The truly fatal illness of humans in the world is not AIDS or cancer, but the bankruptcy of education. In schools now the decadence of our intellectuals can be seen in the teachers who take drugs with their students, and in the mutual deceit that is fostered between people. For example, children are instructed who to form relationships, so that boy and girl students learn to indulge in careless sexual conduct. This turns a quiet and beautiful school campus into a market-place for selling drugs; it makes a serene and adorned place of learning a pit of fire, a red-light district.
In our effort to eradicate this most serious disease, people are searching through the branch tips and overlooking the fundamental problem: we make contraceptives available for students. This turns out to be no more effective than trying to stop water in a pot from boiling by dipping it out one spoonful at a time - a stupid and ineffective way of solving a problem. Moreover, homosexuality mutually harms and destroys its partners. This is another weird situation that shows the existence of demons and ghosts running amok in the world. The harm to the world done by this practice can no longer be prevented, the damage they have caused is extreme!
Children's minds are easily tainted by their environment. The character and the will power of teenagers has already been harmed by the corrupt and rotten habits they witness in society. A person's behavior encourages others to imitate him. For rampant sexuality and homosexuality to be so popular in this major nation willcertainly influence smaller countries to follow without hesitation. A ripening young sprout, consequently, gets dried out before it has a chance to mature. Hard-working students get led astray in large numbers and are unable to return to the path of goodness again. This is a serious disease which enters the vital region between the heart and the diaphragm, and there is no medicine whice can cure it. Finally, these children will walk on the path of death and we still don't know enough to repent. Oh, how sorrowful it is! Whose fault is this? Whose fault?