At first I was intrigued because of this:
"The class is varied in the topics but one thing we talked about was the moon landing being a hoax, we had to write a paper explaining why it was,
or wasn't a hoax". She also stated that the class does mention 'The Illuminati', but "most of the kids only relate it to pop culture", and that the
class seems to focus on it in that context. She said, "like Jay-Z and Rihanna being members of the Illuminati."
The name of the course is "Conspiracy Theories" and it is an elective open to juniors and seniors. It seems that the point of the course is to
examine the history/reasons why the conspiracy's (sic) exist and the evidence on the sides of each debate. They cover various types of conspiracy's,
the one's that I know of center around pop-culture like "Paul is Dead" and the "27 Club" and they do some on pharmaceutical vs holistic medicine.
"Oxford High School is not the only School around that is exploring these topics, and it isn't just limited to High School."
Link to High School Portal:
And then this comes up:
Considers the "paranoid style" in America's political and popular culture and in recent American literature. Topics include allegations of
"conspiracy" in connection with the Sacco and Vanzetti, Hiss, and Rosenberg cases; antisemitism and anti-Catholicism; and Watergate and Irangate.
Usually offered every second year. - Mr. Cohen.
Notice the "Paranoid Style" comment? What student wants to be labelled "Paranoid" in a culture where students are increasingly under peer pressure to
be the same rather than be seen as a little weird by dressing, acting, thinking differently than other class mates?
Comment on the story by anonymous:
This class has one purpose, to discredit anything but the official version released by the MSM, for mass consumption.
Meanwhile even the non main stream press is downplaying the real life conspiracy which Snowden exposed, the manipulation of government, military,
police and media by the NSA through blackmail."
So folks, do we have another conspiracy here? That of indoctrination of our youth while out of our house and under the control of Govt. Schools?
Although the course is an elective, how many will find it interesting enough to enroll because of current Pop Culture, it's kiddie stars and the new
"Cool Illuminati" status?
"I think a lot of you are missing the point. This is Agenda 21.
The motives behind Common Core, and similar projects in Europe, are not to enlighten the children, but to identify the ones that may require extra
''tutoring'' in accepting the ''official'' narrative of their reality.
In this New World Order of a triumphant, 1984-templated plot, assimilation is now set to become the norm.
Keeping tabs from cradle-to-grave, controlling beliefs, pre-empting dissent and rationalizing every move they employ against us, have always been the
weapons of a totalitarian, communistic state.
I fear the US is going through a sea-change and few can see it.
Control the minds of the next generation and the war is won. "
Not impossible to see what's coming folks. Control of the youth and what they will do, believe and say when they come of age and beyond is what's at
stake here IMO.
edit on 9-1-2014 by jude11 because: (no reason given)