What are they teaching kids these days?

Nothing personal; it’s just business.

A teacher at a school for girls in London apparently wanted to teach her students about economics, business, history and the slave trade all in one lesson, so she asked the students to put their thinking caps on to create a business plan for importing slaves from Africa in the most profitable manner possible. As far as the assignment goes, everything was on the table… fucking over your suppliers by using violence, bribes or alcohol was OK, torture was on the menu (and they got down to specifics — whips, manacles, thumbscrews, etc., and here I though all those English Girl’s School stories were a product of the pornographer’s whimsy), and, best of all, one of the benefits was fucking your merchandise (yes, having sex with slaves) in order to breed ‘mixed race’ slave business employees who would handle the human flesh business overseas while your white offspring enjoyed snuff, claret and harpsichord music back on the estate in jolly old England.

The head of the school issued an apology: “On behalf of the school, I apologise unreservedly for the distress and anguish caused to [the student] and to her mother, as well as to you and others in your community who this material may have been shared with. Now I have had the opportunity to view the Powerpoint in its’ entirety, I share your concerns“.

WTF, England? The perfect bookend for this little tale would be for some teacher in Germany to casually suggest to the students that they come up with a ‘business plan’ for the occupation of Poland.

2 Comments on “What are they teaching kids these days?”

  1. JDJarvis says:

    I can think of another experiment: yuo have 3d6x10 gp, 5 hp and 5 drinking buddies. There is a tomb full of treasure, an evil overlords castle, and an apartment full of greenies within easy walking distance, what do you do?

  2. Malcadon says:

    Wow, those girls would fit in nicely at my gaming table. Just replace “Negro” with “Orc”, and you have the right gamer mindset.

Leave a Reply