ADHD expert claims disorder is ‘not a real disease’ and EVERYONE fits at least two of the criteria used for diagnosis

An interesting piece in the Daily Mail:

When I was at school, in the 1960s and 1970s, the majority of secondary school teachers were men. The proportion of women in the profession has risen relentlessly ever since, and the consequences have been predictable:

– relentless dumbing down of curricula and consequent grade inflation has been used to mask mediocrity. In PMQs last year David Cameron reported that a GCSE question the previous year had been, ‘If you want to look at craters on the moon, should you use a telescope, or a microscope?’

– because they want to form interpersonal relationships with their charges rather being interested only in teaching them, teachers over-praise the work of pupils – ‘all must have prizes’. This stops pupils’ normal healthy development, a problem often reinforced by indulgent single mothers.

– female teachers pay more attention to girls than boys, and encourage them to go into low-risk, highly-paid, secure fields – such as medicine. 70% of medical students today are female. GPs earn an average of £105,000 p.a. and more than 50% are women. The proportion continues to rise while the service quality continues to decline. It costs up to £500,000 to train a doctor, and on average the NHS gets about half the working hours over a career from female doctors compared with male doctors. The capacity crash in the NHS has been met by employing thousands of doctors from overseas, at enormous cost to taxpayers.

– teachers have been unable to control their pupils, so classroom assistants – unknown in the 1960s and 1970s – are required.

– acceptable behaviour for all pupils is that which comes naturally to girls, but not to boys. Boys’ spirits are crushed in these hyper-feminised environments, and some of them have to be drugged in an effort to make them behave in ways which come naturally to girls. Female GPs are said to be particularly happy to prescribe such drugs.

The taxpayer pays ever more for an increasingly mediocre state education system. The parallels with the Health Service are striking.

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • This pattern repeats itself throughout the EU and US. What amazes me most is that not enough men fully realize what kind of shambolic,discriminatory,failing system is being imposed upon them by biased,utterly unrealistic,calculating feminists.Not only is this blatant discrimination against men,but also against defenceless schoolboys by female teachers with cooperating female doctors.
    It is time for the lads in the pub to finaly take notice,however reluctantly,and take a stand or they will be downgraded from their current second class citizenship to a third class citizenship,after women and even girls.
    Not to mention the damage being done to the society,economy and the country in general.

  • Norman Lathers

    I think that in more than a few instances, ADHD is more properly a case of ‘BCD’ – boring class disorder. “Your son looked out a window – he needs medicine.” LOL

    Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2014 11:56:55 +0000 To: