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Liberals & Leftists are Predators Upon the Education System Working Toward Agenda 21

Have you heard of IB aka International Baccalaureate Programme? Did you know that IB Schools in U.S. Under U.N. Law? Why? Look into this list of IB Schools in the USA… is your child succumbing to an indoctrination that you were unaware of? Do you know how and what is being taught to your children? Just think of how many of today’s troubled youth are the direct result of this process?

There is also a breakdown of more conflicts within the Education System directed against the United States of America today as provided by Freedom Advocates Video at America’s Choice depicting

“…Michael Chapman – Transformational Education – Preparing Our Children for Global Citizenship. Michael Chapman is an educational researcher and author. His efforts have uncovered direct links between the restructuring of public schools using programs such as Goals 2000 and School-to-Work and the restructuring of communities using Sustainable Development…”

Would this educational system have anything to do with Agenda 21? Why yes, yes it does! Directly from the UN’s site: Promoting Education, Public Awareness & Training or I as I like to call it “The Stupefying of the American Child“!

When was the last time you saw your child’s books? You may be in for a rude awakening!

To listen to someone who is trying to help all parents, meet Lisa McLoughlin on Hr 2 &3 Liberty Underground/The Moretti Report from 1/5/2011:

If you care about your child and your country’s future, now is the time to get involved. See what the United States Educational System has deceived your child into believing, thinking and doing! Parents… it’s 1/2 past RED ALERT time!

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History Repeats Itself With the Modern USA Feudal System

The Feudal System explained in the most basic terms via Mountain City Elementary:

“The feudal system was a way of government based on obligations between the lord or king and vassal.

The king gave large estates to his friends and relatives. These estates known as the fief included houses, barns, tools, animals, and serfs or peasants. The king also promised to protect the vassal on the field or in the courts. In return the nobles who were granted the fiefs swore an oath of loyalty to the king. The nobles promised never to fight against the king. They also had to give the king whatever he asked for. The king may ask for men to fight a war, money, or advice. The nobles also gave the king a place to stay when he traveled.

Each of the king’s vassals was also a lord or tenant in chief with vassals of his own. Each vassal would be an overlord to those he granted fiefs while remaining a vassal of the king. The subtenants in turn subdivided the land. Sometimes there were many levels of lords who had vassals under them.

The most important promise of the vassal to the lord was the military. The vassal usually served as a knight. This service lasted about 40 to 60 days a year. If they actually had to fight in a war they usually did so for two months. If there was no war the knights did 40 days of training at the castle.

There were only a few nobles. Most people, approximately nine-tenths, were serfs who worked the land for a noble. The serf was bound to the land. If the noble sold the land the serf went with it. This was not much better than being a slave.

A peasant village had between ten to sixty families. Each family lived in a hut made out of wood or straw. The floor was covered with straw or reeds. Beds were made from a pile of dried leaves or straw. Animal skins were used as blankets. A cooking fire burned in the middle of the hut with the smoke escaping through a hole in the roof. Furnishings included a plank table, a few stools, and a chest. Each hut had its own vegetable garden.

About half the serfs time was spent working for the lord. Jobs included working in the fields, cutting wood, hauling water, spinning and weaving, repairing buildings, and waiting on the members of the lord’s family. Peasant men were even expected to fight in times of war. Besides all the work peasants had to pay taxes to their lord. This was usually given in wheat, lamb, chicken, and other animals.

There were also some freemen peasants. These people were usually in a trade. These people were not bound to the land. They paid a fixed rent to the lord. The freemen had more legal rights than the serfs and fewer duties to the lord. In actuality there was little real difference between the freemen peasants and the serfs.

By the twelfth century this system was found throughout most of Western Europe.”


Do you see it now?

A Lose, Lose Situation on Who’s Whose – Sorry FOX!

From the FoxNews.com Speaker’s Lobby page

July 22, 2010 | 6:00 AM ET

Has Obama’s “Race to the Top” Lost its Shine?

President Obama’s $4 billion education initiative to spur school reform has become a veritable piñata as the program heads into its second round. Not only has Congress raided the account to pay for teacher layoffs to be averted, prompting a White House veto threat of the war supplemental to which it’s attached, but there’s a quiet rebellion going on by some in the education community to ditch the program.

Find out how much this program costs by using Fox’s Taxpayer Calculator.

So why has the contest lost some of its shine? According to the ranking member on the House Education and Labor Committee, it’s a loss of confidence in the system.

“Competition is generally a good thing,” says Minnesota Republican Representative John Kline. “The question is fair, whose doing the judging? How’s the point system put together? Let’s face it, in anything like this where you have judges,  whether it’s an Olympic diving competition or something like this, you have some subjectivity. In your state you would like to know what the rules are and want as little subjectivity as possible.”

Minnesota recently joined eight other states in opting out the second round of the contest.

Race to the Top’s aim is to prepare students for a better future. States participate by competing for a federal grant, administered in phases, and fulfilling what the program calls the four assurances: instituting rigorous standards and assessments, recruiting and retaining effective teachers, turning around low-performance schools and establishing data systems to track student achievement and teacher performance.

Phase I winners were announced on March 29th, and the deadline for submitting Phase II applications was June 1st. The winners for this phase will be announced later in September.

The $4.35 billion dollar incentive program was designed by the United States Department of Education and is funded by the ED Recovery Act as part of the American Recovery Act of 2009. It was announced by President Obama and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on July 24, 2009.

The National Education Association, the largest labor union in the U.S. representing teachers and other support personnel, gave the program a vote of “no confidence” earlier this month. Many saw it as a symbolic slam on the Obama administration. The item would eventually pass, but only by a razor-thin margin.

One member at the NEA convention where the resolution was approved actually offered a resolution to call for the ouster of Secretary Duncan, in part because of the program. That resolution was never approved.

Randi Weingarten, president of the American Teachers Union, called the program a mixed bag. “The real issue is that ‘Race to the Top’ in principle would be a good program if we didn’t have the kind of budget shortfalls that we have right now. It’s hard to be innovative and to do new and different things that require time and resources when we’re seeing state after state having devastating budget cuts.”

But that hasn’t stopped several states, 35 of them in fact, plus the district of Columbia, from lining up for a slice of the grant money.

Representative Jared Polis, D-Co., told Fox News, “For every dollar they spend they’re getting reforms all across the country. Reforms that encourage good teachers to stay in teaching. Reforms that intervene in changing schools, removing caps for the number of charter schools. These are all things that are happening nationally because of ‘Race to the Top.'”

Bottom line – has this contest overstayed its welcome, particularly in the face of rising deficits? Or should Congress reinstate funding and add even more money than President Obama is seeking?

Fox News’ Trish Turner contributed to this report.


The glaring offense from above:

“Competition is generally a good thing,” says Minnesota Republican Representative John Kline. “The question is fair, whose doing the judging?”

Why don’t they just ask the Japanese how to educate properly? Their system works. And, if you can’t tell the difference between whose and who’s in a news article about education what sense does any of this make?

Hat Tip to Hubby XXXO

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Army Private William Long’s Murderer Continues to Game the System

Army Private William Long

… was it only three weeks ago when I suggested… “One would suspect he’s bucking for a future insanity plea. I vote Gitmo!” …when I referred to the Whacko Radical Domestic Terrorist and Self-Proclaimed Muslim Convert killer of Army Private William Long in Little Rock, Arkansas?

Why yes, it certainly was and it looks like he’s building his defense while incarcerated, on the taxpayers’ dollars, “Mental Exam Set for Man Charged in Soldier Death” courtesy of KATV’s report, and to be defended by the taxpayers’ dollars. How many crimes will this slime continue to commit, even while incarcerated, before we say “Enough is enough”? By the way nice touch Dad, a little icing on the cake? Gitmo is calling, I think it is high time that call is answered! Someone is gaming the system!

What’s Shaking at the Federal Reserve

Donald L. Kohn’s Bio from the FRB site.
Looks like it’s spring cleaning time at the Governors Board of the Federal Reserve System:
Resignation of Vice Chairman Donald L. Kohn
Just goes to show, when in doubt, jump ship!
Or as the media will report: “Federal Reserve’s Donald L. Kohn To Resign”.

** I bet somebody’s buddy will be achieving a new position real soon!