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Originally posted by mr10k
As a high-schooler I can totally relate. The education system is totally flawed beyond belief. Some of you would not belief the sort of things we learn, are forced to learn, and are forced to believe. Why do I have an American Government book that doesn't even go past the '04 election???
Originally posted by LeSigh
Originally posted by jewells
Wow impressive kid! (must frequent ATS!)
Just wondering if he's suffered any backlash from the school for posting this vid, & if so what?
Backlash? Really? I'm a teacher. We spend a lot of time complaining about the textbooks and curriculum maps we have to use. I find all kinds of mistakes and inaccurate information in our textbooks all the time. I show my students the inaccuracies when I find them.
He said the teachers laugh at him when he brings up the NWO. Well, it really depends on how he's presenting his information to them, doesn't it? I saw his video and laughed too.
Originally posted by Xoanon
I am sorry to say that I am sorely disappointed in this poor young man's abject lack of creativity. His slavish imitation of Alex Jones and others in the formatting and presentation of the video is disturbing.
Like the adults that he imitates, he has made a neat little video with slick formatting and music meant to stir the emotions, when in fact, the video has nearly 0 information in it other than to point out the big scary words, 'New World Order' in his text book.
All of this renders his mindless imitation quite ironic. Baaaaa much?
Listen, the last thing we need to be doing is breeding another little cadre of these schlock conspiracy performance artists. Right?
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