History of Slavery by Freemasons and Knights Templar
Sch J Arts Humanit Soc Sci | 514-527
DOI : 10.36347/sjahss.2020.v08i10.001
No human being should ever be bullied or cajoled into doing anything against his or her will. It is obvious that no human being would ever volunteer to be a slave or a sex slave. Yet in an interview addressing the issue of comfort women of World War II, a Japanese official actually had the audacity to tell a former Korean comfort woman, who had been abducted from her home and forced into sex slavery, that she had volunteered. The woman was so outraged that she looked daggers at her enemy for daring to suggest that she had volunteered to be whored out to thousands of Japanese soldiers. The problem is that our society is corrupt with top down bullying orchestrated in a top down managerial fashion, in which the highest in the pecking order subjects his subordinate to ill-treatment so that he goes home and beats his wife, who in turn takes it out on little Johnny, who in his frustration gives the family pet a proper beating, and so the hierarchical nature of our top down bullying society relegates those at the bottom of the pecking order to a very sorry existence indeed, in which the mere concept of human rights is as foreign to them as the invading armies that abduct them from their homes and sell them into slavery. Instead of apologizing, admitting wrongdoing, and taking steps to redress past injustices, much of the privileged elect of today continue to live in denial and suggest that the victims merely “volunteered.” Much of the privilege of the privileged elect comes down to the secretive clandestine organizations many of them belong to like Freemasonry, a secret fraternity that continues to engage in racketeering and influence-peddling pretty much all over the map. They will deny it of course as criminals and hypocrites are wont to do, but people can see through their obfuscations, denials and debunking of claims made against them, and as the years, decades and centuries pass, we can discern a common modus operandi, which has them now pinned in a corner, ..........
Original Research Article
Oct. 19, 2020
Job Satisfaction towards Organizational Change during COVID – 19 Pandemic: A Study of Teaching Employees Working in +2 Private Schools of North Bihar
Dr. Chandan Kumar Sinha, Prof. Anis Ahmad
Sch J Arts Humanit Soc Sci | 528-535
DOI : 10.36347/sjahss.2020.v08i10.002
The present study was aimed at studying the Job Satisfaction towards organizational change during COVID - 19 among male and female teachers working in +2 private schools with particular reference to North Bihar, India. It is undoubtedly fact that in recent years our government, educator’s organizations and other groups have sought to improve the public image of the teaching occupation so as to attract more people in to the occupation during COVID - 19. Hence, the present piece of research work is of utmost value on the problem cited above. In the present investigation, total sample consisted of one hundred fifty (N=150) comprising male (n=75) and female (n=75) teachers working in +2 Private Schools were randomly selected from different private schools of North Bihar. The districts viz., Darbhanga, Madhubani and Samastipur were given priority for collecting the data. Data were collected through questionnaire schedules on the sample. Having obtained the data on the items of the schedules, individual scores were summed up and tabulated according to procedure of the scales for giving statistical treatment. Results revealed the fact that there is no significant difference between male and female teachers working in +2 private Schools of North Bihar in their degree of perceived reactions on organizational change as t-value has been found statistically insignificant. Moreover, significant difference has been found between the group of male and female teachers on the degree of perceived job satisfaction towards organizational as‘t’ – 2.47 has been found statistically significant at .02 level of confidence, although, both the groups scored higher above average score on job satisfaction. It is interesting to note that male group of teachers were found more satisfied while working in +2 private schools during COVID - 19 than female teachers comparatively. Finally, obtained results were discussed in detail by highlighting the probable reasons in the light of research..........