In Penury, Let the School Waifs Be Illiterate With No Need To Count or Read

Roman à clef from the German vineyard. Crimes. Poetry.

Poetry and Stuff

A Remembrance from 2021

It hasn’t been long since the Caitiff Randy Winegarden condemned the school waifs to a life of penury for illiterates and left them to the Apothecary to buy their poison like Romeo and Juliet (Act 5, Scene One, lines 49-60)

by Douglas Gilbert

Back in the old days, Randi Winegarden, through her surrogates, ordered the government to keep the schools closed, and then after the chaos of zoom classes, ordered children who were not vulnerable to the virus to wear masks (even little children who need to see faces). An entire cohort of younger children will grow up not knowing how to read or do math. In less than 10 years, most of them will become criminals and fill the jails.
We present an extract from the past. We remember this from August 6, 2021:

Putting young children in masks is a form of child abuse…

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