by John Galt
February 13, 2012 22:30 ET
“I pledge allegiance,
To the flag,
Of the United World States of Freedom,
And to the Democracy,
For which it stands,
And Social Justice for all.”
After the children in Mrs. Halstead’s third grade class at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School of Muncie, Indiana finished the morning drill, each student stood for three seconds with their right hand in an oath taking position as instructed since their kindergarten education began. The morning assembly had changed somewhat since Mrs. Halstead began her teaching career in 1984, but then again, what did she care with forty years of teaching and guaranteed Federal plus State retirement pension for her loyalty to the new National Party Assembly for Educator Benefits pension approved by the NEA union pact.
The children finished their mandatory salute to the televised flag on the monitor, then sat as instructed by Mrs. Halstead. As the world news was read aloud by the morning government PBS news feed, the children scribbled furiously on their iPads knowing that an exam would occur at any point during their daily lessons to ensure that they had listened to both the government and their teachers. Mrs. Halsted started the class lesson off by opening their history pages to the point where they had left off last Friday, the portion titled “The Oppressive Regime of General MacArthur,” which covered the post World War II period in Japan.
“Class,” Mrs. Halstead began,”why did General MacArthur exceed his authority and invade Inchon and attack the reunification forces from North Korea?” Jamie Kaldors raised her hand and answered the question first, “Because the international financial cartel under the authority of the United States and Britain ordered it.” Mrs. Halstead sighed, and started to correct her young student, “No my young student, please mark yourself down two points on your schedule now. The truth is that the American Congress ordered the U.S. military to attack the unification forces illegally under the auspices of the old financially motivated United Nations. This misconception is what leads many children to run astray thinking that our friends in the United Kingdom had any imperial aspirations after their defeat in World War Two.”
The young child hit the minus key, then the two key on his iPad to acknowledge his mistake. He realized this was part of learning and apoligized to the teacher for his misconception, even as some classmates snickered under their breath. Mrs. Halstead then instructed the children to open their iBooks to the chapter mandated by the Department of Education for daily history teaching regarding the dictatorship of Ronald Reagan, now considered a black portion of American history where the electoral process was corrupted by billionaires to save their failing ill gotten gains. The teacher announced, “Class, please forward to page six of Lesson Seventeen today as per the feed you are receiving on your iClass program. If you will all note, the pictures have been removed to insure you are not reminded of this dark period in our past, but you must learn what greed can do to your souls. Dictator Reagan was the most evil President America had ever known since James Madison, and that lesson must not be ignored. If you have doubts about what you are about to here, or your parents have told you otherwise, please let me know now so we can spend extra-hours as per the DOE manual to provide you with the proper and correct version of the past.”
Far fetched one might say? Have any of you scanned a current text book from the education system? The course loads at the collegiate level now encourages the average late age teenager to learn that Reagan was evil, Eisenhower a dictator in waiting, and George Washington wanting American independence for no reason other than to expand and extend slavery. The above fictional scenario is not outrageous, it is coming. And to prepare for it requires a mindset beyond the scope of the majority of the average citizen.
Most people will just assume I’m going to preach “Home Schooling” and nothing else. Practically speaking, that is not possible for most citizens and would require breaking the law in the future. The program I propose is daring, probably illegal within a decade, but the only solution remaing for independent thinking citizenry. First, go out today and by every pre-1965 textbook you can get your hands on along with any history books written before 1970. Do not accept the “new” education system as either acceptable, the norm, or reasonable. The parents of the next generation, you and only you, will have the last chance to save the truth and society as we know it.
Second, take some time to brush up on your history, as many of us were brought up under the misconceptions and deliberate diversions of the NEA based globalist ideals. Hell, it took my graduating from college to find out that the Saudis were blackmailing the United States government during World War Two but is that in any history book? No. How many people heard about the Wilsonian internment camps created under a dictatorial usurpation of the Constitution and his illegal seizure of businesses and citizens in the name of national security? The problem with education as it exists now is that is has an agenda not a purpose which sadly means that our children will be lead blindly into obedient servitude if this is not stopped. It is our generation’s responsibility to do whatever it takes to preserve the past, teach the future, and create a generation of saviors.
We need the young saviors as our generation, our souls, our fellow citizens, our now lost. Take the initiative and save our nation by teaching one young soul the truth. Today, not tomorrow.