The inevitable Privatisation of Superstitious Ethos Education in Ireland

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Hans Von Horn

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The Government have moved, to remove the right of Superstitious School Operators to require that, what are effectively Witch Doctors, perform Induction Rituals on Children as a qualification for admission to a State Funded Superstitious Ethos School.

State Funded Superstitious Ethos Schools are very plentiful, so plentiful they often are no alternative options for Parents, to find a School Place for their Child.

While the Government believe they have solved a problem, and are taking a bow, they have only created one. There are too many Superstitious Schools in Ireland.

Once you drop the requirement to pretend to be a Superstitious Parent to get a School Place and commission the superstitious induction ritual, then Parents can come out of the Closet and declare their Rationality.

How can the Government continue to allow the Superstitious Organisations inflict their Superstition on Children who have a universal right to attend any school that is publically funded?

The only future for Superstitious Education is offering it privately. That will be the only model for Superstitious Orders to operate. Fee based Superstition will have a much smaller market.
 
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The Government have moved, to remove the right of Superstitious School Operators to require that, what are effectively Witch Doctors, perform Induction Rituals on Children as a qualification for admission to a State Funded Superstitious Ethos School.

State Funded Superstitious Ethos Schools are very plentiful, so plentiful they often are no alternative options for Parents, to find a School Place for their Child.

While the Government believe they have solved a problem, and are taking a bow, they have only created one. There are too many Superstitious Schools in Ireland.

Once you drop the requirement to pretend to be a Superstitious Parent to get a School Place and commission the superstitious induction ritual, then Parents can come out of the Closet and declare their Rationality.

How can the Government continue to allow the Superstitious Organisations inflict their Superstition on Children who have a universal right to attend any school that is publically funded?

The only future for Superstitious Education is offering it privately. That will be the only model for Superstitious Orders to operate. Fee based Superstition will have a much smaller market.
Sticking the word rational onto idiocy doesn't make it rational.
 

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Very superstitious, writing on the wall
Very superstitious, ladders bout' to fall
Thirteen month old baby, broke the lookin' glass
Seven years of bad luck, the good things in your past
When you believe in things that you don't understand
Then you suffer
Superstition ain't the way
Very superstitious, wash your face and hands
Rid me of the problem, do all that you can
Keep me in a daydream, keep me goin' strong
You don't wanna save me, sad is my song
When you believe in things that you don't understand
Then you suffer
Superstition ain't the way, yeh, yeh
 

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The Government have moved, to remove the right of Superstitious School Operators to require that, what are effectively Witch Doctors, perform Induction Rituals on Children as a qualification for admission to a State Funded Superstitious Ethos School.

State Funded Superstitious Ethos Schools are very plentiful, so plentiful they often are no alternative options for Parents, to find a School Place for their Child.

While the Government believe they have solved a problem, and are taking a bow, they have only created one. There are too many Superstitious Schools in Ireland.

Once you drop the requirement to pretend to be a Superstitious Parent to get a School Place and commission the superstitious induction ritual, then Parents can come out of the Closet and declare their Rationality.

How can the Government continue to allow the Superstitious Organisations inflict their Superstition on Children who have a universal right to attend any school that is publically funded?

The only future for Superstitious Education is offering it privately. That will be the only model for Superstitious Orders to operate. Fee based Superstition will have a much smaller market.
What's a 'superstitious school'?
A school that won't walk under a ladder or something?

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