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Notre Dame Professor Explains How Our Children Have Been Indoctrinated Into The New World Order

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posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 02:45 PM
a reply to: MRuss

What does he mean no-nothings?

Our kids know a lot about the Kanye and the Kardasians, lady Gaga, Iphone usage, super bowl winners, Rock n Roll chart and all manner of other useful stupidity.

Indeed, in April the ONLY cable station that resembles a real news network, Al Jazeera is gone.

All we’ll have is CNN, MSNBC, and Fox.

And we wonder why there's mass stupidity.

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 03:13 PM

originally posted by: MRuss
a reply to: Asktheanimals

While I appreciate your thoughts, I think you've missed the point.

What he is trying to say is that this generation--and the rest that will follow--have been conditioned to become worker drones who won't question the status quo and who will happily march into the New World Order because that is what they have been conditioned to do.

This was not so much a comment on the education system as much as it was a warning that our student's minds are being hijacked to carry out the tenants of globalization and total control.

It's entirely possible I did miss his point, I often do. What I see happening though is the politically useful division of race being used as tool to funnel anger towards each other instead of the real agents in charge. This has led to a lopsided presentation of history which is leading to such movements as the BLM. The people involved in that are hardly "empty vessels" ready to take orders from above or from anyone outside their own movement. If good worker drones is what they want they are failing miserably on the minority count or are they disposables in the eyes of the elites?

The big push for young minds is towards being "global citizens". From the most inane children's programming all the way through university level education this idea is incessantly pounded in to their heads. You see it in the vilification of Nationalism (it's always fascist), the disregard of borders - in the US as well as the sudden surge of refugees pouring in to Europe. Global warming, er Climate change forcing the US to abandon traditional fuel sources to help save the environment while China burns more coal than ever and even the Pope jumping on the globalist bandwagon saying all religions are the same at heart, etc etc.

Perhaps I did miss his point but from his establishment academia viewpoint it's quite possible he's missing a few things as well.

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 03:15 PM
Think about it.

What if a classroom professor asks his students to watch and report on current events they watch in the news?

They’ll come back with:

Who’s winning the last poll?

What wrong with Kanye?

What did the Kardasians wear at the Emmy’s?

Our children don’t have one decent outlet of news to look at on American Mainstream TV

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 03:16 PM
"Grinding America Down" is a must watch film on this subject...


Communist Goals (1963) Congressional Record--Appendix, pp. A34-A35 January 10, 1963 [From "The Naked Communist," by Cleon Skousen]

Goal #17. Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers' associations. Put the party line in textbooks.

The Communist Takeover Of America - 45 Declared Goals

Goal 17: Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism...soften the curriculum. Get control of teacher associations.

Grinding America Down Trailer Transcript

They’d accomplished almost every single one of them! And nobody seemed to be noticing! For at least the last fifty years they’d been working actively behind the scenes, in the shadows, trying to move our people and our culture in a direction that was designed to destroy us!

AGENDA Grinding America Down Trailer

“Since the 1930s, our public schools have been misinforming (or dis-informing) about not only Communism and Marxism, but about the founding of our country. So, it has been several generations now and those graduates of the American education system are blind to the truth...”

The Catalyst - Chapter 17 The Bakery

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posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 06:08 PM
a reply to: Asktheanimals

Thank you for your great response. I really didn't mean to sound pompous in my last comment to you. I understand what you're saying and I agree with you. I think you make a great point.

I just find this whole article somewhat amazing. I mean this is a serious guy from the establishment and what he is saying is pretty serious, too.
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posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 06:10 PM
a reply to: Murgatroid

Awesome! More supporting evidence. I love it.

Thanks so much for sharing. I look forward to watching this tonight.

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 06:12 PM
a reply to: Willtell

Right, and all of the media outlets are owned by just six corporations. That would be the reason why.

It's horrible, but it's happening. It's like a train we can't stop.

What a grand plan. You have to give these psychopaths credit for their insidious plan.

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 06:44 PM
a reply to: MRuss

At least we know...The psychopaths are winning though.

All we can do is lament and try to educate the mainstream sheep as their led to their slaughter

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posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 06:52 PM
One poster seems to be particularly concerned about "Confederate heritage" which is what? The Confederacy existed for 4 years. Perhaps this heritage is that of the pre-Civil War South?

Well no — not exactly.

What people are really talking about is the "heritage" of antebellum WHITE Southerners who weren't even a majority of the people living in some states (for instance, in the 1850 census there were 384,984 enslaved blacks to 274,568 whites in South Carolina).

Why is that ridiculous? And by "Confederate heritage"(really liked the quotes) I feel that the education system completely ignores the confederate history. I understand it was a failed attempt of independence by those states that lasted a very short time. But they weren't just fighting to keep slavery from being abolished there was a whole states rights thing . I don't agree with their stance or methods but they are our(American) past that I feel is being erased and I don't agree with that. Why is this ridiculous?

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 07:44 PM
Modern liberalism exists to strip away religion, families and tradition from society and it could be argued that this is in order to create modular workers. It could also be to replace the old traditions with new ones tailored to the elite's interests.
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posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 08:25 PM
a reply to: MRuss

Oh yes, it's a horrible indictment of what's been done to our youth.
These are supposed to be the smart kids


posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 10:08 PM
a reply to: jellyrev

I was in the education system even longer ago and similar experience. We learned about the French revolution and Bismark, then straight on to WWI. And WWI was presented as all these fragile treaties between various nation states, but no mention that ALL the monarchs were members of the same family! I only learned in the past decade that the Tsars/Romanovs were Queen Victoria's first cousins. Nothing about the Battle of Vienna or Hungarians fighting off Turks either. We learned about Germany having to pay reparations, but not why the Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Ottoman Empire were dissolved.

No mention of other empires either, just as you mentioned, or the Barbary pirates. It was all Brits who rounded up slaves from Africa and sent them to America (actually, they usually bought them off Arab slavers or local African nobles) and nothing about all the land clearances and forcible migrations of Europeans to America. We hear about the Irish potato famine, but that doesn't explain how a quarter of all Americans have German Ancestry. Nothing about the Huguenots from France either.

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 10:18 PM
a reply to: darkbake

Absolutely! They want people to be dependent on the government or corporations and that's it. It's really a war against localism (which they berate as 'tribal') and self-sufficiency. Tribes aren't even that much of a problem except under empires, who benefit more from pitting rivals against one another.

A brilliant article can be found on called 'The Rise of Bull# Jobs' and the author goes into the history of early capitalism in the 1700s and the push to get people people off the land and into factories. They used all kinds of shady tactics to do it.

It's also (I think!) why adoption and dodgy reproductive technologies are so heavily promoted. Yet another way to cut off a person's roots, which is a big part (for better or for worse) of who they are. Many, many traits - more than most people realise - are inherited. We aren't born blank slates although that was what was taught to psychology students for a long time until enough evidence came out that flatly contradicted it.

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posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 10:19 PM
a reply to: Leto2

Why is that ridiculous? And by "Confederate heritage"(really liked the quotes) I feel that the education system completely ignores the confederate history. I understand it was a failed attempt of independence by those states that lasted a very short time. But they weren't just fighting to keep slavery from being abolished there was a whole states rights thing . I don't agree with their stance or methods but they are our(American) past that I feel is being erased and I don't agree with that. Why is this ridiculous?

The Confederacy was an attempt to preserve the economic boon of slavery. It's clearly evidenced in documents like the Declarations of Causes of Secession issued by some states, by the speeches of political delegates, in newspaper editorials and in the correspondences of politicians and military commanders.

I'm not trying to be rude at all but in my opinion, you have a false sense of history and that is evidence that you've already lost something — the objective truth. I'm going to do something else I'm really loathe to do, I'm going to bring up Nazis.

Can you imagine if Germans were maintaining memorials to Nazi commanders and had Nazi flags flying above their government buildings? Of course not because most people have a wholly unfavorable view of Nazis as evil bastards who committed horrendous crimes against humanity. Do you know that there are laws in Germany today against public displays of Nazi symbolism and that these laws are part of the larger effort of "denazification" to remove not the HISTORY of Nazi Germany but the persistence of Nazi ideology in German culture?

Do you feel that Germans are being robbed of their "proud Nazi heritage?" Likely not. Do you believe that the German history books just have blank pages where all the material about Nazi Germany would be? Again, likely you do not.

What do you believe is the difference?

I hear a lot of BS when it comes to this. "Most Southerns didn't own slaves!" Most Germans weren't manning the ovens at Auschwitz either. "It was about states rights!" The only right they were concerned with when Lincoln was elected was the right of states to preserve slavery within their borders. "It's about heritage not hate!" What exactly is heritage anyway and how does it differ from history? History is knowledge of the past. Heritage is anything deemed important enough to pass down to future generations. Taking down a flag isn't destroying a flag — it's not continuing to show undue respect (and arguably, allegiance) to what it represents. Do you have an idea how popular it became during the Civil Rights Era to construct Civil War memorials in the South? These aren't even items of historical importance in many cases (because they're not even that freakin' old) but rather publicly funded displays of solidarity with the Confederacy in a time when the descendants of slaves were still fighting for basic rights withheld from them by the descendants of those who fought to keep their forebearers in chains.

In many cases these memorials are simply monuments to oppression built by oppressors. Maybe you support placing a memorial to slaves alongside each memorial to Confederate soldiers? Maybe we could put some important black abolitionists up on the side of Stone Mountain next to the carving made possible by the KKK?
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posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 10:52 PM
a reply to: theantediluvian

I don't know about putting the monuments next to each other, but if a person thought it worth while to do I would not object. You summed up heritage well I believe, and i guess its my point? I want future generations to know about the confederacy. it is our history, and even if the war was completely about slavery(which I dont agree with) alot of our ancestors thought it important enough to fight and die for. To me thats worth being "heritage"

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 11:09 PM
a reply to: artistpoet

We Americans are REALLY bad at that.

posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 11:14 PM
a reply to: TerryMcGuire

What are we to do when SO MANY of the populace has exceeded their "PETER PRINCIPALS"?
No WONDER they want to hook up their brains to AIs.

posted on Feb, 22 2016 @ 12:00 AM
a reply to: Jessica6

Wow. Excellent response. Perfectly put.

Tribalism indeed. I'm afraid that is quite what the powers that be think of us patriots.

posted on Feb, 22 2016 @ 01:38 AM
a reply to: Willtell

In the UK education for normal people hit a high in the 1940 - 1960s when it was realised by the government that articulate and informed people were too hard to govern because they caught out bent politicians and vested interests.

Education has consistently been dumbed down since. Today as the Professor says any of those treacherous reformers who are still alive can see the results of their handiwork.

The only saving grace is that information is available for those who choose to look. Also many people are very aware of the results of too much power concentrated into too few hands and they are waking up to the religious ideology that governs some of these controlling hands that wish to rob and enslave people everywhere by debt.

posted on Feb, 22 2016 @ 04:19 AM

originally posted by: MRuss

And he argues, because of this, because we have made them hollowed vessels, they fight for nothing:

Excellently well put thank you

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