I Do Not “Believe In Evolution”, and Here’s Why…

http://www.izquotes.com {Note: until further notice, comments will need my approval before being published. So for those who follow and comment here, I apologize. I hope this will not discourage you from commenting! And If anyone is looking for a multisyllabic scientific explanation here, then they shouldn't waste their time reading this.} I have used quotation … Continue reading I Do Not “Believe In Evolution”, and Here’s Why…

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“Modern Education Is Pavlovian Conditioning”

Image: http://www.thedailysheeple.com Here is another article that sums up what I sense to be true: "...Higher academia too, especially in the U.S., would begin to assume a messianic character that believed in man’s inherent ability to build a global utopia through the proper application of external stimulation and conditioning that was the result of the … Continue reading “Modern Education Is Pavlovian Conditioning”

Big Brother’s Version of “Higher Education”: Dumbed-Down, Politically-Correct, Self-Absorbed & Immature (“Mommy, I need a safe space!”) Graduates!

Image: http://www.thedailysheeple.com Not only have the x, y and millennial gens been "dumbed-down", they have also been coerced (forcefully mind-controlled) into a politically-correct state of self-obsessed immaturity. And this crime against children and humanity is not only being perpetrated at the public school level, it is also being perpetrated at the college and university level … Continue reading Big Brother’s Version of “Higher Education”: Dumbed-Down, Politically-Correct, Self-Absorbed & Immature (“Mommy, I need a safe space!”) Graduates!

Lies My Teacher Told Me — James W. Loewen | C-Span | Information Clearing House

Think you know history? Think again!

Taking Sides

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Lies My Teacher Told Me:

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Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong is a 1995 book by sociologist James W. Loewen. It critically examines twelve American history textbooks and concludes that textbook authors propagate factually false, Eurocentric, and mythologized views of history.

Posted July 09, 2016

In Lies My Teacher Told Me, Loewen criticizes modern American history textbooks for containing incorrect information about people and events such as Christopher Columbus, the lies and inaccuracies in the history books regarding the dealings between the Europeans and the Native Americans, and their often deceptive and inaccurate teachings told about America’s commerce in slavery. He further criticizes the texts for a tendency to avoid controversy and for their “bland” and simplistic style.

He proposes that when American history textbooks elevate American historical figures to the status of heroes, they unintentionally give students the impression that these figures are…

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“How the Public School System Gives America Endless War”

Image: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com The following article paints an accurate picture of American public-schools. There are alternatives to this corrupted "system of education". American parents do have a choice, at least at the moment. It is the parents' responsibility to protect and educate their children, not the state's: HOW THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM GIVES AMERICA ENDLESS WAR … Continue reading “How the Public School System Gives America Endless War”

Success is defined as white and male – a new school curriculum could change that

The following article deals with the issues of sex and race inequality in the UK, but the same is true here, in America, and maybe even more so!

Hat tip to Mr Militant Negro

Media Diversified

by Maya Goodfellow

Lord of the Flies, Animal Farm and Great Expectations. What do these books have in common? They were all written by white men and they’re all set texts on GCSE exam syllabuses. From politics to the media, white men dominate so much in society – school curriculums are no exception. Since September 2015, women penned just 31% of texts across all GCSE and A Level reading lists, while writers of colour are responsible for just 5% of texts in some modules. A new campaign set up by a school in East London is asking the government to right this wrong.

But it’s not just English that’s skewed towards concentrating on the male and pale; the history curriculum is guilty of this too. It “marginalises” Black History, either pushing it to the sidelines or skating over it altogether. Last year in a report by the…

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