June 15, 2018
Bullying works. Don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.
Here we have a heartwarming tale of heroic generation Z meme warriors defeating the forces of evil through epic cyberbullying efforts.
When you get black-pilled about life, never forget that this world isn’t all darkness and poz. There is light at the end of this tunnel. No matter how much kids may be oppressed by their demented teachers, some of these youngsters rise up and fight back against the machine – and win.
She never discussed her sexuality with her students – although there is no reason why she should not have. But she did post a photo of her and her partner to Instagram, and after it was discovered, that’s when the cyberbullying began.
Oh, yeah. Cyberbullying is the best kind of bullying. Because of memes.
The future is the best place to be, after all.
Amy Estes, a California middle school teacher says she went to the administrators asking for help and support, but got none. She says they ignored the problem, saying it was “drama,” and would “blow over.”
Ignoring bullying never works.
Because bullying is always a result of your own degenerate behavior – whether that’s being a dirty bulldyke, or failing to bust someone’s lip when he makes fun of your Spongebob lunchbox.
To be a man, you have to fight for what you believe in. And that may include your totally lit lunchbox.
The only way to stop bullying is to correct your bad behavior, whether that means discontinuing your disgusting carpet-munching, or fighting any foo’ who gives you lip over your favorite cartoon characters.
“Estes, who has taught English at Spring View Middle School in Rocklin for five years, considered herself well-liked before the barrage of online taunts, nasty statements and memes began at the beginning of the school year,” The Sacramento Bee reports.
Lesbo memes? I wanted to see that. Why didn’t they include them in this article? Did a communist write this?
Oh, right. Nevermind.
Here’s some memes to get your fix.
The school not only refused to step in, but told her she should not discuss her sexuality as a means of getting the attacks to stop unless it was absolutely necessary.
“At the recommendation of her bosses, Estes tried to talk to the student she was told was the ringleader. He denied any wrongdoing,” the paper says. “She said she asked the school to investigate the social media posts and to talk to the students involved. She was told the school does not monitor what is being said on the internet. Estes says such monitoring has been done when students were bullying one another.”
Estes, it turns out, had helped to create the school’s anti-bullying curriculum, so she was familiar with ways to handle bullying.
Yeah, she sounds like a real pro!
The principal called it a teachable moment and said she wasn’t sure what Estes wanted school officials to do.
It was indeed a teachable moment. The dyke teacher could have learned to mend her degenerate ways.
But instead, she doubled down, trying to impose her sick views on her virtuous and noble students.
“What I wanted from my administration was to utilize the discipline matrix that I worked hard to establish,” said Estes, who helped build the anti-bullying curriculum used with students. “If there is hate speech, students are given a consequence – detention or other consequences. Speaking so hatefully deserved more than a teachable moment.”
It didn’t get better.
Of course not. Under an oppressive regime of state-mandated homosexuality, the righteous will rise up in protest.
These homo-kikes won’t be tolerated for much longer.
“She assigned her students a positive lesson: Write a report about how you would create a utopia and give a class presentation. When it was the girl’s turn, she said her utopia would not include gay marriage because it was bad. Her paper used a derogatory word to describe gay people, among other inflammatory things, Estes said.
The students reacted with clapping and cheers, obviously looking to her for reaction, Estes said.
And that was her breaking point.
Well done, kids. Beautiful.
This was masterfully done. The dyke teacher was forced into taking a “mental health” leave, which hopefully involved being locked in an insane asylum where she belongs.
Parents whose daughter had the Rocklin teacher who went on mental health leave after being bullied by students when they learned she was gay are now sharing their side of the story. They say they support the district & believe LGBTQ issues should not be addressed in school @ABC10 pic.twitter.com/yRy9lzPT4q
— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) June 13, 2018
Truly, the next generation will be titans of meme warfare