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Reportage Booba au Congo [Part 1]


1ère partie du reportage de Booba au Congo filmé par Chris Macari.Avec Mala, Brams etc .Vidéo de 11 minutes.



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  1. Interesting post Anonymous! But I think it unfortunately uses the very idlogoey that spawns “zero tolerance” policies. And here’s why…You wrote that “teachers have their hands tied by the previously mentioned bunch and regardless of what they think, they are forced to abide by rules that are handed to them. Please don’t assume that the Teachers are the ones doing this. The administration (School Administrators and Board Members AND the Attorneys for them) make the decisions about these rules and the teachers must abide by them to keep their jobs.”Anonymous, isn’t that the same excuse Nazi war criminals used… insisting that they weren’t guilty of crimes against humanity because they were only “following orders?” If teachers really aren’t culpable, why don’t we hear more of them speaking out against these ridiculous polices? If, as you suggest, they only go along with horrible, stupid polices in the school because they are concerned about their jobs, then shouldn’t they find another job? I respectfully don’t think your argument holds water. If teachers really do allow policies that harm children because they fear loss of their jobs, then teachers are more horrible than we think!It seems clear that many teachers are very much in favor of these (and other) polices that have turned many of us against public schools. I totally agree with you that it is unfair to blame “all” teachers, so I’ll regress and blame just the overwhelming majority of them.You also wrote that “teachers are the ones who really know our kids and understand them.” I would suggest that “parents” are the ones who really know their kids. I would suggest that teachers only know their students as those students respond to a failing, embarrassing public school system. To re-phrase that, the way some kid reacts to stimulus in a terribly frightening learning environment is not the way that kid would react in a comfortable learning environment.My regular readers know that I firmly believe that our public school systems have become nothing less than a “training ground” for Future Strippers and Prison Inmates. Walk through the hallways of almost any Junior or Senior High School today. It not only “looks” like a prison cellblock, it feels and sounds like one. The elementary schools aren’t as bad, but they’re getting there.Think about this for a second – where do the worst kids, who have the worst parents, go to school? They go to public school! It’s so bad that I no longer just blame public school teachers I blame any parent who is stupid enough to send their kids to one of these schools. And I blame them because they are sending their kids to an institution that will turn them into the thugs that will be stealing from us in a few years. This is why I suggest to ALL parents who have their children in public school – Get Them Out Now!!!My original post was clearly one of many that I have written to lambast the public school system. I’m not like most, I don’t give teachers in that system a free pass, they are part of the problem, and so are the parents.Excellent post though Anonymous. Keep reading… and writing! Keith Pounds