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Our Schools are now teaching our kids about the New World Order

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posted on Apr, 29 2010 @ 10:21 AM
Through the years I have come across many skeptics who claim there is no such thing as the new world order. I have to agree with them sometimes at first because when I came across the info about the nwo, I was just like them!

Doubting any evidence put before me, and it wasn't until I came across this person who had been a victim of the nwo and one of it's cultic realms that I began to wake up to what I really wanted to doubt in the first place.

The years came and went, much like the blogs I attended and the people I met along the way, and now I am settled into ATS with more than 20+ years of research under my belt, and still I am battling the unbelievers, which is okay, for I at one time was on their side of the fence.

But now, we have our own american schools teaching the new world order to our own kids and grandkids, which begs me to ask the question, "How can the nay-sayers and scoffers question anything about the NWO when it is being taught now in our public schools?

U.S. Schools Using History Books to Teach The New World Order
April 28, 2010 – 4:54 pm

posted on Apr, 29 2010 @ 10:56 AM
reply to post by thewind

Ok... The Wind, if that is your real name, I've been off this site for a long time and it's probably because of threads like these. If you are a troll, you get applause because I'm feeding you thanksgiving dinner. If you are serious about the video you posted... wow. where to start?

1. The kid... yes this is a video made by a kid. 16 at the oldest. accompanied by "dramatic" music and in black and white. I normally would have stopped watching there, but this is too good since you posted this as "evidence"
2. He opens his history book to a chapter: The New World Order: 1970-Present. I immediately thought "the internet and computers among other things changed the world, thats what they're talking about"

sure enough you can make out the "main ideas" Post cold war, economic shift, global relations.
3. You can see the 9/11 commission report on the ground and he's wearing a dollar bill t-shirt and its crossed out... thinks-he-knows-the-secrets-of-the-world-because-he-can-find-conspiracy-theories-on-the-internet, typical high school conspiracy buff.
4. He has a passage about NAFTA saying "the one thing they should talk about is the NAFTA super-highway, which they don't DARE mention"... great logic. They also left out reptilian underlords.

5.Mentions the war on drugs part of the chapter. Says that it's "counter-education" to say that it is a success. Well herp derp, of course they're going to tell kids that... should they also mention that D.A.R.E is useless and in fact is more likely to get kids ON drugs. Thats just the way things are, a textbook is never going to admit things like that, it wouldn't sell.

6. Montage of or stickers

7.I think he switches to his schools rules. I say his because it's highlighted "Respect yourself and be proud to be a cowboy/ cowgirl" school mascot I assume.

"we are being FORCED to be proud of our school, be PROUD of our principal, no matter how fascist he is.

8. He gives us the "translated" rules:

1. Respect us
2. Never question us
3 Learn your propaganda

uh-huh... *yawn* welcome to the real world.

9. Mentions all the cameras in his school. Pretty standard. I don't agree with it, but their there to cover the schools ass if theres a dispute over what actually happened (because all of a sudden no one trusts anyone anymore).

10. mentions a rule that doesn't allow phones to be used as a camera... he says it's because they don't want "you to catch them saying something"... etc. It never mentions actual CAMERAS just PHONES with cameras. Do I need to explain? I guess so. Girls with low self esteem take naked pictures of themselves and someone gets a hold of it and texts it to the whole school. Child porn, end of story.

Seriously? I love the "proof" ATS puts out. It really makes us look good. Thanks thewind!

posted on Apr, 29 2010 @ 11:02 AM
This video has been posted before. I can't find the thread but I think it was supposed to be the person who filmed the video posting it here on ATS. Who knows though?

I was paranoid like that too when I was kid's age.

posted on Apr, 29 2010 @ 11:21 AM
reply to post by afterschoolfun
I can understand your resentments and denial, but I myself can vividly remember when I was in high school, and that was 30+ years ago that if one looked close enough at the global gov't classes being taught one could pick up on the nwo vibe even back then.

Now, fast forward to the 90's, and I also clearly remember my own daughters in gov't class showing me their allegedly "updated" material that was required by law to be taught, and it clearly had globalistic parameters to say the least.

Just recently, the state of Texas dropped John Adams or Thomas Jefferson from their history books for whatever reason(I can't remember which) because the state requirements said to have changed in the teaching structure. Figure that one if you can.

This isn't the only evidence out there about the nwo being taught in our schools either, it just ranked as one of the best sources of info.

posted on Apr, 29 2010 @ 11:35 AM
reply to post by afterschoolfun
Here's some more of what our kids are being taught about globalism/nwo.

How Globalism is Destroying America
Special Report | By Cliff Kincaid and Andy Selepak | January 23, 2007

Schools and New Age Globalism

Globalization and the Teaching Curriculum

Right now here where I live, all the above is being taught even on the first and second grade levels! Now, you called my OP a conspiracy? How about now since I posted the above? No high school students involved in this information, all grownups! And for the record, I am not a troll, and I have been researching the nwo for more than 30 years now.

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