You Can Only Have So Many Alphas

I’m finding more and more similarities between the compulsory schooling system and the novel Brave New World. Today’s video is just some quick thoughts about the caste-like system in Huxley’s novel and what we’re seeing in our classrooms.

Author: Shelly Sangrey

I'm Shelly, a Christ-following, homeschooling Mom of eleven children ( okay, not ALL children. My oldest is 23.) I met my husband right after graduation, and we've been together ever since. Though my life can be hectic at times... okay, ALL the time, I wouldn't change it for anything.

2 thoughts on “You Can Only Have So Many Alphas”

  1. If you continue the logic. Schools are built to raise girls into those alpha roles, which, though not bad that they are there, its usually at a direct loss to boys and ultimately traditional families. They don’t even bother trying to teach boys in a constructive way. Then women are encouraged into alpha positions workwise, that require all their time. They not only end up forgoing family, but becoming rolemodels, encouraging other women to do the same. Now I don’t care if women are choosing to do that, but along with this push comes the fact that girls and young women are lied too, by omission or otherwise about their options, what equates to value. They are taught they only have value if they do, what was typically considered, mens work, be like a man to be a valuable woman. In the end, as we see, everyone is losing. Women are the least happy they have Ever been, men are under educated, emasculated, even the testosterone levels in each generation is lowering! Most countries aren’t even having enough babies to replace the population, kids are more depressed and the average child suicide is age 12! 12!!! Families feel and often need 2 incomes to survive cause adding 50% more workers to choose from meant employers didn’t need to complete wage wise for employees, so families are making Less then they were 50 years ago. Its a mess, and a planned one, as the government is always ready with a program to keep kids busier and busier, and out of their parents way, away from the family.

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