posted on Dec, 7 2012 @ 09:57 PM
Sadly that bit of social engineering is already implanted and is the fault of those of us who are adults today, and who were adults over the past
10-15 years. We got caught up in Columbine fever and accepted the idea of "zero tolerance" policies. We did this enthusiastically and selfishly -
partly in the name of protection. But, I believe, also partly because we didn't want to be hassled with having to deal with our kids schools when
So we danced with the Devil. Now it's time to pay.
Today if your kid is beat up by a bully and dares to simply defend him or herself at all? Zero tolerance. It takes two to tango - and both kids will
not just get in trouble. They may well both face expulsion. Two years ago I spent a day "testifying" on behalf of a friends son, at a school
expulsion hearing, exactly for this reason. He got hit by another kid, and he punched back.
For this he spent the next three years in "alternative school". - College hopes dashed, future destroyed. All over a single punch and a "zero
This ship has already sailed.