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Teenage insider Exposes MindControl NWO propaganda in School

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posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 01:21 PM
Ok, I've got to post this clip. It just cracks me up, and is somewhat apropos of this conversation of what is taught in our schools. Basically, eveywhere you turn your kids are being molded to think and feel in a way that the adult in their life, at any given moment, feels.
So Funny, this show!

posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 01:31 PM

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???

mr10k, if you are really in high school, I'm glad you are here and I hope you offer your insight on these matters whenever you can. We need to have input from your perspective.

posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 02:44 PM

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.

Why laugh at something that has been admitted already?? It makes no sense..
That there are plans for a new world order "global governance" should not be a secret anymore, but yet people refuse to admit it exist even if you have documents that clearly states those plans.

posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 02:53 PM
Given the psychotropic drugs that many kids are on these days under the cover of "medication" that their parents are persuaded to freely give them, it's not outlandish that kids are becoming paranoid.

TPTB are setting up our kids to be drug addicted from a very, very early age. Even if this kid were being slightly paranoid about what's going on, much of what he says is interesting and it's also interesting that a 15 year old can come up with this.

posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 04:10 PM
This boy is a genius. He is learning to climb outside the box they put him in. Good job laddie
edit on 10-3-2012 by lonewolf19792000 because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 04:13 PM

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?


I think it was a dry attempt at sarcasm by cynically presenting his own world through the medium he has the world beyond himself is presented for himself and his peers
which considering that it seemed like a classes project was good because he probably had only 5 minutes and would have lost the audience by going into to much detail and ran out of time teacher have to keep things moving since they have to cram so many things into every packed class.

He could have gone into detail about the effects of NAFTA on his own nation
which is honestly minor compared to Mexico whose currency deprecated 123% in the first year crushing locally economies and anyone not in the wealthier classes who moved their money into dollars if they wished to continue to be wealthy directly leading that nation down the path to number 1 narco nation
(I'd rather be in Afghanistan then Mex right now theres less people who want to chop heads off)

I would like to know the name of that text book
I thought the High school and College texts I was required to use where bad
That one make those look deep compared to that kindergarden book
Telling the little cows to be proud of the fact that their fated to be dairy producing slave or destined for the slaughterhouse
I see no racism to that since its abroad term meant for everyone bourne into anything but the upper levels of the human social-network (I like to call it the Outer-net)
since the Internet is the home of the devils play grounds with porn and gambling being the biggest industries
The Outer-net is where heaven is and you need a stairway of gold to get there and stay there

If you don't mind the a reference to the question of "what is the matrix?"
Their it is part of it at least.

posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 04:26 PM
Home schooling was the best decision I could have ever taken. Regularly, my instructors and I would speak about issues regarding the flawed school system.

As you said, not everyone has access to it, but if you do have the resources then you should get involved.

Deny Ignorance.

posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 06:19 PM
You can call it whatever you want, but the truth is that no matter what time era you pick in human history or what geographic location you look at, you will find variations of the same exact practice. And not just within educational institutions alone either, but within seemingly all institutions, economic/ political/ religious/ academic/ military/ fraternal/ athletic / etc.

You will see a control hierarchy with subordinate classes and administrative classes, dogmatic doctrinal structures, enforcement mechanisms where failure to adhere to doctrine is disciplined in some form or another, etc.

Subordinate classes are expected to and rewarded for adhering to a set of dogmatic doctrine in order to fulfill specific objectives. How closely they must adhere to these doctrines differs depending on what time era or location we are talking about. Things also differ within each individual situation based on personal or economic or political reasons. So within each institution there may be corruption, eg: a particular official allows a specific subordinate special privileges under the table outside of the institution's knowing, or treats others more harshly simply for petty personal prejudices.

An important aspect of investigating and researching is not to focus too much on the particular issue you are reviewing, but to look at the manners in which it applies to the grander scheme and apply greater scope.

This is important because the pervasiveness of 'dogmatic doctrine' within all of our institutional structures is extensive.


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1. a. (of a statement, opinion, etc.) forcibly asserted as if authoritative and unchallengeable b. (of a person) prone to making such statements

3. based on assumption rather than empirical observation


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1. A principle or body of principles presented for acceptance or belief, as by a religious, political, scientific, or philosophic group; dogma.
2. A rule or principle of law, especially when established by precedent.

This isn't about a youtube video of a kid suggesting there is a concerted organized effort to propagandize the kids in his school per se. This is just a mere drop in the ocean, an inevitable reaction to the reality.

And what is that reality? That in very general terms, the vast majority of the human population have experienced very large portions of their lives attempting to exist within these institutions, and that they have had to submit to authority and adhere to doctrine. There are many instances of people having their entire lives drastically affected as a result of the discipline they received for failing to adhere to whatever doctrine, and it can be quite tragic. Innocents found guilty, the guilty get off, and all sorts of other unfortunate eventualities can coalesce under such conditions within such environments.

It appears that 'authority' can be easily misplaced into the wrong hands, and that many do not take their responsibility seriously nor exercise restraint nor mercy often enough. Far too often doctrine is revealed to be misguided or malevolent.

This leaves the human race with an age old conundrum. Do we continue to support our institutions and merely seek reform and redress of grievances? Or should the human race seek to abolish the "organized institution" concept more aggressively? Is there a middle ground we can find between submission and defiance?

I assume most believe that if doctrine was more reasonable, and if authority was more responsible in it's application of disciplinary measures, and resist corruption more effectively, etc, that our 'institution' concept would be far easier a burden to bear as a 'citizen'. But is such a predicament even possible?

This is what the human race will really have to grapple with.
What are the solutions to these problems? And what sorts of new problems will those solutions create?
What is the future of the human race? A giant institution where people pull rank and boss each other around, or something founded on liberty, voluntary participation, rights, etc ?

Who should decide these things anyway? Should you decide your own fate for yourself? Or should someone else decide for you? Is there any way to exist within an institution without having your personal liberty corroded?

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