Atheist Teachers, Criminal Athletic Association, Neonazi Students

04 Jun

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Atheist Teachers, Criminal Athletic Association, Neonazi Students…Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School Has It ALL!

Bully Assault & Battery at
RCS High School

With the New York State Dignity Act, an important anti-bullying law going into effect this month, it is baffling, especially in view of Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk schools’ very poor record in curtailing and preventing school bullying –teacher-on-student, teacher-on-teacher, and student-on-student bullying– how it is possible that a particularly brutal attack could happen in the RCS high school only last week!

Here’s what happened and what was caught on video:

A male ninth-grade student is attempting to pass through a door. Another male student appears to be making way for the first student to pass but then jumps the first student from behind. The attacker brutally hits the first student in the head and then claws his neck, leaving numerous lacerations and fingernail marks on the first student’s neck.

The first student was able to free himself from the attacker’s grip but not without injuries.

The entire incident was caught on video tape. The parents of the injured student demanded that the New York State Police be called; the Coeymans Police responded but were allegedly sent away by the school principal, who was instructed by the parents to allow only the State Police to investigate.

Because of fears of retaliation against the injured student that were expected on the basis of previous bullying incidents at the high school, several of which were directly attributed to the instigation of teachers having made imprudent and inappropriate remarks relating to a student, the parent of the injured student had earlier called the school to advise administration and teachers to be vigilant that day. A lot of good that precaution did!

We have previously reported on the bullying problems at the RCS high school, the reports of a teacher, Matt Miller, proclaiming himself to students to be an atheist when not reciting the “one nation under God” part of the pledge of allegiance (see  “One Nation Under God”…Maybe not.)  (Miller is president of the RCS teachers association/union), two teachers at least are known to have made inappropriate remarks about students or student’s family members which led directly to bullying incidents (see Stop the Presses…EXTRA! Bully Gangs at RCS and  Real Bullying at School is By the Teachers), school administration has either been slow to respond or totally non-responsive to incidents, including even a gun on school grounds (see Gun at School & Budget Vote Irregularities…Did you see… ), and the attacker in the most recent incident, a 15-year-old minor and resident of the Ravena community, Oakbrook Manor, is a self-proclaimed neo-nazi!

Because the attacker is a minor, the New York State Police have allegedly informed the parents of the injured student that no charges can be made against the attacking student! This was clearly a premeditated violent assault and battery on another student without provocation whatsoever! What’s this shite about not being able to charge the attacker? That’s utter nonsense! Charge the juvenile criminal and do it now or expect to see more bold attacks…and more lawsuits, including criminal charges against administrators and teachers! (On top of everything else, the RCS district is plagued with a corrupt and tainted police department and a serious retaliation problem. See Corrupt Coeymans Police Effectiveness Compromised!!!, Can You Explain This, Jerry?, This Is Your Town, Coeymans! Do you like it?).

Teachers are mandated reporters of such violence under the Dignity Act but at RCS they’re involved with the bullying! Many of the teachers don’t have the brains or the training to know the difference between opening their mouths and letting crap fly out and keeping their manure chutes shut!

And Brian Bailey, principal of the RCS high school, allegedly responds that he “Will take care of it [?]” (RCS has a record of non-response (see Schools, Superintendent:  No Response to Allegations of Bullying…)  Idiots! Brian Bailey is barely able to cross the street unassisted (see INCREDIBLE!!!)…what in hell is he going to do about this violent assault and battery on a student on school grounds? A neo-nazi, no less! Bailey can’t even be relied on to implement emergency security procedures when there’s a gun on school grounds! Who cares WHY the gun’s there! It’s there! You ask WHY? after you implement the security procedures, you DORK!

If school violence is not enough for your tax dollars, RCS residents and taxpayers, we also have our greedy little friend Matt Miller double-dipping and getting a stipend on top of his teacher salary (see A Fable of a Swimming Pool and Acquatic Sports and other Horror Stories). We have a RCS Athletic Association that’s come under fire for alleged criminal activity like misrepresenting itself as a non-profit, failing to file the required tax disclosures, illegally misusing Association funds for political purposes (see Sports Scandal Quiz: RCS Sports Association? and James Latter). There’s also the sociopath wanabe teacher, Josephine O’Connor, who does a “He called me fat!” dance for voters (see Josephine O’Connor: A Role Model of Maturity and Mental Stability…NOT!) and then gets a village idiot, her estranged father, Joseph “Joe” Tracey,  to harass and intimidate and then to file a false charge against the president of the Board of Education, getting the innocent man arrested! (see This Is Your Town, Coeymans! Criminals Gone Wild, Part II) And then we have the reall perp and pervs, over and above Josephine O’Connor, who go unscathed despite egregious violations of confidentiality in violation of the federal FERPA law, like James Latter  (see James Latter: Why Is He Still On the Board of Education?).

The Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk Central School District Recently Put to The Vote and Approved a $41,729,185 budget for the 2012-13 school year. While the proposed budget allegedly reduces spending by $708,681, or 1.7 percent compared with the current school year it increased the tax levy on property owning residents by an additional 6.8 percent! The final total was 1797 Yes votes to 1602 No votes (53 percent to 47 percent). The very close, almost a tie, provides a clear clue as to the sharp division in the community regarding this highly charged and controversial issue, not to mention the brutality and nastiness of the Yes! supporters in the campaigning leading to this vote. A large number of voting irregularities are currently under investigation by various authorities. (See More Irregularities in the Voting?, Gun at School & Budget Vote Irregularities…Did you see…,, Secret Meetings on Budget at Public School?)

Your Tax Dollars Working For You and Your Children!

Bullies are Pussies!

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8 responses to “Atheist Teachers, Criminal Athletic Association, Neonazi Students

  1. CKP

    January 12, 2014 at 8:43 pm

    “Because the attacker is a minor, the New York State Police have allegedly informed the parents of the injured student that no charges can be made against the attacking student! This was clearly a premeditated violent assault and battery on another student without provocation whatsoever!”

    Back in 1990 or so I was assaulted in a Bethlehem Central High School gym class: punched a few times in the head. Other students, not the substitute gym teacher in charge, pulled the guy off me. Another student, not the sub (who was useless), suggested I should go to the nurse’s office. The nurse’s office permitted the student who assaulted me to go into the room where they put me, where he threatened me not to report him. The Vice Principal later arrived, a former neighbor and friend of my parents, and he claimed he could do nothing because I didn’t return a punch and so they couldn’t classify it as a fight. If I had fought back, he said, then both of us would have been suspended. Police, as far as I know, were never contacted. That I could get punched in the head repeatedly in front of over a hundred witnesses and the perp wouldn’t even get detention didn’t make any sense to me, even while I was concussed.

    I suspect schools and police make such BS claims simply because it would be in some way damaging to the school if they reported the actual number of assaults taking place. Perhaps they lose state or federal dollars or something.

    One of the things students should be taught about is NY’s Consolidated Laws. There’s an odd conceit that all people are supposed to know the law, and yet most people are never taught law. I suspect politicians would never go for it, because people knowing their statutory rights would be more of a problem than people who don’t.

    Students are required by law to be taught “the history, meaning, significance and effect of […] the constitution of the state of New York and the amendments thereto” according to N.Y. EDUC. LAW § 801 (2), but I don’t think even that much happens in most schools. I don’t remember even being taught that there was a state constitution at all! I learned that much later on my own.


  2. Tim.

    June 4, 2012 at 11:42 pm

    I hope you do realize that attacks like these are a normal occurence at most public highschools. Tempers are raised and for one bad reason or another a student is attacked in some manner. As a student I’ve seen a number of fights and other incidents and I have yet to see a teacher NOT respond with haste. You may have your numerous bones to pick with certain teachers and administrators but when students are threatened they always manage to maintain composure and act as best as the can to defuse the situation. As a minor the depraved, wannabe neo-nazi cannot be charged and the school will punish him in accordance to disciplinary procedure. If you’re concerned about bullying between students as a problem in our school than I applaud you for your activism and positive mind frame. I do not, however, condone the use of these select incidents to take cheap shots at the faculty and administrators who have little to no control over most of the previously listed occurences. It is very easy to criticize from an outside perspective and we often forget that.

    You run a bereavement and pastoral care service/blog, I believe, why not let some of that good natured spirit into this community rather than the usual gripe? Change isn’t always a bad thing.


    • Fides qua Creditur

      June 5, 2012 at 9:12 am

      At some time in a human being’s life that human being has to show signs of socialization in the culture in which that human being lives and expects to function. Initially through contact with the mother, then through contact with inanimate and animate things with which the young human being comes to interact, then, when it realizes it is different and apart from them, it learns gradually to first tolerate their presence and then to cooperate with them. At about the time of elementary school, the human being is ready for more social interaction. By junior high school the forming individual should have the basics of social behavior, including a sense of morality (good and bad) and ethics (right and wrong), and how they apply to successful cooperative living in its culture, and even in alternative cultures. By young adulthood–late adolescence–when the organism is ready to start the cycle on its own, we expect that the individual (note the word used) is expected to perform as a member of groups and of the society in which the group operates. When an infant/child the rules are the parents and the parents the police, in later childhood/early adolescence the teacher and the school make the rules and enforce them; from early adolescence to adolescence, there is an identity (self) and belonging (role) crisis, which manifests itself in uncertainty and false certainty (rebellion), and a search for one’s niche in groups and society. But by adolescence, late adolescence the individual should have a sense of good and bad/right and wrong…the individual is now subject to “law” and the enforcement of the law. Police not assume the responsibility of that enforcement in cases where the individual has slipped thru the cracks in one of the developmental stages.

      To condone violence of any kind under any circumstances conditionally and relatively condones all violence. To say that violence is OK in schools because it is normal is not OK. To say that a teacher intervence where there is violence is not a credit to the teacher at all but something we expect of ANYONE. What we do expect of the teacher is to be a decent and proper role model and to teach by example good morality and ethics. What we expect of the teacher is to be able to nip the asocial behavior in the bud and to heal it, not to wait til it explodes and then to manage the conflict!

      Laws are made to regulate behavior where people cannot self-regulate and the systems in place are not operating. That’s why state legislatures have enacted anti-bullying laws; that’s why NYS has enacted the Dignity Act. Yes, it’s another damned law to regulate something that we pay people to regulate already but when their attentions are drawn to matters other than what they’re being paid to do, we need to creat official means, laws, to make them accountable and when they fail, to punish them.

      In short: what you write is a very superficial, immature and naïve view of the situation, and even though you credit yourself with firsthand experience of the situation, it is still naïve and imperfect. The fact that incidents like the one described in the article is illustrative of the failure of socialization in the home and in the school; of the failure of the surrogate educators, the teachers, to effectively do their jobs for which they are paid extremely well; and the failure of the schools to effectively carry out their mandates. What we then have are bullies and adolescents who characterize themselves as “neonazis;” we can expect no better when they are exposed to teachers who are no better than thugs and criminals, atheists, and adults who represent the animal, the bestial in the human skin rather than the divine! You’ve read the blog promiscuously so I don’t feel I need to elaborate on the many examples I’ve published here.

      P.s. It’nice to see that you can be civil. Yes, change can be good.


      • Tim.

        June 5, 2012 at 9:45 am

        My last remark is that I would wish that you actually receive first hand experience before making further comments on personality. I doubt you’ve ever had a face to face conversation with either Miller or Bailey. If we only take what we are told to be fact then we will never self actualize and begin to think for ourselves. This is true at any age, or level of personal development.


      • Fides qua Creditur

        June 5, 2012 at 10:00 am

        Yes, Tim, and we all have personal direct experience with what you describe when we make decisions about people based on Internet social sites, Internet postings, newspaper articles and blogs, news media (electronic), etc. reports. Don’t we?

        Some of us (feel the poke!) suspend our own advice and personal responsibility and accept blindly anything we hear or read, and react without further inquiry or investigation.

        What you claim in your comment is in large part erroneous. First of all, erroneous because you fail to appreciate that the blog is a catalyst; it provides situations and is asking the reader to think and to inquire, to become activist. Secondly, we rely on facts provided by known or verifiable persons, or facts from verifiable sources on which we base our articles. furthermore, we explicitly invite people to provide conflicting, contradicting, or corroborating, supporting information/documentation, whether or not we agree with it, and we publish it.

        Our only requirement is that it be civil, factual, verifiable, and topical. You have personal experience with this policy, don’t you? That’s only fair.

        The purpose of this blog is to stimulate people to waking up and leaving their fallacial dream worlds and face reality, fact find for themselves, and rely on objective reality not some sociopathic, pre-adult, naïve construction.



      • Fides qua Creditur

        June 5, 2012 at 10:11 am

        P.s. Tim:

        Question. Since you’ve come so frequently to the defense of teachers and administrators: Can you tell us–honestly–Have you ever been asked or encouraged to comment one way or another by a teacher or administrator?
        Have you ever responded to a teacher or administrator’s remarks or comments made with regard to this blog?
        Have you ever commented on this blog without having spoken to the person personally about whom you are commenting (written responses excluded)?
        Have you ever relied on social media in your decisions regarding an opinion about any subject or person discussed on or by this blog?
        We’d like to know the answers to these questions. If you prefer to keep them confidential, please indicate so.

        The Editor


  3. Simon

    June 4, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    Your articles would be much more readable if you didn’t spend half of the writing providing links to your old articles. That’s what the “tags” are SUPPOSED to be for, but you seem to tag your articles with every tag possible.



    • Fides qua Creditur

      June 4, 2012 at 1:51 pm

      Thank you, Simon! I appreciate the feedback and, in future, will keep the links and categories to a minimum. I appreaciate the feedback and I’m sure the other readers will as well.




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