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Mad_Hattie 230 points ago +231 / -1

I noticed the Pedo triangle.

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BarneyFranksNipples 106 points ago +106 / -0

Nice little touch I didn’t see at the first glance.

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NADSAQ 90 points ago +90 / -0

pride bus is a nice touch

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TennesseeScorpio 50 points ago +50 / -0

Yep! Once it’s introduced into your vortex you become hyper aware. Their symbolism will be their downfall!

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DoesFreeSpeechExist 31 points ago +31 / -0

Just wait until you realize what owls represent, and why elites put statues of them everywhere.

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CrustySockpuppet 25 points ago +25 / -0

I’ve noticed a lot of owl statues. Like that massive bohemian owl.. What do they represent?

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chesswhilehigh 34 points ago +34 / -0

Okay so there is lots of misinfo that exists on this topic, unfortunately...so Moloch is usually depicted as a bull headed man. Not an owl.

The owl does represent something though. It represents Minerva the goddess of knowledge. Especially secret knowledge. So it is still affiliated with these weird cults, but it does not represent Moloch.

It is definitely associated with the same type of people that would worship Moloch, but it is not Moloch.

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BidensDeadBrain 9 points ago +9 / -0

Amazing Polly does a video about Minerva and makes references to it in other videos she's done.

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krzyzowiec 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Bible also talks about how people worshiped animals and men, and what they were prone to do... Interesting.

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DoesFreeSpeechExist 23 points ago +25 / -2

Moloch/Minerva: Babylonian deities that were worshipped through pedophilia and child sacrifices. Most commonly, kids were burned alive. Moloch (known as Baal in Phoenicia) is depicted as a bull/human chimera, and represents weather and fertility, while Minerva is depicted as an owl, and represents knowledge and enlightenment (similar to the Masonic Eye). Minerva was eventually transfered to Greek mythology, in the form of Athena. The descendents of the Babylonian cultists (many of whom were Hebrews) migrated from Mesopotamia to Egypt, Judea, and later, Rome.

After King Solomon's reign, Judaism became the official religion of Judea and Israel. The Moloch-worshippers adapted by infiltrating Synagogues, inbreeding, and establishing overbearing banks, steering Hebrews back to Moloch/Baal (Zion). This was the Biblical Synagogue of Satan, whcih still exists today. Although, now, most descendents of these wealthy bankers are secular, using Minerva shrines and Masonic symbolism to signal their allies (see Epstein's "temple"). Many decades ago, they successfully hijacked the Catholic Church, which is why the "Vatican network" is a glorified human trafficking ring.

During the Crusades, the most powerful elites adopted Kabbalah and Pagan blood rituals, which involved "black magic". This included cannibalism and human sacrifices, which were said to increase vitality. Now, they have an entire industry based around these disgusting practices: Planned Parenthood. There is a MASSIVE market for baby parts, which China has bought into (they love organ-harvesting).

Right now, there is a "Great Awakening", as the Qtards would call it. The world is waking up to the existence of a central banking cabal that's rooted in pedophilia and Satanism.

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CrustySockpuppet 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thanks for the informative reply! I would give you two updoots if I could haha

A few years back I started getting into researching the occult, and learning some of the shit these people are really into behind the curtains. Coincidentally, my life started getting really dark around the same time that I was looking into some of this shit, so I started reading the Bible instead lol. Funny enough, that same year, Trump announced he was running for president

Do you have any good sources I could read up on, or watch so that I can fill in the blanks?

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PocketPosse 5 points ago +5 / -0

At my house they just keep the dipshit robins from shitting on my deck and windows. Seriously, fuck Robins.

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Reefay 1 point ago +1 / -0

Duck Robins

Batman has entered the chat

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WhoMeTwo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Isn't Moloch symbolism similar to a Minotaur?

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CucksForTheDonald 10 points ago +11 / -1

Owl of Athena / Minerva, which has been used as a symbol since classical Rome and Greece...?

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chesswhilehigh 14 points ago +15 / -1

Yes this is the correct one. Tired of hearing people say it’s Moloch it makes us look dumb.

If we are going to do the whole judging people by symbols they associate with, which is a totally fair thing to do, then we need to at least know what the symbols mean.

Understanding the meaning of symbols is one of the most important things we need to work on to understand the world and the motivations of social movements. So much info and ideology is contained in symbolism.

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WiseOldOwl 3 points ago +3 / -0

Nah, we're just handsome.

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BoatingAccident 11 points ago +11 / -0

It's like when you get a new car and then notice all the other cars on the road that are just like it, that you never noticed before. Except with pedo symbols.

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Saltyminer11 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, but alas they are so nacicistic they can't help themselves.the just gotta go full retard.

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Burning 12 points ago +12 / -0

what about the trans flag dress?

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PissJuggernaut 3 points ago +3 / -0

I missed that one

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hillaryforprison 7 points ago +7 / -0

'touch' is what they will do to the kids. Wouldn't that be awesome if all conservative homeshooled and stopped paying money to public leftist brainwash schools.

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HeavyMetalPatriot 4 points ago +4 / -0

Anyone who loves their kids must find a way to homeschool their children. Fortunately, its never been easier to homeschool and online community resources are very impressive as more families connect and share. Like I've said before, LA has "homeschool sports leagues" and "homeschool field trips renting buses" - never imagined such a thing 20 years ago.

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Biostrike14 2 points ago +2 / -0

My family has been homeschooling for a bit and the biggest gripe is they are still required to pay taxes for the government schools. And no they don't get anything back to buy their own school supplies.

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President_Elect_Marx 21 points ago +21 / -0

Stonetoss don’t miss

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TrumpAndGodWin 4 points ago +4 / -0

If crazy the hair, beware.

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dontdrinksoy 3 points ago +3 / -0

I noticed the Pedo triangle.

It's almost the same as the Gracie Jiu Jitsu logo, LOL.

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Wolfebane84 1 point ago +1 / -0

Gracie what now?

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missfrew 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cripes. That is too creepy. I'm not telling them though.

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AtticusDenzil 2 points ago +2 / -0

haha the pizzagate thing

how do they distinguish between tranny kids though?

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Digitaliberty 98 points ago +98 / -0

Recent Blues Clues video makes this even worse, and real.

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Formerlurker92 53 points ago +53 / -0

They would rather take your kids than take you. You are harder to control than a soldier groomed since before they can walk

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anon09 23 points ago +26 / -3

was thinking about this yesterday. the whole concept of, "happy wife, happy life". that was just a way to get to the family through the wife.

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texas4ever 32 points ago +32 / -0

Or maybe population control. Probably the single best way to reduce female desire. "Whatever you want honey" is the worst thing you can possibly do. Women love men who have a purpose in life, who lead the way and have real convictions.

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anon09 26 points ago +27 / -1

none of this gay transgender stuff in the schools would have happened with men calling the shots. husbands have been trained to be whipped by their wives, and their wives have been trained to seek their inner goddess of crazy. and now the men all wear gay socks and use beard oil and think its neat that billy is a girl.

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Wolfebane84 1 point ago +1 / -0

If that's true then how did we end up here after a few hundred years of nagging and watering things down.

If men had actually stuck to their guns throughout history we'd be much better off than capitulating to get the nagging to stop.

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Frog_Anne 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes, I dislike that saying, although "if mamma isn't happy, no one's happy" is even worse. What kind of psycho would brag that she'll make her entire family miserable unless she gets her own way?

Maybe the original intent was a reminder that attitudes can spread - a happy, content wife will lead to a happy, content family life. But it isn't taken that way, it's used as a threat, that the wife must be catered to and kept happy in order to have a peaceful life. It's a terrible way to treat your spouse and your family. Both husband and wife should do what they can to please their spouse, and both should do watch their own attitude, to be kind and loving, instead of nagging and criticizing.

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anon09 1 point ago +1 / -0

its true that a man's mission should be to take care of his wife and kids, but having your wife be happy all the time is not always a good thing. especially if your wife is a nutjob.

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anon09 1 point ago +1 / -0

it flips the roles. and I heard recently on jesse lee peterson's podcast, where he was interviewing this jewish therapist. her belief, according to the talmud, was that this woman lillith actually predates eve, and that women are actually the top of the food chain, and that men need to worship women, etc. it is that kind of mentality that has led to where we are.

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ChrisTheSoberITGuy 2 points ago +10 / -8

lol what? No, when the wife is happy, the kids are happy. I notice whenever my wife is in a bad mood, the baby starts fussing too, and this continues the older they get.

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BadManOrange 32 points ago +32 / -0

Both spouses should strive to make each other happy; which means being selfless towards each other. These days it's considered sexist for anyone to tell a woman that she should strive to make her husband happy; yet, men are always told to do everything they can to make their wives happy. Men are told to just do whatever she says and say yes dear. Meanwhile, women are never told to subject themselves to their husband's desires. The modern mindset towards marriage is completely female focused. This often leads to women growing to resent or lack any respect for the husband because he's not filling the role that naturally/biologically should be his (being the leader of the family).

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anon09 13 points ago +13 / -0

I know mothers who just party all the time. they seem happy doing it too. and the kids are probably happy at home just eating junk food and playing video games.

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AKGG 6 points ago +6 / -0

She is of her father, Satan

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anon09 3 points ago +3 / -0

okie dokie

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Aarg1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Mom sets the tone. That’s what my mom always says.

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Knight1_of_Sunset 10 points ago +10 / -0

They should've ended the show when Steve left.

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Reddit_is_for_cucks 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's Stephen Collins from 7th heaven. OP was talking about Steve Burns from Blue's Clues. How did you confuse the two?

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consumptiveballerina 1 point ago +2 / -1

Yeah, Steve was hot!

/s...sort of.

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RoboG 2 points ago +2 / -0

Being topical is BASED. Got it.

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Bernier4Canada 1 point ago +1 / -0

recent?

Didn't the host leave like forever ago?

Just let it die...

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Reddit_is_for_cucks 1 point ago +1 / -0

If Steve's time away from Blue's Clues was a person, it would be too old for Pedojoe

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MasklessMarvel 0 points ago +1 / -1

kids can watch them at home

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PowTimesTwo 64 points ago +66 / -2

To be fair, being well-educated without crippling mental illness is weird these days.

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booblitchutz 48 points ago +48 / -0

Homeschooling is a huge threat to public education. I'm pretty happy to live in an amazing school district that doesn't have the woke bullshit running through it, but if it ever did, I'd be very happy to move to homeschooling and so would a LOT of people around here.

People don't understand how easy it is to teach one child, or three. Managing a group of 20 is a challenge, but there are lots of resources available and you don't have to be a genius to do it.

Lets just be honest, most of your public school teachers are functional retards anyway. If they can do it with 20, you can do it with 1, and do a damn shade better job.

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dismybrowseacct 26 points ago +26 / -0

I've been having this conversation a lot as we learn about home schooling. The simplest questions to ask are:

Name something you learned in school aside from the fundamentals that you use today.

Was that knowledge worth 8 hours a day, 180 days a year for 13 years?

It's odd because most people don't have an answer. Most stuff people learned came from further education like trade school or 2 yr college.

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PowTimesTwo 19 points ago +19 / -0

Nice arguments. Same can apply to most jobs - How much of what you do did you learn on the job vs. in school?

Or, imagine the expertise someone has at a job they've held for 13 years. Compare to an average HS senior's body of useful knowledge.

College is kind of the same, too. If there was a retail store selling knowledge at the expense of $50,000-$100,000 & 4 years of your life, people would laugh at it. "Why would I pay $50k and 4 years instead of Googling right now for free?"

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TheTelltaleFly 2 points ago +2 / -0

And THIS is why it’s so sickening that all these stupid feminists are worried about their “careers” and needing to work outside the home for fulfillment. They’d rather slave away making stupid power points for $50k and pay some illegal alien to raise their precious children, the freaking future of our country.

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RedPilledRaven 1 point ago +1 / -0

Reading, writing and basic arithmetic. The rest has not applied to any job I’ve ever had. I guess some of the business classes assisted in me understanding business terms and why companies do certain things but they don’t apply in my daily tasks.

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Frog_Anne 2 points ago +2 / -0

The usual argument I hear is about socialization (as though public school kids are somehow shining examples of well-adjusted, sociable people). Most homeschooled kids have plenty of interaction with other people. They meet with their homeschool group for activities, they'll have special classes for advanced science/lab work, they join various clubs like 4H or FFA, they join music groups, sports teams, church stuff, volunteer. The difference is they usually have to interact with a variety of ages, instead of being trapped with a group that's all their age with no escape.

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MasklessMarvel -2 points ago +2 / -4

Name something you learned in school aside from the fundamentals that you use today.

How to think and reason things out for myself

Was that knowledge worth 8 hours a day, 180 days a year for 13 years?

I went on to college and then got two masters degrees from which I have built a pretty good career so, yes

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gamephreak5 3 points ago +3 / -0

College is completely worthless and useless BS.

It's better to just go to a trade or vocational school and get a job that way. you'd make more money than whatever college can do (which is nothing)

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Yam_nation 1 point ago +1 / -0

I assume you are overlooking STEM

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LordKuroTheGreat 1 point ago +1 / -0

Most STEM has been riddled with holes from woke termites chewing away at it just like every other subject. The apprenticeship idea would probably work just as well with chemists as it does with carpenters. Better than them just being intellectual thugs for hire who fake studies for grant money, at least.

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CrimsonClown 1 point ago +2 / -1

Lmao, someone seriously down voted you for your answer.

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MasklessMarvel 2 points ago +2 / -0

yeah this site is slowly becoming r/hivemind

What the fuck do they know about my life?

i suppose i should have lied so as not to burst their bubble

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Isolated_Patriot 4 points ago +4 / -0

More kids can actually be easier to manage, as they do a pretty good job of entertaining themselves. Go to the park and look how hard the parents sitting on the benches are "working" to keep the kids entertained. Modern schooling isn't much different, just turn on a television for some propaganda, flip through a pre written propaganda book, shame the kid who dares to speak out of turn, and tell them all that they are smarter than their parents as long as they agree with your own political interpretations of current events.

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RedPilledRaven 1 point ago +1 / -0

Man what happened? Did he marry a teacher?

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Tread_not_on_me 1 point ago +1 / -0

At least 10 teachers at my hs were just there to coach high school sports lmfao. One football coach in particular was completely inept at life and was always giving us “motivational” speeches about not living with regret. He was just projecting because he was completely inept. That’s what we have to deal with

I never had his class cause I was AP track but I heard it was filled with “educational” movies and plenty of screwing around

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Lord_Karius 6 points ago +6 / -0

A guy from my circle in college ended up going back to school to be an elementary teacher after he failed initially. Nothing wrong with that, except this guy is a narcissistic moron who I wouldn't want teaching my children. Aside from his arrogance and narcissism, he was just plain vapid; empty of any substance as a human being.

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texas4ever 1 point ago +1 / -0

Exactly. Our teachers are not woke, haven't even had a moderate liberal one yet. But I would pull our kids instantly if they were to start that stuff.

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MasklessMarvel -2 points ago +1 / -3

Homeschooling is a huge threat to public education

It's a boon to public education. You are still paying but fewer kids means lower expenses

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booblitchutz 6 points ago +6 / -0

That would happen in a small decrease in public school attendance, but if significant numbers started homeschooling, it would be a threat.

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MasklessMarvel 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's never really going to hurt. They function off of property taxes

So home schooling paying for a service and then providing it yourself

#vouchers

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RedPilledRaven 3 points ago +3 / -0

Public schools hate homeschoolers because they get additional federal funds for each student. It’s why they encourage illegal aliens to attend.

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MasklessMarvel 2 points ago +2 / -0

but they don't have to buy books, have as many teachers and they would even save infrastructure costs

the biggest problem I have with public education are the illegal aliens

they just stick them in whatever grade kids there age would be in. they skip everything below.

So you have kids in algebra sitting their bored while the teacher is trying to teach addition to barely English speaking Pablo and Escuela

It cheats the kids out of an education and leaves them way behind when they get to college

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RedPilledRaven 1 point ago +1 / -0

We can all thank the Supreme Court. Try going to any other country illegally and enrolling in their school. Ain’t gonna happen.

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chinajoehasdementia 25 points ago +25 / -0

Exactly. Being out of place in a sick society is a good thing.

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Chopblock 8 points ago +8 / -0

Later in life: “Their kid is off diving the Great Barrier Reef all summer waiting for the Graduate Degree Program to start next year, but all their friends’ kids just started their sophomore year. Weird!

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GameStonks 2 points ago +3 / -1

Can confirm, well-educated and take Lexapro & Adderall.

Though I wouldn't describe it as crippling. I was already enjoying a successful career, happily married, and had a baby on the way before I went on meds.

Off meds: Wake up to a feeling of mild panic, like the realization that you left the stove on all night, go to work and spend all your willpower battling distractions, and come home mentally exhausted. Have a beer to relax, over-eat to compensate for the stress, and then stay up a couple hours too late because the ADHD demands its curiosities be indulged.

On meds: Wake up relaxed. Enjoy a cup of coffee while you wait for the Adderall to kick in. Go to work and kick ass with unrelenting focus. Feel great at the end of the day because you got so much done and you still have plenty of mental energy left over to share with the family.

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MasklessMarvel -10 points ago +1 / -11

Home schooled kids show decreased motivation and desire for achievement

And parents are not professional educators

Instead of pussying out, do what you should be doing and force the schools to change instead of isolating kids at home

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jsRQipx0jc

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Chopblock 13 points ago +13 / -0

Did you just try to ‘muh trust the professionals’ on patriots.win, in 2021?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA — you’re kidding, right?

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MasklessMarvel 1 point ago +1 / -0

Believe it or not, all of that college and having to study for a teaching certificate is not just so they can read out of a textbook

they teach kids things but they also teach them how to think

and they have the knowledge to recognize the needs of certain children

just because the NEA is a bunch of idiot diversity hires that think teaching is too much work does not make all teachers like that

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unaor 1 point ago +1 / -0

Read Dumbing Us Down by John Taylor Gatto.

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Chopblock 1 point ago +1 / -0

One of the tragedies of common core is that at heart it’s based on fantastic research and ideas — it’s abject failure is in the practical modalities, attempted standardization, and scaling across large groups.

The medical field has a similar problem with the team-based model.

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tentonbudgie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm all for good teachers. However, even one communist trans monocellularkin teacher means I'm taking my kids home.

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HowlinMad 10 points ago +10 / -0

Respectfully, sir, I have observed the exact opposite to be true.

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MasklessMarvel 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wait! Spock! Explain!

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RedPilledRaven 2 points ago +2 / -0

Most homeschoolers incorporate classes taught by “professional tutors” in topics they can’t teach. Typically with older students in a small group setting with other homeschoolers. It’s not hard to teach a kid hooked on phonics and basic arithmetic skills. Advanced math, science, etc. usually aren’t handled by a homeschool parent.

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gamephreak5 1 point ago +1 / -0

"Teachers" un public schools don't know SHIT! Screw em!

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pushbackv2 50 points ago +51 / -1

The real epidemic in this country was never COVID.

It was Munchausen by proxy from fucked up parents.

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ChocolateEvryday 10 points ago +10 / -0

slow clap

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tentonbudgie 38 points ago +40 / -2

No shit, homeschool is where it's at

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Chopblock 43 points ago +43 / -0
  • Superior educational outcomes (average full grade better, more college success)
  • Better career outcomes
  • More pleasant learning experiences
  • More free time, flexibility, and personal attention
  • No ‘falling behind’or being ‘held back’ (and accompanying discipline problems)
  • Reduced involuntary exposure to criminals and bullies
  • Less risk of criminal record or civil liabilities, including false accusations
  • No forced indoctrination or lowest-common-denominator peer pressures
  • Less schedule-wrecking for parents
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reagan2024 12 points ago +15 / -3

Now list disadvantages.

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Chopblock 31 points ago +31 / -0
  • Parents more likely to blame themselves for every problem
  • Tendency to “try hard” with backfiring results, especially early on
  • Some kids benefit from stricter scheduling than some parents will provide
  • Can be used as leverage against you in divorces
  • Social stigma (although this has severely declined in recent years due to increasing popularity)
  • Some difficulties finding and vetting good resources, especially non-‘religious’ or industry-grifter types.
  • Kids go through a period (usually around preteen years) where “the grass is greener” but you can’t enroll them in a ‘free sample’ of public school without trapping them in its bureaucratic grip
  • Sports leagues and clubs are often formed around public schools (also a declining trend)
  • Homeschooled kids tend to be less cowed by adult ‘authority’ and more conversant with (and often more knowledgeable than) adults, which can often present as disrespectful or powerfully rebellious behavior, particularly on issues that the child is still exploring (e.g. ’Just World’, Adult Hypocrisy, Double Standards)
  • Smart kids are better at subterfuge and deceit when pulling off teenage hijinks
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reagan2024 18 points ago +18 / -0

Homeschooled kids tend to be less cowed by adult ‘authority’ and more conversant with (and often more knowledgeable than) adults, which can often present as disrespectful or powerfully rebellious behavior, particularly on issues that the child is still exploring (e.g. ’Just World’, Adult Hypocrisy, Double Standards)

My youngest son is like this. He's 12 but he always keeps the adults on their toes. He challenges them on a lot of issues and many of them see it as defiant behavior. Oftentimes, what he's doing is nothing more than questioning the rules or pointing out some inconsistency in the adult's behavior. It seems the adults get uncomfortable with a child pointing out some error in their ways even if it's not done in a malicious way.

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Chopblock 17 points ago +17 / -0

Homeschooled kids don’t have the ‘lived experience’ with mindless bureaucracy that their public school peers do.

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reagan2024 0 points ago +6 / -6

I think it's important. Through public school, my kids have learned how to navigate social situations with a much wider variety of people than would be the case if they were homeschooled. I think most of their teachers are good teachers, but there are also some bad teachers and I think it's important that children learn how to deal with difficult people as well as easy going people. I just don't see that a homeschooled kid, who's interactions with adults are mostly limited to his mom and whoever his mom brings into the homeschool group, is going to be able to have as much tools to deal with adult interactions as a child who is exposed to a more diverse variety of social interactions.

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Chopblock 20 points ago +21 / -1

Except that none of the interactions your kid has at school are even genuine. Everyone is compelled to be there and would rather be somewhere else.

Well, except the pedophiles and authority-tyrants, I suppose.

If your child doesn’t have the choice to disengage they’re not learning “how to deal with difficult people”, they’re learning how to be forced into compliance, how to grin and bear it through unjust power imbalances, and how to manipulate government bureaucracy (usually by abusing rules and claiming victim status).

These are the lessons for developing ‘welfare queens’, not functional adults (current reality bears out this observation).

Homeschooled kids have more opportunity to meet adults who can mentor and model good behavior, both because they have far more free time and because their whole perception of ‘adults’ hasn’t been poisoned by exposure to the failures, nutjobs, sickos, and confederacy of dunces that inhabit the public school junglehouse.

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Aarg1 6 points ago +6 / -0

On the contrary kids who are homeschooled tend to be better socialized than other kids. This is thought to be because they have interaction with people ages 0-100 on a weekly basis. Kids who go to a school are only among kids their age and adults are only authority figures to them. My kids are homeschooled and can carry on conversations with their friends grandparents like they are peers. And I see schooled kids at the park who are older than my kids and have no idea how to talk to a 3 year old unless they have a sibling that age.

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roflcopt0rz_returns 7 points ago +7 / -0

George Carlin would be proud. One of the most prominent leftists of the past generation said how important it was to get children not merely to read, but to question what they read, to always question authority.

It’s too bad the other leftists didn’t get the memo.

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zooty 8 points ago +8 / -0

Kids go through a period (usually around preteen years) where “the grass is greener” but you can’t enroll them in a ‘free sample’ of public school without trapping them in its bureaucratic grip

Ours visited her cousin's school when we were visiting one time when she was around 12 or so. She was very happy to continue homeschooling after that (not that she had expressed any dissatisfaction).

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Chopblock 9 points ago +9 / -0

“In every instance, these parents attribute the alienation of their child(ren) from their (the parents') values to the college and, increasingly, the high school their child attended.

Moreover, not only are these children alienated from their parents' values, but they are often also alienated from the parent(s). One thing you learn when you become left-wing is to have contempt for those who hold other beliefs.

Had these parents known how their children would turn out, they would never have sent them to college — or even to the high school they attended. It appears, however, that no matter how many people lose their children's hearts and minds to left-wing indoctrination, and no matter how much information accumulates about the perversion of education in American schools, parents continue to take risks with their children they would never take in any other sphere.”

https://www.creators.com/read/dennis-prager/03/21/most-american-schools-are-damaging-your-child

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zooty 6 points ago +6 / -0

Yup. Note that the quote I have in my comment is not correct. I edited it but the site has not changed it. This was the correct one:

Kids go through a period (usually around preteen years) where “the grass is greener” but you can’t enroll them in a ‘free sample’ of public school without trapping them in its bureaucratic grip

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Alberta51stState 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wow you nailed it. Thank you for this.

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Decanter 7 points ago +7 / -0

Requires a dedicated teacher + parent, other than that I have a hard time finding negatives.

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TrumpAndGodWin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Instilling retreat culture, letting communist pedophiles indoctrinate an army of freaks that are made to hate you (instead of working together to make schools great again).

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reagan2024 2 points ago +2 / -0

That makes sense.

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MasklessMarvel -3 points ago +2 / -5

Home school kids have less motivation and desire for achievement

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HowlinMad 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol. Are you just spamming the same comment over and over?

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tentonbudgie 1 point ago +1 / -0

Meaning less anxiety?

It's harder to teach goals than fear.

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AStriker 3 points ago +3 / -0

I like this pede. As a homeschool mom I have exhausted myself arguing with friends & family over the issue of homeschooling in general. I don’t care what anyone thinks anymore; I know my children’s education is and will be far superior to that of what public schools can offer. It’s nice to see someone else who gets it. Does your family homeschool as well?

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MasklessMarvel -8 points ago +1 / -9

please provide cites for all of these

from professional sources, not groups with bias

several things on your list are N/A or complete bullshit

there are plenty of studies concerning home schooled kids

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Chopblock 6 points ago +6 / -0

I’d love to know which you think are not applicable or “complete bullshit”. Most of these issues are quite obvious and can be observed or easily reasoned.

I can’t really provide you a comprehensive source for every major category of public school failure — its a huuuuge topic. But here’s a smattering sample for each:

Education and career outcomes:

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/15582159.2017.1395638?needAccess=true&

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/freedom-learn/201406/survey-grown-unschoolers-i-overview-findings

https://healthresearchfunding.org/20-incredible-unschooling-statistics/

(Beware that getting clear stats for unschooling specifically can be somewhat like trying to get good data about vitamin supplements — the various parties all have different reasons for pushing, burying, or dismissing the question rather than answering it, and the answers themselves are influenced by many variables that are hard to control for.

The rapidly-growing home schooling community is somewhat wary of being lumped together with anyone being smeared as neglectful, the public school crowd has obvious interests, many Unschoolers themselves are the very types that reject the validity of standardized tests, and many sources are hosted by parties interested in selling curriculum or lesson plans, which unschooling stats don’t tend to help sell. There is a lot of variability and differing terminology that can also be used to describe similar or vastly different approaches.

So you will often see data listed for the home schoolers and only “underperformed” for the Unschoolers - this is typically a single ‘grade-level’ difference (and you can logically ‘cross-check’ by looking at unschoolers university activity). There are other considerations that the academics like to argue about like demographics, self-selection in study populations, value and accuracy of the testing metrics, etc.)

Anyways, I posted a couple starting points (I’m not an ‘unschooling advocacy activist’ btw).

Falling behind / held back:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/our-schools-got-rid-of-ap-courses-heres-why/2018/06/18/24018654-7316-11e8-9780-b1dd6a09b549_story.html

http://pubs.sciepub.com/education/1/8/3/

https://www.theedadvocate.org/10-reasons-the-u-s-education-system-is-failing/

https://www.publicschoolreview.com/blog/why-82-of-public-schools-are-failing

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/04/27/historic-drop-u-s-reading-math-scores-common-core-debacle/

Comfort / pleasant / personal:

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1433127

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/stressful-lives/201708/dealing-stress-school-in-age-anxiety

https://www.phillymag.com/news/2019/02/04/teenage-anxiety-stress-epidemic/

https://www.wbur.org/commonhealth/2014/02/17/newton-suicide-stress

https://pdxparent.com/the-mental-impact-of-school-lockdown-drills/

https://www.healthline.com/health-news/social-distancing-effects-on-social-development

https://www.thegraidenetwork.com/blog-all/2018/8/1/teacher-bias-the-elephant-in-the-classroom

https://www.classsizematters.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Examining-the-effect-of-class-size-on-classroom-engagement-and-Teacher-pupil-interaction-Differences-in-relation-to-pupil-prior-attainment-and-primary-vs.-secondary-schools.pdf

Dangerous:

http://projects.sun-sentinel.com/2018/sfl-parkland-school-shooting-critical-moments/#nt=oft12aH-1la1

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2019/dec/02/school-surveillance-us-schools-safety-shootings

http://www.aqeny.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/School-to-prison-pipeline-report_final.pdf

https://ra.nea.org/business-item/2016-pol-e01-2/

https://nij.ojp.gov/topics/articles/what-do-data-reveal-about-violence-schools

https://sites.psu.edu/aspsy/2017/03/26/violence-in-schools-what-is-going-on/

https://drrichswier.com/2015/09/18/pedophiles-in-american-public-schools-and-universities/

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/forgotten-study-abuse-in-school-100-times-worse-than-by-priests

https://education.seattlepi.com/statistics-gangs-schools-2199.html

Forced indoctrination / harmful:

http://www.swaraj.org/multiversity/gatto_7lesson.htm

https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB122212856075765367

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/socialism-education

https://www.reuters.com/article/usa-education-investment/private-firms-eyeing-profits-from-u-s-public-schools-idUSL2E8J15FR20120802

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MasklessMarvel 2 points ago +2 / -0

very interesting

I have seen journal studies indicate some of your data is false and some are unprovable with (real) scientific data

but your point is made

You bring up another good point

The dems socialist buddies in the NEA don't want to have to actually educate kids. They just want them to memorize the answers to standardized tests

Because that is all they need to be "successful"

But not all teachers are NEA and not all NEA members think this way

A friend of mine lives in a city of about 25k

Her daughter attended an "endowed" high school. It was a public high school that had been given a monetary gift by a benefactor

that school had a harder grading scale than normal schools.

Thus it is consistently among the top performing schools in the country

It was no1 but I don't know if it still is

So you can't paint all schools with the same broad brush

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America1stAndOnly 1 point ago +1 / -0

please provide cites for all of these

What do you think this is your own personal classroom and you get to play teacher and hand out assignments to us?

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MasklessMarvel 0 points ago +1 / -1

you must have been home schooled

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America1stAndOnly 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wrong, a word you're likely overly familiar with.

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Massive_Reaction 30 points ago +34 / -4

“But if I don’t send my child to public school how will they be well socialized?” - some weak sauce ‘conservative’ parent somewhere.

Hold up, wait a minute, let us put some thought in it!

You want your child to be well socialized?
Socialized.
SOCIALIZED.
Socialized by the government.

I see. Huge brain!

Public school is abuse.

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Chopblock 36 points ago +37 / -1

Public schools never have provided a good atmosphere for socialization. This latest madness is just the next stage of node-human signal-zombie social engineering.

The only place that people encounter another social setting like that of a public school is in jail and prison. Everything about school socialization — even before the CCP virus — was artificial, involuntary, and contrary to the prevailing norms of human societies throughout history.

It’s little wonder that separating children from their parents, family, neighbors, & real friends, dropping them into a locked-down environment consisting only of equal-age random peers and public sector union bureaucrats, and exposing them to corporate committee produced leftist indoctrination, ‘zero-tolerance’ brutish micromanagement, no-recourse bullying risk, and Byzantine interference with every aspect of ‘extra-curricular’ activity and parental interactions creates a culture of shallow and vapid ‘popularity contest’ tyranny, an educational wasteland, and an emotional pit of idiotic conformism, pointless rebellion, depression, hopelessness, thuggery, dependence, and physical abuse.

Unschoolers — kids who undertake NO formal instruction or curriculum of any kind, and simply go about learning things they are self-motivated to research, test within a single grade level of their public school age peers.

Home schoolers do significantly better.

There aren’t any solutions to fix public schooling, any more than there are solutions to fix communism. They were set up as a culture destruction system from the get-go (First Native American Indian tribes’ culture, and then non-factory-work American independent ‘hand-crafting’ culture, then others...)

Every public schooling system in almost every age in history has a ‘founder’ who unabashedly designs it and promotes it around some contemporaneous social engineering concept unrelated to actual student learning and education.

When the system is enacted or experiences growth, the earlier loudly-proclaimed justification is buried or sidelined, and a rhetorical shift occurs where everyone who participates pretends that it is designed to benefit and prosper each individual student, and that everything else is secondary necessity to achieve that concern.

But they all know this Is a hypocrisy, because once established, no amount of reason or evidence will make them brook the slightest challenge to the bureaucratic assemblage; meanwhile the curriculum, student experience, grading, extracurriculars and disciplinary measures can change at the slightest whim, or even for no reason whatsoever.

The unschooler data shows that if we abolished the entire public school system we’d be no worse off as far as student outcomes, and we’d save trillions of dollars we’re wasting on maintaining a pretend fantasy that this relic artificial system is some kind of pillar for maintaining our civilization, when it’s actually a key factor in our destruction.

Trillions that could be spend delivering free internet learning to every child, and a huge private marketplace for learned instruction. We could be living the idealized dream of every Greek scholar with a ‘library of Alexandria’ containing every book ever written at our fingertips (Google has already digitized them but locked them away to “protect copyright”) and the best private tutors for any subject on demand (the classical form for education), but instead we’re putting transgendered imbeciles into women’s locker rooms to play injuryball, locking children into prison home rooms for the best part of their lives, and censoring everything except monetized product unpackaging videos and video-game livestreams like the brawndo-swilling simpletons of Idiocracyall because brainwashed boomers tear up when they think back to kissing their first girlfriend behind the gym stands.

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Massive_Reaction 18 points ago +18 / -0

Dear god that was well written.

If only people realized how much money we spend on an education that has worse results then literally refusing to educate your child at all.

If you want just one example of the extraordinary corruption that exist within the public education system just consider that math and history textbooks get a new addition every single year! Math which literally does not change except at the highest levels of education far further than 99.9% of people will ever get and certainly not before they’re in college. And history which should not change, but as we know the left is constantly changing it.

If the government was looking to provide good education at a fair price they could easily have chosen to pen a series of standardized textbooks by subject , they then could have chosen to allow any book publisher to print these books for kids to buy. If they would’ve done this the average book would probably run 5$ to $10. More expensive special additions could be made that include material above and beyond what the government had written. Every five or so years the government could revisit the books and adjust them if needed. And because these books would be standardized across the country it would be easy for concerned parents to speak up if they believe the government was putting anything false into the books.

Now I know some people would feel very uncomfortable with the government writing all of our textbooks. And I agree, i’m simply saying that the above option is better than what they currently do! Let’s take a look at how it works TODAY!

The government uses its power to make books MORE expensive. The government doesn’t say what the books should say, but they do mandate a series of “minimum requirements“. The only people made aware of these requirements are people in the industry that make the books or a few Watch dog groups that give a shit, but there are so many textbooks available they all say the same government crap in different ways that it’s impossible to form any coherent argument against the textbooks. What this means is hundreds of different textbook publishers are writing affectively the same exact information, but each of them gets to sell their book as a completely unique product. These textbook manufacturers then enter into exclusive deals with your local district so that only those books can be sold to that campus! A simple high school math book can cost upwards of $200!!! Every year a new edition of these books is released, often times the only thing changed is the page number! Our schools small schools spend tens of thousands of dollars ever year on books that are “technically different“ but still contain the same exact information that the government mandated anyways.

So instead of standardizing in a way that would lower education costs, lobbyists managed to get the government to standardize in a way that would actually raise the cost of education. Our politicians get kickbacks on overpriced books.

Why did I spend such a long time talking about textbooks?
Because textbooks are only one facet of our labyrinthian, antiquated, arcane Government mandated indoctrination program. If you look at any element of the public school system you will find endless waist and stupidity.

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Chopblock 7 points ago +7 / -0

The big textbook companies also run the testing, and they design their tests to reward recognizing specific phrases and examples that are only included in the latest textbook revisions, creating a perverse incentive for schools to needlessly “upgrade” because doing so directly affects their test scores, which in turn affects their funding.

Needless to say, they’re big Bush, Clinton & Obama ‘partners’, British and Saudi funded multinationals that rose up suddenly through financialized market consolidation in the early 2000s, and were the biggest lobbyists and direct beneficiaries of ‘No Child Left Behind’ and ‘Common Core’.

It’s the 21st century clown world, and everything’s a scam that gets more egregious, more brainless, and more government-enabled the deeper you look.

https://www.alternet.org/2013/07/corporations-profit-standardized-tests/

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MasklessMarvel -2 points ago +2 / -4

But, OMG, just like everything else, let's not take any action to change things

let's just run away

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Chopblock 7 points ago +7 / -0

You can work to reform prisons without seeking to become incarcerated.

Personal tutoring is the classical form of education that worked best throughout history. The form of modern public schooling (and its private imitators) is a perversion of real education, and it is fundamentally flawed. It should be abolished and replaced with a model that can actually work.

That’s not “running away” — it’s fighting to make the change, in order to save your children from the disaster that this institution is delivering.

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MasklessMarvel 1 point ago +1 / -0

Personal tutoring is the classical form of education that worked best throughout history.

Actually kids got the best education in one room school houses

With all grades in one room, the teacher was supplemented by the older kids who would help the younger kids

I.e. the teacher was not the only one who could give them individual attention

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Chopblock 1 point ago +1 / -0

The ‘one room schoolhouse’ is a phenomenon of the last 300 years, but your point about the mixed ages stands.

There are some public schools that still use that format (most due to population size). I had the occasion to visit one that happened to exist in a situation where it lived side-by-side with ‘standard’schools, and though I didn’t have access to data I could tell by interaction that the kids were outperforming their peers.

I think it has to do with the tutoring effect — the act of attempting to translate concepts into more simple, concise, or illustrative language demands increased cognitive processing and results in better recall; peer-group attention — children care far more about pleasing their slightly older peers than they do about adults; and participatory achievement — older kids who have invested time helping the younger ones feel satisfaction from helping them and have a stake in doing so, thus creating incentives for generating great esprit de corps.

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reagan2024 -6 points ago +1 / -7

Public schools never have provided a good atmosphere for socialization.

I think that just for the fact that children in public schools are exposed to a greater variety of people from different backgrounds offers reason to consider it a good atmosphere for socialization.

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Chopblock 11 points ago +11 / -0

Are they, though? Different backgrounds being presented is only valuable in a context where good lessons are drawn from the experience, and the opposite of that happens in institutionalized settings.

The modeled behavior and peer pressure is divisive and cliquey, bullying and exclusionary (and teachers & staff tend to disturbingly engage with and fall into the same behavior). Kids are exposed to cultural differences at their worst expression (bus behavior, gangs, slurs), not their best (such as ethnic or cultural community festivals and religious ceremonies, where talent is on display and behavior is codified and regulated by interested adults). In many schools, kids are forced into race-based groupings simply for protection, similar to prisons.

What rhetoric is offered in a school setting rings hollow and insincere (muh diversity), ignores observed reality and fairness (zero-tolerance), and nowadays actively encourages racism and teaches hate (DEI, “anti-racism”, “white fragility”).

Finally, you can provide this opportunity in a safer, voluntary, and self-directed way simply by participating in things like BSA, 4-H, or visiting a new church, etc.

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reagan2024 -3 points ago +2 / -5

Are they, though? Different backgrounds being presented is only valuable in a context where good lessons are drawn from the experience, and the opposite of that happens in institutionalized settings.

Good lessons can be drawn from any experience. You can teach children to learn from all experiences.

The modeled behavior and peer pressure is divisive and cliquey, bullying and exclusionary (and teachers & staff tend to disturbingly engage with and fall into the same behavior).

While I don't think bullying or other behavior is bad at the schools my children go to, I would rather them learn about bullying or peer pressure dynamics now rather than not at all and then later be sideswiped when they become adults and leave my supervision. I don't want to raise them in a controlled environment that doesn't prepare them for the kinds of things (even bad things) that they could encounter as adults. I'd rather them learn to deal with a middle school bully now, than to never encounter a bully, and then have to figure out how to deal with a bully as an adult.

That's not to say I'd let my kids get beat up by bullies. And that doesn't happen.

It's good for a kid to learn how to deal with the asshole kids as much as it's good for them to learn to get a long with the good kids.

What rhetoric is offered in a school setting rings hollow and insincere (muh diversity), ignores observed reality and fairness (zero-tolerance), and nowadays actively encourages racism and teaches hate (DEI, “anti-racism”, “white fragility”).

I agree. And children can be raised by their parents to observe that kind of rhetoric but not accept it. And that rhetoric is how a lot of America is, so why hide kids from it now and prevent them from having to approach it? I'm not going to ignore that wokeness and SJW stuff exists and I'm not going to hide it from my children. Instead I talk about it with my kids and we learn what's wrong with it. By being exposed to it now and having ongoing conversations about it with me, they have a better picture of what things are like in the "real world" and they know how to deal with it. I don't want my kids to be sheltered from it. I want them to learn how to deal with it head on.

A lot of people seem to have this idea that if you send kids to public schools they are going to become SJW trannies. I think it all comes down to how you parent the kids. There's LGBT kids in public schools, but guess what? - they have SJW woke parents.

Public school can provide a excellent first hand lessons on bureaucracy and social dynamics that no text book or lesson from homeschool can.

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Chopblock 4 points ago +4 / -0

Your argument can equally be applied to a concentration camp or torture chamber (and has been — see Victor Frankl). Making the best of a bad situation doesn’t mean that creating a bad situation is a good thing.

And if you send your kids to public school, you ARE letting them get beat up by bullies — ‘zero tolerance’ policies have this exact effect.

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reagan2024 0 points ago +1 / -1

You're obviously prone to hyperbole if you are comparing public school to a concentration camp or a torture chamber.

And you're telling me that I let my kids get beat up by bullies? When did they get beat up by bullies?

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Chopblock 2 points ago +2 / -0

You mean to tell me that you don’t understand how the statement that your argument applies equally well to a concentration camp as it does to a school was a comment on the worth of the argument, and not a direct comparison of the things to which it can be applied? Even when I restated the problem with the argument in the very next sentence?

(I should note that with masking, ‘social distancing’, oppressive security, surveillance, Vaxx shots, and non-stop Marxist indoctrination, there are some schools where the comparison to a prison camp would be less hyperbole than you might think, especially since the children there have no choice, no rights, and no true understanding or ability to make informed consent.)

To your second question, I reply this: If a kid came up and throws a punch at your kid, is your kid allowed to block the punch and pin the attacker to the floor? Or would your kid be subjected to disciplinary action by the school virtually the same as if your child had committed assault? Zero tolerance policies everywhere provide a pretty clear answer.

Now, once any bully knows that policy is in effect, they are able to take advantage of it, and will do so given their bullying nature makes them good at exploiting power differentials (your 4.0 student risks more stakes than they do in every violent encounter).

Thus your kid is placed into a situation where they are already beaten, by any and every bully. If they don’t actually suffer violence it’s due to them having paid the price in some other way, by expending social capital, surrendering ground, silencing themselves to avoid conflict, giving up their lunch money, lowering their profile, etc.

It also means they can get a beating anytime a bully chooses. Doesn’t that mean you’re letting it happen?

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pushbackv2 10 points ago +10 / -0

So damn true. Outsourcing responsibility of the raising of your children to the state and then using a lack of time or money as your reasoning for doing so is the weakest fucking shit I could imagine.

Your kid's well-being and mental health isn't as high on your priority list as you want people to believe it is.

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Massive_Reaction 13 points ago +13 / -0

My favorite arguments against homeschool!

"I would like to raise my kid, but I'm preoccupied." - 'Super mom'

"My kids school, that follows federal standards, is different and better than other schools that follow those same standards." - Dad that goes to some PTA meetings

"I want my kid to have good socialization and not be weird" - 'Single mother on anti-depressants'

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MasklessMarvel 1 point ago +3 / -2

"I am a Patriot and I am tired of this shit" - these people

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jsRQipx0jc

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MasklessMarvel -3 points ago +2 / -5

Outsourcing responsibility of the raising of your children to the state and then using a lack of time or money as your reasoning for doing so is the weakest fucking shit I could imagine.

The average work day is nine hours. The average school day seven hours

So, to give your child an equivalent education as public schools means you are tired uo 16 hours a day. Throw in 8 hours of sleep and that's it- no time to even be a parent

So do home schooling parents just quit their jobs and stop having their own life?

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DrCowboyPresident 9 points ago +9 / -0

The average work day is nine hours. The average school day seven hours

So, to give your child an equivalent education as public schools means you are tired uo 16 hours a day.

You're assuming a private citizen is as inefficient as Government bureaucracy. Which is not smart at all.

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Chopblock 5 points ago +5 / -0

Parents already do the lion’s share of teaching through daily homework assistance — they just have to waste a lot of their precious time conforming to a school’s needless ‘make-work’ exercises.

Every parent should go through an average day of their kid’s school schedule and tally up the time they spend getting individualized instruction from a teacher (and separately, non-‘housekeeping’ group instruction).

It will be measured in minutes or even seconds.

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pushbackv2 4 points ago +4 / -0

You're basing norms off of two things that aren't universal:

A. Not everyone works a 9-5 job B. Not everyone goes to school for seven hours

Did you want to be average growing up? I certainly didn't. Why are we taking about averages?

The parents I know that homeschool their kids or have a private teacher for their children do it for 3-4 hours. Crazy how efficient you can be when you have ownership of the curriculum. They also have much more time freedom because they phased out of the traditional job world and started their own businesses when they realized they couldn't live out their values working for someone else's company.

I value having ownership and choices in life, providing an amazing life for my family and financial abundance. Choices to me look like having a private teacher or home schooling my kids. Those may not be your values, but they're mine. Everyone is free to pursue their own values. I still think it's weak to use lack of time or money as a reason to not live out what's important to you. Figure out a way to change your situation by learning from people who have the results you want.

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rothbard_ancap4trump 1 point ago +1 / -0

to give your child an equivalent education as public schools

Who in their right mind would try to copy the (intentionally) inefficient and boring public school curriculum? The public schools were designed to bore and demoralize kids.

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jennyfrutex 9 points ago +9 / -0

"Socializing" means kids learning to relate to their peers. But it doesn't require public school. Church; youth groups; community choir and orchestra; book groups; 4-H and scouting.

It is important that kids learn the difference between relating to their peers and relating to adults. But that absolutely does not mean they need to be in public school. There are ample chances for homeschooled kids to build social skills.

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Massive_Reaction 6 points ago +6 / -0

To the average public school teacher socialization it means indoctrination.

If you listen to the media you will notice they want to use schools to “adjust” children, and marking sure they aren’t exposed to “extreme” ideas.

Public school is and always has been the state’s propaganda program, it’s just that the government has only recently become horrible enough for people to notice.

And yes I agree that children should have friends, and that there are far healthier options than school. I also agree that’s it’s important that children learn how to interact with adults, a concept that is mostly missing in the school environment.

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flashersenpai 2 points ago +3 / -1

Why would anyone want kids learning how to be good people from other kids? And why would they need to learn to relate to kids when they are in the process of not being kids anymore?

Why teach them a "skill" that's going to be useless for the majority of their life?

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jennyfrutex 1 point ago +1 / -0

Kids learn the basic negotiations of society from their peers. A group of kids has to come to a consensus in order to do something as simple as play a game, and in an environment like recess, they have to self-organize and agree on rules enough that the group can function. It's not just learning to relate to kids. It's learning to relate to peers. That's a very different social skill than relating to authority figures like parents, or other siblings of different ages. It teaches kids that not everyone has to be an authority figure, and it also gives them important chances to argue for themselves and build some independence.

Again: not singing the praises of public school here. Just trying to point out that kids learn fundamental skills by interacting with other kids, and a good homeschool program includes healthy venues for that.

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zooty 8 points ago +8 / -0

"I was concerned about that too so now every morning, I rough them up and steal their lunch money"

--homeschooler joke.

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ViagraFalls 3 points ago +3 / -0

People speak in euphemisms using terms like good schools and good neighborhoods. Really it just means more white people (maybe East Asians in some places). Did you know the most common type of "bullying" is black on white? The children of diversity units are quite frequently pieces of shit you should not want your kids around.

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TaxDollarsHardAtWork 22 points ago +23 / -1

We need to get back to our roots.

Homesteading, Homebirthing, Homeschooling.

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Formerlurker92 13 points ago +16 / -3

I don't know about that middle one. Drugs and doctors make it easier and help when something goes wrong

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TaxDollarsHardAtWork 13 points ago +14 / -1

Might want to take a look at the documentary "The Business of Being Born".

The medical system wants you to think that you cannot do without them.

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BrakeRemovalMechanic 2 points ago +2 / -0

My daughter would have died if we hadn't been at a hospital. It was a normal birth with no risk involved however she had somehow managed to wrap her umbilical cord around her neck. Every contraction caused her heart rate to go haywire. Turned into an emergency c-section faster than my wife could process the information. Other than my wife being traumatized for a bit everything turned out OK.

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Liberty4All 9 points ago +9 / -0

Modern medicine has drastically reduced the death rates of both mothers and babies.

I most likely would have lost my first child if it had been a home birth. Everything seemed fine until very late in labor, too. One of my cousins tore badly during birth - she was bleeding so severely that if she had not been at a hospital or within a few minutes of one she might have bled out.

I know the policies of hospitals during the scamdemic have been inhumane (sometimes downright inhuman!) towards birthing mothers and their families. They have turned what should have been the joyful welcoming of a baby into the family to a lonely and stressful experience. That has probably contributed to the renewed interest in homebirthing.

But homebirthing is inherently riskier than hospital birth. I don't have a problem with women choosing to give birth at home. But I hope they will at least have a knowledgeable, certified midwife to help and a hospital nearby in case mother or baby runs into problems. Giving birth to a baby in a remote home is a big risk, since it means you have nowhere to get help quickly if it's needed.

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redbeard 3 points ago +3 / -0

Midwife < ICU team.

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ObamasLooseButthole 2 points ago +2 / -0

As someone who is pregnant with my first, I really wish I would have just went past your comment without reading. Now I am waaaaay more scared than I already was.

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Liberty4All 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm so sorry to add to your anxiety!

Odds are very, very much in your favor that your birth will go perfectly fine. Although I did tell you about two bad experiences, everyone came out okay in the end. And to put it in perspective, I have four healthy children. My sister, nieces and cousins (I come from a big family) had many more safe deliveries.

Just keep up with your prenatal care, exercise, rest, and diet according to your doctor's recommendations as best you can.

I know it's hard not to worry. All of those pregnancy hormones make it harder than usual to control your emotions. Some anxiety about childbirth is normal, especially for a first-time mother. But do your best not to worry too much - excessive doesn't do any good for you or your baby.

Distract yourself when you're stressing out. Try to think of your beautiful baby on the way - imagine holding him or her for the first time. Prep the nursery. Exercise. Listen to music. Read to your baby (baby can't understand what you're reading, but knows and loves the sound of your voice already). Snuggle with your husband. Talk with friends. Take a relaxing bath. Whatever is good for you and calms you down.

I do recommend that you not let others - not even your husband - dictate how you give birth. Many women can handle the pain without medication, but many can't. Do not let someone else shame you out of asking for relief if you need it; pain relief will not hurt your child. YOU are the best judge of what you need during labor.

Pretty soon you'll be enjoying cuddling your baby and waiting expectantly for that first smile!

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ObamasLooseButthole 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thankyou I'll remember all of this. I'm only 11 weeks so I still have a long way to go. Definitely saving this comment though because I'm sure I'll need it down the road.

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redbeard 4 points ago +4 / -0

Agreed. Two of my kids would have probably died in a homebirth. Otherwise try to avoid the medical system, emergencies aside.

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MasklessMarvel 1 point ago +2 / -1

oh please

having baby is not a disease

an Indian (🪶) woman would be out chopping wood

she would go into labor, have the baby, wrap it in a blanket and go back to chopping wood

other mammals have babies in pastures, woods, swamps, arctic wastelands etc

it's no big deal

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Formerlurker92 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'll agree, it's so easy a caveman can do it. But theres the edge cases like umbilical chord wrapping, some premature babies, and children with birth defects. All of whome can be saved with medical intervention

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Isolated_Patriot 3 points ago +3 / -0

But there's the edge cases

Had one, went to the hospital when it was actually necessary. There is no reason for every single mother to give birth in the hospital just because "edge cases." High stress is bad for a pregnancy, low stress is better. Hospitals are high stress environments, your home is low stress.

But this is one, single, area that Canada has a better system than the US. Midwives here have admitting privleddges and usually a personal rapport with the hospital staff. In the case of an emergency, they can get the mother into direct care with only a few extra minutes over being in the hospital.

Hospitals have tighter timelines on when to start forcing a birth through intervention, which is more often completely unnecessary, painful, and higher risk. But they have MONEY to worry about, your risk means nothing if they can get that room freed up. Midwifes have more relaxed timelines, and are willing to wait till the baby is ready.

Again though, midwifery in Canada is treated as an actual medical profession, not just some random hippy woman who decided she was going to deliver babies in a hot tub.

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MasklessMarvel 2 points ago +2 / -0

which is why god gave us 911

the operator will give you instructions while the medics are on their way

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reagan2024 4 points ago +4 / -0

You forgot Homebrewing.

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TaxDollarsHardAtWork 3 points ago +3 / -0

Holy crap! You're right!

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usa_foot_print 4 points ago +4 / -0

I’d be hesitant about home birth. My latest son had an umbilical complication and no one would perform a home birth because of it.

Good thing because it required an emergency C section. Kid would have died in birth. The one thing the medical community has gotten right is infant mortality.

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MasklessMarvel 2 points ago +2 / -0

The one thing the medical community has gotten right is infant mortality.

especially since they kill so many with abortion

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MasklessMarvel 3 points ago +5 / -2

the original public schools were one room school house

high school graduates today could not a candle to what kids learned in one room schools

this is because the grades were mixed together and the older kids helped the younger kids

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ObamasLooseButthole 2 points ago +2 / -0

Homebirthing

As someone who is pregnant with my first. I think I'm gonna let the trained doctors handle it and not Marge from down the road.

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TaxDollarsHardAtWork 2 points ago +2 / -0

We've had three. It sounds scary but it's not. And we didn't use "Marge from down the road" we hired professional midwives.

Since you're on your first I would recommend giving this documentary a watch just so you educate yourself of the medical industry and it's practices in birthing. Remember this is the same medical industry pushing us to take the frankenjab.

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ObamasLooseButthole 1 point ago +1 / -0

Marge from down the road is a real person and professional midwife. She's done it for decades.

And it's scary whether it's with a doctor or a midwife(it is to me at least) and I want to be surrounded by doctors if something goes horribly wrong for my baby during it.

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TaxDollarsHardAtWork 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just be sure to watch the documentary to educate yourself. Doctors like to use scare tactics on people like they are doing now with the Plandemic.

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ObamasLooseButthole 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'll watch it, I like to keep an open mind but I'm pretty set in my ways for this one.

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Frog_Anne 3 points ago +3 / -0

Congratulations on your pregnancy, that's wonderful!

I think it's fine to prefer going to a hospital. It's already stressful enough without adding another worry. I also think it's really helpful to have an experienced advocate on your side. The two sides both have a point - if something goes wrong, it's better to be close to doctors, and they can do amazing things; also, sometimes our hospitals can err on the side of intervention before it's really needed, or push the birthing mom into things she didn't want and aren't necessary. An advocate who can help you with a good birth plan, and help you and your husband prep a list of questions/decisions to have ready beforehand can really set your mind at ease and help you have the best experience.

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TaxDollarsHardAtWork 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thank you for being open-minded. Just remember that the medical industry is being weaponized against us. The industry that's in charge of how you give birth is the same one that is bringing us the forced-vaccinations and vaccine passports. It is medical tyranny.

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pray4peace4 17 points ago +17 / -0

Both of mine were home schooled. It's not easy if you want to do a good job of it. You need subscription legal representation of a specialist attorney in order to protect you against local public schools trying to turn you in to Child Protective Services, as well as from threats from schools trying to label your kids as truant. You need to join together with other home schooling parents to provide joint play/socialization times for your kids. This last thing is extremely important because lack of friends is one of the biggest complaints of home schooled kids. And... non-home schooled kids will label your kids as creeps & shun them, even in church settings, so you have to transition your kids at just the right time & place.

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Massive_Reaction 12 points ago +12 / -0

I think you're scaring people off with how you just made that sound. As long as you aren't some kind of weird fucker who lock their kids in the basement and refuses to let them have friends or bring them to events to hang out with other people, they will be fine. Public school can and does have just as many (and I believe far more) negative consequences as homeschooling

My little brother is home schooled, he is in a band, he just graduated high school at 17 (a year early), has a girlfriend, he is an eagle scout, and he is very popular in his church group, he was also dual enrolled in a local college so he has 30 college credits done, he graduated with a 4.4 GPA. My brother is objectively happier, more successful and has more friends being homeschooled than I did over a decade years ago in public school.

Public school turned me into a social wreck until my mid 20s, I barely graduated with a 2.7. I had very low self-confidence, and though I was stupid. Turns out I have an IQ in the upper 130. I graduated college with honors, I am married with a kid on the way, and am now working a great job.

Turns out I'm not the imbecile my public school teachers thought I was.

In my personal opinion public school was designed to destroy me as a person, something my brother is fortunate to have avoided.

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Mad_Hattie 6 points ago +6 / -0

HSLDA was a miracle for my family.

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OnlyTrump20 5 points ago +5 / -0

They say that you should never tell your kid's school that you are going to homeschool when you take them out. That puts you on their hit list. All you should say is you're moving your kid to another school. No info, no details and they have no authority to interrogate you about it. Also notify the school without going in person, because they will badger you and ask too many question. Just a simple written notice that you are moving your kid to another school.

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MasklessMarvel -9 points ago +2 / -11

And... non-home schooled kids will label your kids as creeps & shun them, even in church settings,

Because home schooled kids are selfish and think the world revolves around them because they have never had to compromise with any other children

Of course normal kids don't want to be around them

so you have to transition your kids at just the right time & place.

you have to transition your kids into society?

you are right because home schooling does not prepare kids to interact in society

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flashersenpai 5 points ago +5 / -0

In what universe does school prepare children for society? They can't even properly educate children, let alone protect them from violence.

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MasklessMarvel 1 point ago +1 / -0

you read a few articles about schools in commiefornia or some other blue cesspool and ALL SCHOOLS ARE LIKE THAT?

If that is true, why are their so few stories about it?

and why do the school almost always back down when confronted?

In what universe does school prepare children for society?

The one where life is not spent at home being coddled by mommy

The one where there is competitiveness and have a drive to achieve. Who do home school kids compete with, Fluffy the family cat? (If they don't have to compete, they don't have to achieve)

Oh, then there is teaching them that there are rules for interacting with people who are varied in their views, have different knowledge etc

And how to deal properly with those you disagree with

It's the place where children to learn there a more people they obligated to take direction from beyond mommy and daddy

That might come in handy if they get a job or even if they just want to stay out of jail

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SuperChicken 14 points ago +14 / -0

I hate communists

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Tookens 11 points ago +11 / -0

Took my daughter out of public school kindergarten more than 20 years ago and she never graced the inside of another public k-12 school. She's about to graduate with a 4.0 and a solid technical degree from a non-batshit-insane college. Would not change a single thing.

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Bidenstoilet 10 points ago +10 / -0

i homeschool my kids and ive seen their cognitive ability explode in the last year. i also get to tailor what subjects and books they. its fantastic, i work from home after i lost everything from covid (it was a disguised blessing, i own my own store now) and i get to watch my kids grow and i get to guide their education. eat my ass public schools. doesn't surprise me my state is attacking home schoolers now.

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2ndenthusiast 10 points ago +10 / -0

ironically i switched mine to a charter school to purge her of that bullshit. last day before summer her teacher told the class that china uses children like them as slaves. there are some good people trying to fix the system from inside.

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Mrs.Frostbite 10 points ago +10 / -0

It’s not easy. And sometimes I threaten to send them to school but lately they know that is a threat which will never happen. But our “weird” children are turning out just fine and gasp even have friends! You should have seen the 100+ who came to the grad party we had two weeks ago. Raising the next generation who will fix this mess.

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MasklessMarvel -1 points ago +2 / -3

they won't fix anything until parents stop this home school stuff and start taking action to make things change

for every home schooled kid there are 1000s of indoctrinated kids

those kids will become managers, coworkers, employers etc.

a home schooled kid will still be pressured into the woke joke, unless they want to lose their job

but go to school board meetings and let them know you don't like what they are teaching

just like this uber mom:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvutAgHtrF4

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flashersenpai 3 points ago +3 / -0

you should have realized that numbers don't matter by now. The rules are:

-The most intolerant wins -A highly motivated 10% is more useful than 90% of normies

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XERIPHYTE 9 points ago +9 / -0

This is the downfall to our society. We s Homeschooled our kids since 2016 and haven't looked back my oldest graduated this year and shes already working fulltime with a professional Hr company as an intern. I was able to support my family while my wife worked one on one with each kid. Best results come when you are able to spend time developing your kids with their morals and work ethic.

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Agni 8 points ago +8 / -0

My understanding is that schools get funded per pupil. When enrollment drops, the money to the school does too. Taking your kids out of public school creates a bottom line impact on the school.

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OnlyTrump20 6 points ago +6 / -0

They keep filling the schools with more foreign illegal kids.

Another reason you can't leave your kid in public school. They will be slowed down in their learning by foreign students who can't speak English.

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shadows_of_the_mind 8 points ago +8 / -0

My future kids will not

  1. Watch woke children’s TV or YouTube (think the Spider-Man x Elsa borderline cp videos that youtube let’s on the platform)
  2. Go to public schools just to learn racist CRT
  3. Be allowed to go to college if their degree isn’t for something that has marketable value

My future kids will

  1. Be encouraged to be active
  2. Learn how to operate and appreciate firearms safely. Even if they don’t enjoy guns, knowing how they work why we have them and how to use it safely is crucial
  3. Limit time on the internet or playing games
  4. Understand and appreciate American History and our nation’s values, and how they already apply equally to everyone
  5. Have a well rounded education in the literary classics and philosophy
  6. Be taught how to THINK CRITICALLY
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reagan2024 5 points ago +5 / -0

Wow, you deserve THE BEST FUTURE PARENT OF THE YEAR award!

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123breadman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Limit time on internet or playing games will prevent them from going on this site.

Kind of a double edged sword

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yudsfpbc 6 points ago +7 / -1

Ask yourself: Is it really "normal" for young kids to be stuck in a room 6 hours of the day with children their age, their only adult contact their teacher?

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Mad_Hattie 8 points ago +8 / -0

But muh Socialization!!!

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ImportantPerson -4 points ago +3 / -7

Yes. This isn't even trivial. We've had schooling this way for decades. Everyone who ever went to school went through this same or similar structure.

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flashersenpai 3 points ago +3 / -0

Dude, the government literally forces people to use public schools under threat of police intervention. That's "normalized" but it sure as hell isn't "normal."

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ImportantPerson -3 points ago +2 / -5

The alternative is child abuse.

If parents are actively preventing their kids from getting educations, that's child abuse. Homeschooling is one thing, but the reason why education is "forced" is so that kids grow up with at least some form of education and their parents don't completely fuck up their entire lives because they didn't get any schooling.

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Wyrmshadow 6 points ago +12 / -6

I went to military college with a kid that was homeschooled his entire life. He was so shy he totally locked up at any stressful social interaction. He showed me a picture of his Homeschool Prom: 3 dudes. Cringe.

The biggest danger of homeschool is the lack of peer interaction and how that effects social growth.

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farstriderr 15 points ago +15 / -0

This was me, except I didn't even have a prom. Public school. I don't think the type of school matters. My parents were pieces of shit basically. Parenting influences how a person turns out, not what kind of schooling they had.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/126241595789388071/

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ChocolateEvryday 12 points ago +12 / -0

This. I went to public school all 12 years. I always felt socially awkward. My parents weren't terrible or anything but they definitely weren't social butterflies either, so I had no one to really show me the ropes in a healthy way.

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BabyItcoldoutide 10 points ago +10 / -0

That was his parents fault.....get him involved in other programs, play sports....not into Sports?Chess club, neighbors, drama, art, history. Connect with other homeshcoolers and arrange informal play dates.

Lack of peer involvement is one of the most overplayed and misunderstood concepts - usually brought up by someone that doesn't homeschool or had an experience like you did and paints the whole thing with such a broad brush. When I was a kid, there was no home school - there were still shy kids, "sissies", nerds, bullies.

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jennyfrutex 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes! Homeschooling can be very good, but it means parents need to find healthy outlets and connections for social growth.

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Wyrmshadow 0 points ago +2 / -2

I was a shy kid. But this guy embarrassed me.

Really good dancer, had girls lining up for him at the country western dance club.

Sang loud and proud in church. No shyness in class.

Was a meek mouse when put in a stress situation.

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redbeard 1 point ago +1 / -0

Was he Mormon? Sounds like a typical Mormon "good boy" stereotype that some fall into.

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Wyrmshadow 1 point ago +2 / -1

No. I don't recall the denomination of the church we went to when I stayed with his family for Thanksgiving. Definitely not LDS.

I met a few during Field Training that were from BYU. Upstanding guys. 5 years older than the rest of us because of missionary work before going to college.

My guy looked like the banjo kid from Deliverence. Not kidding.

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usa_foot_print 4 points ago +5 / -1

Pretty bad parents. There are so many ways to socialize kids that don’t involve school.

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Wyrmshadow -2 points ago +1 / -3

His dad was a Professor of Rangeland Management at our Ag College.

Our cadet CO confronted him at the end of the year and said "You failed as a parent. You raised a pussy"

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Pinochet_Was_Right 2 points ago +5 / -3

Yup.

Had a few kids in military that were homeschooled. Were smart people but they were so out of touch with the rest of us. You could tell had very limited interaction with people their own age. I almost wanna say they were naive, and their ‘wholesomeness’ was off-putting. Though, they were also the ones that spent entire pay check on strippers and really took to alcohol and tattoos…

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Wyrmshadow 2 points ago +2 / -0

ROFL

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flashersenpai 0 points ago +1 / -1

Naive compared to "institutionalized" children though, so maybe that says more about public school kids.

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KARURUKA2 1 point ago +2 / -1

This guy is right.

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Formerlurker92 6 points ago +7 / -1

Kids in homeschooling might end up weird, but there's a far better chance they end up well adjusted than in sending them onto the altar of moloch, I mean public school

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usa_foot_print 5 points ago +5 / -0

Tbf weird in home school terms is much less weird than what they are doing in school

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GeoG85 5 points ago +5 / -0

Public school can work, but we are under Clown Tyranny.

The doctors are killing.

The teachers are stupifying.

Justice is a crook.

And the churches are Satanists.

It's so fuckin' stupid. When shit works, you go to the system. When they break it or act like children, you do it ghetto by yourself.

How fuckin' boring. I just feel it as a waste of the Human Race's time and potential. Willingly going in circles.

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flashersenpai 3 points ago +3 / -0

public school literally cannot work

it's the government. It never works.

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Slothboy 4 points ago +4 / -0

You also have the option of Private Christian School but the point stands.

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jennyfrutex 3 points ago +3 / -0

Whether kids are in a school or homeschooled, it's vitally important that parents be involved and aware. There are good schools, but there are also garbage schools, and parents are the first line of defense.

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OnlyTrump20 1 point ago +1 / -0

Even Catholic schools are full of secular teachers these days, so you have to shop carefully and find out exactly what they teach.

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KGB82 4 points ago +4 / -0

I always thought the kids I met who were homeschooled seemed more mature and sociable than kids in public school. Frankly, I felt like they were years ahead of us.

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mmYumFormrVPbidenCum 4 points ago +4 / -0

Nobody’s gonna point it out so I will… AMOGUS!!!!!

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ChocolateEvryday 3 points ago +3 / -0

This cartoon makes me so sad for all the Timmy's out there.

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ExileOnRedditStreet 3 points ago +3 / -0

More truth in this cartoon than you'll get from attending a year's worth of school board meetings.

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Kaiheitai 3 points ago +3 / -0

Democrats are just pedos posing as a political party.

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TrumpAndGodWin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Alex basically said that all Democrats mid level and up are pedos or had to do pedo stuff to be allowed into their position. And I assume, the RINOs/uniparty.

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reagan2024 3 points ago +3 / -0

If you can't send your kid to public school without your kid turning into a trannie commie then the problem is your parenting.

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BidenTouchedMe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Son goes to private school that doesn't teach cuck bullshit. He's six and it's summertime so I enroll him in summer camp at the community center. Told my wife to put him in the summer camp at the community church and she didn't listen. First day at camp he comes home and says some little gibs in training took his toy when he let her play with it. My son is a sweet passive kid because I teach him to respect everyone no matter what until there is a good reason not to. He has a shy streak like me. Guessing genetics. Once he gets to know people he opens up. The kicker to this is he looks at me confused and said the little girl had purple hair. I wasn't shocked. I told him not to take toys to summer camp and to not let the other kids beg for his snacks and drinks. These shitbag parents send kids to camp for the day with no snacks or drinks and my son being how he is gave one of his Gatorade to a begger. I had to explain to my kid as if I was teaching prison rules how you never give up your stuff to other kids or they keep begging and take advantage of you. I feel bad for these kids. They are abrasive and rude and are being raised by losers who stare at their phones while interacting with their kids. My son has tech but has strict limits. I'm working on teaching this kid how to be a passive respectful kid while also being able to hit a switch when he has to. I know he's uncomfortable with conflict but I tell him he has worse bumps and cuts and bruises on himself from being a daredevil then some little bully could ever inflict on him. He's starting to get it. He's gonna run into issues because he hS too much humanity for his age and it s ares me that he's interacting with kids with blank doe eyes and an inbred rudeness. It confuses my son. At school he's surround by all bright kids. Not at this camp. Just gonna let him face some adversity to see how it goes

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neurojerk 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm laughing and trying to not stick BBQ skewers in my eyes at the same time.

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Redpill-notCommieRed 2 points ago +2 / -0

Go on to the pedophile that they hired to drive the bus and learn from the divorced fat teacher that your race is the blame of everything wrong with people. The guidance councilor is doing a segment on drug use and how one can be successful even if you're a drug addict with special guest Hunter Biden and later the school is bussing kids over to the new "health clinic" for abortions.

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Wanderlust 2 points ago +2 / -0

Was just talking about this with my wife this week. She's feeling like she's not as good as a schoolteacher. I told her as long as she ain't actively poisoning their minds, she's in the lead.

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ChickenInspector 2 points ago +2 / -0

I mean, all she has to do is look for a curriculum online, brush up on some math.... and its not hard.

Best yet you can teach history without the propaganda.

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Wanderlust 2 points ago +2 / -0

My favorite lesson is on government. Whenever we get something from the government, I tell them to thank grandma and grandpa for their tax money.

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MAGADUDE 2 points ago +2 / -0

Damn... complete with a pedo symbol.

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MasklessMarvel 2 points ago +6 / -4

Instead of pussying out, do what you should be doing and force the schools to change instead of isolating kids at home

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jsRQipx0jc

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Nunyo 5 points ago +7 / -2

Yes, change the schools. While you fight your kids are already learning to hate themselves; groomed to become LGBTQP; Learn BLM; become marxists; your girls are in bathrooms and locker rooms with boys; math is racists so learning isnt hapening; and those are things you know about.

You can take your kids out AND fight. Your tax dollars are going to public education, you still have a say. You dont have to do one OR the other. Unions are strong the only way to get rid of unions is hit them by taking the money away, less teachers = less dollars.

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ImportantPerson -5 points ago +2 / -7

Or maybe people can realize that you as a parent can influence your children more than the schools can even with them in public schools.

I don't get this made up lie that if your kids are in a public school, they automatically turn into BLM loving Antifa and wanting to cut their dicks off. Every single one of those kids were failed by their PARENTS. Blaming the schools for that is fucking stupid.

Apparently not a single person these boards went through public school... no wait, that's not true. Gee, I wonder why they are here despite public schools... could it be because they aren't fucking morons.

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flashersenpai 3 points ago +3 / -0

Imagine arguing FOR government monopolies telling children what to think...

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ImportantPerson -3 points ago +2 / -5

Is that what you got out of my post?

I swear, there are more stupid kids showing up every day on this forum.

I'll dumb it down because apparently education failed on you.

BE A FUCKING PARENT AND IT'S NOT A PROBLEM.

You influence your kids more than schools do. If you are a shitty parent, then public schools can wreck your kids. If you aren't a shitty parent, then your kids will be fine because they'll see the bullshit for what it is.

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Nunyo 0 points ago +1 / -1

Feel free to send your kids to public school. It started where gays just wanted to be equal. Then, a teacher strips naked, the school covers it up and says an "individual" on campus causes a lockdown. To control, were a teacher was arrested for spraying disinfectant on a student for not wearing a mask properly to a boy being berated by a fat ass teacher for taking a mask off while eating. Them ending with a 10 year olds bus ride home to be slapped by the bus driver for not wearing the mask properly. But, go ahead and be a fucking parent and teach your children, because that's all you have to worry about, is their ideology. Not how their teachers treat them of how their peers see them.

https://hw.infowars.com/posts/watch-teacher-calls-6th-grader-a-dk-for-asking-why-straight-kids-dont-get-unicorn-cupcakes/

https://www.advocate.com/commentary/2018/9/14/when-lgbtq-educators-teach-straight-students

https://www.edutopia.org/article/supporting-gay-straight-alliance-middle-school

https://www.cbsnews.com/video/video-shows-teacher-strip-naked-chase-students-at-california-elementary-school/#x

https://www.rightjournalism.com/morbidly-obese-teacher-yells-at-a-skinny-vaccinated-student-for-not-wearing-a-mask-and-calls-him-a-jerk-receive-instant-justice/

https://www.breitbart.com/education/2021/01/09/teacher-arrested-spraying-student-disinfectant-mask-dispute/

https://www.cbs7.com/2021/05/18/caught-on-camera-bus-driver-slaps-student-over-mask-dispute/

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ImportantPerson -4 points ago +2 / -6

You are arguing exactly like a liberal. You see something that upsets you and then pretend that it's somehow the norm and that it will happen to every child if they go to public school. Here's a reality check for you, you're a fucking moron just like the liberals who try to argue that way.

I'm not a little bitch like you so if some teacher slapped my kid, he either probably deserved it or I'm not going to the school board, I'm going to the police station to file charges against the teacher. School board can't do shit when the cops show up. But you're a little bitch arguing like a liberal so you wouldn't do that. You wouldn't be able to stand up to it. The soy is too strong in you.

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Nunyo 1 point ago +1 / -0

First you state, "You are arguing exactly like a liberal" then continue with, "you're a fucking moron..." and "I'm not a little bitch like you..." which sounds just like a liberal with personal attacks.

On the other hand you say, "You wouldn't be able to stand up to it. The soy is too strong in you." But right before that you say that, **"if some teacher slapped my kid, he either probably deserved it ** or I'm not going to the school board, I'm going to the police station to file charges against the teacher."

Nope, not at all. There is no soy here and I'm not a bitch and neither is my husband. I'd follow the bitch home that slapped my 10 year old for not wearing a mask properly on camera in front of their peers and I'd solve that shit myself. Or calling my 6th grader a dick in front of the class and bring the news and my friends.

But you do you.

BTW personal attacks are what the left does. If you want to call me racist next, guess what, I'm not white.

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Nunyo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sending your children to public schools funds marxism. Look at how much money teachers unions give to communists, progressives, BLM, and marxists. You are funding those who hate you.

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ImportantPerson -3 points ago +2 / -5

Maybe you don't realize this but if I homeschool my kids, I'm still paying for public schools. School funding comes from taxes. In my case, it's property taxes. I am literally paying for schools right now where my kids do not go. I also can't "not" pay them.

Sometimes I forget just how young and inexperienced people are on these forums.

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Nunyo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe you didnt read my post.

You can take your kids out AND fight. Your tax dollars are going to public education, you still have a say. You dont have to do one OR the other.

less teachers = less dollars [for the union]

I see what happens in public school BECAUSE I WORK IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. I have worked in public schools for almost 20 years. I see what happens. I do not pay into unions anymore (thanks to a landmark case). I see what you dont and I have seen the progression of what is happening and where its going. I try to fight from the inside but every training tells white teachers they are racist and whites are racist. Teachers believe this, new teachers are the worst. They have been indoctrinated from elementary school.

If you think you can fight this system better, more power to you. I pray for you and your children.

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GameStonks 2 points ago +2 / -0

By weird, they mean courteous, responsible, and industrious.

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keepamericagreat102 2 points ago +2 / -0

They are shoving sexuality into kids now in schools. Insane level of it.

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redditadminssuckit 2 points ago +2 / -0

HAHAHAAAA

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XDingoX83 2 points ago +2 / -0

I am an atheist and if I had a kid I’d send them to catholic school.

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RememberIssacKappy 2 points ago +2 / -0

So happy we've still got some based comic artists left.

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Justsomedude 1 point ago +1 / -0

You don't love trannies, commies and tranny-commies? Guess you don't support the troops.

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BERETTA_9 1 point ago +2 / -1

...or send them to your local Catholic school so they don't turn into socially awkward rainmen

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Nunyo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Globalist school you mean.

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flashersenpai -1 points ago +1 / -2

Christianity is cucked, sorry to say

they got their ass whooped in the culture and aren't coming back

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IllKissYourBoobies 1 point ago +2 / -1

Just noticed the 'boy lover' symbol on the backpack.

Eesh.

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boredrandomguy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Unfortunately, there are also homeschoolers that push that woke shit on their kids too. I had a former coworker who did that and his wife was teaching not only their kids but other kids a bunch of fucked up woke shit from their home. They had some sort of coalition with a other woke people that would take turns with the group of kids and exposed a ton of tranny bullshit to those kids.

Last I heard, their 10 year old and 8 year old girls were on the path to "transitioning" into boys.

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flashersenpai 2 points ago +2 / -0

and that will be the last generation of their family to exist

oh well

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boredrandomguy 1 point ago +1 / -0

They will just continue grooming other people's kids.

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ChickenInspector 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was weirded out when I read that a leftist homeschooled their kid, but then it made sense when you said they were teaching other children. Leftists have some innate need to poison children's minds because of their craving for power and dominance. It's a form of abuse.

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KekistanPM 1 point ago +1 / -0

Tragic thing is a lot of people will read this comic and think "I don't get it."

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Saltynips 1 point ago +1 / -0

Damn stonetoss nailed it again

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AVeryNakedMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

How the fuck is this artist so on point so consistently.

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JennaDenver 1 point ago +1 / -0

I moved both of my kids to homeschool a week ago - it is so easy I am so angry I didn't do this sooner.

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elmerecido 1 point ago +1 / -0

kek

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WonkoTheInsane 1 point ago +1 / -0

He never misses

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RedPillMAGALegend 1 point ago +1 / -0

FAAAAAAAAGGGGSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!

We need to keep out children away from this confused perversion.

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45Geotus 1 point ago +1 / -0

Already do