Hallo Everybody

The eastern education system is producing the most results. Look at the facts and the graphs at hand. It is time for the western education system to learn from them and it is strongly recommended for a happy sustainable future for both old and new.

They teach civilization first. The west teach Us, Israel and the church to remain the big brother despite all the financial, moral and social failures.

It is heart shattering to see how children form the Westbank must learn and develop amongst piles of destruction. This cannot be our role model for the future.

In the east one finds real peace. In the west real hypocrisy.

Please have a serious think tank about the future of the next generation. Please.

The mothers do not agree with many of the old school. The time to change is now more than ever before.

A big thank you to everybody that are doing the dirty work to propel humanity forward.  

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