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Is history being removed from schools deliberately?

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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 02:49 PM
I see SOOOOO many posts that are completely oblivious to history,they even argue against factual events having ever occurred!
This is what "Quiet weapons for Quiet Wars" covers by the way,we see it clearly here. I'm a long time conspiracy reader,I put things together by what I see in the world since I have been alive.I now have a generation gap to witness.But there seems to be a whole lot of people who aren't patriotic,they even applaud the downfall of their own country.Conversely I never thought the US should have to run the world either.
But I just saw a poster who didn't know who Mengele was.Top that with the US using its own forces to attack itself to get us into WWII!
I'm no genius of history I'm 52 but you see what I mean?
Defeat the oppressors with knowledge, they refuse to educate you,screw them educate yourself before BS ruins you as an American.
Oh yes and of course AMERICA ISN'T DYING.

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 02:54 PM
You kinda have to wonder...are they not teaching history, or are the kids just not learning it?

The truth is probably somewhere in the middle, where it usually is.

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 02:58 PM
Hi there,
History student here.
I’ve been studying the subject for couple of years now,2 years of extended to get a proper grade in it.
Either way...Your title seems right.
War Plan Red was never mentioned here in Britain.
When I mentioned it in History today, my teacher went blank....
Sometimes I feel like I'm the only one that knows the truth.
Peace out!
Seem's a bit extremist that we do not learn much that is top secret or failed...History is written by the victors I guess.
Sounds a bit like Hitler with his brain controlling schools.
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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 03:06 PM
I'm pretty sure that it is.. I remember my Junior year I told my history teacher about the Gulf of Tonkin incident and he told me that I had made it up and that I was just a conspiracy theorist. I brought him an article about it the next day and he apologized and said that he never knew about it! They delibriately leave out all FF operations,

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 03:47 PM
I think the issue has more to do with curriculum issues. If I was to ask you about the Diet at Werms you would probably look blank at me - or even at the mention of Gabarillo Princip. I have studied history most of my life - all related to conflict admittedly but my knowledge of the Magna Carta is very limited.

Most students today are taught a curriculum based on a set time frame - mine was (before my degree) 1815-1986 at A level. At O level it was 1915-1979 - so some sacrifices are made. At degree level as a specialist in Peace and Conflict - even there the boundaries only stretched a little further - 1800-1989.

Given that most teachers i meet (and yes I do meet a lot) have graduated at least 10 years after me in Primary and Secondary Schools in the UK I would not be surprised to find that their knowledge is bracketed differently to mine - even given a Degree and PGCE.

Not really an agenda per se but unless you chose to specialise in an area - as I did with the foundation of Israel or the Anglo/Irish conflict did you have to go out side those boundaries.

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 03:52 PM
reply to post by cavtrooper7

Like I have said before, they are killing our pineal gland (third eye) with floride and replacing it with TV. This is desensitizing people and pretty much brainwashing them. You are right, we need to find our humanity once again.

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 03:59 PM
Reminds of those two Italian towns that went to war over a bucket. yes they did, I have still to get all the details, too much other history to read.

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 05:09 PM
reply to post by hellzdoms

The US military has war plans for most any possibility.It's understandable they wouldn't share this with you,but, noting the nature of my country,it's to be expected.
I doubt we would accept an invasion of Canada without extremely severe mitigating circumstances.But that is what a military does.

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 05:57 PM
As someone far older than you, I look around the world and see a reason why history is disappearing. Two very features are apparent. First, understand that most history is false, written by the winners, as they say. In truth, human history is far more complex and mysteriously guided than the traditional, conventional sciences would have us believe. That condition, of course, dates back by word of mouth and print to the very beginning of humanity and across many civilizations that have come and gone since. In a word, we can say that the myth of human history has taken upon a life of its own. But it is still a myth. The real story is that outside influences have been long suppressed and continue to be so treated--if totally misunderstood. We can image that the dawning is now coming, in the works, actually, such that history must be somehow and somewhat corrected for the future. That is a delicate process with so many egos at play and takes a good bit of time and re-engineering to reveal the true historical record of mankind. Who knows what that true record might be? We need look no further than the ETs. Surely by now with their contacts to our governments they have by now filled us in on exactly the roles they have played in the development and machinations of humans and societies.

Second, it has been recognized that the more simple of historical facts and pure human philosophical thought gives wrong and lingering impressions. --Actually, they give the right impression but TPTB don't like things that simple. In your face facts in black and white are to be transformed into silly gibberish, subsituted with their own versions or eliminated entirely. The latter solution is preferable because, for example, if you don't know what various freedoms once were, such as freedom of speech, then you won't miss it too much when your generation grows up and knows little about how vital it was once thought to be to the public at large.

If you want to know what is happening at this very instant, read George Orwell's book, 1984. It explains in overly vivid fiction exactly how the master plan must work. Of course, if you are a youngster of less than forty or fifty years old, you won't see the pattern. You are entwined within the process. What you don't know you can't miss.
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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 06:00 PM
History books never did teach the false flag event that started USA entry into World War II, even though they taught the German false flag event that started the invasion of Poland.

Not only is history being removed from schools, so is mathematics. Kids are being taught that "finding the correct answer isn't important so long as you can show a basic understanding of mathematics".

In 2012, kids have more access to information than any other generation before them, and are the first generation in HISTORY who's IQ and standard of living will both be lower than their parents'.

It's a sad commentary on the state of our schools.

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 06:09 PM
I do see the point of age, partially, clearly as I perceive my piece of it.It almost causes me to hope there is some incident to occur later this year.How staggering is it to imagine a fully activated human and how easy it is to understand why the ETs wouldn't want that.To make My understanding clear I understood we were aware of the Japanese attack we caused by cutting off their that correct?
The theory of our own pilots attacking is somewhat insane.

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