The Truth Behind How and Why Education Became What It Is Today — And You Won’t Like or Believe It

“Every child of America entering school at the age of five is mentally ill because he comes to school with certain allegiances toward our Founding Fathers, towards our elected officials, toward his parents, toward a belief in a supernatural being, toward the sovereignty of this nation as a separate entity. It is up to you teachers to make all these sick children well by creating international children of the future.”

This was spoken by Dr. Chester Pierce to a group of educators in 1972.

“The battle for humankind’s future must be waged and won in the public school classrooms by teachers who correctly perceive their role as the proselytizers of a new faith. Such teachers will be utilizing a classroom instead of a pulpit to convey humanist values in whatever subject they teach, regardless of the education level. Classrooms, must and will become an arena of conflict between the old and the new – the rotting corpse of Christianity and the new faith of humanism.”

This was written by John J. Dunphy, a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Illinois-Edwardsville.

These Socialists/Marxists understood it was through education they would be able to undermine the Constitution and defeat America… Yes defeat us. We went to war to protect our freedoms; Socialists/Marxists countries went to war with us to take that away. However, leaders of those countries realized America could not be defeated overtly so they began their covert operations.

I think all of us realize the importance of reading for Americans to remain independent, self-reliant entrepreneurs who will retain the ability to be informed personally and politically. Reading also prepares Americans to research out what they hear, rather than blindly follow what they see on TV and in the newspaper. One of the biggest socialist in American history and most influential voices in today’s current education system, John Dewey, said this:

“Independent self-reliant people were a counter-productive anachronism in the collective society of the future. In such a world people who read too well or too early are dangerous because they become privately empowered, they know too much, and they know how to find out what they don’t know by themselves, without consulting the experts.”

He also said, “The true center of correlation on the school subjects is not science, nor literature, nor history, nor geography, but the child’s social activity.”

Dewey’s professor G. Stanley Hall said, “Primary reading should no longer be a fetish. This should always be secondary.”

Samuel L. Blumenfeld, a publisher as well as an education author, also understood the importance of education. He wrote in one of his books, “Teachers had to be taught to artificially induce dyslexia without even knowing that they were doing it. It would be impossible to fool all the teachers.”

Yes, artificially induced dyslexia. Blumenfeld wrote, “True dyslexia is so rare of a condition, that it was virtually unheard of before 1930… the year we replaced phonics with our current system known as whole language; it was initially called the ‘look-say method.’ One can artificially induce dyslexia by creating a learning block or reading neurosis. It is a form of behavior disorganization induced by the look-say method, because it sets up two mutually exclusive tendencies: the tendency to look at written English as an ideographic system and the tendency to look at written English as a phonetic system because it is alphabetic.”

Ivan Pavlov (the one who made dogs drool with the sound of a bell) experiments explained how this could transpire, “There were very definite affective ‘breaks,’ an acute disorganization of behavior each time that the conditioned reflexes collided, when the animal was unable to react to two mutually exclusive tendencies…”

What this says is that the ideographic look-say method is in opposition to the spoken language because it is an entirely separate system of graphic symbols with no direct relation to any specific spoken language. This method was so terrible that five years after its inception an article in the Elementary English Review described a plethora of problems that “Caused reading disabilities such as: Mental deficiency or retardation, defective vision auditory deficiencies, congenital word blindness, developmental alexia, congenital aphasia and alexia, dyslexia and many more.” Anyone speaking out against this method was ignored or persecuted.

The point I am attempting to make is we are being played like a magician. We are looking at the hand that is telling us to focus on the economy, jobs, debt, etc. And as in any magic trick those distractions have to be important; however, the other hand is really where our focal point needs to be, because that is where the trick occurs.

While our focal point is on the economy, jobs and debt, the trick occurs; the trick where we fail to realize that our children are being manipulated to believe that the government knows best and that they are better off letting government officials make the tough decisions in their lives. And if we do realize the problem, our remedy is impractical. We are not going to rid ourselves of public education, at least not in time to save America.

If we truly desire to rid ourselves of the Obamas, the Pelosis, the Reids and the Clintons, our first priority must be to take back control of the education system in America. As I said, it is impractical to believe we have the ability to rid ourselves of public education anytime soon; so it is essential we be in control of it. As more and more of our children grow up to believe it is ok to rely on the government, the less and less likely we will be able to elect Conservative candidates, turning America from capitalism and taking away our freedoms.

Let me put it to you this way: I have heard many people say (including Sean Hannity), “I really wish President Clinton was back in office, he was nowhere near as bad as Obama.” THAT IS IN TEN YEARS. Can you imagine saying that about Obama in ten years? No!!! And I bet you that ten years ago you would never have thought anyone would say that about Clinton either. If we do not take back education NOW, in ten years it will most likely be too late; over half of our population will be ok with the government telling us what is best for us and then we will have been defeated.

My plan is simple and feasible.

Jim Blockey
Retired Teacher
Author “Public Schools – The Worst Case of Child Abuse in American History”

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