An educational institue where no rules.

June 12, 2011 1:56pm CST
I am working in a school where an army retired officer governs. There are no rules but only the desires of the principal are the rules of the school. The word he speaks becomes rule. He is over aged near about 75 years old. You will be shocked that the aged man's desires are having young girls on his bed, and wishing to be delivered by the parents who want to admit their childs, or the eployee who still want to work under his command. This school is only 15 years old but over 750 employees had been kicked out, and number can be increased, if he still there. I am still working there, but don't know when i will be kicked out. And the shocking fact is that this is a govt institute. What you suggest me should i continue?????
2 responses
@topffer (31209)
• France
12 Jun 11
Weird school and weird country the one where a government servant is not completely retired at 75 years old : is there no age limit in this country ? And he can fire other government servants ? And have "young girls on his bed" and no problem with the justice ? None of these 750 "kicked out" employees have said a word ? Sorry, but I cannot believe that...
@sua006 (161)
13 Jun 11
Yeah you are right its an unbelieveable story but the fact. I heard about this school, and all he said its truth, i can't say all but 75% of this is truth, you know what this school is highly ranked, high class people admits their children in that school and many of the employees he fired claimed for justice but he have relations with higher command, in last few years i heard that one eployee claimed for justice but the principal admit the judge's two sons in his school and the claim rejected. That's all, he have authority he can fire to whom he don't likes. Unbelieveable but truth.
@choybel (5059)
• Philippines
12 Jun 11
I am very shocked after reading everything you wrote here, and I am wondering so many things now like, is this guy serious?Is there such a school?If so, how could it have survived that long?What country or government allows such?How come I haven't heard of this before?and so on and so forth. Oh well, I do hope that everything turns out well.
@sua006 (161)
13 Jun 11
read my last comment.