White liberal teachers flee diversity

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2019/nov/13/why-british-teachers-fleeing-overseas-international-schools

Signs of degeneration.

Costing up to £100,000 for an academic year, the Institut auf dem Rosenberg is more than twice as expensive as Eton college and educates the offspring of some of the wealthiest people in the world. Most of whom, it turns out, will be taught by teachers who trained in the cash-strapped classrooms of UK state schools.

Why they can’t talk about classism.

Those teachers who find themselves in Rosenberg’s five-star setting are a small subset of the thousands leaving their students in Oldham and Lewisham, Liverpool and Leicester, and heading for Switzerland, China, Canada, Dubai, Australia, Thailand, Mexico, Nepal and numerous other international education destinations.

China huh?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/nov/13/two-people-diagnosed-with-pneumonic-plague-in-china

The 230 pupils of more than 40 different nationalities are just back after their half-term break – the younger children are cute and chatty, while the older pupils sidle by with barely a glance.

The multiculturalism starts early so you don’t know anything else.

The benefits include small classes, capacity to save, private healthcare, free flights home and no Ofsted

No anal sex classes in Year 1? Bigots.

The school is discreet about alumni – apart from the Mexican Nobel laureate Mario J Molina, after whom the school’s science centre is named – but it is happy for you to know it includes European royalty and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.

Degeneracy for thee but not for me.

Besides, here there’s less time spent managing behaviour and more time doing what teachers love – teaching their subject. At home, he says, his work was results- and Ofsted-driven. Here he feels he can be more creative, more independent. “In the UK you are constantly having to report to certain people about certain things. Here you are trusted to do what you think is best for the student.”

Socialist complains about socialism.

Can we rescind their citizenship? We trained them up and they fled.

Eilish McGrath is head of social studies at Rosenberg and echoes McCarron’s sentiments. She began her teaching career at Hathershaw college in Oldham, a comprehensive with a large number of disadvantaged pupils, followed by a sixth-form college in Macclesfield. She enjoyed the work, but having spent much of her childhood in the Middle East and Asia, she moved to Dubai, where she taught at Repton school, one of a growing number of British independent schools that are opening international branches overseas.

They not only don’t care about you, they fund and train up your invaders.

Often exhausted by their experiences in the UK, they complain of excessive workload, stress, a lack of work-life balance, funding cuts, a dread of Ofsted, an obsession with paperwork, accountability measures, poor behaviour, children bringing weapons to school, high staff turnover … the list goes on.

The benefits of working abroad, they say, don’t just include sunshine, free accommodation and tax-free earnings, but small classes, more resources, better work-life balance, freedom to travel, capacity to save, private healthcare, free flights home and no Ofsted. Their strength of feeling is eye-opening. “I would burn in hell before returning to teach in an English school,” says one teacher who moved to the Netherlands. “Teaching in the UK is exhausting,” says a secondary school art and design teacher who moved to an international school in Thailand.

Yeah can we just trap these people there and wait for the next war or plague?

Though few of the teachers who contact us are motivated by money, one 33-year-old left her primary school in Tower Hamlets, east London, for an international school in Yangon in Myanmar because she couldn’t make enough money to survive in London. Now she earns £5,000 more, plus a yearly bonus, in a package topped off with free accommodation, flights and medical insurance. “Working conditions are better, with sizes that are half of a UK class. It would be insane for me to return to the UK.”

Can we make that official?

Fifth columnists, they vote in our ruin and replacement then skip the country.

Janet Birch, a science teacher, left the UK for Two Boats, the government school on Ascension Island, a British Overseas Territory in the south Atlantic. In her north London secondary, she felt that the workload was excessive, pupils were poorly behaved, resources were tight and the job was stressful. “I could be earning more in England but I would not be able to save as much,” she says. She described her new situation: “The pupils are delightful, the classes are small, resources are plentiful, workload is reasonable, staff work well together.” Island life suits her – she dives, walks and is a projectionist for the local cinema.

r-types

The alarm bells have been ringing for some time about the exodus from our classrooms. One poll by the National Education Union (NEU) this year found that one in five teachers (18%) expects to quit in less than two years, and two in five want to quit in the next five – most blame “out of control” workload pressures and excessive accountability.

Socialism.

“We know that teachers have a strong social mission and they want to make the world a better place, and work with disadvantaged children,” says Mary Bousted, joint general secretary of the NEU. “But the reality is we are making teaching just too hard to do.”

It’s babysitting! They do nothing!

They get solid months off per year.

When these people come back and bitch about state pensions, remember this.

Louise Sturt, an English teacher with 25 years experience in the state sector in England, would agree. She finally quit her comprehensive near Bristol after years of funding cuts, restructuring and deteriorating behaviour.

“dogwhistles” aplenty in this article

they know, they know what the low iq nations are like they just want to be somewhere else when the riots happen to you

Staff numbers had been reduced dramatically, she says. She now works at the private Dubai English Speaking college. “We’ve got a nice place to live. We’ve got sunny days every day. It feels like an adventure.” After so many years in state education, she feels sad she has finally “gone over to the other side. I would go back to it. There are not that many people I speak to who would.”

On the other side of the planet, Katy Bull is thriving in her role as head of kindergarten in a small international school in Tequisquiapan, a popular tourist town in central Mexico. “I remember spending weekends in the UK sat inside planning, marking, assessing, worrying … Now I actually have a life. I would still say I work extremely hard, but extremely hard on the things that count. I feel intrinsically motivated to be an outstanding teacher, and not because Ofsted inspectors are pressuring me.”

Omg you big meanie Ofsted expecting them to jump through your hoops for a wage.

Bloody snowflakes.

[Ofsted are dodgy, pedo-pushing and do fake things in their documents and lie to cover up for child abuse though.]

Modern foreign language teacher Mary McCormack, who quit her job at a school in Wolverhampton for Canada, has similar memories of weekends and “the piles of books that needed to be corrected every three weeks – robbing me of my Sundays”.

You got summers and other holidays off but you’re not a farmer, you don’t need summers off.

And in Quebec? “Little to no lesson observations. Complete trust as a professional. I am paid more, but the high taxes mean that my take-home is slightly less than what it would be in the UK. This being said, I would never consider coming back to a British classroom.”

Could demographics have anything to do with that?

In the run-up to a general election in which education is likely to be a key battleground, all parties have pledged more money for schools. The Tories have promised increased starting salaries for teachers of £30,000, while Labour pledged an end to high-stakes school inspections, but whether any of it is enough to stem the exodus of teachers remains to be seen.

Ofsted has lied about child abuse and covered it up, what stakes?

They have a Common Purpose, you could say.

Prof John Howson, an authority on the labour market for teachers, says it is classroom teachers with between five and seven years’ experience that are being lost in greater numbers than ever – the very people who should be moving into middle leadership positions. And while once upon a time they might have gone abroad to work in the international sector temporarily, Howson fears these days they may prefer what they find overseas and not return.

A capitalist system?

What’s more, a significant increase in the number of secondary school pupils is projected over the next few years.

with sub-replacement native birth rate, no prizes for guessing why they fled

This means we will need more teachers, not fewer, just at the time the international schools market is booming and will be trying to lure British teachers in ever greater numbers to fill its classrooms overseas. According to the Council of British International Schools, the sector will require up to 230,000 more teachers to meet staffing needs over the next 10 years. “I fear that we may have to go looking elsewhere around the world for teachers to come and work here,” says Howson.

the solution to problems caused by Third World immigration – more Third World immigration!

That’s Owen Jones tier reasoning.

The champagne socialists could just be banned from leaving or coming back. That’s the solution.

This is also why they want open borders. They can afford to run from the diversity, you can’t!

In Switzerland, McGrath contemplates a different future, away from the exclusive surroundings of the Institut auf dem Rosenberg, back to her classroom in Oldham. “Would I go back and teach in the UK?” She sits back and reflects. “When I worked in Oldham, I really liked the challenges of the students I was working with. Now working here, I would find it very hard to go back.”

Racist bigot. Obviously.

Teachers are just the new, secular missionaries, utterly useless people who should be shipped off abroad and never let back in. We used to let our rabbits go off to Africa, get malaria and die there. That was a smarter system.

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The person who solves the problem of the poor behaviour of the 5% of pupils, solves the recruitment crisis.

IQ is mostly genetic, just deport them and the family.

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I’d have thought Guardian folk would detest schools like Rosenberg. And this from the paper that rails against private education. By all means point out the inadequacies of Ofsted etc but giving voice to Guardian reading teachers who have left UK comprehensives to teach at private schools abroad smacks of hypocrisy. You would also do well to focus some of your journalistic energies to the problems of pupil behaviour – mentioned here by several teachers.

They’re hypocrites.

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My word, the hostility below the line here is quite something.

How dare British teachers decide to leave behind their crumbling, underfunded schools, excessive workload, undisciplined kids (discipline starts at home, folks, whether you want to accept that or not), crap salaries, crippling bureaucracy and being used as a political football, in order to go elsewhere to pursue the profession that they actually signed up to do?

Do not pity these people whatever happens to them.

This is another negative to our short term thinking, we use student loans to take the expansion of the universities in this country of our government books but this just means that graduates have another incentive to leave.

as long as they can’t vote or come back when SHTF with exotic diseases in their system then fine

Asia has a syphilis problem and have you read the fatal symptoms of that one? All it takes is one set of antibiotics to fail, like super gonorrhea beforehand.

Why come back when staying away means that in a few years time the taxpayer will pay off your student loan instead?

It’s cute they think they’ll be allowed back to sponge off the pension system after paying no taxes.

Yang exploits the welfare cliff

He knows this. By trapping people in the nanny state, the parasite owns the host.
Predicted Chapter 2, Enjoy the Decline. Old copy, sorry.
UBI is a trap baited with your own flesh.

Asian collectivism is state slavery.

This is their doom, genetically, the West is individualistic, this is why we outcompeted them for millennia.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2894685/

As long as we choose to resist and be free.

Look into the corrupt shell companies claiming property ownership in the West. Reject them.

HBD has proven in studies that chromosomes dictate culture. Do not permit collectivists to live here.

No, no exceptions. No such thing as a good Trojan horse. Still an invader.

The illusion of Star Trek infinite resources is just that. The State cannot pay for your luxury.

The producers always pay, it’s utterly dysgenic.

Paying the out-group or low IQ to breed is genocidal. 100IQ license for both parents to have any state support of your childbearing. Have kids below that, but don’t expect taxpayers to fund people who aren’t even average.

That money belongs to the germline who earned it to have their own children.

Taking it directly prevents births and family foundation – c

d – transfer of wealth from earners to state breeders/sponsored voters

A tale of two category errors

  1. Modern theory name is similar or theoretically comparable to historical theory name e.g. Victorian patriarchy is Roman patriarchy is pre-civilization European tribal patriarchy. [no] Further, it applied in all areas for an easily labelled period of time. [just no*]
  2. Wings actually apply to non-economic questions instead of the way laws are made – issue by issue.

2b- For example, a Marxist (all-Left, not just socialists) and a capitalist (all-Right) are equally likely to want OUT of the EU for entirely separate reasons. e.g. The Left doesn’t want to be drafted into an army and die for their political masters. Nor do they want a flood of competition from other countries, where those people are also helped at the direct expense of the domestic poor, a geographic lottery. The Right doesn’t want their culture of moneymaking to be dictated by overlords. They want to expand trade and invest without the interference of multicultural conflict clogging up planning permissions, terrorism scaring consumers, the political PR hot potato of treading the Party line and at personal cost, obeying the Imperialist ambition of the ever-expanding Empire that is the EU.

Like, no shit, coins have two sides. Same coin, motherfuckers.

*non sequitur

For instance, non-economic questions can be referencing biology, more valid for decision-making purposes.

Economic outcomes to non-economic social policy and societal culture. But whether it’s good or not morally has nothing to do with whether it makes you money, Goldstein. 

I feel like I’m always sounding stupid, explaining things on THAT level.

All you need is that picture. National Socialists were Socialist, big whoop.

Kinda like the UK forcing workers to buy into retirement funds i.e. PLCs in the stock market, that’s left-wing.

But they wanted to be international or supranational socialists i.e. the EU.

Nobody cared when they kept their own borders. Nobody mentions this.

After they invaded Austria and Poland, they weren’t really National anymore, were they?

That’s exactly the time everyone hated them. Nationalists don’t want to fuck with other nations, they do not want to be held responsible for their problems.

The opposite of nationalist is colonialist or expansionist. Modern term: globalist.

A better Q: were the Nazis globalist?

Were they nationalist when they invaded France?

Were they still nationalist when the Panzers rolled into Paris?

At which point would they cease being ‘nationalist’? 1 invasion. All nations minus one? Total world domination with Reich open borders policy? Because open borders are only possible within an Empire.

Easy test: how many socialists wanted to join the military versus sit back with champagne safe in The Party?

UBI as if I’m five: you need to pay me for existing or else.

aka Protection Racket.

Ask: is this a protection racket? That’s left wing.

Fascism, historically

Funny to see illiterate Americans make assumptions about what ‘fascism’ is.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fascist_Manifesto

(she says, linking to wikipedia)

Plot twist: women (and poor men) were empowered as citizens.

Politically, the Manifesto calls for:

  • Universal suffrage with a lowered voting age to 18 years, and voting and electoral office eligibility for all age 25 and up;
  • Proportional representation on a regional basis;
  • Voting for women (which was then opposed by most other European nations);
  • Representation at government level of newly created national councils by economic sector;
  • The abolition of the Italian Senate (at the time, the Senate, as the upper house of parliament, was by process elected by the wealthier citizens, but were in reality direct appointments by the king. It has been described as a sort of extended council of the crown);
  • The formation of a national council of experts for labor, for industry, for transportation, for the public health, for communications, etc. Selections to be made of professionals or of tradesmen with legislative powers, and elected directly to a general commission with ministerial powers.

Scientists in power is a fascist view.

In labor and social policy, the Manifesto calls for:

  • The quick enactment of a law of the state that sanctions aneight-hour workdayfor all workers;
  • Aminimum wage;
  • The participation of workers’ representatives in the functions of industry commissions;
  • To show the same confidence in the labor unions (that prove to be technically and morally worthy) as is given to industry executives or public servants;
  • Reorganization of the railways and the transport sector;
  • Revision of the draft law on invalidity insurance;
  • Reduction of the retirement age from 65 to 55.

Fascists are just socialists that give a damn about your vices and private life.

In military affairs, the Manifesto advocates:

  • Creation of a short-service national militia with specifically defensive responsibilities;
  • Armaments factories are to be nationalized;
  • A peaceful but competitive foreign policy.

In finance, the Manifesto advocates:

  • A strong progressive tax on capital (envisaging a “partial expropriation” of concentrated wealth);
  • The seizure of all the possessions of the religious congregations and the abolition of all the bishoprics, which constitute an enormous liability on the Nation and on the privileges of the poor;

The religious should support being poor, because they want to be holy.

We have state-funded religious schools. In the 21st century.

  • Revision of all contracts for military provisions;
  • The revision of all military contracts and the seizure of 85 percent of the profits therein.

These early positions reflected in the Manifesto would later be characterized by Mussolini in the Doctrine of Fascism as “a series of pointers, forecasts, hints which, when freed from the inevitable matrix of contingencies, were to develop in a few years time into a series of doctrinal positions entitling Fascism to rank as a political doctrine differing from all others, past or present.”[3]

America can’t afford more socialism

Note the rounds of 19th century and early 20th century immigration led to debt spikes?

Third Worlders in the First World are just economic parasites. It’s IQ and high time preference.

Spoiled privileged Yang truly promises a Boomer bailout of mortgages via a blisteringly obvious planned rent hike* (since all the poor would suddenly be good for it) and you don’t need extra ‘money’ to end the welfare cliff. It’s a pen stroke away to step the payments down gradually.

America’s net worth is negative too, more socialism will cause hyperinflation – and then, invasion.

People ate leather sofas in Weimar Germany and licked wallpaper glue.

Allegedly they ate babies. This would be mathematically worse.

What’s to stop the sneaky QE of UBI leading to price raises across the board from all sectors? Especially food.

Nothing. That’s what.

People are celebrating a termite in their savings.

UBI: It’s the missing link between inflation and hyperinflation.

The ‘basic’ is a clue. It’ll go on basics – 1. rent, 2. food, 3. medical.

“Universal” – you have no choice whether to go into debt. No choice. But rich people will get a bailout, no means testing. Fair? About inequality? No and no.

The distance between the poor guy with $0 and the rich guy with a million will be exactly the same if you give both two grand. Perhaps higher, because increasing monetary supply directly causes one thing.

Prices will rise. Regardless of specific agents e.g. landlords.

So spending power of the poor guy will decrease.

Go ahead, vote for it. I wanna see what happens.

You cannot consider income without expense.

It’s an equation, it has two sides.

If only there were an economic law to explain this concept, of supplying and demanding…

*The average hippy American Boomer seriously considers their house their pension. That is factual.

Map the top chart onto spending power, I dare you.

Tell Yang you’ll have UBI under one condition: rent controls. He won’t do it.

Why did Venezuela turn to socialism?

It’s trendy to virtue signal how sorry we feel that the people who voted for socialism, for many smug years, are actually getting socialism.
However, nobody discusses why they chose it. If only we had some form of data which describes a nation’s problem solving ability or aptitude for digging out of societal problems. Oh wait – we do.

https://www.photius.com/rankings/national_iq_scores_country_ranks.html

84 – a full standard deviation!


That might be it, boys.


“The intelligence scores came from work carried out earlier this decade by Richard Lynn, a British psychologist, and Tatu Vanhanen, a Finnish political scientist, who analysed IQ studies from 113 countries, and from subsequent work by Jelte Wicherts, a Dutch psychologist.” Replication is important. Cherrypicking “muh China 105” pisses me off.

China, for reference, has an accurate score of 100 in this analysis. Urban, no cheating.
USA 98, Russia 97, Italy 102, Iceland 101, Poland 99. These jibe with most IQ data collected properly that I have read.
Greece and Ireland 92, Mexico 88, it’s almost like the lower national IQ tanks, the more socialist the citizenry becomes …or will become should the economy become volatile.

Brazil 87, Yemen 85 – their national IQ is literally worse than Yemen.

Colombia 84, Pakistan 84, Syria 83, Zimbabwe 82.

Haiti 67. Oof. Over 2SD.

“SOURCE: Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanen, Jelte Wicherts.”

If an immigrant’s behaviour makes no sense and actually seems to spite them, I find out where they’re actually from (or would return to if the going got tough) and look up the national IQ. It hasn’t failed me yet. It doesn’t absolve them of responsibility but it does indicate we’re not operating on all cylinders or have a legitimate place in a First World country. It’s just a matter of time until they self-deport based on the economic impossibility of surviving in a high IQ economy alone. Don’t forget the exit wealth tax!

If the quality of discourse on this subject could improve with the tactful use of data available, that’d be great.

Their (Venezuelan) solution to socialism is yet-more socialism in the form of food subsidies.
You can’t fix that stupid, that’s advanced stupid.

An IQ of 84 – in the context of a global economy?
Do we have the data? Yes we do.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IQ_classification
How many times must I point to the obvious?

You could build a stock market investment strategy purely based on IQ crimethink fact.

If you did a colour-coded bell curve of world IQs by continent, Asia would be lower than Europe on the whole. South America slightly lower, Africa the lowest. Note: all collectivists by culture. They have to be because individually, nobody’s home upstairs.

By the gold standard scale, Venezuela is borderline retarded.

Don’t feed the bears.

Two heads are only better than one if one is not terminally stupid.

They even tried to alter the wording on lesser tests to be more PC.

In IQ results.

Yeah, but eugenic policies improving national IQ are evil, as opposed to a system of dysgenics that leads to starving babies.

Under Marxism, the redundant Party always dines very well. Communism is just a form of plutocracy for suckers.

This information has vast implications for national planning, including whether we let inferior Eastern European intellects crowd out our domestic job market (as the EU wants, you’ll note). From the perspective of safety (building, medical etc) that is insane. Encouraging dysgenic coupling with them is far worse though. Don’t ruin your national IQ with peoples who literally live in shacks, regardless of their skin colour.

Socialist GPA exposes brainwashing

Stop bribes. Stop Universities having coffers, nationalise the bastards. They can’t be so crooked if they’re hooked up with a direct line of public interest and no ‘private’ savings* to embezzle or ‘lose’ in admin, new shitty buildings, repairs. Stop admission preference due to race or religion. Everyone pays the interest. Rich people don’t get discounts or scholarships. Means-test the fuck out of everything and foreign students pay the same as domestic, so there’s no incentive to flood it with foreigners. Reduce class sizes overall.

GPA is just IQ for people too dumb to realise its intent.

Call all virtue signals out.

CONSEQUENCES.

“I want policy X”

“Do you want us to apply policy X to you, specifically?”

“Er…. no”

“But if you want it for society, and you’re part of society….”

“Wait, actually I don’t think it’s fair now.”

Equal and fair are opposites people.

I love how the men rationalize it but the women ramble. Neither is logical.

They also don’t know the data about inheritance being far lower than “self-made” wealth. Still, if I saved my money to give to a hypothetical child, that’s still an ownership right, just deferred from my benefit to said child. Socialists hate sacrifice unless it’s for them and want ownership rights OVER the owner (slavery). They feel worthier than the person’s own child.

This can all be boiled down to Tall Poppy Syndrome.
We call it “the politics of envy”.

Yet….

No socialist I ever met wants to end inheritance…. nor any Communist.

Spread that petition.

They also resent death taxes. They assume their Boomer parents will leave them money because they’re currently living the high life.

p.s. tax student income from scholarships (non-vital, like, not ones to buy food but books, housing etc).

*Colleges are not people and should not have savings. No left-winger can deny nationalization without exposing the profit motive. Nationalise Oxbridge and watch the Left fail.