Categorized | Mis-Education, The Big Issues


schoolI’m not saying education is a bad thing; of course our children need to be educated. The problem is that our education system is flawed in that it does not teach children what they really need to know. When I was in school the core subjects were English, Maths, History, Geography, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. They’re good solid subjects. Nowadays subjects being taught in schools are media studies, citizenship, art, science and information technology. These are not so solid. But what children have not been taught in public education is psychology, philosophy, time management, money management, economics, or anything useful like carpentry, plumbing or electrician studies. To my mind these are subjects that would be more useful and beneficial to all. Philosophy and psychology would challenge the children, get them to think and question things and to learn to analyse for themselves.

I wondered why they don’t teach these subjects. Why have children in education for 11 years but not prepare them for life outside of school, train them to be analytical and inquisitive? Do you want to know why children are not being prepared for life outside of school? Because that’s not the purpose of public education.  A document was recently recovered dating from the start of the 20th century which said,

“Experience has proven that the simplest method of securing a silent weapon and gaining control of the public is to keep them undisciplined and ignorant of basic system principles on the one hand, while keeping them confused, disorganised and distracted with matters of no real importance on the other hand. This is achieved by:

            a) Disengaging their minds, sabotaging their mental activities; providing a low-quality program of public education in maths, systems design and economics and discouraging technical creativity

            b) Engaging their emotions, increasing their self-indulgence and their indulgence in emotional and physical     activities by: i) Unrelenting emotional affrontations and attacks (mental and emotional) by way of a constant barrage of sex violence and wars in the media, especially in TV and newspapers ii) Giving them what they think they desire in excess – “junk food for thought” and depriving  them of what they really need

iii) Re-writing history and law and subjecting the public to the deviant creation, thus being able to shift their thinking from personal needs to highly fabricated outside priorities.”

warI’ll touch here on history and what we are told being what they want us to believe. What we’re taught about the second world war had omissions, for example that the rise in Nazism was broadly supported by the British government and how the British and American banking cartels loaned funds to German companies involved in arms manufacturing.

That when Adolf Hitler was elected as leader of the Nazi party the Bank of England, with the agreement of the British prime minister, offered credit to the Nazi government. That Hitler’s policy of ethnic cleansing was supported by the British and American governments because it was a policy they themselves had been involved in, a practice called eugenics. By way of information eugenics had been practised in the UK since the turn of the twentieth century on the basis of Darwin’s theories on evolution and a master race. These are important details and put a different perspective on matters, but this is not taught in schools. This is one example of how history is re-written to hide the truth.

crusaderAnother glaring omission in taught history concerns events surrounding the Catholic Church and its actions regarding the Cathars in the 13th century and the Reformation in the middle ages, when Martin Luther exposed the corruption within the Roman Catholic Church. The church considered anything said against it was heresy which they brutally suppressed in its attempts maintain its control and its power base alongside the state. We are not told that the pope sanctioned murder to repel anyone who exposed the deviance within the church. This fact is not touched upon in conventional teachings. Nor is it said that the purpose of the Christian crusades was a brutal campaign during the dark ages to convert people to Christianity. So why does the state hide from us details of the atrocities committed by the church?raleighDid you know that Walter Raleigh was in fact a pirate who pillaged gold and treasures at sea? And that Queen Elizabeth I referred to him as, “my favourite pirate?” Did you know that the war between Elizabeth I and the Spanish was nothing to do with succession to the Crown but was a war over the routes for the burgeoning slave trade in the 16th century? These are some matters I want to highlight concerning the taught from real history. History should be about what really happened, but history is re-written so it becomes what they want you to believe.

Education doesn’t teach people how to think, education teaches what they want you to think. Because within our public education system there is no room for questioning or critical analysis, the objective is to condition minds into repeating back what they are told. And the one’s who are best able to do so are the one’s who get the certificates of education.

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