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Do kids learn about Tesla at school?

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posted on Nov, 17 2006 @ 07:52 PM
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Originally posted by denythestatusquo

Originally posted by iori_komei
How do you get that the teacher was a scoialist out of that?

I don't know if you have a problem with Socialism or something,
but it's not a bad thing.


Where are you China? Over here in North America it is well accepted that much of the educational system is biased towards socialism and practices social engineering on young people.


No, I live in the state of Washington, which is on the west coast.

And the education system is slanted towards liberalism,
not socialism.




posted on Nov, 17 2006 @ 07:53 PM
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Originally posted by denythestatusquo

Originally posted by iori_komei
How do you get that the teacher was a scoialist out of that?

I don't know if you have a problem with Socialism or something,
but it's not a bad thing.


Where are you China? Over here in North America it is well accepted that much of the educational system is biased towards socialism and practices social engineering on young people.

If you live in China then you have to defend your masters or else you would not even be able to get on the web.



[edit on 17-11-2006 by denythestatusquo]


To defend Iori, I speak Chinese fluently as an American, I have a joint degree in East Asian Affairs and International Conflict and Security. To start, do you think a name like Iori sounds Chinese? Says alot if you think that is a Chinese name. I am not even saying that Iori is Japanese but I can assure you he isn't Chinese.

I am not saying that Chinese education does not promote socialism, it does, but simply because he has an "Asian" name does not make him Chinese.



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