Written by dgwest7

Monday, 9 February 2009

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Chinese School Permaculture Garden

Instead of slaving in the classrooms from 6.30 am to 10.30 pm,the middle and high-school students are now having a much more healthy and productive kind of education.
They are being taken in huge numbers out to the countryside, to learn how to become self-sufficient.

The Education authorities have discovered that helping the students to spend two days each week in pristine nature in order to produce food and essential materials for survival, has increased the countries ability to learn, beyond all expectations. The two weeks soiree for each student was deemed so successful, that the old idea of cramped rooms in city schools has been abandoned completely, and all lessons are now given in sensible subjects in a practical environment.

The infamous Chinese analyst Henows Yunow says:

"The amazing foresight of the Chinese Government has brought about a phenomena that no-one believed possible. By providing facilities for Chinese school children to experience the true value of nature, the collective intelligence level of the younger generation has now soared to levels far higher than those of their foreign counterparts."

In only one year of permaculture study the overall food output of China has more than doubled, and China is now able to feed over half the world.

This was all brought about by a tiny, government sponsored experiment, in which a private school (Haina Education), from Kunming, Yunnan, pioneered a school-based self-sustainable village, starting back in 2009.

It is difficult to understand that we were behaving in such ridiculous ways only five years ago.

It seems unbelievable to recall that we were spewing factory waste into our rivers, and were burning fossil fuels like they were going out of fashion, which of course they were.

It is beyond most peoples' imagination that we crammed kids into tiny rooms, and monitored their progress by marks gained in exams.

All of this idiocy had been brought about by the money monolith, controlled by just a few of the planets citizens, and not the sanest few at that. They had a sickness that made them want to control everything, but once the sickness was publicly diagnosed, their entire game was over, and they were placed in luxurious lunatic asylums, and allowed to communicate only with each other . Their time had finished, and the planet became a truly happy place to live, for everyone.

A new sort of brotherly love suddenly broke out as soon as the bankers, otherwise known as The Wunch disappeared, and everyone began to help everyone so much, that the pathetic efforts made by governments to maintain their controlling power didn't even achieve press coverage in Spoof News.

So the idea of a world, or national central government was completely abandoned, in recognition that the land needs no further governing, and that the land does not belong solely to humans. It is already governed by nature, and no group of bankers' families can claim to be more powerful than that.

It seemed amazing that in such a short time, we could change from the very weak government by groups of corrupt and temporary politicians, to the very strong and sustainable government of nature.

Once the whole world realised that we already had a One World Government, being nature, they all started to pull in the same direction. This removed the tug of war under which we had suffered for millennia, and the speed of development was nothing short of miraculous, as soon as the restriction of corrupt bureaucracies was removed.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: China, School, Education

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