Saturday, June 07, 2008

Japanese Rebellion Against Conformity Leads to Egalitarianism

Please, somebody get to Japan and let them know what bully-parents have done to the U.S. It has turned this country into a bunch of wimps who are so fragile that they cannot survive the smallest criticism.

I do find it funny that in these parents' rebellion against conformity that the result was egalitarianism -- which is really a kind of conformity. You cannot have a story without hierarchy of characters, people! Nor can you have a play without a hierarchy of actors playing the hierarchy of characters.

Japan is taking on the worst characteristics of the U.S. It's doomed.


V said...

Ohhh, no, no, no. I just finished reading A Wrinkle in Time to my class... we and Japan are headed to being Camazotz.

John said...

25 snow whites? That's worse than the new Bob Dylan movie. What's next--44 Baby Jesuses in the Christmas pageant?

If you ask me, today's parents and today's teachers probably deserve each other. It's just a damn shame they're the ones who have to bring up today's kids.

John said...

(Not that kids aren't usually better off with their natural parents--I'm griping, not building my own dystopia).

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