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Year 12 student leadership team rally for the “cane to be bought back” to discipline disrespectful Year 7s

“I would have never spoken to a Year 12 like that in my day.”

The Year 12 leadership council at a Sydney school are rallying to have the cane reintroduced to “discipline” arrogant Year 7 to 9 students. 

The petition leader, Jessie Franks (18) explains, “In Australia, year 7’s are the most annoying little turds on the face of this nation. Mostly 12-13 years old, these little fucks still think they hold the authority they had in year 6 when they were the top at elementary school, but must realise that once they enter high school they might as well be little retarded kindergartners.”

He describes the year 7 boys at his school, “their muscles are extremely puny, their voices are really high and their faces make them look 10 years old. None of them have girlfriends – and if they do – it’s literally a girl that is a facebook friend. They’ve never hooked up either, the little fucks.” 

His anger toward the young students began when, “This little Year 7 piece of shit said that I should, ‘earn his respect’ – you know what, shut-the-fuck-up. Know your place. Go buy me an Oak”

“They will grow up to be so rude and arrogant if we don’t start hitting them now. There is zero evidence to suggest that hitting children is bad for them. I haven’t researched it or anything, but like – from my point of view, it’s a good thing!

Year 12 leaders could carry canes around and just hit them when they are rude to their superiors.”

The interview was cut short when Jessie’s teacher alerted him that he was late to a class. After she left he mentioned to The Footnotes, “That teacher is a lemon – I’ll go whenever I want.” 

The school Principal confirmed that the school would “definitely not” be introducing canes, despite the student initiative.

Year 12 student leadership team rally for the “cane to be bought back” to discipline disrespectful Year 7s
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