posted on Jun, 11 2012 @ 10:32 AM
reply to post by PurpleChiten
A Master's Degree or any degree for that matter simply means your a good little parrot. You remember and hand back exactly what is drummed into your
brain, pass the tests for all the exams of the stuff our educational system fed into your brain and get a little piece of paper stating your a good
And you don't know who Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt is??????? and consider yourself an authority on education.
I respectfully say you need to read, not the books your professors assigned you but some real stuff.
No, I have only two years of college in nursing (almost a 4.0 GPA in college and high school, could read at a third grade level my first day of first
grade, read War and Peace at age 11)
Am currently doing paid research for a well known author and will have my name listed in his book.........how about you?
Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt is an American freelance writer and whistleblower who served as a Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational
Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education during the first term of U.S. President Ronald Reagan, and staff employee of the US
State Department (South Africa, Belgium, South Korea). She was born in 1930 and attended Dana Hall preparatory school and Katharine Gibbs
College in New York City, where she studied business. Iserbyt's father and grandfather were Yale University graduates and members of the Skull and
Bones secret society.
She is known for writing the book The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America. The book claims that changes gradually brought into the American public
education system attempt to eliminate the influences of a child's parents (religion, morals, national patriotism), and mold the child into a member of
the proletariat in preparation for a socialist-collectivist world of the future. She alleges that these changes originated from plans formulated
primarily by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Education and Rockefeller General Education Board, and details what she says are
the psychological methods used to implement and effect the changes.
In an interview concerning secret societies and the elite agenda she disclosed that in the early 1980s she had a chance to meet with Norman Dodd
who had been the chief investigator for the United States House Select Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations and Comparable Organizations
commonly known as the B. Carroll Reece Committee. In the video she claims that Dodd discussed a 'network' of individuals including Carnegie who
planned to bring about world peace by means of rapid changes in society. These changes would be brought about by involving the populace in various
wars and military conflicts. She further claimed that Dodd had discussions with Rowan Gaither, the president of the Ford Foundation in which he
revealed that directives from the President of the United States compelled foundations related to the Ford Foundation to direct their funding into
bringing about the merger of the USA with the Soviet Union. Source: en.wikipedia.org...
I've also met and spoken through various charity organizations many people if I listed, you would know - very credible people.
My life, if summerized would be a mixture of Oliver Twist (which I read at age 9) and Forrest Gump.
Having a degree doesn't make you smart.
Living life and going beyond what is "taught" makes you smart.
Some of the brightest people I know do not hold a college degree.
While I am not knocking a college degree, it only means you memorized material not necessarily thought deeply about what is actually going on.
Curious to know if you or your parents were/are in the military?
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