Education — Key Page
Now that feminism spread from its communist roots
(see Matriarchy in USSR
— off-site) to the whole world, the forcible removal of children from their parents' homes is escalating and spreading throughout the world as well, foremost in those countries where feminist totalitarianism made the greatest advances.
See the report identified here:
Brainwashing the Children... A Global Report,
by Jill Cohen Walker
May 24, 2006 02:23 PM EST
As the battle for total control over our children escalates, the
bastions of social services in almost every nation are working
overtime to steal them and turn them into state property. This is a
global effort, not just an assault on American children, and no
effort is too great to those who want to brainwash the children and
make them citizens of the new global order.
to index for all four parts of the report)
Here follow two pointers to articles that describe similar efforts in
the same time frame to brainwash children at opposite ends of the world.
Is that serendipity or a concerted effort that is part of a global
agenda? It is most likely the latter.
By Kelvin Healey, Herald Sun (Australia), 2006 06 04
VICTORIAN schools are being advised to dump the
words "mother" and "father" by a controversial new teachers manual
that promotes the cause of same-sex parents.
Out of sensitivity to same-sex parent families, teachers should
use "parent" or "carer" instead, the manual states.
Schools should also put up posters of gay celebrities in schools and
not use gender-specific toys, the free Learn to Include
teacher's manual urges. (Full
Story — off-site; that link no longer works, and the page was
apparently not archived, but here is
a larger excerpt from the article.)
Throw Momma from the Train - And Dad, Too?
Just in time for Mother's Day, the California Senate has voted to
approve S.B. 1437, a measure that could eliminate mom and dad from
school textbooks. (Full
The pursuit of the
planned destruction of the family is part of the systematic re-engineering not only of civilization but of humanity itself. Think of it as evolution in action.
It is unavoidable: in any society in which the basest ideology, the one that
is the cheapest because it requires no sacrifices by its adherents, is permitted to thrive unopposed and in which all moral standards are normalized down to the level of that ideology, that ideology — no matter how deplorable or despicable it may be in absolute terms — will rise to dominate all others.
To gain an impression of how effective such a program is and what its consequences are, check PROPAGANDA IN THE PROPAGANDA STATE [the USSR]
...For those Marxists who insisted on creating the world's first classless society, children meant everything. Adults would repeat, "Under communism there is only one privileged class – the children.
Stalin and his circle declared a war (as in the civil war) against the counter-revolutionary forces, traditional peasants, and called the young to the front lines. Often Pioneers confronted a familiar enemy: their parents." [The Pioneers were the children in the Russian youth movement. They were encouraged to rat on their parents and
were depicted as heroes if they did. --WHS]
The state of the education system:
Have no illusions that the problems with America's education system are national ones. Once you read Tom DeWeese's article and know who's behind "The Fix", you'll come to the conclusion that you know also why "The Fix" is destroying education in all developed nations.
The National Education Association (NEA), just prior to
the anniversary of the horror of the Twin Towers attack, urged its
members in a directive not to lay blame on Islamic terrorists but
instead to lecture students on America's sins. For a day or two, there
were some indignant outbursts. But few pointed out the connection
between the unconscionable state of American education and the
ideological hold the NEA has on our public schools and system of higher
L.A. Unified has hundreds of excellent instructors. But no one asks
them their secrets to success, and most of the time no one praises them.
Often their principals don't even know who they are.
August 28, 2010|By Jason Felch, Los Angeles Times
Alexander Super, a former public school teacher in New York, looks at
the issues raised by the big downward revision of student test scores in
- The following is a link to an article on the key issue that is being
addressed in the two articles identified above; the issue being that
teachers unions have always persisted in refusing to permit the grading of
teachers' performances according to the students' test scores.
L.A. Unified presses union on test scores, Los Angeles Times, August 22.
The district wants new labor contracts to include 'value-added' data
as part of teacher evaluations.
Better alternatives are available:
2010 09 02 (added links to articles about teacher