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New World Order Being Taught In Schools! video

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posted on Jul, 30 2009 @ 11:03 PM

Originally posted by paranoiaFTW
Thank god I go to a independent private school now. We learn almost nothing the same way that some of my other schools did and we have freedom to do pretty much anything. I never really connected the dots but now that I watched the video I do find it suspicious that my last school had 2 cameras in every room and something that looked like a microphone on it (and it was an elementary school!) Now I also think that homework and getting up early every morning and rushing to school where u work with little breaks also prepares you for being a mindless slave to work in the NWO

Unfortunately, those cameras and mics have been placed EVERYWHERE in society for legal reasons, a.k.a. "Cover your A$$" purposes. If there weren't cameras and mics in schools, the courts would be clogged up with constant frivolous accusations and lawsuits against the schools' teachers/staff. Sadly, it's an unfortunate necessity.

Also, I touched on it in an earlier post; Without order, discipline, respect, and responsibility, there is chaos. Can you really imagine a public school where they just let everyone "do what they want"? Seriously...

What I'm seeing in this thread is a lot of Ideology vs. Reality.
It's no coincidence that that the older respondents here have a more realistic view of things.

Make no mistake, this is not because we've been "conditioned" to believe what we say. It's the hardcore, undeniable FACT that we've lived enough life to experience it.

Don't feel bad though, I had the same idealogical thoughts well into my 20s when I still "knew everything".

posted on Jul, 30 2009 @ 11:55 PM
The Children's Story

Easy read and just as relevant as when I first read it some twenty odd years ago.

School was largely a waste when I was there. I learned next to nothing and much of what I did learn I have had to unlearn.

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 12:04 AM
reply to post by schrodingers dog

I'm sure this kid is already an ATS member. Wouldn't surprise me at all. Many post nonsense on this site, and it would assume that it's a 13 year old, which it probably is most of the time, but it would turn out the person is in the 40's. I do give kudos for this kid thinking outside the box, but if you look at the idiots that teach grade school and even high school, they don't care enough to carry out any brainwashed agenda. Schools now days want the parents to do what the teacher is supposed to do, and then have the nerve to go on strike demanding a raise. I could understand some circumstances when teachers do this, but when the school has low test scores and severe lack of disipline then it is just ridiculous.

However, this kind of stuff I think would be more likely done in universities. It's a better place. Here's my reasoning for it. When kids are in the elementary level they just want to play and be kids, and when they get a little older, they are ready/nervous about high school. So they don't care what is being taught anyway. I don't remember what I was taught in grade school clearly. Then you have high school students, they are in the rebellious stage where they really could care less about what is being taught because they are more concerned about partying on the weekends and having sex with their boyfriend/girlfriend, and other high school problems and b.s. But when they enter college is when they are ready to drop the old life and embrace the new.

Some when they left for college were maybe responsible teens that didn't drink, were devote christian, had good grades, and believed in the values that was taught to them by their parents. But that same person when they enter college would be easily embracing other things because now that they are away from the nest, they want to explore other options. So the person i used in the example would come back home with tattoos, piercings and became an atheist and believes in a different kind of politics than their parents. In recent times the big college fad has been "global warming" "green this, green that" etc etc.

This would probably get replaced with "NWO", "One world government" etc etc. And you will have this idiots on the street handing out leaflets, just like the global warmist crowd, but they will be the NWO crowd. I can definitely see this happening as a more likely scenario. It's stirring just like the environmental groups did and the one world government groups will emerge steadily within the next decade. When this happens and I get approached by someone trying to make me "aware" of how great and wonderful a one world government will be, I would be glad to discuss why it would not be a good idea. I would encourage others to do the same.

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 12:33 AM
The book is Todd and Curti's The American Nation. It was published in 1995. A "revised" version is today "Holt American Nation."

Dude's holding up a book that's 14 years out of date (for al lthat matters as far as high school history books are concerned.

First, "New world order" isn't being used to refer to the conspiracy theory here. Instead it's cribbing the words of former president George H. W. Bush. Given that this particular test spends a good chewy while on the Cold War, presenting the post-soviet world as a "new order" is certainly fitting.

NAFTA superhighway - So far I have yet to hear one rational explanation of why this is "bad." Also I've never seen any shred of evidence that it's even an actual project. You'd think sixteen years would be enough time to get it started, wouldn't you?

War on drugs - Some of you may not be aware, but most high school history texts are written (Well, edited might be a better word to use) with the goal of passing approval boards in California and Texas, rather than educating students. As we know, portraying drugs as anything other than the ultimate evil facing mankind is always going to get an approval board's veto.

"Forced to be proud to be a Cowboy" - Yeah. School spirit rules are idiotic. And yes, this is pretty much a given at any school, where the goal is less to educate children, than to keep them docile for seven hours.

School Cameras - Blame your parents and the parents of your peers for this one, kid. Each of them are convinced that their kid's school is going to be the next columbine. That's why there are armed guards, locked gates, cameras, and all these other fun things, because parents are all convinced that everyone else's kid is a sociopath waiting for an excuse.

Phone photos: Again, blame your parents. This one ties more into parental concerns of student amature pornography. At least it did at my local school district when that rule was put in. Apparently parents were terrified that someone might slip their phone under their little girl's dress and take pictures. Nevermind that in all my years at school, I never once saw a girl wear a dress outside of formal occasions and kindergarten. I've also heard issues about such things as students recording fights on these. and all sorts of other "THINK OF THE CHILDREN" and CYA reasons presented by parents and administrations.

Ordering the day - Yeah. Teachers have this thing called a "lesson planner". Most are determined, against all odds, to actually try to teach you something, even if it's just a standardized test regimen. For this they set up a daily plan to organize their teaching time. Sorry, suck it up, that's just how teaching works.

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 01:36 AM
reply to post by TheWalkingFox

How dare you make perfect sense like that. Its just not allowed.

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 01:41 AM
Some alternative to the system :

I used to think Waldorf education the most undamaging education, but then the more I looked into it, I found it the most beneficial system we have. People ask, "What will happen to my child in the world if he doesn't learn to read and write very early?" . . . The issue is that the child's greatest strength for survival in a world of madness is to be whole, sane and in touch with the heart. The beauty of the Waldorf School is that it keeps children intact until they are ready to move out into the world as whole individuals.

But the system is all over the world. It breaks children to remold them. Make them value the values of a slave, even worse, because a slave knows his condition.

I recommend to search for John Taylor Gatto , also the book: "The Continuum Concept"

[edit on 31-7-2009 by pai mei]

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 02:26 AM
See here. School teaches us to let others think for us. We are not feeling we are slaves obeying because of threats. We are not even at that level of "freedom". The masters got inside our heads. We obey because we have been conditioned not to think. . We do not see anything wrong so there is no problem. No prison - why would you want to escape when the warden says you are not in a prison ? The masters always know better.

Who are these "rulers" ? Well except the top of the pyramid - the Sith lords that know what they are doing , the other "masters" are just people like us, helping to enslave humans - because they themselves have given up thinking. Not like given up thinking completely. But they do not dare think outside the box, they do not even see there is a box.

Milgram experiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

At this point, many people indicated their desire to stop the experiment and check on the learner. Some test subjects paused at 135 volts and began to question the purpose of the experiment. Most continued after being assured that they would not be held responsible. A few subjects began to laugh nervously or exhibit other signs of extreme stress once they heard the screams of pain coming from the learner

...In Milgram's first set of experiments, 65 percent (26 of 40)[1] of experiment participants administered the experiment's final 450-volt shock, though many were very uncomfortable doing so; at some point, every participant paused and questioned the experiment, some said they would refund the money they were paid for participating in the experiment. Only one participant steadfastly refused to administer shocks before the 300-volt level.


The Machine in our Heads
We have internalized our masters, which is a well-known psychological response to trauma.

As a result of the civilizing process, together with this psychological defense mechanism known as "identification with the aggressor", we now hear the alien voices of the various representatives of civilization in our heads.

This false self is observable in the frozen facial expressions, stereotypic gestures, and unexamined behavioral patterns of the general public. This false self determines much of our everyday lives, so that we are seldom the origin of our actions. We lapse into the false self at the first sign of danger, under stress, or simply because it is the path of least resistance. In this unthinking mode of social role playing, we internally reproduce our own oppression.

[edit on 31-7-2009 by pai mei]

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 06:42 AM
reply to post by eMachine

I can agree with that, and I forgot about that drug thing in the video... thanks.

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 06:43 AM
reply to post by ChemBreather

Could you give me reference for this UN 21??????

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 08:00 AM
reply to post by LeeannaHolland

What the young guy said about 'phone usage' was wrong.... he said 'you aren't allowed to have camera phones at school' but what that transcript actually said was 'you are not allowed to use your cameras at school' there is a difference.....

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 09:18 AM
reply to post by TruthxIsxInxThexMist

Who gives a #, school is daycare center. Cheap daycare.

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 12:14 PM
again, i don't have time to post a decent reply. i do hope i can tell my story here in the philippines. our gov is preparing various industries, nationwide, to accept the fact that NWO, and i mean New World Order displayed explicitly on a large banner behind a podium, is a given.

They're supposed to seminars for globalization but now they're NWO oriented. no editing. No apologies. Mission and Vision exercises. Mission : to attain NWO, Vision : Visualize a Utopian society by 2020 as the product of ongoing NWO

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 02:51 PM
reply to post by GroundZero

seeing as you do not know me, do not assume things about me.
i know how the real world works, and i see it every day.
just because i graduated a year ago does not mean i am an imbecile and oblivious to the real world.
the school system shouldnt have to prepare kids, PARENTS should.
parents should be the ones to influence their childrens lives. the school system is ran by the federal government, and yet you all seem to let your children stay in this setting, FROM personal experience i knowhow bad the system actually is.
i would be more concerned with my childs well being because schools today are NOTHING like you experienced growing up.

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 03:08 PM
Wow, I am glad to know that more than 5 people my age feel the same way I do.
I understand how this kid feels, because I get ridiculed all the time in school. Anytime I bring this stuff up in school, my teachers dismiss my thoughts as a set of absurd ideas from a 16 year old kid(the sad part is I go to private school). Even when I use facts to back myself up, most of the faculty dismiss my ideas(for some reason the GOP members and conservatives are the ones who listen to me). Since I woke up a year ago and found this site, I have realized the issues going on without any problem.
I really hope more people wake up, because the people of my generation may be more affected than the ones before us.

Funny thing is, I too have seen the phrase "NWO" in my AP European History Book last year. I chuckled to myself when I was in a European class and they set aside a whole Unit for the United States and the New World Order.

Again, I hope more people my age wake up, but a lot of 16 year olds are not concerned with politics at all

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 03:33 PM
Hello! All of the parents with kids in school need to get more verbal and active about voicing your opinions to the schools and in the communities.
Volunteer alot, drop by the school office alot, talk to and write notes to the teachers alot, donate money to the school and write on the check how you want the money spent, hang out with the PTA people alot. It amazes me that the lifer locals never speak , I don't feel the pressure to shut up. I don't give a damn. The world is a BIG place with lots of good ideas to share with each other. I always point out to the school where they are lacking compared to other states schools. I also write to the State's Department of Education. Fill out those end of the year surveys people.... that's your chance to be heard. I live in The South and there is alot of room for improvement!!!!!!!!!!!! People need to focus on the future not the past.....the civil war is still being taught from a southern view point. It amazes me!!!!!!!!!!! They let fire ants take over the schools' property. They moved the confederate flag down off the capital and hung it out front of the entrance to the capital. It is truely the twighlight zone here.
I hope I am not screwing my kids up not moving back to A MORE CULTURALLY DIVERSE AREA.

posted on Aug, 2 2009 @ 11:16 PM
Amazing but not surprising..

I am 22 from the UK and I remmember being spoon fed this 'sugar coated' crap in history at school.

Its like they don't mention important stuff and leave out all the dirty bits and pieces makes me sick thinking about it how we all take what teachers tell us in schools as truth.

People think stuff on this website is 'fantasy' as yes, I think some of it is but I got around 2 years of research on NWO and I can honestly say there are alot of FACTS out there which schools will never teach, we only get the sugar coated 'fairyland' version of history so we don't question the *perfect democracy* we live in.

I'm a huge fan of Aaron Russo and the republic ideaology it physically makes me rage when I think about all the crap mainstream feeds people all the time, not allowing us to question anything hell I even question the questions I still don't belive 100% in anything right now except it is what it is...

Totally true NWO was taught at my school too.

Well I feel comfort 51% majority vote can take away my rights in this country, out of a population fed legal drugs, all kinds of crap in our food, brain washed by flashing lights on the TV well you know the rest..

posted on Aug, 3 2009 @ 10:20 AM
I cant believe that they teach this and spread this information to the youth of america. The funny thing is that there is wide open truth here and people still dont get it.....all aboard sheeple!

posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 05:46 PM

Originally posted by LeeannaHolland

Listen to what this kid has to say about the NWO, his textbook, and how the subject is treated at school.

This kid is sure brave, whatever is going on.

Oh, please.

The kid is not "brave."

What, you think some shadowy organization of teachers and TAs is going to see him on YT and send out the word for him to be kidnapped or something?

He whines about being told to respect himself, being handed the standard lame 'school pride' jazz, and not being allowed to take photos with a cell phone. Like kids should even be using cell phones at school in the first place. You're there to learn, not to gab with your BFF or whatever they're called now.

[edit on 8/4/2009 by Nightflyer28]

posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 02:42 PM
reply to post by eMachine

This is one reason I homeschool.
My children have always had a more rounded perspective and are taught to think out side the box.
They even question my own assumptions and make me many times reasses and research again.

Think and reason and come to conclusions based on true knowledge, not propaganda.

posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 02:48 PM
reply to post by Nightflyer28

I would want my child to have a cell phone in school now days. What if another Columbine happens? Send a text to 911, or photo the shooter, or a last goodbye to family. What about the fact that the school has cameras everywhere, why should they be allowed to film me, but I am not allowed to film them?

yes they are there to learn, but what are they learning? We can take your privacy and rights but you can't take ours.

If you demand you rights under the Constituion, the cops always say, "well if you are innocent, why do you need a warrant or a lawyer?"

So if the school has nothing to hide, why the concern about cell phones as picture takers? Notice they don't mind you having a cell, they just don't want to to photograph anything or anyone.

If we are raisng tomorrows adults shouldn't we give them the same respect they demand of the children?

Respect is earned, not forced.

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