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The sack for 7,000 teachers in Poland?


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
19 Jun 2013 #1
Yet another spin-off of the low birth rate is the prospect of 7,000 teachers losing their jobs according to Education MIn. Szumilas.
Yet another argument for traditional marriages which ensure demographic replenishment better than shakers-up, let along sterile same-gender liaisons.
Polson 5 | 1,770
19 Jun 2013 #2
Yet another argument for traditional marriages

You can't force people to copulate. But go first, I insist, go make kids, Polo ;)

let along sterile same-gender liaisons.

Not if they adopt, that's what sterile couples sometimes do, but you won't agree, now who's to blame? ;)
Harry
19 Jun 2013 #3
Yet another argument for traditional marriages which ensure demorgaophic replenishemnt better than shackers-up

Actually it's just an argument for people having sex more, both inside and outside marriage. If anything, it's more of an argument for sex outside marriage (if we want to get the population up, we need to get people going at it like rabbits, not to impose on them all sorts of formalities before they can make the beast with two backs).

sterile same-gender liaisons.

Serious, how many times per hour do you think about gay sex? I'm astounded that somebody can take a news item about teachers and within 15 words make it about gay sex.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
19 Jun 2013 #4
we need to get people going at it like rabbits

Yes, a little moustachioed chap once thought the way you do. He called his project Lebensborn. This is not a fish hatchery or chicken farm -- the point is to replenish the demographic shortfall within the traditonal, sacramentalised family. The purpose is to actually bring children up, set an example and ensure they carry on the family tradition.

Informal, often fly-by-night liaisons frequently lack the stability and permanence to do a proper job of child-rearing.

think about gay sex

Funny you did not latch onto the shackers-up, but onyl gay sex. Who is obsessed?
Harry
19 Jun 2013 #5
Yes, a little moustachioed chap once thought the way you do. He called his project Lebensborn.

Oh dear, I see you're lying about me yet again. I actually said "if we want to get the population up, we need to get people going at it like rabbits". Personally I see no need to increase the population level, what with infinite growth not being sustainable in a finite system and all that jazz.

Funny you did not latch onto the shackers-up, but onyl gay sex.

And again you're lying about what I said, I very clearly stated "sex ..., both inside and outside marriage". Is there any point in trying to discuss things with you when all you do is lie about what I say?

Personally I'd quite like to talk about education in Poland and why the government thinks 'number of kids going down, we'll need to sack teachers' rather than 'number of children going down, we can continue to spend the same amount of money but have smaller classes and thus give kids a better start in life'. There's no need to drag gay sex into this discussion!
jon357 70 | 19,565
19 Jun 2013 #6
Yet another spin-off of the low birth rate is the prospect of 7,000 teachers losing theri jobs according to Education MIn. Szumilas.

More a 'spin-off' of half a million people emigrating plus the kids from the population spike of a few years ago no longer being of school age.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
19 Jun 2013 #7
gay sex

Are you suggesting that gay sex can help solve the demographic shortfall? For all your homophlic bias I can't really imagine even you proposing such a thing.
jon357 70 | 19,565
19 Jun 2013 #8
gay sex

You're talking about this again? That's quite often that it pops into your thoughts, isn't it?


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