power if so.


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    Re: I learned it at school.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Government schooling is like everything else mandated by the iron fist of government, it's mandatory, doesn't work, and progressively becomes hopelessly inefficient and ineffective.
    Kinda means what you mean by 'doesn't work'.

    Does it provide what they profess? For the most part no. Most of us don't need Pythagoras' Theorem or need to quote Shakespeare.

    But in another way it seems to work almost perfectly:

    Stand up,
    Sit down,
    This is right,
    This is wrong,

    Etc.

    This isn't to castigate teaching, obviously as a basic premise it's a good thing, but the opportunity to instill control at an early age is one that cannot be allowed to pass.

    This is how you should think!

    This has now morphed into 'How dare you not think like me!"
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Kinda means what you mean by 'doesn't work'.

    Does it provide what they profess? For the most part no. Most of us don't need Pythagoras' Theorem or need to quote Shakespeare.

    But in another way it seems to work almost perfectly:

    Stand up,
    Sit down,
    This is right,
    This is wrong,

    Etc.

    This isn't to castigate teaching, obviously as a basic premise it's a good thing, but the opportunity to instill control at an early age is one that cannot be allowed to pass.

    This is how you should think!

    This has now morphed into 'How dare you not think like me!"
    I knew every sq. inch of the vice principle's office because my flaming feminist teacher didn't like the fact I resorted to calling her a cunt instead of the prefix "Mizzzzzzz" in the early days of feminism and their head fuckery.

    There wasn't a man teacher (including the vice principle) that didn't like me for saying the things they dare not! I used to enrage that cunt! I think she gave me the skills to make a cunt fart outside of fucking it.
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    I knew every sq. inch of the vice principle's office because my flaming feminist teacher didn't like the fact I resorted to calling her a cunt instead of the prefix "Mizzzzzzz" in the early days of feminism and their head fuckery.

    There wasn't a man teacher (including the vice principle) that didn't like me for saying the things they dare not! I used to enrage that cunt! I think she gave me the skills to make a cunt fart outside of fucking it.
    I was no rebel, I just didn't give a shit. I kinda paid attention in the classes I was O.K. at, but the rest was just a snorefest.
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    I was no rebel, I just didn't give a shit. I kinda paid attention in the classes I was O.K. at, but the rest was just a snorefest.
    Not me, she was my introduction to cunt thinking she had power and authority over me!

    I dropped out by 10th grade, then want back to vocational to get GED and machinist trade, also went to flight school passed, but couldn't afford the rental fees for air time, someday I'll get an ultralight to avoid the FAA (your EASA). No registration, no insurance, and no license requirements, fits me like a glove! There are some restrictions, like dropping shit on people or their stuff, but I can skirt that rule using night vision...
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    someday I'll get an ultralight to avoid the FAA (your EASA). No registration, no insurance, and no license requirements, fits me like a glove!
    Haven't checked yet so I don't know. Will get back to you on that as regards the rules here but my guess is ultralights are covered somewhere.

    Hell, you basically need a license here to fly a drone, and I don't mean big shit, I mean something one might buy for their kids as a toy. Airports are out for various reasons, but flying a drone in the nearby park may be causing an offense?

    If they're that strict on toy drones I can only imagine what they'd be like with ultralights.
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Haven't checked yet so I don't know. Will get back to you on that as regards the rules here but my guess is ultralights are covered somewhere.

    Hell, you basically need a license here to fly a drone, and I don't mean big shit, I mean something one might buy for their kids as a toy. Airports are out for various reasons, but flying a drone in the nearby park may be causing an offense?

    If they're that strict on toy drones I can only imagine what they'd be like with ultralights.
    Did you ever see a cop try to pull over an ultralight? I'm sure there's dudes flying shit uncertified, and when it crashes, why should they be concerned about NTSB investigations? They don't charge you with any crimes when you're carried away in trash bags...
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    Re: I learned it at school.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Did you ever see a cop try to pull over an ultralight? I'm sure there's dudes flying shit uncertified, and when it crashes, why should they be concerned about NTSB investigations? They don't charge you with any crimes when you're carried away in trash bags...
    Pull it over, no. But they can investigate. What direction was it flying at what time? Where is likely to have come from? And then, who was the pilot?

    As I suspected there are rules here in Ireland - as for everything else:

    Under the Irish Aviation Authority (Personnel Licensing) Orders, a pilot of a microlight aeroplane is required to hold a Private Pilot Licence (Microlight) (abbreviated "PPL(M)"). A person learning to fly a microlight aeroplane must hold a Student Pilot Licence (abbreviated "SPL") before flying the aeroplane alone ("solo" flying) and he/she may only fly solo when authorised by an appropriately licensed Flight Instructor (see below).Details of Licensing requirements can be found in Aeronautical Notice P17.
    https://www.iaa.ie/personnel-licensi...e-requirements

    Edit:

    I have removed a comment about a problem I had with some functions. Seems it was a one-off. Maybe the page didn't load correctly or something.
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