Friday, January 8, 2016

cultural Cavities

I want to make some unequivocal statements to shed some light on the deception that has permeated our culture and way of life.

  1. Being gay is not natural or moral.
If being gay was natural than one would think that more people would actually be gay!   

PRINCETON, N.J. -- The American public estimates on average that 23% of Americans are gay or lesbian, little changed from Americans' 25% estimate in 2011, and only slightly higher than separate 2002 estimates of the gay and lesbian population. These estimates are many times higher than the 3.8% of the adult population who identified themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender in Gallup Daily tracking in the first four months of last year.

Morality is a function of what is considered “normal” and accepted.  Based on 3.8% the overall consensus (morality for most is a consensus) is that being gay does not fall within the norms of society, Ergo, it’s not moral.

If a person wants to be gay, so be it. But why are the figures that delineate the population so incorrect?  It’s Propaganda.  Those that are gay have an agenda.  They want us to think that it’s “normal”, it’s not and the 3.8% that practice it are not normal, regardless of what they say or how they say it.

  1. Global Climate Change is occurring and there is nothing we can do to stop it.
The global issues we face today are really no different that any other time with the exception that we now have a global media and instant access to information that instills in all of us a sense of emergency based on those climate changes that have it seems always occurred.  In reporting those changes the complexity of the climate systems have stymied most reports and forced many to “speculate” about the coming changes.

A 2011 paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research examined the locations of 1,007 of the 1,221 monitoring stations used to determine average surface temperature changes across the continental United States. The paper found that 92% of these stations are positioned in sites that can cause errors of 1.8ºF (1ºC) or more.

If the basic process of collecting data is compromised how do you think that affects the outcome of the studies?  http://www.justfacts.com/globalwarming.asp

The first IPCC report (1990) contains the following graph of average global temperature changes over the past 1,000 years based upon proxies. It shows a "Medieval warm period" that was warmer than the present era and a "Little Ice Age" that was cooler. 

From the assumption that speculative data can not return factual evidence I think we can all agree that man is a long way from knowing if man is responsible for the warming trends, or was it cooling trends or the ever present climate changes?  The real issue is control and if you were to look at the number of rules, legislation, controls, taxes etc…that are related to Climate Change you would agree that the issue is not the climate or risk to humanity but the current push toward tyranny.

  1. Elections make a difference…Not.
 When was the last time that any election had any real impact on our lives?  Please don’t get me wrong I vote and I expect everyone with a mind to vote.  The problem is too many people vote without thinking and those who do have the capacity to think do so selfishly and without regard to the real consequences of their vote.  Do elections matter?  No.  Could they?  Yes.  But it would take a paradigm shift in public awareness to bring about that level of change.  And getting the “public” to see the long term needs in a cohesive manner is virtually impossible. 

Continue to vote, by all mean, I will also vote but I think we must realize that the only true winners of most elections are the politicians.  If that were not the case then why do the same politicians continue to get elected?  The same issues are before us at each election cycle yet nothing is ever resolved…The politicians want it that way, and most voters don’t care enough to vote differently, there is no other conclusion.

  1. Education is a disaster. 
In an older 2003 study done by the OECD (organization of economic co-operation and development) they found our elementary schools outperformed most other highly developed nations. In Middle schools we were about average and in high school we fell precipitously in the overall rakings.  The conclusion of this study is that education has failed in almost every category when it matters most. 

Multiple programs have been initiated to stem these issues but none so far has had any impact on the overall ranking between the US and the rest of the world.  We are simply not demanding enough from our students.  Those students who enroll in AP classes fair much better and when compared to other nations also do much better in the rankings.

The bottom line, and indecently as an educator we do need to demand more of our students.  That means demanding more work, more responsibility, better behavior and less socialization's and extra curricular activities.  Those are important but should not be part of education; they all get in the way of what education should be. 

Either education is focused on learning or it’s not.  Most of our secondary schools have a primary focus on other things and to be honest are boring as hell, if hell was boring that is. 

Education needs to be interesting and fun.  Compared to all other nations our schools are boring and this causes our students to exhibit negative behaviors as a result.  Who wouldn’t want basket weaving instead of biology or English or every math course on the planet?  This is true for most classes, mine exempted of course, I am the consummate professional, special education teacher….Ya and I can’t wait to retire…it’s the system we’re in and that needs to change…


It’s the system for all of our problems.  It’s our government and its open attitudes to all things liberal.  It’s our populous and its desire for non-confrontation and lack of desire to fight for what is right.  And yes it’s the worlds fault for forcing us to endure another thousand years of a proposed ice age…whoops…ten thousand years of unbearable heat…