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When you attack teachers, you attack the future.

In this case, the future is being forced to act to protect itself from the past.

These old fucks will die off, but not nearly soon enough. And then we have to deal with their children and grandchildren.

TBF, an educated citizenry is not in their best interests.

Their biggest enemy is education of the next generation

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