Tamaki College - Freedom of Christianity














Tamaki college must work upon religious freedom & respect.


















Their career adviser or tutor said to me that I don't really believe in Christianity - to imply that I do not have faith is offensive.


















Teachers kept on scrutinizing my way of life and morals to deflect from matters of the public & illegal teacher conduct I have the right to ethics to control my environment if illegal behavior occurs.


















Their career adviser went on insulting my religion implying I do not really believe in those people hammering out the Bible in the stones and Maui which is not even part of the bible.


















In fact personal cultures and religion shouldn't be in the the school syllabus - it should not be promoting a culture of racism endorsed by the NZQA - They may deny it but many dogmatic beliefs in the education resources from cultural scholars are just a guise for cultural-racism.


















All state funded teachers must be welcoming to different religion and culture not just stereotyped interpretations of culture.


















They abuse the use of career advisers, they likewise sent their medical adviser it is a waste of government funds they teach me nothing and provide me nothing, and they do not respect the cultural response I'd given.


















Teachers must accept no - they figure I am to conform to a social construct which would otherwise compromise my religion - if ethics are seen as maladaptive then it is unjustified to impose those dogmatic secular convictions.


















In any case, if they are to impose career advisers, and counselors they must do their duty not seek motivations which have consequence hence should be prohibited - they cannot waste my time and tell me they don't get paid enough - With their specialist hiding behind confidentiality I went through the list of names and discovered it was the same individual causing havoc- these motivations are unjustified manipulation of the system - such intrusive dealings cannot be tolerated under the human rights act.

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