God bless Ron Paul. I am for him and I have been following him for a decade now. I don't wish to take a single thing away from him, and we need him
right where he is. But we are missing something here I think.
This is not about electing Ron Paul to the White House - not really.
This is about breaking the programming that all of us have been subjected to all of our lives. Some will say that this is all poppycock, but those who
do are simply deluding themselves. The programming is everywhere, in everything we do, and begins for each of us before we even understand the
meaning of agendas.
Most couples meet, get married, have a child or two and then are so busy trying to pay for the position they find themselves in that they must out of
necessity both go to work. This in turn necessitates day care, then school for the children. So what am I complaining about on this account? Sounds
pretty normal doesn't it?
Perhaps, until you realize that Carnegie has spent more on the Public Education System than the US Government ever has. Does that not seem odd to
anyone else? It doesn't if you do not know about it. When the American Public Education System started it was because American Industrialists
understood the value of the German system of education. In Germany then (don't know if it has changed there since that time), it was noticed, that
the masses were taught just enough to make them a valuable cog in the vast machine but not enough to break themselves free and provide for themselves.
Through endless, mind numbing repetition and memorization it was possible to take interesting and enlightening subjects and instill a genuine
distaste for the same in most of us.
I am a history buff, but that was not always the case. After high school my best friend, who was older than I showed me an actual copy of the German
version of Life Magazine from the 1930's which showed German engineers practicing clearing a bunker. I don't know if David knew what he was doing but
soon after he exposed me to a series produced in the early 70s called World At War. That was all it took, I was hooked on history. I was hooked
because I had seen the interesting side of history - something I had been shielded from throughout my entire school career. And as if pulling on a
thread it led me to see that the interesting stories of history, the ones that would allow me to understand why things are happening the way they are
today, had been systematically hidden from me.
Math, English, Social Studies, Religion all had been systematically and deliberately reduced to such a degree that today for most of our children
these subjects are more of an annoyance that must be "gotten through" than the tools for life they once were and should be. But there is no place on
the factory floor for someone who understands how Sacred Geometry shows us that all is interrelated and interdependent. There is also no place on the
factory floor for someone who has read Walden Pond, or the works of a free thinker like Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
There is no place on the factory floor, or the police departments, and definitely not in the military for young men and women who have a grasp of the
real history of the world, our nation, or even our social structures.
All of this understanding was present before the Public Education System, but is nearly impossible to discover there today. I say nearly impossible
because occasionally the odd effective teacher gets through.
Here is one, John Gato he wrote this book;
The Underground History Of American Education.
If the Federal Government told you that you must lend your car to a total stranger, would you do it? And yet we each - me included - give, or gave up
our children to total strangers for something as life determining as their education. And then we compound this fool hearty act by trusting them
I have to chuckle at just how dumbed down we are when he points out that people like bartenders in casinos, or co-passengers on public transportation,
have had a more thorough background check run on them than the folks we willingly and routinely give our own children up to each day for the molding
of their futures. This once was a duty considered sacred to the mother and father, and one that was guarded jealously.
Daily, I listen to country music at work - not by choice. I hear lines like "Made in America" when nothing really is anymore, and "God is great, beer
is good", and "gimme ten shots of Jose Cuervo". Each day at noon the same station plays the Star Spangled Banner, either because noon is such a great
occasion, or because someone feels that through all the liquor they are advocating each of us consumes we probably need a daily dose of what passes
for patriotism today in this country, flag waving. Is this not programming?
So in a sense Ron Paul is breaking the programming, or at least he is helping to. They must stop him. $$$ at stake!
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