Playwright David Mamet shockingly claims TEACHERS are 'inclined' towards pedophilia
David Mamet, the acclaimed 'Glengarry Glen Ross' playwright and 'Wag the Dog' screenwriter, has argued that teachers are "sexual predators" who are "inclined" to pedophilia.
Speaking to Fox host Mark Levine on Sunday’s 'Life, Liberty & Levin', Mamet chimed in on “sexual identity politics" and suggested that parents should be in charge of teaching their children certain difficult topics, not their teachers. The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright raised eyebrows as he declared that "we have to take back control" of our schools. His comments came after Florida passed the so-called "Don't Say Gay" bill which bans sexual orientation or gender identity from being taught to children under 10.
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“People have gone nuts and people are frightened because there are huge changes in society, that are brought about by the people in power,” Mamet told Levine on Sunday, April 10. “The people in power, as always, are to a large extent, parasites who are feeding off of the decaying flesh.” The author insisted that society has "decaying flesh" but isn't dying. “It means it needs to get pruned and we need to cut off the diseased parts and go back to individual control of our own destiny. That’s called freedom," he said, adding that "people all over the world — particularly people of color” want to come to the United States and that's why they're "streaming over the borders.”
Mamet insisted that "we have to take back control." He said, “If there is no community control over the schools, what we have is kids being not only indoctrinated but groomed in a very real sense, by people who are, whether they know it or not, sexual predators. Are they abusing the kids physically? No, I don’t think so. But they are abusing them mentally and using sex to do so.” The playwright followed up by saying, “This has always been the problem with education. Teachers are inclined, particularly men because men are predators, to pedophilia.”
Mamet also claimed that the “grooming” concerns emerged after the strictures governing education “broke down” and “the schools said, ‘You know what? We have to teach the kids about sex. Why? Because what if they don’t do it at home?’” He further lamented that schools had gone from teaching children how to wash their hands to lessons about gender identity. Levin appeared to agree, offering that the culture embraced by President Joe Biden, the Democrats, and the media is “quite sick.”
BREAKING: David Mamet describes why so many pedophiles are found in our schools in teaching positions pic.twitter.com/RmAsDPlyht— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) April 11, 2022
It's worth noting that Mamet has authored multiple books belittling liberalism, including 'The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture' and 'Recessional: The Death of Free Speech and the Cost of a Free Lunch'. In a recent interview with Breitbart News, Mamet said he believed former President Donald J Trump is the political left's "true leader" because he had "unified them." He explained, “How can these many people be galvanized without a leader on whom to heap their devotion? I realized they did have a leader on whom to heap their devotion, but it was a devotion to murdering him, and it was Donald Trump. Why is his name constantly in your mouth? It’s because it unified them.”
The acclaimed playwright also gave his two cents on the indoctrination of children by various institutions. “When you teach that this is a dreadful country, and that logical thinking is cheating and you’re going to be indicted for it, you’re not educating anybody. You’re indoctrinating them,” Mamet offered. “I think that’s what’s really going to swamp the Democrats in the midterm elections, is a lot of people of whatever political persuasion they call themselves saying, you can’t have my kids," he added.