UK Schools Developing Special Lessons To Re-Educate Teens ‘Brainwashed’ By Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate is by no means a stranger to controversy. It looks like the popular social media influencer who has now been detained has had a significant impact on the youth in the UK and this has caused several schools to search for a remedy. The UK schools are developing special lessons to re-educate teens ‘brainwashed’ by Andrew Tate.

UK Schools Developing Special Lessons To Re-Educate Teens Brainwashed By Andrew Tate

According to local media, instructors in the United Kingdom are developing lesson plans to re-educate students who have been “brainwashed” by the harmful influencer Andrew Tate.

The British-American misogynist, 36, is being held in police custody in Romania with his brother on suspicion of being a human trafficker and participating in organized crime.

Tate, a former kickboxer, has a sizable fan base on social media, largely made up of teenagers. Teachers in the UK claim he is incredibly well-liked by the students and worry that his arrest, which has increased that popularity, may have a negative impact on the children.

Some schools have gone so far as to arrange special assemblies or incorporate lessons in personal social and health education to compel students to challenge the misogynistic material he disseminates.

When they conducted special lessons on Tate, their worry became a nightmare.

According to the Sunday Times newspaper, teachers at a south London school recently delivered a presentation to a group of 14-year-old kids out of worry that they would be influenced by Tate.

The pupils, numbering roughly 30, were purportedly asked questions such as “Do we think he [Tate] is still harmless?” and “What happens when we take in his messages?”

Ten of the students, who shared Tate’s belief that women are to blame for their own sexual assaults, became embroiled in a contentious conversation regarding rape.

The students were subsequently questioned by the male instructor about how they would feel if a member of their family had been raped.

“At that point, a lot of the boys changed their tones when I put their mother or sister in that spot, but it was worrying that a few core kids didn’t and still said they would be to blame,” the teacher, who spoke anonymously, told The Times.

Tristan Tate is a former kickboxer, entrepreneur, and television personality with a net worth of $110 million in 2023. Let’s look into Tristan Tate, Andrew Tate’s brother.

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