- Feb 22, 2020
Yeah, it is lucky. Being able to homeschool is truly something to be grateful for.Your nephews and family are lucky to be allowed to homeschool. In Germany going to school is mandatory until 9th grade (last time I was in school like ages ago). But it hasn’t change since then because people that I know have the issues described by you and a hard time dealing with the fact that they aren’t allowed to homeschool.
It teaches you how to be brainwash and to become a perfect soldier for them. Like the example I have given above in regards to “Friday’s for Future”.
It is nice to know that you still practiced and did extra math-hours, you are one of those special cases especially nowadays. When math is “racist” and must be abolished.
Basically everything that makes one smarter and forces to use the brain, is “racist”. Meaning - we don’t want children to be smart so we’re going to play the racist card.
Yes, that scene with the “depressed” person, that’s exactly what I am talking about.
This plus the romanticizing of depression making it seem “cool”.
Depressed people don’t walk around saying they’re depressed. They actually fight suicidal thoughts and want to get better. It’s very easy to spot fake depression.
You have depression in some cases of bad PMS. I have it. It started in my mid 20s and it’s scares me a bit every time. And every time I try to fight it. Even though I know it only lasts a few days, whenever it starts, it feels like the end. I try to push my self and that’s the attitude to go with. Not having BTS “talking about mental health” so that millions of little girls dream of getting their attention through letters saying they are also depressed and having anxiety issues.
Regarding your last paragraph - it’s Korea 10 years ago. Now it’s even worse.
Would you allow your children to NOT learn in a good school (Korea isn’t yet facing the American and European issues), instead writing “gang” lyrics in a world where colleagues are in the business of either dealing drugs, guns and prostitutes or exploited by even bigger monsters..
I mean their parent all knew what a horrible exploitation labels are playing.
I wasn’t following Korean pop entertainment at all and even I heard about their slave contracts about 15 years ago.
I believe their parents must of thought what you wrote and once the money came in, then everything was forgotten.
Still - no money in the world can make up for the quality, who they are, what they are doing.
Yoongi is still the wanna-be rapper only gayer and with 10seconds rap per album.
Yes, their parents had to sign for their contracts (those under 18).
Regarding Yoongi selling his music - I already said that maybe he wasn’t that good, but what I missed to mention is that no one is earning money for song writing unless you are established and connected. Which takes years, or it used to take years. Now...you know...the gay agenda...the same issue over and over again.
It doesn’t work the way Yoongi wants to portray it.
For a 16 y old to earn money from writing lyrics, that’s so unrealistic! Another story made to draw empathy/victimizing.
Oh, no, you misunderstood, I never had to take extra math classes, fortunately. I meant that if I had to I'd hate it, because I never found math particularly interesting.
I'm assuming by "racist math" you mean like AI, which uses math, being considered racist when the results arent "acceptable"?
I also think a genuinly depressed person probably wouldnt want to talk about it, especially with a stranger. But at the same time, I dont really know the guy, I don't know his inner workings to know his motivation, and it's not like I'm some Boomer going "these damn kids! Back in My day...!", I'm only 25, but it just seemed so odd to me. Especially since it's not the first time I'm hearing someone implying that "normal is being always happy". Even if you're right and he said that to get attention, a healthy person wouldn't use depression for attention, so either way there's some kind of struggle going on in him.
Oh wow, that sounds really scary. I fortunately havent had that. I can't imagine what it's like expecting that at some point during the month you'll be feeling depressed and still feeling like it's too much, even though you know that it just happens every month and that it'll pass.
I dont know, I don't trust schools either way, but in Yoongi's case maybe it was just a phase of rebelion. Even if Korean schools dont have the same issues that American/European schools have, like the creepy and destructive stuff they put in the kid's heads nowadays, even without it, schools still suck and are mostly incredibly boring and pointless.
"Would you allow your children to NOT learn in a good school (Korea isn’t yet facing the American and European issues), instead writing “gang” lyrics in a world where colleagues are in the business of either dealing drugs, guns and prostitutes or exploited by even bigger monsters.."
Well, I've already said what I think about schools. And I don't really think you can not allow your kid to write "gang" lyrics. I mean, how would you know that they're doing that unless they tell you? Or unless you find the lyrics in their room? I mean, my parents didn't know I wrote poetry in middle school until I told them about it. And if you do find the lyrics, how would you control your kid to not write any More of those "gang" lyrics? Yoongi said he managed to keep it a secret. And if they're seriously angry "gang" lyrics, I'd just talk to the kid about it, if they have so much anger pent up, then I'd think it's my fault, as the parent, for not recognizing what is going on in the heart of my child. I also dont think a healthy kid would want to enter a business of drugs, guns, prostitutes, etc. I mean, what boy would want to wear makeup and do gayish fan-service, or dance infront of teenage girls? I was genuinly surprised when I heard that Yoongi renewed his contract, because I was almost sure he would wait until the contract ended and then say "thats it, I want to only be a producer now and focus more on creating music. Enough of this idol crap".
"Yoongi is still the wanna-be rapper only gayer and with 10seconds rap per album." Ahahahah. That's... sadly true.
Yeah, I dont know what he was thinking. I already thought that selling your cd's is kind of odd, I mean, maybe it's common for underground rappers to do that, but just, why would anyone buy a cd from an artist they dont know? How do you expect to make money from that? But I remember he did write a beat for some other rapper, who apparently heard Yoongi's music and liked it, so he wasnt a "nobody", but still it's a very unstable situation.