isn't necessarily an indicator of his intelligence, or credibility. By that logic, those with a college degree are automatically more credible than those without, regardless of the opinions espoused by either. Why not judge his credibility based on his words and actions?
*Why* is the kid behind a few grades? I don't know, but I'm not going to assume it's because of his intellect, because he seemed to know what he was talking about with that teacher.
Also, you're making an assumption as to why he did what he did. Care to back it up with anything?
Finally, not every public school follows some "globalist rule book", nor are they all filled with zombies. Not every situation is a worst case scenario.
Perhaps you should join him on that quest for that elusive half a clue.
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