It was only a matter of time before 9/11 would be taught to school children in America.
Here are a few excerpts from what children in New Jersey will have to look forward to from this curriculum-
Students will be able to understand the chain of events which led to the formation of al- Qaeda and bin Laden’s role in terror attacks.
September 11 was not a random or isolated attack on America, bin Laden and al-Qaeda had been growing in strength since the late 1980’s. Their
opposition to the United States was defined through multiple terror attacks prior to the attacks on September 11. A timeline will assist students in
understanding these events and the history of bin Laden and al Qaeda prior to 9/11.
Given the materials given to teachers, children are set for some biased history lessons!
Case Study 1 – The Airport
After 9/11, U.S. security authorities adopted a series of measures at airports. These included body searches and interrogations. In addition, certain
background information (passports from certain countries, last minute reservations) was also used to decide who should be searched and questioned. It
was suggested by some that people were being selected by race, religion or nationality. This action could be considered profiling.
Some suggestions to alleviate this issue are:
1. Search everyone.
2. Search randomly.
3. Use profiling to determine who should be searched.
4. Do not search anyone.
Case Study 3 – The Class Trip
You are on an overnight class trip. Someone informs the teacher chaperones that a group has been partying with alcohol. What should be done?
1. Cancel the rest of the trip and take all the students home.
2. Send home the students who are suspected of using the alcohol.
3. All the students should be questioned and subsequent actions should be taken as needed.
4. Nothing, after all, it was just a rumor.
This is manipulation to justify option 3, which is profiling. With the latter question, the children are left with the only option that makes sense
to be answer 3. It would be unfair to send everyone home, it would be unfair to send home students who are only 'suspected, answer 3 makes sense
because people aren't being sent home and action is only taken if needed! Answers 4 is obviously not an option, it is a deliberate technique used to
influence children's beliefs.
Policy paper: After compiling the factors that potentially can create a terrorist, students will devise policies on how to deal with this growing
problem. What can be done by the United States/International community to help stop the pool of candidates for possible terrorism? Students will
write a one- page typed policy paper wherein they outline the underlying psychological issues behind the allure of terrorism and their proposals for
dealing with this issue.
What can be done by the United States/International community to help stop the pool of candidates for possible terrorism? Everyone in class will be
expected to participate in a class discussion presenting and evaluating each other’s policies.
Write a one- page typed policy paper where you outline the underlying psychological issues behind the allure of terrorism and then propose a policy
that the United States could follow that would stop or hinder people from being interested in joining terroristic organizations.
When New Jersey kids get to high school, more indoctrination will follow on 'what a Terrorist looks like'-
Background for Subject of Lesson (when needed):
Teacher could prepare photographs/descriptions of terrorists accessed from newspapers or the Internet---especially those that do not fit the
• Timothy McVeigh
• Those who shoot and bomb abortion clinics
• Video clips of female and children suicide bombers
It doesn't take a genius to see what the agenda is here- everyone can be a terrorist, from women to children. Everyone is a suspect, and children are
being taught this is the way to view the world!
It also goes on to use the 1996 olympics as a case study-
Rudolph’s justification was political; in his statement he said:
“In the summer of 1996, the world converged upon Atlanta for the Olympic Games.
Under the protection and auspices of the regime in Washington millions of people came to celebrate the ideals of global socialism. Multinational
corporations spent billions of dollars, and Washington organized an army of security to protect these best of all games."
In a statement at his sentencing, Rudolph apologized to the victims and families only of the Centennial Park bombing. He repeated that he was angry
with the American government and hoped the Olympics would be cancelled.
Associating people who speak out about the government as potential terrorists. This is worrying when a section of the curriculum talkes of chemical
Lesson HIII-8: Sarin Nerve Agent Attacks: The Danger of Chemical Weapons of Mass Destruction
Students will examine the sarin nerve gas attack in Japan as an example of the dangers associated with chemical weapons of mass destruction (WMDs).
It is estimated that sarin is more than 500 times more toxic than cyanide. The short-and long-term symptoms experienced by those affected include:
1. coma 10. loss of consciousness
2. convulsions 11. loss of memory
3. death 12. nausea and vomiting
4. difficulty breathing 13. paralysis
5. disturbed sleep and nightmares 14. post-traumatic stress disorder
6. extreme sensitivity to light 15. respiratory problems
7. foaming at the mouth 16. seizures
8. high fevers 17. uncontrollable trembling
9. influenza-like symptoms 18. vision problems, temporary & permanent
Should kids be made to live their lives in this kind of fear? Or is it more propaganda to push them into seeing everyone as a 'potential
The new Bush Administration was barely nine months in office when the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon took
place. Al Qaeda (Islamic for “the Base”), a terrorist organization led by Osama bin Laden, took responsibility for the attacks. Shocked and angry,
President Bush, with the support of Congress, declared a ‘War on Terror’.
The U.S. policy would come to be known as the Bush Doctrine and can be summarized as follows:
1. The right to secure itself from countries that harbor or give aid to terrorist groups;
2. Preventive war, which held that the United States could depose foreign regimes that represented a potential or perceived threat to the security of
the United States;
3. Spreading democracy around the world as a strategy for combating terrorism; and
4. A willingness to use the U.S. military unilaterally to achieve these goals.
Some of these policies would be codified in a National Security Council text entitled the National Security Strategy of the United States published on
September 20, 2002.
The PDF is there people, read it for yourself. It is indoctrination and hard to deny being so. It promotes the idea of America being under constant
threat of terrorism, that the way to combat terrorism is to promote 'democracy' through the world, to accept a growing surveilance system, to give up
rights for National Security, that anyone can potentially be a terrorist, how to spot them etc. Scary stuff.
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