Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Thursday, January 12, 2012

History: It's Your Birthright!

History Channel, eat your heart out. I've discovered the Ultimate History Lesson. This thing is five hours, but is superior to several years of traditional schooling and hours of History Channel viewing. You do know that the History Channel is owned by the following: A&E Television Networks(Hearst Corporation (42.5%),Disney-ABC Television Group(42.5%), NBCUniversal (15%)) Yes, that would be our SOPA loving friends the banksters. 

The first 15 minutes or so is an introduction, so if you're like me and have ADD, you can skip that and get straight to the interview. What I love about this interview is that this guy has put the source material for the authors and books they are discussing for you to jot down and check out later. This is the information that is deliberately kept out of the schoolbooks, also written by the banksters. Give you and your family an edge in this crazy world by understanding how and why power is channeled. Having this knowledge helps you keep your sanity and allows you to interpret current events with a solid understanding. 

The rest:

Hour 2

Hour 3

Hour 4

Hour 5

And here's a snippet of some key information. From Alexander Inglis' book, The Principles of Secondary Education, 1918 are as follows:

  1. The Adjustive/Adaptive Function - Establishment of fixed habits of reaction to authority. This trains the population to get with "the program" and not to question the programmers.
  2. Integrating Function - This basically sets up conformity of thought.  A population that has unity in their thought processes is easier to predict and manipulate.
  3. Directive Function - Label and mark children for the future. This one creates self-fulfilling prophecies. When that doesn't work, they can label your kid ADD and try to push them into meds.
  4. Differentiating Function - This one solidifies the desired social structure. You've got your honors classes which will be preparing tomorrow's middle management, and then you've got your special ed kids who are tomorrow's grunts. Never mind that the majority of kids labeled special ed are really just two grade levels or more behind in "school performance" and not mentally handicapped at all, they've just dropped out in everything but physical presence.
  5. Selective Function - Yes, we do mean as in natural selection. Inglis and his ilk were big-time eugenics believers. A purpose of secondary school was to set up an artificial social system whereby the smart kids would not mix with the lower class kids, paving the way for the betterment of the species. 
  6. Propadeutic Function - This one is about grooming higher classes to manage the lower classes. Who runs for student council in high school? No one from the underachieving classes.
Of course our dear leaders for the most part, came from Elite boarding schools that teach in a totally different way that I've discussed about before. It's also interesting to note that Alexander Inglis' comes from an interesting family that includes Charles Inglis .This man nearly got tarred and feathered for writing a counter pamphlet to Thomas Paine's Common Sense and was gladly received by the British and made Bishop of Nova Scotia. 

So the more you know people, the more you will be able to see through the bias of the media, schooling, nonsensical laws, and your true enemies.

cross posted at Don't Tread on Us


  1. As one who has worked with groups of homeschoolers for the past 15 years, I am keenly interested in what John Taylor Gatto has to say. Gotta wait till later to watch these long videos. Errands to run.


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