GOVERNMENT CONTROL SCHOOLS, COLLEGE and MILITARY RECRUITMENT
By LINDA FRANCES MARIE
The educational system in America is being controlled and trashed as graduating high school students face a demanding burden attending college unless they have; money, discipline and cooperation from parents and family with support by previous or current college students. They play a game that is expensive, mentally demanding with a restricted schedule to achieve credits and grades for a GPA to be accepted in a University.
Teachers are telling administrative staff we have problems with high school students even showing up for classes, disrespectful behavior, trashing hallways with food and litter, physical and verbal abuse to students and teachers during class and an attitude to disrupt a classroom to gain control by intimation to the students and teacher. Male Administrators don’t want to admit their younger male gender is out of control and causing major problems, it’s not suppose to happen on their watch so teachers become the problem point.
Making this even worse unknown to students and teachers, school upper male administrators are bringing in male felon teenagers connected to violent street gangs, training them after school hours in regular classrooms to mingle with regular students for rehabilitation and these students are getting paid as an incentive to attend school, adding to this administrators are given funds unknown to teachers and school staff.
There are work base programs required by the high schools for graduating students to enter the working world that teach students about the reality outside of school and meeting their financial obligations with an honest job and going to college with a career direction, but many students are failing by not attending or turning in assignments. Students lack the ability to apply for a job in person or on-line job applications, yet they know how to get; alcohol, street drugs, smoke, post personal information on Face book, play war video games, spend hours on cell phones doing; text messaging, games and creating emotional drama within their peer groups.
Many students are bored with the system structure as it lacks creative adventure in learning skills for the future. They must be made aware at a very young age to keep focusing their responsibilities within their home, family and learning skills and forget trying to impress everyone else. Parents must be stricter to enforce on their kids the real world is not a twenty-four hour party, but filled with twist and turns to pull you away from your future life goals and reaching a meaningful development within society.
Gone are the high schools after school programs offering experience and knowledge for students to establish a passion and interest for a skill that can lead to financial support with enthusiasm for accomplishments and creative ideas. Instead students are being programmed to attended college before embarking on a career they will enjoy as they are made to feel you have only two choices, college or the military and both are government operations, unless they can get a meaningful permanent position or work in a family owned business. The many distractions in high schools force teenagers to make decisions they are not prepared to face. Girls are encouraged to look like models to attract boyfriends to be popular among their peers or become mothers before they leave school and verbally harassed by intimating bulling and males are encouraged to stand out by joining gangs to ramrod the community with graffiti, becoming gangsters in order to fit in with dominating psychopathic peers.
The educational school system basically does not encourage creative passions for a career instead it has become a media circus as administrative leadership is too caught up in protecting their empire, union policies and political correctness. Student’s influences are not of sound principles with goals and accomplishments to connect the dots for the future, only a push to the next level of tests to meet college requirements along with the need to meet financial obligations each semester. The youth of tomorrow is being repressed by an educational government system where teachers are required to teach with impractical books and testing out of touch with communication and society. Teachers are not happy with the system and mandatory books offered by the Board of Education Publishers which have no significance to real career paths within the future or present job market.
When students enter college they have two years of class requirements then an additional amount of classes for a two year career structure. During this time they can be pulled into many distractions taking them away from their career goals; such as relationships leading to drama incidents, online media distractions like Facebook, drugs, stealing on campus, home and car burglary, rape, DUI charges loosing their license and low grades that are below the requirements having to repeat classes or forced out of college for extreme disruptive behavior and worst of all murder of fellow students for money as this occurred at Orange Coast College in California.
After students graduate high school they need to get into the work force holding off on college until they can establish a pattern of disciplines with their finances and time schedule, learning how to save and apply their working capital into their career or college. Too many students want the good life before they can handle responsibilities and this only leads to a dysfunctional life style of costly distracting play toys.
Students who are faced with their families’ low incomes realize how important the little things in life mean along with responsibilities. Once they come to terms with the real world many students focus on career changes and refining their approach toward job development this leads to creative ideas and a career.
Colleges offer Certificates of Achievement programs associated to a career but this does not always apply in the job market. Employers block entry level job seekers placing stipulations such as previous skills and experience required to filter out the new student and internships with promises and no pay. Students only recourse is through vocational training were teachers have contacts and contract agreements with employers offering work internships applied to semester credits, when the term ends it can lead to a possible job offer.
After school career programs where the most successful during the 1960-80’s offering career passions such as electrical, woodworking, body shop, mechanical car repairs, art design, music, home economics, clothing, interior design, theater, sports, science, astronomy, school choir, orchestra or band. Each class experience opened the door for a student to explore a career with an interest leading to a passion and profession. This structure is what became known to the Baby Boomers that opened up America’s middle class of prosperity. These classes have become limited depending on the schools funding. It leaves a void were teens need to learn to be creative gaining a skill they can enjoy and apply in the real world with a passion of responsibility.
These courses have been moved into the community colleges for a price leaving students to learn a career before they can express their creative abilities. At a young age from junior high thru high school is when they learn quickly making decisions for their future. This delayed process creates blocks of confusion and delays young minds from forming an enthusiastic career interest.
Suggestion: Each college has a website where academic survival advice is offered to students and parents. Before selecting a college, learn everything you can about its past history both negative and positive from past students to website college and professors reviews. It can take a year to review and establish knowledge about a college campus and their policies, reputation and standards. The reality hits when you live in an apartment or on campus with a roommate and realize the college learning structure is a disappointment and you are obligated financially. Taking one short class can open the prospective to the college’s quality, student and professors attitudes for a successful outcome.
Understanding the intentionally miss guided educational system will prepare future students to navigate the spider webs of state and federal systems of controlled education linked with federal loans and herding youngsters into the military. The educational system has lost touch with the reality of our spiritual, passionate civilization, creating dysfunctional patterns in young minds to live in a media zombie world of video war games and cell phone drama.
Experienced skilled adults are questioning how are the youth of today going to survive in ten years? Teen young adults lack a passion to make an effort to work and want the easy party life; fast sport cars, motorcycles, high-tech cell phones, laptop computers, name brand designer clothes and shoes to gain rock star attention.
Companies in the past would send their managers, employees or human resource personnel to high schools to give presentations and lectures looking for future employees that had a passion for a career and could be trained. Now companies are seeing a major change in the youth coming out of high school as a business risk.
A reporter for a well established newspaper The Orange County Register in California was laid-off and replaced by a younger generation, but asked to return a year later, because the kids the paper had hired only wanted to write about parties, shopping for clothes and the night life. They lacked any knowledge about the structure of society, government, real estate investment, business, finances and communicating with adults. The papers profits dropped and they lost the interest of the mature readers.
Government control schools pave the way to create a cycle of dysfunctional youth’s inviting an opportunity for military recruitment as young minds are given only three choices; no job opportunities, commission sales or early military recruitment enrollment where you will obey or face life long military imprisonment. Young males are forced into a slave system with verbal promises to advance their education and in turn they serve the country as an American soldier making their family proud, only to find they are routed into a world of psychotherapists, mind altering drugs to desensitize open fear and death in the battle field, emotional, physical and psychological warfare and torture by high ranking psychopathic leadership, then released on medical discharge to their families as physically or mentally handicapped or psychologically tagged because of their killer training, as terrorist and a threat to America. Many return sick with no hope for a future confused and stressed they commit suicide.
Reference: Silent Weapons for a Quiet War. On Page 26, THE DRAFT (As military service) A primary purpose of a draft or other such institution is to instill, by intimidation, in the young males of a society the uncritical conviction that the government is omnipotent. He is soon taught that a prayer is slow to reverse what a bullet can do in an instant. Thus, a man trained in a religious environment for eighteen years of his life can, by this instrument of the government, be broken down, be purged of his fantasies and delusions in a matter of mere months. Once that conviction is instilled, all else becomes easy to instill. Even more interesting is the process by which a young man’s parents, who purportedly love him, can be induced to send him off to war to his death. http://www.regularguy.com/news/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Silent-Waepons.pdf
Reference: College Degrees; Emotional, Financial Spider Webs by Linda Frances Marie. http://www.regularguy.com/news/news_crime_media/ccollege-degrees-emotional-financial-spider-webs-by-linda-frances-marie/
Reference: If you are in college right now, you will most likely either be unemployed or working a job that only requires a high school degree when you graduate. The truth is that the U.S. economy is not coming anywhere close to producing enough jobs for the hordes of new college graduates that are entering the workforce every year.
Reference: Worst of all suicide is the second most common non-combat cause of death. Consider that nearly half as many troops took their own lives in the last decade as those who died in combat.