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DIMS Lowering The Bar….. AGAIN. When Will American Blacks WAKE UP?


Upon hearing that the Florida School Board of Education has officially lowered academic expectations for black students over whites, as a black Conservative, I felt outraged — but also vindicated.  We black conservatives have been fighting the liberals’ (and usually the Democrats’) “bigotry of low expectations” for years, only to be accused of betraying our race, called pawns of the Republicans and Uncle Toms.

My goodness, how many more times must the Democrats insult your intelligence before blacks, in monolithic numbers, stop sleeping with their enemy, the Democrats?  News flash, black America: the Democratic Party insinuates that you are stupid!  In their insidious effort to keep you voting for them, they relentlessly instill a victim mindset, insisting that standards and expectations be lowered.

LEARN ABOUT THE ABHORRENT HISTORY OF RACISM WITHIN THE DEMOCRAT PARTY

The following editorial was written some years ago by Wayne Perryman, an inner city minister in Seattle and the author of Unfounded Loyalty. This is the man who brought a reparations lawsuit against the Democratic Party. What, you didn’t hear about that in the media? Imagine that!

Most people are either a Democrat by design, or a Democrat by deception. That is either they were well aware of the racist history of the Democratic Party and still chose to be Democrat, or they were deceived into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cares about Black people.

History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was ever passed and every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on African Americans, was initiated by members of the Democratic Party. From the formation of the Democratic Party in 1792 to the Civil Rights movement of 1960′s, Congressional records show the Democrat Party passed no specific laws to help Blacks, every law that they introduced into Congress was designed to hurt blacks. The chronicles of history shows that during the past 160 years the Democratic Party legislated Jim Crow laws, Black Codes and a multitude of other laws at the state and federal level to deny African Americans their rights as citizens.

History reveals that the Republican Party was formed in 1854 to abolish slavery and challenge other racist legislative acts initiated by the Democratic Party.

Some called it the Civil War, others called it the War Between the States, but to the African Americans at that time, it was the War Between the Democrats and the Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it, Republican gave their lives to ban it.

During the Senate debates on the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871, it was revealed that members of the Democratic Party formed many terrorist organizations like the Ku Klux Klan to murder and intimidate African Americans voters. The Ku Klux Klan Act was a bill introduced by a Republican Congress to stop Klan Activities. Senate debates revealed that the Klan was the terrorist arm of the Democratic Party.

History reveals that Democrats lynched, burned, mutilated and murdered thousands of blacks and completely destroyed entire towns and communities occupied by middle class Blacks, including Rosewood, Florida, the Greenwood District in Tulsa Oklahoma, and Wilmington, North Carolina to name a few.

After the Civil War, Democrats murdered several hundred black elected officials (in the South) to regain control of the southern government.

History reveals that it was Thaddeus Stevens, a Radical Republican that introduced legislation to give African Americans the so-called 40 acres and a mule and Democrats overwhelmingly voted against the bill. Today many white Democrats are opposed to paying African Americans trillions of dollars in Reparation Pay, money that should be paid by the Democratic Party.

History reveals that it was Abolitionists and Radical Republicans such as Henry L. Morehouse and General Oliver Howard that started many of the traditional Black colleges, while Democrats fought to keep them closed. Many of our traditional Black colleges are named after white Republicans.

Congressional records show it was Democrats that strongly opposed the passage of the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments. These three Amendments were introduced by Republicans to abolish slavery, give citizenship to all African Americans born in the United States and, give Blacks the right to vote.

Congressional records show that Democrats were opposed to passing the following laws that were introduced by Republicans to achieve civil rights for African Americans:

Civil Rights Act 1866
Reconstruction Act of 1867
Freedman Bureau Extension Act of 1866
Enforcement Act of 1870
Force Act of 1871 Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871
Civil Rights Act of 1875
Civil Rights Act of 1957
Civil Rights Act of 1960

And during the 60′s many Democrats fought hard to defeat the

1964 Civil Rights Act
1965 Voting Rights Acts
1972 Equal Employment Opportunity Act

Court records show that it was the Democrats that supported the Dredd Scott Decision. The decision classified Blacks as property rather than people. It was also the racist Jim Crow practices initiated by Democrats that brought about the two landmark cases of Plessy v Ferguson and Brown v. The Board of Education.

At the turn of the century (1900), Southern Democrats continued to oppress African Americans by placing thousands in hard-core prison labor camps. According to most historians, the prison camps were far worse than slavery. The prisoners were required to work from 10-14 hours a day, six to seven days a week in temperatures that exceeded 100 degrees and in temperatures that fell well below zero. The camps provided free labor for building railroads, mining coal-mines and for draining snake and alligator invested swamps and rivers. Blacks were transported from one project to another in rolling cages similar to the ones used to transfer circus animals. One fourth of the prison populations were children ages 6 to 18. Young Cy Williams age 12, was sentenced to 20 years for stealing a horse that he was too small to ride. Eight-year old Will Evans was sentenced to 2 years of hard labor for taking some change from a store counter and six-year old Mary Gay was sentenced to 30 days for taking a hat. While authorities sent whites to jail for the same offenses, they sent blacks to the prison camps with much longer sentences. Thousands died from malaria, frost bites, heat strokes, shackle poisoning, others were buried alive in collapsing mines, or blown to pieces in tunnel explosions, and still others drowned in swamps or were beaten and shot to death. Every southern black citizen was a potential prisoner for any alleged small offense, including violating evening curfews. Through the prison camp system, southern owners of railroads, mines and farms had an unlimited source of free labor. The black prisoners played a major role the South’s economic development. Bryan Stevenson of the Equal Justice Initiative, said, in his opinion, “the prison camps were a new form of slavery, but far more inhumane.”

History reveals that it was three white persons that opposed the Democrat’s racist practices who started the NAACP.

Dr. Martin Luther King, several Civil Rights leaders and many historians reported that during the first two years of his administration, President John F. Kennedy ignored Dr. King’s request for Civil Rights. The chronicles of history reveal that it was only after television coverage of riots and several demonstrations did President Kennedy feel a need to introduce the 1963 Civil Rights Act. At that time, experts believe the nation was headed toward a major race war.

History reveals that it was Democratic Attorney General, Robert Kennedy that approved the secret wire taps on Dr, Martin Luther King Jr., and it was Democratic President Lyndon Johnson that referred to Dr. King as ” that @!$%# preacher.” Senator Byrd referred to Dr. King as a “trouble maker” who causes trouble and then runs like a “coward,” when trouble breaks out.

Over the strong objections of racist Republican Senator Jessie Helms, Republican President Ronald Reagan, signed into law, a bill to make Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday a national holiday. Several Republican Senators convinced President Reagan this was the right thing to do.

Congressional records show after signing the 1972 Equal Employment Opportunity Act and issuing Executive Order 11478, Richard Nixon, a Republican, that started what we know as Affirmative Action.

On December 15, 1994, federal Judge David V. Kenyon issued a court order to the Clinton Administration in the Case of Fairchild v Robert Reich Secretary of Labor (#CV92-5765 Kn). The order demanded that Secretary Reich and the Clinton Administration force 100 west coast shipping companies to develop an Affirmative Action plan to stop discrimination against, African Americans, Hispanics, females and disabled workers. Female employees were being sexually harassed, Hispanics were being denied promotions and training, disabled workers were being laid off, and African Americans were being forced to work in an environment where they had job classifications called ” @!$%# Jobs.” Clinton left office six years later and never complied with the court order. The companies still do not have an Affirmative Action Plan.

President Clinton sent 20, 000 troops to protect the white citizens of Europe’s Bosnia, but sent no troops to Africa’s Rwanda to protect the black citizens there. Consequently over 800,000 Africans were massacred.

During the 2003 Democratic Primary debates, the Rev. Al Sharpton, said the Democrats take the black vote for granted and treat African Americans like a mistress. They [Democrats} will take us to the dance, but they don’t want to take us home to meet mama.”

On December 3, 2002, President Clinton spoke to the Democratic Leadership Council in New York regarding the future of the Democratic Party and how they could retake the White House. At no time did he address Civil Rights issues for blacks or doing things to improve the conditions of African Americans. His only reference to Civil Rights was Civil Rights for Gays. His only reference to improving communities was his recommendation to revisit the Marshall Plan to re-build communities in other countries. His entire speech was aired on C-Span.

After exclusively giving the Democrats their votes for the past 25 years, the average African American cannot point to one piece of civil rights legislation sponsored solely by the Democratic Party that was specifically designed to eradicate the unique problems that African Americans face today. Congressional records show that all previous legislation (since 1964) had strong bi-partisan support, even though some Democrats debated and voted against these laws.

After reviewing all of the evidence, many believe America would have never experienced racism to the degree that it has, had not the Democrats promoted it through:

Racist Legislation
Terrorist Organizations
Negative Media Communications
Bias Education
Relentless Intimidation
And Flawed Adjudication.

The racism established and promoted by members of the Democratic Party affected and infected the entire nation from 1856 with the Dred Scott decision, to the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education case. But they never offered or issued an apology.

Today, both parties must remember their past. The Democrats must remember the terrible things they did to Blacks and apologize and the Republicans must remember the terrific things they did for Blacks and re-commit to complete the work that their predecessors started and died for.

1854- Republican party formed to end slavery
1856- Republican senator beaten by democrats to end slavery
1857- Democrats pleased with the Dred Scott decision
1860- Democrats support fugitive slave law
1861- Democrats leave Union and launch terrorist attack
1862- Democrats oppose and angered over Emancipation Proclamation
1864- Democrats oppose the 13th amendment
1865- Democrats continue to support slavery
1865- Republican general gives blacks 40 acres and a mule
1865- Democrats introduce black codes
1866- Democrats oppose reparation bill for blacks (Sen. Bill 60)
1866- Democrats oppose the 1866 civil rights act
1866- Democrats oppose the Freedmen extension act
1866- Democrats oppose the 14th amendment
1867- Democrats oppose reconstruction act
1868- Democrats fear black supremacy
1868- Democrats call Republicans Nigger lovers
1869- Democrats oppose the 15th amendment
1870- Democrats oppose the enforcement act of 1870
1871- Democrats oppose the force act of 1871
1871- Democrats attempt to stop blacks from voting
1871- Democrats support the KKK
1871- Democrats oppose republican sponsored KKK act of 1871 to stop the attacks against blacks.
1875- DEMOCRATS introduce Jim Crow laws! ie segregation!
1875- Republicans introduce new civil rights law
1883- Democrats have civil rights law of 1875 declared unconstitutional
1892- Democrats oppose federal marshals to prevent voter intimidation
1894- Democrats appeal civil rights legislation
1896- Democrats take segregation issue to court and win
1898- Democrats launch a racist political campaign
1909- NAACP formed to stop lynching in Democrat controlled states
1909- Democrat Senator Ben Tillman justifies lynching
1919- Black farmers massacred in Democrat south
1921- Black community destroyed in Democrat south
1922- Black community burned in Democrat south
1933- Democrat President ignores black concerns
1954- Democrats major defeat on segregation. Brown vs Board of Edu,
1955- Democrats oppose Montgomery bus boycott
1957- Democrats oppose primarily Republican sponsored civil right act
1962- Democrat governor George Wallace pledges segregation forever!
1964- Democrats oppose 1964 civil rights act sponsored by Rep Sen, Dirksen and Dem Sen Humphrey. This bill was identical to the bill sponsored by Republicans in 1875 that the Democrats found unconstitutional …YES WE CAN!
1966- Democrats elect another racist governor… Lester Maddox
1968- Some Democrats oppose 1968 civil rights act
DEMOCRATS REFUSE TO ACKNOWLEDGE AND APPOLOGISE FOR THEIR RACIST PAST

HERE’s AN EYE-OPENING VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xryXpK042pQ&feature=share

  1. October 23, 2012 at 04:28

    Not sure just how this happened. Board appointed by govenor, which of late has been, Bush, Crist, and Scott. All republicians, Crist seemingly a RINO. Probably all were and are. Wiki tells who is on it and expiration dates, but not when they started. So don’t know who appointed which ones.

    Also FL recently instituted some accountability grading system for teachers. I can’t help but wonder if unions didn’t play into this. Might teachers favor this to enable them to attain a better grade for better pay. Heck with the students. Just a thought. Throughout state local superintendents have spoken up against it.

    • October 23, 2012 at 09:20

      “Our schools have been scientifically designed to prevent over-education from happening. The average American [should be] content with their humble role in life, because they’re not tempted to think about any other role.”
      – William T. Harris, U.S. Commissioner of Education, 1889

      “We who are engaged in the sacred cause of education are entitled to look upon all parents as having given hostages to our cause.”
      – Horace Mann, first secretary of education in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

      “The children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming, where everyone would be interdependent.”
      – John Dewey, American educator

      “In our dreams, people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands. The present eduction conventions of intellectual and character education fade from their minds, and, unhampered by tradition, we work our own good will upon a grateful and responsive folk. We shall not try to make these people, or any of their children, into philosophers, or men of science. We have not to raise up from them authors, educators, poets or men of letters. We shall not search for great artists, painters, musicians nor lawyers, doctors, preachers, politicians, statesmen – of whom we have an ample supply. The task is simple. We will organize children and teach them in a perfect way the things their fathers and mothers are doing in an imperfect way.”
      – John D. Rockefeller General Education Board (1906)

      “That erroneous assumption is to the effect that the aim of public education is to fill the young of the species with knowledge and awaken their intelligence, and so make them fit to discharge the duties of citizenship in an enlightened and independent manner. Nothing could be further from the truth. The aim of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all, it is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level, to breed and train a standardized citizenry, to put down dissent and originality. That is its aim in the United States, whatever the pretensions of politicians, pedagogues and other such mountebanks, and that is its aim everywhere else.”
      – H.L. Mencken

      “We must create out of the younger generation a generation of Communists. We must turn children, who can be shaped like wax, into real, good Communists…. We must remove the children from the crude influence of their families. We must take them over and, to speak frankly, nationalize them. From the first days of their lives they will be under the healthy influence of Communist children’s nurseries and schools. There they will grow up to be real Communists.”
      – Communist Party Education Workers Congress (1918)

      • October 23, 2012 at 09:29

        “Freedom of thought in the middle ages was combated by the Inquisition, but the modern method is far more effective. Place the lives of children in their formative years, despite the convictions of their parents, under the intimate control of experts appointed by the state, force them then to attend schools where the higher aspirations of humanity are crushed out, and where the mind is filled with the materialism of the day, and it is difficult to see how even the remnants of liberty can subsist. Such a tyranny, supported as it is by a perverse technique used as the instrument in destroying human souls, is certainly far more dangerous than the crude tyrannies of the past, which despite their weapons of fire and sword permitted thought at least to be free. The truth is that the materialistic paternalism of the present day, if allowed to go on unchecked, will rapidly make of America one huge “Main Street,” where spiritual adventure will be discouraged and democracy will be regarded as consisting in the reduction of all mankind to the proportions of the narrowest and least gifted of the citizens. God grant that there may come a reaction, and that the great principles of Anglo-Saxon liberty may be rediscovered before it is too late!”
        – J. Gresham Machen (1923)

        “A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude. To make them love it is the task assigned, in present-day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda, newspaper editors and schoolteachers…. The greatest triumphs of propaganda have been accomplished, not by doing something, but by refraining from doing. Great is truth, but still greater, from a practical point of view, is silence about truth.”
        – Aldous Huxley, forward to “Brave New World,” 1946 edition

        “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.”
        – Vladimir Lenin

        “The millions of dollars which we devote every year to high-school education are, for the most part, money spent for the retarding of intelligence, the discouragement of efficiency, the stunting of character.”
        – Bernard Iddings Bell (1949)

        “When school children start paying union dues, that’s when I’ll start representing the interests of school children.”
        – Albert Shanker, Former President of the American Federation of Teachers

      • October 23, 2012 at 09:32

        It is beyond appalling that ANY caring parent would hand their beloved child over to those evil beasts, to be indoctrinated and destroyed. Myself, I would like to see each and every last one of those so-called “teachers”, “professors”, “educators” and “administrators” in handcuffs, on trial, and if found guilty of indoctrination, HUNG BY THEIR NECKS FROM THE TALLEST TREES.

        Here’s a list of quotes about “education”. It’s long, but I wanted to post it here for anyone who’d like to copy them.

        “I feel ashamed that so many of us cannot imagine a better way to do things than locking children up all day in cells instead of letting them grow up knowing their families, mingling with the world, assuming real obligations, striving to be independent and self-reliant and free.”

        – John Taylor Gatto

        One of the most important decisions you’ll ever make is who will educate your children.

        Education is not just learning to read but learning what to think about what you read and how to choose worthwhile reading material. It’s about learning to discern truth and falsehood in what you read.

        Education is not just learning the facts of science but learning why they matter and how to apply them ethically.

        Education is not just learning dates and events from history but learning to apply the lessons of lives well lived and lives poorly lived — and how to tell the difference.

        Who will teach your children the meaning behind the facts?
        – Tammy Drennan

        I don’t want my children fed or clothed by the state, but if I had to choose, I would prefer that to their being educated by the state.
        – Max Victor Belz

        Academies that are founded at public expense are instituted not so much to cultivate men’s natural abilities as to restrain them.
        – Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677)

        All men who have turned out worth anything have had the chief hand in their own education.
        – Sir Walter Scott

        Men had better be without education than be educated by their rulers.
        – Thomas Hodgskin, 1823

        What we want is to see the child in pursuit of knowledge, and not knowledge in pursuit of the child.
        –George Bernard Shaw

        Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterward.
        — Vernon Law

        A general State education is a mere contrivance for moulding people to be exactly like one another; and as the mould in which it casts them is that which pleases the dominant power in the government, whether this be a monarch, an aristocracy, or a majority of the existing generation; in proportion as it is efficient and successful, it establishes a despotism over the mind, leading by a natural tendency to one over the body.
        – John Stuart Mill, “On Liberty”

        Wherever is found what is called a paternal government, there is found state education. It has been discovered that the best way to insure implicit obedience is to commence tyranny in the nursery.
        – Benjamin Disraeli, British Prime Minister (1874)

        Our schools have been scientifically designed to prevent over-education from happening. The average American [should be] content with their humble role in life, because they’re not tempted to think about any other role.
        – William T. Harris, U.S. Commissioner of Education, 1889

        We who are engaged in the sacred cause of education are entitled to look upon all parents as having given hostages to our cause.
        – Horace Mann, first secretary of education in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

        The education of all children, from the moment that they can get along without a mother’s care, shall be in state institutions at state expense.
        – Karl Marx, “The Communist Manifesto”

        The children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming, where everyone would be interdependent.
        – John Dewey, American educator

        The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. To be your own man is hard business. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.
        – Rudyard Kipling

        The only time my education was interrupted was when I was in school.
        – George Bernard Shaw

        My schooling not only failed to teach me what it professed to be teaching, but prevented me from being educated to an extent which infuriates me when I think of all I might have learned at home by myself.
        – George Bernard Shaw

        Freedom requires responsibility. That is why most men dread it.
        – George Bernard Shaw

        We are students of words; we are shut up in schools, and colleges, and recitation rooms, for ten or fifteen years, and come out at last with a bag of wind, a memory of words, and do not know a thing.
        – Ralph Waldo Emerson

        I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.
        – Mark Twain

        Often, the less there is to justify a traditional custom, the harder it is to get rid of it.
        – Mark Twain

        In our dreams, people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands. The present eduction conventions of intellectual and character education fade from their minds, and, unhampered by tradition, we work our own good will upon a grateful and responsive folk. We shall not try to make these people, or any of their children, into philosophers, or men of science. We have not to raise up from them authors, educators, poets or men of letters. We shall not search for great artists, painters, musicians nor lawyers, doctors, preachers, politicians, statesmen – of whom we have an ample supply. The task is simple. We will organize children and teach them in a perfect way the things their fathers and mothers are doing in an imperfect way.
        – John D. Rockefeller General Education Board (1906)

        That erroneous assumption is to the effect that the aim of public education is to fill the young of the species with knowledge and awaken their intelligence, and so make them fit to discharge the duties of citizenship in an enlightened and independent manner. Nothing could be further from the truth. The aim of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all, it is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level, to breed and train a standardized citizenry, to put down dissent and originality. That is its aim in the United States, whatever the pretensions of politicians, pedagogues and other such mountebanks, and that is its aim everywhere else.
        – H.L. Mencken

        The urge to save humanity is almost always a false-face for the urge to rule it.
        – H.L. Mencken

        I suppose it is because nearly all children go to school nowadays and have things arranged for them that they seem so forlornly unable to produce their own ideas.
        – Agatha Christie (Author)

        Thank goodness I was never sent to school; it would have rubbed off some of the originality.
        – Beatrix Potter (Author of the Peter Rabbit books)

        Children require guidance and sympathy far more than instruction.
        – Anne Sullivan, Tutor to Helen Keller

        I am beginning to suspect all elaborate systems of education. They seem to me to be built up on the supposition that every child is a kind of idiot who must be taught to think. Whereas if the child is left to himself, he will think more and better, if less showily. Let him go and come freely, let him touch real things and combine his impressions for himself , instead of sitting indoors at a little round table, while a sweet-voiced teacher suggests that he builds a stone wall with his wooden blocks, or plant straw trees in bead flower-pots. Such teaching fills the mind with artificial associations that must be got rid of, before the child can develop independent ideas out of actual experiences.
        – Anne Sullivan, Tutor to Helen Keller

        I believe that the testing of the student’s achievements in order to see if he meets some criterion held by the teacher, is directly contrary to the implications of therapy for significant learning.
        – Carl Rogers

        Education is a private matter between the person and the world of knowledge and experience, and has little to do with school or college.
        – Lillian Smith

        A child educated only at school is an uneducated child.
        – George Santayana

        We must create out of the younger generation a generation of Communists. We must turn children, who can be shaped like wax, into real, good Communists…. We must remove the children from the crude influence of their families. We must take them over and, to speak frankly, nationalize them. From the first days of their lives they will be under the healthy influence of Communist children’s nurseries and schools. There they will grow up to be real Communists.
        – Communist Party Education Workers Congress (1918)

        Intelligence appears to be the thing that enables a man to get along without education. Education enables a man to get along without the use of his intelligence.
        – Albert Edward Wiggin

        Experience should teach us to be most on our guard to protect liberty when the government’s purposes are beneficial.
        – Justice Louis Brandeis

        Freedom of thought in the middle ages was combated by the Inquisition, but the modern method is far more effective. Place the lives of children in their formative years, despite the convictions of their parents, under the intimate control of experts appointed by the state, force them then to attend schools where the higher aspirations of humanity are crushed out, and where the mind is filled with the materialism of the day, and it is difficult to see how even the remnants of liberty can subsist. Such a tyranny, supported as it is by a perverse technique used as the instrument in destroying human souls, is certainly far more dangerous than the crude tyrannies of the past, which despite their weapons of fire and sword permitted thought at least to be free. The truth is that the materialistic paternalism of the present day, if allowed to go on unchecked, will rapidly make of America one huge “Main Street,” where spiritual adventure will be discouraged and democracy will be regarded as consisting in the reduction of all mankind to the proportions of the narrowest and least gifted of the citizens. God grant that there may come a reaction, and that the great principles of Anglo-Saxon liberty may be rediscovered before it is too late!
        – J. Gresham Machen (1923)

        Education rears disciples, imitators, and routinists, not pioneers of new ideas and creative geniuses. The schools are not nurseries of progress and improvement, but conservatories of tradition and unvarying modes of thought.
        – Ludwig von Mises

        What’s the difference between a bright, inquisitive five-year-old, and a dull, stupid nineteen-year-old? Fourteen years of the British educational system.
        – Bertrand Russell

        A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude. To make them love it is the task assigned, in present-day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda, newspaper editors and schoolteachers…. The greatest triumphs of propaganda have been accomplished, not by doing something, but by refraining from doing. Great is truth, but still greater, from a practical point of view, is silence about truth.
        – Aldous Huxley, forward to “Brave New World,” 1946 edition

        Hitherto the plans of the educationalists have achieved very little of what they attempted, and indeed we may well thank the beneficent obstinacy of real mothers, real nurses, and (above all) real children for preserving the human race in such sanity as it still posses.
        –C.S. Lewis

        The schools ain’t what they used to be, and never was.
        – Will Rogers

        Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end, for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.
        – C.S. Lewis

        My grandmother wanted me to have an education, so she kept me out of school.
        – Margaret Mead

        Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.
        – Margaret Mead

        Creativity is a type of learning process where the teacher and pupil are located in the same individual.
        – Albert Einstein

        It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.
        – Albert Einstein

        Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.
        – Vladimir Lenin

        Teachers are directed to instruct their pupils… and to awaken in them a sense of their responsibility toward the community of the nation.
        –Bernhard Rust, Nazi Minister of Education, from “Racial Instruction and the National Community,” 1935

        It is the absolute right of the State to supervise the formation of public opinion.
        – Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Germany

        Education is a weapon, whose effect depends on who holds it in his hands and at whom it is aimed.
        – Joseph Stalin

        Schools have not necessarily much to do with education… they are mainly institutions of control, where basic habits must be inculcated in the young. Education is quite different and has little place in school.
        – Winston Churchill

        There are only two places in the world where time takes precedence over the job to be done. School and prison.
        –William Glasser

        The millions of dollars which we devote every year to high-school education are, for the most part, money spent for the retarding of intelligence, the discouragement of efficiency, the stunting of character.
        – Bernard Iddings Bell (1949)

        What borders on the criminal is the poor teaching and neglect of those subjects that deal with the history of ideas and ideals, a knowledge of which is essential to all youth who would assume their place in society as thinking, feeling human beings.
        – Mortimer Smith (1949)

        Experts talk constantly of training for leadership, but their whole system is one of conditioning for servitude. This is disastrous to the well-being of democracy which depends for safety on the free development of the highest qualities of gifted individuals….For all his talk of democracy, the educator is generally authoritarian and dogmatic. Teacher-training institutions in general exist to indoctrinate; their task is not to discover truth, but to convey ‘the truth.’
        – Hilda Neatby

        Dewey, more than any other single person, must be held responsible for the intellectual, cultural and moral poverty of much modern teaching.
        – Hilda Neatby

        The more subsidized it is, the less free it is. What is known as “free education” is the least free of all, for it is a state-owned institution; it is socialized education – just like socialized medicine or the socialized post office – and cannot possibly be separated from political control.
        – Frank Chodorov, “Why Free Schools Are Not Free”

        Do you think nobody would willingly entrust his children to you or pay you for teaching them? Why do you have to extort your fees and collect your pupils by compulsion?
        – Isabel Paterson

        A tax supported, compulsory educational system is the complete model of the totalitarian state.
        – Isabel Paterson

        Most of the harm in the world is done by good people, and not by accident, lapse, or omission. It is the result of their deliberate actions, long persevered in, which they hold to be motivated by high ideals toward virtuous ends.
        – Isabel Paterson

        The central task of education is to implant a will and facility for learning; it should produce not learned but learning people. The truly human society is a learning society, where grandparents, parents, and children are students together.
        – Eric Hoffer

        A ruling intelligentsia, whether in Europe, Asia or Africa, treats the masses as raw material to be experimented on, processed, and wasted at will.
        – Eric Hoffer

        To be nobody but yourself – in a world which is doing it’s best, night and day, to make you like everybody else – means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight, and never stop fighting.
        – e.e. cummings

        Is it not ironical that in a planned society of controlled workers given compulsory assignments, where religious expression is suppressed, the press controlled, and all media of communication censored, where a puppet government is encouraged but denied any real authority, where great attention is given to efficiency and character reports, and attendance at cultural assemblies is mandatory, where it is avowed that all will be administered to each according to his needs and performance required from each according to his abilities, and where those who flee are tracked down, returned, and punished for trying to escape – in short in the milieu of the typical large American secondary school – we attempt to teach ‘the democratic system’?
        – Royce Van Norman, “School Administration: Thoughts on Organization and Purpose,” Phi Delta Kappan 47(1966):315-16

        The group consisting of mother, father and child is the main educational agency of mankind.
        – Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr

        Public educators, like Soviet farmers, lack any incentive to produce results, innovate, to be efficient, to make the kinds of of difficult changes that private firms operating in a competitive market must make to survive.
        – Carolyn Lochhead

        I don’t want my children fed or clothed by the state, but if I had to choose, I would prefer that to their being educated by the state.
        – Max Victor Belz

        “Parent choice’ proceeds from the belief that the purpose of education is to provide individual students with an education. In fact, educating the individual is but a means to the true end of education, which is to create a viable social order to which individuals contribute and by which they are sustained. “Family choice’ is, therefore, basically selfish and anti-social in that it focuses on the “wants’ of a single family rather than the “needs’ of society.
        – Association of California School Administrators

        Historically, much of the motivation for public schooling has been to stifle variety and institute social control.
        – Jack Hugh

        If the only motive was to help people who could not afford education, advocates of government involvement would have simply proposed tuition subsidies.
        – Milton Friedman – Economist and 1976 Nobel Laureate

        The first goal and primary function of the U.S. public school is not to educate good people, but good citizens. It is the function which we call – in enemy nations – “state indoctrination.”
        – Jonathan Kozol

        Together we have come to realize that for most men the right to learn is curtailed by the obligation to attend school.
        – Ivan Illich, “Deschooling Society”

        School is the advertising agency which makes you believe that you need the society as it is.
        – Ivan Illich

        Where once a tyrant had to wish that his subjects had but one common neck that he might strangle them all at once, all he has to do now is to ‘educate the people’ so that they will have but one common mind to delude.
        – Richard Mitchell, “The Underground Grammarian”

        Far from failing in its intended task, our educational system is in fact succeeding magnificently, because its aim is to keep the American people thoughtless enough to go on supporting the system.
        – Richard Mitchell, “The Underground Grammarian”

        Those in society who are in charge of schools must never forget that the parents have been appointed by God himself as the first and principal educators of their children and that their right is completely inalienable.
        – Pope John Paul II

        When school children start paying union dues, that’s when I’ll start representing the interests of school children.
        – Albert Shanker, Former President of the American Federation of Teachers

        It’s time to admit that public education operates like a planned economy, a bureaucratic system in which everybody’s role is spelled out in advance and there are few incentives for incentives for innovation and productivity. It’s no surprise that our school system doesn’t improve: It more resembles the communist economy than our own market economy.
        – Albert Shanker

        In all countries, in all centuries, the primary reason for government to set up schools is to undermine the politically weak by convincing their children that the leaders are good and their policies are wise. The core is religious intolerance. The sides simply change between the Atheists, Catholics, Protestants, Unitarians, etc., depending whether you are talking about the Soviet Union, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, America, etc. A common second reason is to prepare the boys to go to war and the girls to cheer them on.
        – Marshall Fritz, Founder of The Alliance for the Separation of School & State

        Charter schools are just public schools on a slightly longer leash. A dog on a long leash is still a dog on a leash.
        – Marshall Fritz

        Nothing enrages me more than when people criticize my criticism of school by telling me that schools are not just places to learn maths and spelling, they are places where children learn a vaguely defined thing called socialization. I know. I think schools generally do an effective and terribly damaging job of teaching children to be infantile, dependent, intellectually dishonest, passive and disrespectful to their own developmental capacities.
        – Seymour Papert

        There has never in the history of the civilized world been a cohort of kids that is so little affected by adult guidance and so attuned to a peer world. We have removed grown-up wisdom and allowed them to drift into a self-constructed, highly relativistic world of friendship and peers.
        – William Damon, Stanford University Center on Adolescence

        Government schooling is the most radical adventure in history. It kills the family by monopolizing the best times of childhood and by teaching disrespect for home and parents….
        – John Taylor Gatto, New York State Teacher of the Year, “The Underground History of American Education”

        The shocking possibility that dumb people don’t exist in sufficient numbers to warrant the millions of careers devoted to tending them will seem incredible to you. Yet that is my central proposition: the mass dumbness which justifies official schooling first had to be dreamed of; it isn’t real.
        – John Taylor Gatto, “The Underground History of American Education”

        School is the first impression children get of organized society. Like most first impressions it is the lasting one. Life is dull and stupid, only Coke provides relief. And other products, too, of course.
        – John Taylor Gatto, “The Underground History of American Education”

        Growth and mastery come only to those who vigorously self-direct. Initiating, creating, doing, reflecting, freely associating, enjoying privacy—these are precisely what the structures of schooling are set up to prevent, on one pretext or another.
        – John Taylor Gatto, “The Underground History of American Education”

        Who besides a degraded rabble would voluntarily present itself to be graded and classified like meat? No wonder school is compulsory.
        – John Taylor Gatto, “The Underground History of American Education”

        Our tightly controlled educational system mocks the promise of democracy. With a closed educational system we simply cannot have an open political system. The current situation allows the government and big business to manufacture and maintain our culture for us, and in turn, control remains in the hands of the experts and institutions. The ability to change this situation is in the hands of the individuals and families who understand why change is necessary.
        – Helen Hegener, Alternatives in Education

        A family member asked my wife, “Aren’t you concerned about his (our son’s) socialization with other kids?” My wife gave this response: “Go to your local middle school, junior high, or high school, walk down the hallways, and tell me which behavior you see that you think our son should emulate.”
        – Manfred B. Zysk

        Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys.
        – P.J. O’Rourke

        Education is unique among consumer products – when it fails to work as advertised, it’s the customer that gets labelled as defective.
        – Kevin Killion

        Government schools can’t teach reading, writing, and arithmetic – why should we trust them to teach morality, respect, and character? If public education does for ethics what it’s done for learning, we’ll end up with a generation of immoral, disrespectful, and characterless students.
        – Steve Dasbach

        If we keep on the way we’re going, we’re going to wind up where we’re headed.
        – Anonymous

        The study of history is a powerful antidote to contemporary arrogance. It is humbling to discover how many of our glib assumptions, which seem to us novel and plausible, have been tested before, not once but many times and in innumerable guises; and discovered to be, at great human cost, wholly false.
        – Paul Johnson

        It seems to me that much of what we call education is really socialization. Consider what we do to our kids. Is it really a good idea to send your 6-year-old into a room full of 6-year-olds, and then, the next year, to put your 7-year-old in with 7-year-olds, and so on? A simple recursive argument suggests this exposes them to a real danger of all growing up with the minds of 6-year-olds. And, so far as I can see, that’s exactly what happens. Our present culture may be largely shaped by this strange idea of isolating children’s thought from adult thought. Perhaps the way our culture educates its children better explains why most of us come out as dumb as they do, than it explains how some of us come out as smart as they do. – Marvin Minsky

        If it would be wrong for the government to adopt an official religion, then, for the same reasons, it would be wrong for the government to adopt official education policies. The moral case for freedom of religion stands or falls with that for freedom of education. A society that champions freedom of religion but at the same time countenances state regulation of education has a great deal of explaining to do.
        – James R. Otteson, Freedom of Religion and Public Schooling

        Great cycles of history began with vigorous cultures awakening to the needs of children, but collapsing with frayed family ties. Have we failed to learn lessons which Ancient China, Greece and Rome learned too late – about day care and death houses for old folks? Do we without protest accept accelerating preschool and nursing home cultures which warn ominously that the earlier you institutionalize your child, the earlier he will institutionalize you!
        – Raymond S. Moore, Ph.D.

        The fatal attraction of government is that it allows busybodies to impose decisions on others without paying any price themselves. That enables them to act as if there were no price, even when there are ruinous prices – paid by others.
        – Thomas Sowell

        Whenever people talk glibly of a need to achieve educational “excellence,” I think of what an improvement it would be if our public schools could just achieve mediocrity.
        – Thomas Sowell

        No matter how disastrously some policy has turned out, anyone who criticizes it can expect to hear: ‘But what would you replace it with?’ When you put out a fire, what do you replace it with?
        – Thomas Sowell

        When the state or federal government controls the education of all of our children, they have the dangerous and illegitimate monopoly to control and influence the thought process of our citizens.
        –Michael Badnarik, 2004 Libertarian Party Presidential Candidate

        In keeping Americans ill-educated, ill-informed and constitutionally ignorant, the education establishment has been the politician’s major and most faithful partner. It is in this sense that American education can be deemed a success.
        – Walter Williams, Professor of Economics, George Mason University (2005)

        It is possible to store the mind with a million facts and still be entirely uneducated.
        – Alec Bourne

        College isn’t the place to go for ideas.
        – Helen Keller

        They say that we are better educated than our parents’ generation. What they mean is that we go to school longer. They are not the same thing.
        – Douglas Yates

        Men are born ignorant, not stupid; they are made stupid by education.
        – Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) English philosopher, mathematician and writer.

        It is little short of a miracle that modern methods of instruction have not already completely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry…. I believe that one could even deprive a healthy beast of prey of its voraciousness if one could force it with a whip to eat continuously whether it were hungry or not…
        – Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

        Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing–the rest is mere sheep-herding.
        – Ezra Loomis Pound (1885-1972) U.S. poet.

        I’m sure the reason such young nitwits are produced in our schools is because they have no contact with anything of any use in everyday life.
        – Petronius (d. circa 66 CE) The Satyricon.

        No man who worships education has got the best out of education… Without a gentle contempt for education no man’s education is complete.
        – G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936) British author

        He is to be educated because he is a man, and not because he is to make shoes, nails, and pins.
        – William Ellery Channing (1780-1842) U.S. clergyman and writer

        Examinations are formidable even to the best prepared, for the greatest fool may ask more than the wisest man can answer.
        – C. C. Colton, Lacon: Reflections, No. 322.

      • October 23, 2012 at 09:38

        Discoverthenetworks.com is a real good site, chock full of reliable information on several different subjects. They’ve done a lot of work with regard to exposing academia and the vermin that “work” within that system.

        Here’s the section on academia: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/guideDesc.asp?type=aca

        Here’s another site that’s got EXTENSIVE information about the “education” system. There is so much information here it’d take weeks to read it all. Reliable and informative: http://www.uhuh.com/education/list-ed.htm

      • October 23, 2012 at 11:53

        I haven’t read each and every one, but will as I always try to do. But the William T. Harris right of the bat struck me acutely.

        Regardless of race, we are all underlyings to the elite, not necessarily condeming rich, but statism and government elite. Party really doesn’t matter, we are all used and eventually used up. Lot’s of wiseing up to go around…all color, hues, and various political thought adherents. Won’t be over Nov. 6, but perhaps a new beginning has started.

      • October 23, 2012 at 12:00

        I have fought racism my entire life.. Growing up a “honky” in the ghetto of the 60’s, I am well versed on the issue of racism. I HATE IT, regardless where it originates. Racism comes in all colors. Whenever I am asked on some questionnaire or another my race, my response has always been “I am of the HUMAN race.”

        It is my goal to do as much as I can to awaken the black population to the fact that they are embracing their own enemy, and those who wish them harm. If blacks knew the history of the DIM party and racism, how welfare programs and the education system are designed to destroy them as well as other “undesirables” within our society, and how the Democrat party has done more to promote racism in this nation than any other group or organization, maybe then they will begin to stand on the side of goodness and do something to help themselves.

  2. October 23, 2012 at 08:15

    This is one of the greatest pieces of information that I have had the privilege of reading. Thank you for publishing it.
    B.Helms

    • October 23, 2012 at 09:10

      Thank You. Please share it wide and far! So many have no idea the history of racism withim the DIM party. If blacks only knew, they wouldn’t be sleeping with their own enemy.

      They want to keep them on the plantation, dumb them down and get them hooked on welfare. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are two of the worst offenders.

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