Drugs & Prostitution Rampant in US High Schools
June 16, 2012
Sex and drugs proliferate
at many US high schools,
says a veteran teacher.
by Nathan Patrick Henry
(The author was a high school teacher for 18 years.)
Sexual activity at public schools campuses is more common than thought.
Our young people are so inundated by it, many consider sexual acts in the same category as handshakes. They do it openly in classrooms and cafeterias, using smart-phones to share the experience.
For drugs, "little boys and girls" will do nearly anything. Prostitution has become a big money maker.
Prostitution is safe for a couple of reasons. While selling drugs is a crime, prostitution is difficult to prove.
School administrators especially will not touch homosexual prostitution with a ten foot pole. To criticize homosexuality in any way is the new anathema.
A male teacher complained about abusive behavior from a homosexual boy. The principal threatened the teacher to shut him up.
Where I worked, at an inner city school in Houston, boys and girls were pimped to students and adults. Any sexual flavor was available. Rendezvous were arranged just off campus for predators who wanted to abuse kids.
One pimp on our campus arranged for a girl to orally service a boy in the restroom. He also charged spectators to watch. This incident was caught by a teacher, but this pimp's business continued to thrive.
A disgusting cross-dressing homosexual has been repeatedly caught in the act. He carries a straight razor and threatens everyone knowing he is "untouchable" under the shield of political correctness. In one week an Assistant Principal caught eight sex acts on the campus and did nothing of consequence.
Many school faculty members are immoral as well. Sex between faculty and students is more frequent than people believe. Young teachers are only a few years older than their students and many have no qualms about having sex with them.
My school terminated four teachers for this in one year and covered it up. My principal was a sexual predator who was forced to retire. He had already done the same thing at two schools. Was it criminal to hire him a third time?
Just recently, a 27 year old teacher was caught in a relationship with her 16- year-old student in Washington State. We hear about this over and over again. I would estimate that for every incident that is reported the schools cover up about four or five.
The police estimated that an average $30K of drugs were sold each month.
Everything from pot to heroine was available. The recent trend is the pharmaceuticals like "bars," and hydrocodone. More recently the "legal" but lethal substances like "spice" and "bath soaps" are being used. Kids sit in class in zombie states on these drugs.
Drugs inundate our student populations, even among our advanced-placement kids. Young people are hard pressed to find friends not involved.
Teachers are buying drugs from students. How can a disciplined educational relationship between teachers and students exist?
I had a student confide that he got stoned every day, went to math class, and fell asleep. He passed with flying colors. No child left behind? This practice is widespread. We produce what the welfare state needs. This is hardly an accident.
Some of the finest young teachers I have known did not last two years in the field.
They could see no value in fighting a morally bankrupt system that rewards evil.
With a few exceptions the teachers who last are the ones who are incapable of independent thought.
My career has suffered for my refusal to participate in the annihilation our kids' souls. If Vladimir Lenin could see our schools he could verify that we have perfected the educational system that John Dewey borrowed from him.
My book 2+2=4 History with Eyes Open, Things I Wish I Could Have Told My Students, is my musings on the manipulative nature of history as it is taught. My emphasis is the nature of the brainwash and its ever-present objectives, while trying to reconnect us with how self-evident reality actually is.
First Comment: from "C"
I am also from the Houston area and would have been from the graduating class of '08 had it not been for a heavy use of drugs. From first hand experience I can tell you plenty of kids participated in the drugs for sex scheme.
Sex runs rampant, even amongst the AP or GT kids. Drugs are taken during school, whether it be in the hallway, bathroom, or classroom. I once laid out a line of cocaine while in physics class and a friend and I snorted it right off the table in front of other classmates. Students have been caught having sex in hallways or under stairwells. Plenty more weren't caught simply because there were areas of the school one could go to where it was almost impossible to get caught.
Teacher/student sex is common, and if you're in the right crowd you know about it almost immediately. Some teachers or principals had kids at the same school, so it wasn't uncommon to end up at there house on the weekend partaking in illicit drugs. Drugs and sex were a common currency between all, and I've had plenty a female friend who sold herself for a bit of cocaine or alcohol. Drug dealers have a readily available pool of addicted customers at their fingertips, and were well known and liked, basically mini celebrities on campus akin to rock stars with all the perks and no rehab.
I am for the most part removed from such things now, but still know plenty of people who just moved on to college doing the same things. Schools are a joke, nothing is learned; I am prime example to that as I dropped out and still was able to get into a Tier One University simply because I did most of my learning out of school on my own time.
Kids are not stupid, innately we know something isn't quite right with what's going on, but we are powerless to the system and the overbearing peer pressure from weaker minded friends. Parents thankfully are waking up and pulling their kids out of school and teaching them at home. I was home schooled for 6th grade and met kids who were light years ahead of classmates I had during my last year of high school.
Simply put, public schools do nothing but inculcate mindlessness. No critical thinking is involved and you are taught to be just like everyone else. Our kids are being brainwashed and propagandized to on a daily basis. No one should be surprised that they are so easily swayed once they enter college; no foundation has been formed, there mind just as the shifting sands.
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