AUSTRALIAN PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND THE CASTE SYSTEM

Press Release 797

           AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL FOR THE DEFENCE OF GOVERNMENT

SCHOOLS

PRESS RELEASE 797

AUSTRALIAN PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND THE CASTE SYSTEM

 

Private religious schools separate children in a religious and class system from prep to university. They also produce a caste system from birth to the grave. Australia denigrates the English class system and the caste system of India, claiming to be an ‘egalitarian’ society. Not so. Australia is well on the way to dividing our children and taking us back to a caste ridden system via private religious schools and the new technology.

The evidence?

Sascha O’Sullivan, at

 https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/toffer-date-app-its-tinder-for-the-toffeenosed/newsstory/03060701a3f4cfbfcf252e0379a7d058 in the Weekend Australian of 15-16 June 2019, reported as follows:

Toffee dating app: It’s Tinder for the toffee-nosed

Polo players in chinos, skiers clad in Moncler jackets, men holding magnum bottles of Veuve Clicquot. Welcome to the brave new world of a dating app exclusively for the privately educated.

Toffee, an up-scale version of Tinder, launched in Australia this week, attracting 10,000 downloads so far.

It offers an online dating platform limited to people who went to private schools…..

To be accepted on to the platform, users have to declare which private school they attended, ­before being verified by a team of people working behind the scenes, stalking their other social media accounts to check they are who they say they are, and went to school where they say they went…..

For those stuck for inspiration on the “about me” section, the app offers options.

Among them is “next on my bucket list”, “two truths and a lie”, “my ideal dinner party guests” and “a drink that best describes me”.

A quick survey of the app throws up a few distinct types. There’s the classic private school boy: think Ralph Lauren jumper, a shot of him on a yacht, the Sydney Harbour Bridge framing shot, his profile says he is an investment banker.

Another boasts about his “bachelor pad in (Sydney’s) eastern suburbs”, also an investment banker, plays golf, tennis and lifts weights.

Then there’s the other type of person on the app: he went to a private school, but he’s not like other private school boys — when he travels he doesn’t go on yachts, he helps children in need.

His photos are of him meditating rather than drinking champagne, and holidaying in a campervan by the beach rather than at luxury ski resorts.

The striking similarity ­between most of the people on the app is their photos, which are a world apart from the blurry, gym-selfies on Tinder.Most of them are high-resolution and are taken by a ­professional.

The public school mind boggles, but, welcome to the new Australian world being created by the private schools sector.

DOGS have always opposed taxpayer funding of these institutions with the old adage “Divide and Rule’ begins at school. Private school create pillars in a class ridden society.

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