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The Untold Historical Truth Of American Education


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Posted 11 August 2017 - 09:39 PM

1982 Edward Griffin interviews Norman Dodds 
 
Advocate for teaching economics to the young. Describes the new orientation of education using large foundations to control the content of the American Educational system. Details on deals made involving Tax Exempt Grants and endowements in conjunction with communist entities and other nefarious characters. He also describes how the TPTB find ways to alter the methods and content of teaching history by using the arts and fellowships. Weeding their way into the fabric of American teachers and doctors. Thereby sabotaging the deep rooted American values established by the founding fathers. Hard values won and hopefully not lost.
 
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Posted 26 October 2017 - 05:19 PM

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Posted 18 February 2018 - 03:39 PM

There's more:
 
Socialisms and communisms was not created by the masses to overthrow the bankers, Communism was created by the bankers to overthrow and enslave the masses.
 
 

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#14 Michaelruise

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Posted 03 September 2018 - 02:55 PM

I agree, when the Bet looks too easy. How they get the other side to cash most of the time is my question?

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Posted 05 September 2018 - 03:47 PM

instead of bringing good education in a trickle maybe a flood should be brought to the public mind by the major media lenses we all use today. fake news with rounded bias going nowhere. its like a disco flash ball hypnotising the dance floor (along with the music) into a competitive frenzy. 
 
but, dancing gets a bit tiring after a while...
 
too bad the bigger cash handlers handling that production are making it more difficult for any reasonable human being from making an honest deal. it seems they manage the kind of education one should receive according to class or profile. money is always a factor. giving the good marks to those who fall in line with the bought doctrine the good philanthropists provide the masses is always a step forward for those willing to sell themselves cheaply. leaving the best of what the fruit of knowledge provides only for a certain select few. sending down artificially flavored fiat balloons of cotton candy only leaves students who do want to learn in serious debt their whole lives.

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