Sunday, January 24, 2016

Knowing calligraphy will be awesome!


Our local schools tried doing away with teaching cursive writing for a year. That's how long it lasted before parents protested. Kids, being the long-range thinkers they are, don't see the importance of knowing how to read and write cursive, so they were all for dropping a "useless, archaic form of communication" from their already overloaded with nonsense curriculum. A local man, WWII vet, former school teacher, principal, superintendent.  gave a lecture to every class that would welcome him on how the written word has been used to create and control societies through history. When only the elite can translate historic and religious texts, they can tell the populace anything they want. When only the elite can read the original Bill of Rights and Constitution, they can tell the ignorant citizens of this once great nation whatever serves their purposes and keeps the peasants in line. We are just a few generations away from this horror. Fight for your kids' rights to learn how to read and understand important documents on their own. 



4 comments:

John The River said...

Actually a very good point. Then are also studies that people who can and do write in cursive are more organized in their thinking and more creative. I'm sure you and I agree on that.

Chris said...

A family friend, who is 80, has grandchildren in middleschool that never were taught cursive. They cannot decipher her letters to them.

Chris said...

A family friend, who is 80, has grandchildren in middleschool that never were taught cursive. They cannot decipher her letters to them.

John Dowling said...

When only a few can read and everyone else trusts what they say to be the truth, you get Islam.