Esto es “educación en valores”, pero en los valores tradicionales no en las pajas mentales de los giliprogres inadaptado:
Values and virtues tend to trickle from the top down, rather then percolating from the bottom. And that has huge implications. Since the newly invigorated merchants in 17th century Edo (Tokyo) started emulating samurai customs, such as the tea ceremony, Japanese with higher aspirations have sought to adopt the values and comportment of the upper class. The ethos by which those are transmitted is, by now, so widely diffused that it’s an essential part of Japanese schools’ curriculum, for instance in a wise book, The Tsurezuregusa, written by Kenko, a Buddhist priest and poet at the Imperial Court, around 1330.
1330! How many books reflecting traditional Western virtues as perceived even a hundred years ago are still being taught in Western schools? Instead, the psychotic Western elite disseminates the contemporary values it has minted: erasure of history, custom, and the white peoples’ ethnic identity; prostration before hostile aliens without and within; tolerance über alles; equality at the expense of liberty; quantity rather than quality; flesh over spirit; indulgence over will; statism over self-reliance. All these are a contagion that destroys, rather than a restorative that invigorates.
¿Estudian los escolares europeos algún libro que refleje los valores de la tradición Europea en 1330? Ni siquiera por interés histórico, no digamos formación moral.