Teaching Kids to be Cowards

A Greegie Award this week, for egregious stupidity in government, goes to the dolts who run Sir John A. Macdonald Jr. High School in Calgary, Canada.

As reported in the National Post, May 31, a 13-year-old boy saw two of his fellow students having an altercation. When one kid pulled a knife, the boy charged into the fray, knocked down the Jack the Ripper wannabe, and disarmed him.

For which he soon found himself in trouble with the school officials. Instead of saving someone from a knifing, school officials said, he should have run off and hunted up a teacher, explain the situation, yatta-yatta… and meanwhile some kid is doing a Ginsu demonstration on his classmate’s abdominal cavity. But the school, said school officials, “doesn’t condone heroics.”

Yes, this is the spirit of the Ecole Polytechnique Massacre of 1989, Montreal–in which a crazed gunman invaded a college campus with the loudly announced intention of killing women. He permitted the male students to flee for their lives while he shot the females: and flee they did. Perhaps the Ecole Polytechnique didn’t condone heroics, either. They certainly didn’t get any.

Please bear in mind that Canadian public educators do teach children that, potential fatal stabbings notwithstanding, when they see something really awful going down, like gender-stereotyping language or homophobia, they’re supposed to swing right into action.

You don’t have to be a president or a prime minister to destroy Western civilization. Every public school vice principal can do his bit .

7 comments on “Teaching Kids to be Cowards

    1. The good news is, there was still at least one kid in that school willing, at a moment’s notice, to risk his own life to rescue someone else. You used to get medals for something like that. Now you get detention.

  1. Well, that made me sick. I think a C. S. Lewis quote is in order:
    “We make men without chests and expect from them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honor and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful.” — The Abolition of Man
    That boy will probably never do something like that again. Voila! Another man without a chest is made. And I also wonder if, had a teacher risked his life to break up the fight, would he have been called a hero? This world is so confusing and messed up. The only thing that keeps me sane is clinging to the Rock and knowing that one day everything will be made right.

    1. Yes, do hang on–it’s a rough ride.

      Meanwhile, the public has rallied very strongly to this 13-year-old boy. I don’t think the numbskulls running his school will be able to convince him that he did the wrong thing. They’re probably just down-hearted because eight or nine years of public school still didn’t manage to turn this particular child into a vegetable. It’s dangerous to them for any child to display initiative, individuality, or courage. There is no place for such things in the Pwogwessive world.

  2. Great points. This is all part of “the protocols of the Talmudic elders of Zion” which all these Freemason Clubs are subservient to, for instance: “The Bilderbergers”, “the Committee of 300”, the ADL, the Bnai Berith, the Council of 17, the Council of 7, the Trilateral Commission, the Council of Foreign Relations, and the Jesuits in the Vatican who were the creators of the military industrial complex.

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