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Hir Majesty Mix Bressack, the New American Royalty

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Hir Majesty Mix Bressack, the New American Royalty

 

 

 

http://www.americanthinker.com

By Fay Voshell

September 30, 2017

 

 

Article:

 

 

There is a longstanding but probably apocryphal story about the time a rash equerry told an off-color joke in the presence of Queen Victoria of England. She drew herself up and invoking the royal lingual prerogative said in a chilly tone, “We are not amused.”

 

The queen’s use of the royal plural pronoun indicated her aristocratic rank and authority over the people of England. The sovereign was “We,” whereas the commoner was something else -- something lower. Throughout the height of aristocratic rule, we find the regular use of the plural term by people holding very high position. Czar Nicholas II still used the royal “we” in his abdication speech, saying, “In agreement with the Imperial Duma, We have thought it well to renounce the Throne of the Russian Empire and to lay down the supreme power.”

 

The last czar’s brutal death was accompanied by the demise of aristocratic nomenclature. “We” was dead. The Bolshevik revolutionists who finished off the 400-year-old Romanoff dynasty ushered in a new way of speaking. A new socialist language indicating the “equality” of all human beings rose up. From about 1917 onward, everyone was to be called “comrade,” much as men and women were to be called “citizen” during the time of the French Revolution.

 

But as the Communist Soviet Union was to discover, aristocratic tendencies linger on. As it always turns out during and after revolutions based on the ideal of absolute equality, no matter what the ideological system advocating the leveling of a hierarchical class system, some will declare themselves to be more equal than others.

 

Perhaps the rise of a new aristocracy is increasingly evidencing itself in the USA even as the demands for equality increase.

 

In an apparent resurrection of hierarchical aristocratic nosism, a teacher here in the Republic of America recently commanded her subjects to call her Mix Bressack. The hapless fifth graders were to use gender neutral pronouns when referring to zi hirself, queen of the classroom.

 

According to USA Today:

 

“A new fifth grade teacher at Canopy Oaks Elementary is asking students to use gender-neutral pronouns in the classroom.

 

Math and science teacher Chloe Bressack sent the request home in a letter to parents headlined “About Mx. Bressack.”

 

“... my pronouns are 'they, them, their' instead of 'he, his, she, hers.' I know it takes some practice for it to feel natural,” the letter reads, “but students catch on pretty quickly.”

 

The letter also asks that students use “Mx.," (pronounced 'Mix') when addressing the teacher rather than Mr. or Ms.”

 

Mx. Bessack, who doubtless was teaching the new, tedious, and ultimately incomprehensible mathematics utilizing labyrinth mental procedures to determine 2+2=4, later noted it would take time for the fifth graders to learn how to address her as she preferred to be addressed. But she would forgive errant pupils, who would receive a special dispensation of grace for the first few sins against her.

 

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Oathtaker

I’m thinking I would tell my child if she were in that class to address the teacher by her first name.

 

It would seem that the teacher and student paradigm in her class is more peerlike than it is anything else.

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MontyPython

Insanity. That's all it is. Sheer insanity. And they put insane nitwits like this in charge of teaching impressionable children.

 

I weep for the future. I'm so old it's not likely to affect me much in my final few years. But I worry about my poor hapless grandson.

 

That poor kid.

 

:(

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Liz

I’m thinking I would tell my child if she were in that class to address the teacher by her first name.

 

It would seem that the teacher and student paradigm in her class is more peerlike than it is anything else.

If I had a child in that class, I would get him or her out of there stat.

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MontyPython

 

Hoo boy. There's a level of irony here. Lemme explain:

 

Yesterday I was watching Tucker Carlson's show for a few minutes. His guest was a typically mindless leftist attempting to defend the actions of that idiot librarian in Cambridge who refused the Dr. Seuss books. Her "argument" was that Dr Seuss was a racist, LOL. And her "reasoning" was equally insane: Seuss was a "racist" because the Cat in the Hat was always pictured wearing a bowtie. That's right, LOL, that wasn't a typo. Apparently wearing a bowtie somehow represents racism. Don't ask me to explain why, because her attempts to "explain" her premise were every bit as insane as the premise itself.

 

Sooooooo.......I wonder how soon she's gonna publicly accuse "Mix Bressack" of being a racist.

 

Yeah, I won't be holding my breath.

 

:nuts:

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Ladybird

I saw my grandniece with a few of her friends a couple weeks, and I said "how are you ladies today?". Welp, I was wrong. One of them is transitioning, into a boy I think, but the kids talk so fast I can't really be sure. I apologized and my nieces friend said it was no problem. Now I just say "hiya" when I meet people.

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firecoco

I saw my grandniece with a few of her friends a couple weeks, and I said "how are you ladies today?". Welp, I was wrong. One of them is transitioning, into a boy I think, but the kids talk so fast I can't really be sure. I apologized and my nieces friend said it was no problem. Now I just say "hiya" when I meet people.

I want everyone here on RN to know that everything Ladybird just said never happened

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Ladybird

I want everyone here on RN to know that everything Ladybird just said never happened

 

I thought you decided to ignore me or boycott or something that would make you fly away?

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firecoco

I thought you decided to ignore me or boycott or something that would make you fly away?

Never....You need someone to keep an eye on you...Consider me the good angel on your shoulder

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Joe the Pagan

I want everyone here on RN to know that everything Ladybird just said never happened

 

I doubt any of Ladybird's stories ever happened.

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