Leaving aside Andrew Tate’s ongoing criminal case, I think everyone can agree there are some pretty silly articles about the Tate trend appearing in the mainstream press.
Right now the Sunday Times has weighed in to tell us how teachers are trying to undo Tate’s bad ‘ brainwashing’. Remember, the only real people who should be brainwashing children are Left-wing teachers.
“ It is a edition of radicalisation as far as Now i am concerned, ” says Sophie Whitehead, who works on the School of Sexuality Education, which provides workshops on permission. “ His rhetoric is so violent and it has affected a lot of young people. ”
The south London instructor helped to explain the impact of Tate’s words by creating a pyramid, showing how some actions such as using violent words could elevate to criminal behaviour.
Ignore Tate, look at the pyramid!
A female teacher at another school said that some pupils were giving up upon studying for exams, sensation that they no longer needed education to thrive. “ They will [pupils] generally end up saying, ‘ I could get rich on the internet, which what Andrew Tate did’, ” she said.
Would it be such a terrible thing pertaining to boys who are being failed by the education system to understand skills that will help them be successful online? I for one might have much rather learned to code than learned about stalactites.
The Sunday Times also appears to need a few online education, as it claims Tate is still running his Hustler’s University course, which in fact had been replaced by Real life some time back.
But instead the offline re-education continues:
At assembly in the Oxfordshire schools, pupils are told about the reason why expressions such as ‘ guy up’ or ‘ be considered a man’ should not be used. With St Dunstan’s, a co-educational fee-paying school in London, educators try to have discussions about Tate and establish exactly what pupils know before feeding teenagers more information. News posts about Tate are deconstructed with older pupils.
Whether one particular loves or hates Tate, or believes he is accountable or innocent, it is obvious he is a symptom of a culture that demonises men and boys and allows them to fall behind. Instead of listening to these young men, their out-of-touch adults act aghast and tell them they are wrong, leading to absurdly tone-deaf claims like the following:
However despite Tate’s views, indicative of a wider misogynistic lifestyle on the internet and sweeping through schools, there is still hope.
Hope for what exactly? And why should we trust these teachers to guide boys, who appear to were let down by those who should be guiding them, in the right direction?
Which is my take, but make-up your own minds by reading the full piece .