In the children’s own words:
German Compulsory Education is A ‘Waste of Time’
“The Wunderlich children described their time in public school as a waste of time, with a classroom environment that was out of control.
“When there are so many children and they are talking about all kinds of things it’s really loud,” 14-year-old Joshua said.”
“In home schooling I felt like we were able to learn a lot more in shorter time; in school they always make it so long and still you learn less than in home-school,” his sister, 15-year-old Machsejah, added.
“They don’t learn anything [in public school]. They get a brainwashing about reality and they also learn bad behavior,” Dirk said.
They learned just what our Youth Learned
The following is the transcript of the German speaking portion of the video, “Why our Children Refuse School.” It appears to be that children all over Germany are learning the same things.
Besorah: My name is Besorah Schott and I am 15 years old. I was born and raised in the Twelve Tribes Community of believers.*
“Then when I went to school in Deiningen it was extremely hard for me to find friends because everyone excluded me. I always tried to be friendly to them and make friends, but it somehow didn’t seem to help anything.
“It was totally wild in the classroom, brawling and chairs being thrown through the class room, and….,…it was like hell on earth for me to go to that school. I also got completely discriminated and just not treated normally. For this reason I don’t want to go there any more. I endured it for four months now, but now I have enough.
“Besides that I could not learn at all, I couldn’t concentrate when the children turn on their music and cell phone and are totally distracted. The teacher needs to scream across the room all the time because the children are not under control one bit but are totally wild.
“And then there are the sixteen/seventeen year old boys that only do nonsense (bosh) all the time and enact kindergarten and I want to learn and can’t concentrate… Also in my interim reference you could see very clearly that I was a good student and that I had a good education in the eight years I went to school in Klosterzimmern.
“I can only praise our private school, and would wish to go there again. My experience here in our private school was only good and I didn’t have to suffer under exclusion, discrimination, mocking, blaspheming…. I always wished and had the hope that our private school could be re-opened, but until now nothing has happened yet.”
This is what Chassidah said about her “education” in the post, “I have not been born for this place!“**
“Everything you see here is educators screaming at the children.
“My parents never screamed at me. They were always nice to me.”
If such raucous Behavior is the Norm. . .
Why would anyone ever put children in such an unruly, undisciplined environment?
It must be that those who do so don’t want them to learn.
Then it all makes sense!
** Chassidah was taken captive by the social services on 5 September 2013 and escaped her confinement in mid-March 2014. Read about it in the post, “Markeli Family is together again.”