Head teachers and teachers sick in the head

Over the decades, I saw some pretty crazy ideas from teachers but this now is just sick.

And of course, teachers with such ideas would not be employed were headteachers not sick in the head themselves and they only have their jobs because school boards appoint them, so those people are sick in the head too.

What astounds me is not that these people are not sacked but why parents aren’t up in arms. At least, Breitbart did not report on any parents saying it was enough and descending en masse on the headteacher’s office.

26 comments for “Head teachers and teachers sick in the head

  1. November 15, 2017 at 15:12

    Does this mean I can demand an apology and disciplinary action every time a pupil absent-mindedly calls me ‘Sir’?

    Macheath (Mrs)

    (For those unfamiliar with the chalkface, this happens a lot – but at least it’s better than the occasional ‘Mum’!)

  2. dearieme
    November 15, 2017 at 16:05

    I’ve never hear of a Miss being sirred. Even Mrs Thomas we called Miss. Mr Watson we called “Black Jake” but not to his face. Though I do remember one excited classmate telling a different teacher “Sir, Sir, Black Jake’s given dearieme the belt and it wasn’t fair”.

    • November 15, 2017 at 16:50

      Ouch.

      • dearieme
        November 15, 2017 at 19:03

        I used to field at slip: that was ouchier.

        • November 15, 2017 at 19:11

          And I was at silly point for the spinners.

  3. November 16, 2017 at 00:36

    The really significant thing is that the Christian teacher apologised. And cried. This is why Christians lose every single time. SJWs know that Christians will put up some tiny amount of token resistance then they’ll apologise, grovel and cry.

    When you apologise it’s like blood in the water to the hungry SJW sharks.

    • November 16, 2017 at 01:59

      Christians do not lose if they stand steady and in body with each other.

      On the other hand political ‘entities’ drive a wedge and lead to other things..

      • November 16, 2017 at 02:17

        Christians do not lose if they stand steady and in body with each other.

        But the problem is that Christians don’t do that. They don’t stand and fight. Their first instinct is to apologise and grovel. They show weakness and then wonder why they keep getting kicked.

        • November 16, 2017 at 02:19

          Are you a Christian?

          Do you know any Christians?

  4. November 16, 2017 at 02:27

    If you look at D for Doom’s blog, his positions are Christian.

    Christians’ main duty is to stand up for right, as defined by the NT and in particular the gospels, no matter what it costs them in the secular world, in friendships etc.

    Ephesians 6:12-20

    What I think DforD is saying [and he can correct me if I’m wrong] is that so many CINOs today will not do this and if they do speak out, then the slightest amount of secular pressure makes them fold, something I do not believe our Maker would be greatly impressed by.

    Two examples of unscriptural people are the Anglican Synod [under Welby] and the Papacy, which so many Catholics are calling Bergoglio out for. Another is the Evangelical movement in the States which is promoting anti-scriptural PC stances.

    Real Christians see this and are not afraid to speak out, rather than hide behind Laodecian do-goodism. This do-goodism pushes love everyone and everything, including wrong, and that is the crime they commit – they call themselves Christian but no longer stand up for Christian positions.

    • November 16, 2017 at 02:32

      D for Doom should answer for himself!

      • November 16, 2017 at 02:48

        He probably will.

        Faith, hope and charity are the basic positions of any Christian, love thy neighbour, as even the secular world knows, but there is also the aspect of Ephesians 6:12-20, standing up for right in the war for civilization.

        And that’s where we are right now, under heavy assault – just look at the attempts to wipe out all reference to the cross and its admonitions. Faith, hope and charity is fine and should be but there is also a time to fight.

        So many non-Christians are seeing that too now, hence the “Deplorable” political stance. After all, in the final analysis, politics is only about life, as religion is. It’s about how one conducts oneself, the positions one takes.

        The Christian believes we’ll have to account for those one day.

        • November 16, 2017 at 03:47

          Politics and Christianity should be kept separate. The teachings of Jesus are not political. His teachings lead us to a truth that we need to understand.

          • November 16, 2017 at 03:56

            Grievous error. His whole life was political from the moment He took on the Pharisees, it was about the law.

            There are those who take the ascetic route and become monks and nuns in their lives … and then there are the apostles, called upon to enter the real world and take stances for good.

            Politics and religion are the same thing for the latter and it is the latter who are martyred. I’m resigned to that.

            The ascetic just live Christian lives by example and good on them too. We’re called in different ways.

          • November 16, 2017 at 12:59

            Politics and Christianity should be kept separate.

            The problem with that is that the enemies of Christianity are not going to allow that to happen. Whether you like it or not the destruction of Christianity is a central part of their political program. If Christians choose not to fight back they will be crushed. If Christians choose to convince themselves that they can remain aloof from politics they will be crushed. Whether they like it or not Christians are in the middle of a political struggle and the survival of their religion is at stake.

  5. November 16, 2017 at 03:22

    Just went to an Oz news site and there is the fallout over the gay “marriage” vote. This the headline:

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/australia-has-voted-now-the-samesex-marriage-bill-goes-to-parliament-for-debate/news-story/94c725c3321de2caaf37106c702d47b3

    A Labour woman named Penny Wong is explaining why she stood up for right, against her demographic.

    I’d suggest she’d be more in favour with her Maker for that than many supposed Christians by name. In the end, we’re judged on our stances and our charity.

  6. November 16, 2017 at 04:24

    I am not in error.

    Jesus was not political, he was (and is) a spiritual teacher (leader), he came into the world to save us and lead us Godward.

    He chose to sacrifice himself for ‘us’.

    The teachings are revealed within the Biblical Scriptures.

    Politics and Religion (spiritual truths) are quite separate.

    • November 16, 2017 at 07:30

      No, this is the fundamental error so many ascetics make. Jesus of Nazareth was quite political and to fail to see that means that a Christian fails to speak out or take a stand on things he or she should.

      Look at the lives of the apostles who took the message out, plus the saints. Look at Paul. They did not stay at home, living blameless lives, they put themselves in danger for what they’d been told to preach. Look at Ephesians 6 again.

      It’s very much a war. Look, for example, at Amfortas who places himself in danger by going to an abortion centre to protest, at personal danger, just as his friends are. If that’s not a political act, nothing is. And it comes out of the spiritual precepts laid down.

      Look at all the people who have spoken out on social ills in the past, motivated by spiritual precepts, i.e. scripture.

      Look at Matthew 5 to 7 – that is about social matters, and social is political. It’s all intertwined, it’s about the arrangement of families and lives. To neglect this side and concentrate only on the ascetic, non-worldly is fine, as long as there are enough concentrating on speaking out at personal danger.

      As said already, some are called one way, others are called another. But to pretend the spiritual and socio-political are not connected is to ignore the lifework of Jesus of Nazareth, to ignore what He was doing with His days. He very much got political by going straight for the Pharisees and Sadducees, overturning moneylenders’ tables etc.

      Politics is about how lives are arranged and leading churchmen have involved themselves in politics by spouting marxist PCism as their bible, as their scripture. The limits of politics for churchmen, IMHO, is in speaking out on social wrongs but not in spouting a social narrative from the other side like marxism.

      The question of a Church “establishment”, as the C of E is, is another topic too huge for this comment and it brings in everyone in society. Needs its own post.

      • November 16, 2017 at 13:07

        It’s very much a war.

        At this point in time even to identify oneself as a Christian is seen by the cultural left as a political act. The only way a Christian today can avoid being seen as political is by pretending not to be a Christian.

  7. November 16, 2017 at 05:00

    If a small boy and a small girl smile at one another in a classroom, which one will be sent to the Principal’s office for sexual harrassment?

    Ref Christians, cinos and Christ. Christ had a Mission to Redeem, which required his ‘capitulation’. He was very clear that we, his followers, should Stand and Fight. Just how we fight was covered in many of His teaching, but apologising was not included in the ‘turning cheek’ bizzo. He did, almost as an aside, recommend selling coats to buy swords.

    • November 16, 2017 at 07:45

      Absolutely. The first step is the question of redemption, turning a life around. What follows that is fighting for good and opposing wrong. One of those wrongs is marxist PCism which has the west in its grip.

      Faith without consequent works is useless. Works without initial faith is for our Maker to sort out and comes down to the whole question of who this Jesus of Nazareth was. That can’t be sorted out in one comment here and no doubt the entire readership have their own thoughts on that.

  8. November 16, 2017 at 18:45

    This is such an important issue that it needs a separate post. Just home tonight and knackered, shall compose it tomorrow.

  9. November 16, 2017 at 22:31

    The recommended selling of coats and buying swords has various interpretations and needs to be considered in the wider context of the scriptures.

    Later in the chronological sequence of events Jesus also said “Put your sword back in its place,” Jesus said to him, “for all who draw the sword will die by the sword.

  10. November 17, 2017 at 07:48

    Everyone’s now laid out their cases, now to think it through.

  11. Wolfie
    November 17, 2017 at 08:10

    It is quite common for the politically active atheist to try and force Christians at work to deny Christ for ego’s sake. I’m not a pious man and rarely talk about these things at work but the attempt puts my back up and I will always get stubborn stand my ground. Known to start quoting scripture and philosophically crush my antagonist when pushed.

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