What would you do, if you wanted to be in charge/control of our nation, its economy, and the people themselves? You would use the Hegelian dialectic: create problem (dumbing down) over a long period of time (gradualism), people scream, impose a solution the people never would have accepted had the problem not been deliberately and gradually created. The "change agent" plan would be to dumbdown the schools and destroy children's values to the extent parents would accept ANY solution, no matter how poisonous. They would even consider giving up our sacred guarantee of involvement in decision making regarding our children's education. We could lose the right to vote for persons we feel will represent the best interests and values of our children/families, and to vote them out of office if they do not fulfill their promises made prior to the election!
"They" have always had school choice on "their" agenda since it is essential for training for the work force (small units of training for individual skills) to which parents initially send their children. They are unaware that the ultimate intent is for these small units to be enlarged and used for Soviet polytech work force training. These small units (charter schools) presently seem an attractive option since they offer some form of choice, perhaps health-oriented, music-oriented, and foreign languages-oriented, etc.
Please read the one page article regarding South Shore Charter School, 1993. Simply click on this link and scroll down to South Shore Charter School and open the document.
Now, ask yourself why President Obama, David Rockefeller of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations, which true conservatives detest, and the neo-conservatives (Heritage, et al) would all be in agreement on school choice. That doesn't make sense, does it? What is there to like about that?
There is nothing to like about that since "that" represents the end of our free, representative form of government by ELECTED officials. If there had been another important area of American society "they" could have used to do away with elected officials, they might have used that area. Public education was the perfect vehicle to start the ball rolling since its federal budget is probably the largest, after Defense, in the discretionary category (6%). If "they" can get the American people to turn that budget over to the "unelected" planners (Soviet council form of government), what is to keep them from convincing the American people that we don't need elected officials anymore, at any level of government, local, county, state, and ultimately federal? Plus, that 6 % is only a small portion of the overall spending, if one includes spending at the state and local property tax levels, approval of which is presently determined by local and state elected officials. (Here is the documentation regarding the federal budget breakdown).
There will be NO choice if the Governor's corporatist/Heritage/Obama/CFR agenda is allowed to be implemented. All schools will be required to teach to the Communist Core, and true private education will be dead. In addition, and probably of even greater importance, if we accept this agenda, we may well be pushing that unelected charter school snowball off the top of the mountain. It will pick up speed and destroy ALL, repeat ALL, elected levels of our government, replacing them with unelected councils! (This is Lenin's council form of government/regionalism.)
Please read the following article by Morris Zeitlin, sociologist, University of California, L.A., 1976, published in The (Communist) Daily World:
THE DAILY WORLD OF NOVEMBER 8, 1975 CARRIED A VERY INTERESTING ARTICLE ENTITLED "Planning Is Socialism's Trademark" by Morris Zeitlin. "The Daily World" (newspaper of the Communist Party USA) was formerly known as "The Daily Worker," and was founded in 1924. The importance of this article lies in its blatant admission that regionalism, which is gradually becoming the accepted method of unelected governance in the United States (unelected councils and task forces, participatory democracy, public-private partnerships, etc.) is the form of government used in democratic socialist and communist countries.
The following are excerpts from this article:
Cities in industrially advanced countries develop complex economic, social and political interaction. In this process, major cities tend to consolidate neighboring smaller cities and settlements into metropolitan regions. Rationally, metropolitan regions should constitute governmental units having comprehensive planning and administrative powers within their boundaries.
In our country (the United States), rival capitalist groups, jealously guarding their
special prerogatives, have rigidly maintained the traditional boundaries of states and counties while national economic and social development has created metropolitan regions that overlap those boundaries. We have no regional government and no comprehensive regional planning to speak of. Regional government and planning remain concepts our urban scholars and planners have long advocated in vain....
In socialist countries, metropolitan regions enjoy metropolitan regional government
and comprehensive planning. Of the many regions on the vast territory of the Soviet Union, the Moscow Region commands special attention, for it has been, since the 1917 Revolution, the country's economic and political center.
The economic and functional efficiencies and the social benefits that comprehensive national, regional and city planning make possible in socialist society explain the Soviet Union's enormous and rapid economic and social progress. Conversely, our profit-oriented ruling capitalist class makes comprehensive social and economic planning impossible, causing waste and chaos and dragging the entire nation into misery and suffering as its rule deteriorates and declines.
For a more complete understanding of what has happened, and how the USA ever arrived close to accepting the Soviet system, one can go to here for the transcript of Edward Griffin's interview with Norman Dodd. He was the principal investigator for the Congressional Committee Investigating the Tax-exempt Foundations, 1953, aka Reece Committee. The complete 3,000 page transcript of the Congressional Hearings can be downloaded here.
During the interview Mr. Rowan Gaither, the President of the Ford Foundation, said:
"Mr. Dodd, all of us here at the policy level of the Foundation, have at one time or another served in the OSS [Office of Strategic Services, the forerunner of the CIA] or the European Economic Administration, operating under directives from the White House. We operate under those same directives...The substance of the directives under which we operate is that we shall use our grant making power to so alter life in the United States that we can be comfortably merged with the Soviet Union."
(Think about all the grants throughout America today from HUD, DOE, DOI, etc. that are giving federal dollars to implement UN Agenda 21)
Stunned, Dodd finally replied: "Why don't you tell the American people what you just told me and you could save the taxpayers thousands of dollars set aside for this investigation?" Gaither responded, "Mr. Dodd, we wouldn't think of doing that."
Note: President Dwight Eisenhower signed the first United States-USSR Educational and Cultural Exchange Agreements with President Khrushchev in 1958. In 1985, President Ronald Reagan signed the most extensive educational and cultural agreements with former President Gorbachev, which merged the two education systems. At the same time, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, President David Hamburg, signed an important agreement with the Soviet Academy of Science which related to United States/USSR cooperation in the development of computer software in critical thinking (Marxist thinking) for elementary school students. aka Communist Core?
Be sure to read "Iserbyt Letter to Schlafly," 1995, which contains documentation regarding the role of libertarians/neo-conservatives in pushing the school choice and unelected form of government agenda. Willard Garvey's letter to President Reagan is included as an attachment to my letter to Schlafly.
The following is excerpted from an article related to the late Willard Garvey.
Mr. Garvey had the resources to do more than just talk about his political ideas. In 1983, for instance, he launched the National Center for Privatization. The organization's goal was to dismantle as much of government as possible and turn the work over to the private sector.
Garvey's Letter to Reagan
This worried Democrats and others who felt they had no influence with Garvey and his movement. To this day, a curious Web site is keeping watch on the National Center for Privatization and other conservative organizations.
"In 1984, Willard Garvey wrote a letter to then President Reagan," the Web site begins, going on to quote Mr. Garvey's letter urging Reagan to make shrinking government his top priority.
"Privatization ... dates back at least to Adam Smith, Plato, Aristotle and Jesus," Garvey writes.
"Privatization is now an idea whose time has come. The knowledge, communication and computer industry can make political representatives obsolete," he adds.
I do not like to add a personal dimension to this discussion, but now must. Ask yourself why my little Back to Basics Reform or OBE Skinnerian International Curriculum...necessary for U.S. participation in a one world socialist government scheduled for the early years of the 21st century," 1985; and my 750-page "The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America," 1999, were boycotted by the major national conservative organizations. The updated 2011, abridged version, which covers the role of Gates, Pearson, UN Agenda 21, etc., is receiving the same boycott attrition. However, the reader can access them FREE. "The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America," 1999, 750 pages, is a free download.
My 1985, "Back to Basics Reform or OBE Skinnerian International Curriculum," 49 pages is available as a pdf download as well.
Documentation for everything I have written in this article can be found at either the Deliberate Dumbing Down or American Deception websites.
P.S. An important aside: Why should the taxpayers be expected to pay for training the corporation's workers? Corporations used to train their own workers. This situation, which is being accepted by those involved with Common Core and Workforce Training, in Maine and elsewhere, should be carefully studied. It is an important subject in its own right.
Good luck to all of you and may God bless your efforts to keep our nation under the United States Constitution not under the United Nations communist world government planned since the early years of the 20th Century, at least. If you have any questions, please email me.
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