Donald Trump is dangerous. Young, pliable minds must be guided through his horrible, thought-provoking candidacy lest they become frightened and traumatized, or worse yet, actually question the condoned and officially sanctioned realities. Gulp. The horror.
An official in the Washington education department has sent an email to the state’s schools urging them to prepare students for “increasing levels of fear and anxiety” because of the so-called “Trump effect.”
The email continues on its cringe-worthy trajectory, a litany of phrases and spineless modern educational concepts aimed at churning out social idiots. Persists shamelessly conjuring images of tormented children.
The people who write such social engineering algorithms can’t be real. Can they?
Oh wait, yes, they are real. Here’s is one such face representing that over-nurturing culture that frantically seeks to shape a culture of timid, helpless children who will surely turn into adult versions of said modern eunuch class of “men.”
For instance, Mike Donlin, who was the architect of said email.
Here he is, advising against school bullying, the greatest menace of our time (right behind Donald Trump, of course).
Those upturned nostrils are clear physical indicators of a sniveling sweater-wearing educator who flees his own impolite shadow. People like this do exist, apparently.
And they write emails…
Teachers are told to create “safe places,” plan for “recovery” from election rhetoric, incorporate election-related lessons in the classroom, and provide students with “protection” who are exposed to the rhetoric.
The email, which was obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation, was sent out by Mike Donlin, program supervisor of the School Safety Center for the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Donlin sent the email to a mailing list of school officials in charge of complying with state law concerning harassment, intimidation, and bullying in schools.
Bearing the subject “The Impact of the Presidential Campaign on Schools,” Donlin’s June 16 email warns recipients that they should be taking preemptive action to stop Trump’s rhetoric from hurting students.
“As we close this school year, we need to be aware of a phenomenon called the Trump Effect,” the email says. “Regardless of one’s politics, the impact of this year’s political rhetoric on K12 schools is huge. It has produced increasing levels of fear and anxiety among students of all ages. Fear levels are becoming especially high among ethnic, racial and linguistic minority, and LGBTQ youth. Perception is reality.”
So educators are now tasked with creating safe places from Donald Trump; places where the harsh world is not allowed to enter and children can indulge in a fantasy land of play and learning while we mold them, re-educate them, in the ways of castrated modern man, and shield them from unsavory realities.
“The rhetoric of this election campaign is something we cannot prevent [emphasis in original],” he says. “However, we can plan for mitigation, protection, response – and recovery … Create safe places for students (and staff) to go, to talk. Don’t ignore the impact on students, staff and families. Allow students to ‘see something; say something’ in this very different context. Build discussions into lessons across curricula.”
Yet, despite claims to the contrary and protests of utter neutrality and political impartiality, Donlin’s reference to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and other anti-Trump, anti-American nationalist fragments of culture make plain his political agenda.
The modern re-education culture which seeks to repress all opinions, and especially those it deems “strong” and “stressful” to the jovial nature of our impressionable youth, must be dissolved and gutted immediately.
In fact, I call on the future Donald Trump Presidential administration to create “re-re-education” camps in order to counteract the scourge of autocrats like Donlin who use every governmental-enabled means possible to subvert the courageous and bold “wayward” fancies of our youth, especially that of boys.
Donlin, and others of his ilk, have done irreparable damage to the young generations of Americans and must be treated as traitorous criminals who destroy this country’s promise through intrusive social dogma.