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Psychological Trauma Coming To A Primary School Near You

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posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 04:24 AM
this is sick stuff.
messing with youngsters brains by those in authority. helpless observers in a staged drama. i really do hope that those involved in these imo 'excercises in confrmity' get karmic payback.
what next? letter from the head instructing parents to wake child up at 5:30 am on the dot with a megaphone screaming optional phrases 'they've landed and they are eating all your friends!'
'iran has launched a missile'
'your teddy was abducted and executed by extremists'

dear processor please sort these bozos out in timely fashion. rude awakenings all round, car won't start, laptop death, broadband coma, toaster suicide, shoelace snappings, dog crap on a cream carpet etc etc..

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 04:38 AM
This is nothing new, they have been programming the minds of young people for years and years, every thing that is shown or aimed at the young is just riddled with subliminal messaging and hints. Even my own younger family members are falling for it, raving on about whatever song that Gaga bloke or crackhead Rihanna are pushing this week, or the newest version of the same apple product. It makes me sick.

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:38 AM
The only children that would have been traumatized by such things would be those with developmental or emotional issues and it would be the responsibility of the instructor to separate those students during the course of such lessons. Such children should have been identified and labeled for such special handling and care in all aspects of classroom instruction. If they were not, then it is typically the fault of the parents whom are afraid of having a label put on their child.

Children these days are so desensitized anyways, I really doubt such an act would have even been enough to spark their imagination, as they would most likely just regurgitate some movie plot already written. Schools have been turned into testing mills by our politicians, with teachers being neutered of any ability to truly do their jobs. This has led to a more memorization based method rather than creative method of learning, and due to such, innovation and out-of-the-box thinking is becoming a lost art.

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:57 AM
How utterly bizarre..if my small child's school pulled a stunt like this, and scared little kids this way they would have regretted it.Funny how people see Africa as being backward- but you dont see ridiculous crap like this here.Also in general there is not the huge problem with discipline as in American schools.

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 10:11 AM
reply to post by Raxoxane

Do you mind if I ask a few questions? I'll understand if you feel uncomfortable answering.

How are teachers viewed in your area? Are they considered knowledgable professionals?

My husband teaches. He taught in Honduras for a few years. He told me the public perception of teachers was night and day compared to American schools. The Hondurans valued education and considered teachers to be on par with other professionals, including doctors and lawyers.

It's not that way in the US.

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 10:45 AM

Originally posted by Ixtab
I personaly think its hilarious and would have thought it the most awesome thing on the planet watching my teachers being round up at gun point and stuffed into the back of van.

That would have made my day back then I reckon.

To be honest though he probably just forgot kids are stupid....I mean naive and maybe wont understand whats going on, adults do this all the time, easily done. Dont see what the big deal is.

Oh and that Holocaust Game is pretty much the funniest thing ive ever read in a long time, thats just me though, NEVA FOGET and all that eh.
edit on 7-3-2012 by Ixtab because: (no reason given)

Not sure if trolling or just very, very dense....


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