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Indoctrinating a New Generation: "Think North American"

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posted on May, 25 2011 @ 10:25 PM
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Indoctrinating a New Generation: "Think North American"


www.globalresearch.ca

With Canada and the U.S. pursuing a trade and security perimeter agreement which could later include Mexico, it has once again highlighted the whole process of North American integration. This deep-rooted agenda has permeated our schools, universities and other learning institutions. Through various initiatives, the future leaders of tomorrow are being indoctrinated to view themselves as North American citizens as opposed to Canadians, Mexicans or Americans.

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posted on May, 25 2011 @ 10:25 PM
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Students everywhere, at all levels, from elementary school to colleges and universities, are being encouraged to think globally - to think of themselves as "world citizens," which means supporting regionalism, and downplaying loyalty to their own nations. The incremental march towards a North American Union will mean the loss of more sovereignty and the consolidation of power.


www.globalresearch.ca
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 10:42 PM
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This is to be expected, and the elite's control over such emotions goes farther back than a lot of people realize. Nationalism itself arose from some pretty murky waters. Benedict Anderson's Imagined Communities highlights the simultaneous rise of nationalistic feelings in different countries and, while it avoids conspiratorial talk, makes it obvious that there is something unexplained behind the phenomena. The elites have been controlling these feelings in the populous for centuries, this north american and global citizen business is just a new direction in an age-old game.


Kind of ironic in a terrifying way that all the outrage we feel over this (and we SHOULD be outraged, regardless of the origins of this behavior) is due to the overeffectiveness of the centuries' old elite plan to turn countries against each other. Nationalism was a way of controlling populations by keeping them constantly at war, but now globalism will be a much easier way of controlling populations by simply imposing a worldwide fascist police state.
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posted on May, 25 2011 @ 10:55 PM
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Do you present this negatively?

I support the New World Order. I support the consolidation of Mankind.

A united North America is a greater North America.

As for the indoctrination in schools;
I do not see it, and I am a high schooler in an American/
Sorry, North American school.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:07 PM
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Originally posted by PatriciusCaesar
Do you present this negatively?

I support the New World Order. I support the consolidation of Mankind.

A united North America is a greater North America.

As for the indoctrination in schools;
I do not see it, and I am a high schooler in an American/
Sorry, North American school.


I do, as well, but only in a unification of the people type of way. As far as centralizing world leaders even more than they are? Not cool. The smaller the sovereign states of the world are, the better. Rule locally, cooperate globally. I consider myself a citizen of the world but that does not mean I want one entity deciding the fates of everybody on the planet.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:10 PM
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I am against any globalist agenda and citizen of the world crap.

While there is a vast majority of Canada (minus Quebec) which I think share the values of many in the USA, and could integrated as one country, and Mexico could never do such, which is why they are taking over many of the border areas of the US, I would never want to see them lose their national identity. I don't even want to see them loosely associate in any kind North American Union.

I hope any parents who find there kids being indoctrinated by schools, start homeschooling while you can. One way or another they will outlaw that too, but at least you can teach your kids the truth instead of having to fight to deprogram them later on.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:23 PM
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Originally posted by Wolf321
I am against any globalist agenda and citizen of the world crap.



Me too.

It might not be so bad
if we knew who was really behind it all.


David Grouchy




posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:29 PM
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. Is this a bad thing? Nothing here sounds bad to me? I already consider myself North American... When I cross the boarder everything looks basically the same



Well except for Mexico... I'm not cool with including them
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posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:37 PM
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Are your crossing by plane? Do you get the free scope and grope we get here in the US?



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:39 PM
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Originally posted by Wolf321
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Are your crossing by plane? Do you get the free scope and grope we get here in the US?

LOL you're airports are crazy! Ours are not like yours, you just go through metal detectors and they quickly search your bag and its over with...
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Well except in small cities... when i fly out of small canadian cities their a little overboard with security... they even swabbed my aunts purse for drugs... my aunt does not look like anyone who would have any type of drug...lol
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posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:42 PM
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Sounds like treason to me.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:45 PM
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Well then, if North America joins together in a more official union, then expect YOUR airports to be as invasive as ours. Maybe then you will start to disagree with the ideas of a NAU.

In the US, the states were supposed to be essentially sovereign, but as the federal government grew more and more bloated, arrogant and powerful, the states can no longer stand up to it on matters of individual rights, state rights and freedom. This will happen at the national level in any such NAU.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:57 PM
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In academia I don't find it very surprising.
In political correctness, something even more politically correct must replace the previous politically correct label.

I was surprised three or so years ago, when everyone at University avoided the term "Western".
Suddenly it was no longer Western/non-Western or 1st World/3rd World debates.
Now everybody spoke of North/South debates.

Ultimately it means the same: the "north" is dominant Western culture, and the "south" is post-colonial (subaltern) culture.

It's really nonsense in terms of geography, since some "southern" countries like Australia are quintessentially Westernized. It's apparently more of a mind-space of disempowerment and subversion.

However, with the "north" it implies Europe, and North America (notably Canada and the US), which have dominant power relations over sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, southern Asia and Oceania.

First we had the Cold War terms "First" and "Third World".
The 3rd World was originally a term for countries that were non-aligned to either socialism or capitalism (unlike the 2nd and 4th Worlds).
Then we got "developing" and "developed world".
That was kinda racist and tied to the previous definitions.
Then polite people said "Western", "Westernized" or "non-Western".
Now everything is North and South.
North America is thus divided from the South.

One supposes that connections made by shifting populations and demographics justify the presence of Mexico in the political definition (traditionally Mexico went with the developing world and Latin America/the conceptual South).

In some respects it does get a bit tiresome to say "US culture", when Canadian culture seems very similar.
So in some respects it makes sense.
For example, now I can say: "Medical Marijuana has made great strides in North America, in comparison to South Africa". I don't have to say: "Medical Marijuana has made great strides in the US and Canada ..."
I mean why mention two countries with a similar social stream?

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posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:59 PM
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I love North American food num num



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 12:12 AM
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If you ever visit SA you should come to one of our Spur Steak Ranches.
They serve everything from burgers and steaks, to nachos and fajitas.
We just always considered it "American".
And it's all sold under the imagery of American Indians and the Wild West!

Incidentally, since we don't have any Native Americans, that imagery was deliberately used to unite our segregated market under an American fantasy, and it remains our oldest family steak-house franchise.

So yeah, we love American food like nachos and fajitas!
www.spur.co.za...

Ahem, not all Americans are impressed however.
We have something called "monkey gland sauce", which I always thought was American, but it's a local form of tomato sauce.
Ultimately America is also a brand.



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posted on May, 26 2011 @ 12:59 AM
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Originally posted by Irregular
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Sounds like treason to me.

Yes, it is. Unfortunately we are now in the unique position of having all the traitors in positions of power, characterizing the truly patriotic among us as terrorists. It's an insidious, debilitating disease, and one we may not be able to soon recover from.

On the positive side, I think the entire globalization scheme will eventually fail. It goes against the natural human spirit, and it cannot ultimately prevail.

But who knows how many generations will suffer before it all comes back around? You and I won't be able to stop it. It's too late for us. It's beyond the power of the few enlightened souls who can see it now and actually care enough. But this oppressive scheme WILL die. We just won't be around to see it....



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 01:43 AM
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How can they say north american, lok at themselves as, when in fac and reality ths land belongs to the Indians? you know, people like general custer, working for the us army killed them of, push forced them onto reservations like the nazis did the jews? well the jews ha death camps, but its a similar thing? most of us now all came fom europe* colonizing this 'norh american' continent....maybe we shoulda ll answer by our ethnic backgrounds...aka eastern european, mixed mutt* italian, german ect



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 06:43 AM
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I'm not sure it's the same.
While there were sporadic incidences of genocide, there was never a sustained effort to kill every Indian in North America.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 08:09 PM
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I agree with what you are saying, but I don't think we should go down without a fight. I throw facts at my friends and family everyday to get them to see what is going on. Most people know something is wrong, but they don't fully grasp the situation, as in realizing who is actually pulling our elected officials strings. They don't realize our sovereignty is at stake.

Sometimes I think of leaving the US, as if some part of the world won't be affected by this decadence. Since we realize what is going on, It is up to us to make a stand, to fight for the little guy.

Change starts with one person.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 08:28 PM
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You just wait: soon any "patriotism" is going to be made a dirty word. It's going to be pushed into the same corner with other "-isms" like racism, sexism, etc.

In other words, patriotism and nationalism are the next targets for Politically Correct demonization.

They had to wait a while...the various wars demand a certain amount of patiotism among those who fight them, as well as among the populace in general. It must have been a tricky call for them. But with a new decade dawning, its time for the NWO cockaroaches to get back in the game.

This is the kind of crap we are likely to see in the coming decade, you wait and see:

-Display of US flags in "inappropraite situations" (i.e., t-shirts, etc.) construed as "hate speech."

-Dropping of pledge of alligance in school, national anthem at ballgames, etc.

-Re-working of schoolbooks, lessons, etc.

-Fewer of the old symbols (eagles, flags, dead presidents) on money and stamps and public art in general. New symbols of feminists, postmodernists, and "champeons of cross-border liberation" (or whatever new-speechy phrase they finally settle on)

-Legal battles from people feeling "harrased" and "oppressed" by others in the workplace, classroom, or neighborhood who say or do anything remotely nationalistic

-Probably a long, comprehensive program of guilt-indoctrination for Americans about "imperialism." It will go something like like: "Your ancestors were bad people, so you must go through life displaying elaborate signs of guilt about this at all times, and be trained to monitor and police your own thoughts and actions to avoid saying or doing anything remotely nationalistic. Don't wear a red-white-and-blue striped tie to work or you will be arrested for hate speech. You must be trained to automatically shy away from an entire set of symbols, ideas, and perspectives that in the old days were considered patriotic, and instead be trained to view them as evil."

You just KNOW that's what's coming next down the pike...



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