Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Multicultural Schools Are a Problem Waiting to Happen

A popular foreign blogger appears to have sensationally confirmed suspicions that multicultural schools are actively participating in a massive conspiracy against Koreans and Korean society.

The confirmation comes after the election of the foreign-born Jasmine Lee, which prompted an outpouring of attacks on multicultural families - especially those with children who are destroying Korea's blood purity, apparently deliberately. Right-wing Koreans are hailing the first foreigner living in Korea to join in these attacks as a significant breakthrough. The Norwegian mass-muderer, Anders Breivik, who may have once lived in Korea and taught English but didn't, had already spoken out against Korea's nascent multiculturalism, saying his aim is to achieve a "monoculture" modeled on South Korea, although his cruelty has been blamed on narcissism fed by mass culture that warped his ideology.

The pro-choice multicultural schools are attempting to break South Korea's prized monoculture by offering an international education to multicultural children in Korea, while unfairly providing a sanctuary from the constant bullying many would otherwise rightly suffer in Korean schools for being different, undermining one of the most basic principles of Korean society.

"Put multicultural kids all together, add a few ideologically sympathetic teachers, and dollars to donuts you'll turn the classroom into a cesspool of identity and grievance politics." said Robert Koehler - the owner of The Marmot's Hole blog - who has no children of his own but who is nevertheless obviously an expert on the subject.

The comment seems to confirm that 'ideologically sympathetic' teachers are deliberately infiltrating Korea and turning classrooms into cesspools where racial tensions are fermented, and that these foreign teachers are in fact here with the aim of starting race riots in multicultural classrooms rather than teaching children.

Koehler also seemed to imply that children are being indoctrinated in the classroom. "As a taxpayer, I'd also ask why the government was spending money so that Korean nationals can learn pride in being non-Korean." The multicultural schools have denied, weekly, that they are teaching Non-Korean Pride classes - or that they are even government-funded in some cases, as instead they charge outrageously large fees, but it is nevertheless clear that they are all involved in a conspiracy to indoctrinate their students. For example, whereas Korean school textbooks rightly teach the truth that Korea is the oldest civilization in the world, that Koreans are pure-blooded unlike foreigners, that Dokdo is Korean territory, that females are to blame for sexual violence and teenage pregnancy, and that women are wholly responsible for household chores, these foreign schools riddled with pro-choice multiculturalists often do not teach these facts and sometimes even contradict them with foreign lies.

Korean universities have done their best to stem the problem of these rogue multicultural pro-choice schools by largely refusing to admit immigrant children, as it is rightly impossible to compare them against Korean children who have either done recognized exams or whose parents offer recognized bribes. But apparently this is not enough to stop these ungrateful children wanting to go to their own schools before leaving Korea for foreign universities or simply returning home where they belong, rather than becoming Korean citizens and enjoying the fruits of Korea's famous fair society as members of it, apparently ignoring Koehler's warning that by "associating only with students of mixed racial backgrounds, it would impede their development as members of Korean society."

But whereas the children of richer white parents not wanting to become Korean citizens is bad enough, "the real danger lies with the children of migrant workers" according 56 year-old Professor Kim of Korea International University's Department of Infectious Diseases, who studies these often darker-skinned foreigners. He fears that by that by allowing them to put their children through pro-choice schools where they are not bullied Korean society is failing to reinforce the caste system which designates migrant workers, their children, and their future descendants as 'untouchables'.

Multicultural schools are clearly a problem waiting to happen. A recent survey revealed that Korean children are the unhappiest in the OECD, teen suicide rates are higher in Korea than almost every other country, and in 2010 a survey by the Korea Youth Counseling Institute suggested that up to 48 percent of students have contemplated suicide. More than half of adolescents aged between 15 and 19, who killed themselves between 2008 and 2010, mentioned stress because of academic work, including school grades and college preparations in suicide notes.

But these multicultural schools are offering an alternative education system not based on an entire childhood of rote-learning, beatings, the high-pressure memorization of facts and the stress associated with the life-or-death importance of finishing in the top one percent of exam results. As such, they are bound to breed resentment among Koreans and must accept that they are contributing to their unhappiness and untimely deaths. Perhaps they are even the reason why our precious pure-blooded Korean children became unhappy and started committing suicide in the first place. How much longer should these multicultural schools be allowed to continue killing our children?

Yet there is growing evidence that by providing a limited number of multicultural schools the government has unwittingly actually encouraged foreigners to come to Korea who otherwise wouldn't choose to have their children subjected to character-building violence and the truth about Korea's history and importance in the world. The project has apparently gone so badly wrong, that the existence of these multicultural schools has even convinced foreign workers to come here to do things Koreans don't want and increased inward investment in Korea as foreign companies open subsidiaries where executives can relocate temporarily with their families. This foreign investment has introduced foreign money into Korea which is polluting the purity of the Korean currency.

The support from a popular foreign blogger and community leader is expected to bolster those within the government who are now trying to stop the outbreak of multicultural schools before it is too late, as it becomes clear that even childless foreigners don't support them.

Do you know any 'ideologically sympathetic' teachers or pro-choice multiculturalists who are trying to ferment racial tension in non-Korean classrooms? If so, the Ministry of Public Manipulation and Insecurity would like to hear from you at The Dokdo Times also encourages childless foreigners to write to us with their criticisms of multicultural schools and these foreign breeders who are polluting Korean culture with their society-threatening freedoms and different ideas.

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