People are naturally altruistic. We do not like to see poverty, people hurting, or war, and the Elites know this and use it against us.
Definition of Elite: A select part of a group that is superior to the rest in terms of ability or qualities. A size of letter in typewriting. For the purpose of this "rant" my definition of Elite: Those in power who seek to control the masses through manipulation. (Special note from the Author: The biggest lie being told: The general population is too stupid, too greedy, and too selfish to create: A system for and by the people. Don’t believe it. 80% of us would gladly volunteer our time to help others. We don’t need more Ism’s. We need to value our worth and not let the government and big business stand in the way of helping our fellow man. But, mark my word, this number is growing smaller by the minute. Adults are actually turning infantile and are incapable of sustaining life without BIG BROTHER. )
"Modern education's focus is on the elimination of individualism in favor of collectivism, creating a society of predictable automatons that are incapable of thinking for themselves, doing and thinking only as they are told by the so-called "experts". Do you believe this statement made? No, well then, let me try to sway you. Either way, I am glad you are here and at least value yourself enough to seek out the truth behind the lies.
UNESCO: The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. You thought a Federal Take over of the Education System left parents without a say, well you've not seen anything. Imagine a Group that control education around the ENTIRE WORLD. Why should you care? UNESCO, in 1949, put together a 10-part Series for teachers, entitled: Toward World Understanding. To quote: "As we have pointed out, it is frequently the FAMILY that infects the child with extreme Nationalism. The school should therefore use the means described earlier to combat family attitudes." Vol. V (My interpretation: State good, Family Bad.)
While ignorance and hate MAY start in the family, what roll has daycare, pre-school, elementary school, etc...added to this?
Let us move forward. Benjamin Bloom, a PHD who REVOLUTIONIZED lesson planning for the American Classroom stated: The purpose of education is to change the thoughts, feelings, and actions of the student.
(We, the adults of this world believe that education should teach people how to think, not what to think, and it most certainly should not be used as a way of changing thoughts, feelings and actions. The only reason to change people's thoughts, feelings, and actions would be when they are being destructive.)
Why does Bloom matter? Bloom believed that the first four years of a child's life were the most critical. He helped establish the Head Start Program in the US. He is also called the father of Outcome based education. (The means justify the ends)
Now while you may agree with his view on changing the thoughts, feelings, and actions of students...You must ask yourself: Well if it is not my values that are being shared with the child, who's is it? (You can go to the extreme here and say: If those in charge believe in child marriage, pedophilia, and war: can they push this? Of course they can, if they get your child early enough).
UNESCO Today: "Building peace in the minds of men and women." Sounds great to me. How can anyone argue against that? Exactly. That is how it all works. They sell us on a concept we all want, then they usurp it.
If you look here you can read the 1945 Constitution, which US is part of. They state that the way to build peace is: "That a peace based exclusively upon the political and economic arrangements of governments would not be a peace which could secure the unanimous, lasting and sincere support of the peoples of the world, and that the peace must therefore be founded, if it is not to fail, upon the intellectual and moral solidarity of mankind.
For these reasons, the States Parties to this Constitution, believing in full and equal opportunities for education for all, in the unrestricted pursuit of objective truth, and in the free exchange of ideas and knowledge, are agreed and determined to develop and to increase the means of communication between their peoples and to employ these means for the purposes of mutual understanding and a truer and more perfect knowledge of each other’s lives; "
While I agree with the idea of peace, I always fear terms that require a control over education, and they seek to educate us all. "Moral Solidarity of Mankind." Who decides what is Moral? And why is it that we are handing over billions of little minds to a small group of people?
My biggest fear about UNESCO is that it is achieving the take over of Education, education that seeks to destroy the family and create people who only think that authority has the right to think and feel. UNESCO is behind Common Core, source information can be found in this Article: here.
Now I know, I know, they are just standards and a test, a simple little test, right? I've posted before about tests being used as a means of inserting propaganda that the parent will not know about, thus cannot combat. I've written before and asked: Why can't the parents see the test even AFTER the student has taken it? Now I ask this question: Why was a TN Legislator stopped from taking the test? " He was told: ‘Nothing is wrong with the standards. There is no reason for you to review them in the classroom. We thought you were coming because of glitches.’ Even if that were the case, why was I welcomed if it was about glitches, but when it became about standards, they slammed the door closed on an elected official?” Please read the Article HERE.
But don't give up Hope. There are some solutions. The easiest, if you don't agree with it, don't participate in it. We have to think outside the box. We must be the voice for our children. We must, in the very least, teach our children how to recognize propaganda, skewed information, and give them the ability and encourage them to Ask: Who, What, Why, When, How. We also need to teach them to use definitions of words to understand what it is that they are being taught. You must also teach them how to handle "focus" questions.
Example: Focus Questions for
1st grade students. The teacher asks: 1. Why do we follow rules and respect authority? How can citizens work together to solve issues? What are some important symbols of our country and why are they important?
I've actually been looking at these questions, taken directly from Teaching Lesson Plan, and I am kind of stumped. Asking a 1st grader: Why do we respect authority? Authority? Some would think this is a good thing, but should you respect Authority that doesn't respect you?
I think I shall end this here, I will post some videos that might help. But honestly, I would love feedback on how we can help those stuck in this school system. I home school, but I know that some people can't, so what do we do?
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