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Old 11-20-2009, 05:24 PM
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Default This was wrtten almost 17 years ago, amazing

This was written almost seventeen years ago. Just imagine if everyone had listened back then. What is said and warned back then is known as fact now.
http://www.natall.com/american-dissi...adv031393.html
Program of 13th March, 1993
The NEA's Anti-American Agenda Threatens Our Nation

Who said this? "Allegiance to a nation is the biggest stumbling block to the creation of international government. National boundaries and the concept of sovereignty must be abolished. The quickest way to do this is to condition the young to another and broader alliance. Opinion favorable to international government will be developed in the social studies curriculum in the public schools." Were those the words of an Alger Hiss, or some other well-known traitor to America? No, they were from a handbook for teachers published by the National Education Association, also known as the NEA for short.

And who said this? "Conditioning is a process which may be employed by the teacher to build up attitudes in the child and predispose him to the action by which those attitudes are expressed." Were those words taken from a Communist course book on brainwashing? No, that sage advice is from the Yearbook of the National Education Association.

And who said this? "Education should and can be made a force to equalize the conditions of men." Could it have been those well-known equalitarian idealists Marx or Lenin? No, that was from the Secretary's Report of the National Education Association right here in the USA.

You may be starting to get the point, but here's one more quote for you - where do these words of wisdom come from? "What if teachers don't want power? Organize the ones who do. The building of a power base needs a leader, who is initially more important than the number of people you have behind him. Among others, Martin Luther King, Ho Chi Minh, and Fidel Castro suggest the wisdom of this advice. [Train your] people by making the other side insult or assault your people so that they can learn what the other side is really like. ...getting the [school] superintendent to insult or to assault your people is regarded as of higher value than ten weeks of formal training. It is hard to deal with an enemy with whom you have a personal relationship. You should not let your people fraternize with the enemy." Sounds like it comes from a revolutionary Marxist training manual, doesn't it? It's actually from a official report to the NEA by one Saul Alinsky.

On today's program I'm going to blow the lid off this organization - the National Education Association - and expose its subversive and anti-American agenda for all to see - on American Dissident Voices.

Most Americans do not know what is going on in the public school classrooms of this country. They complain that property taxes are too high, yes, and they are perplexed when a massive bureaucracy and billions upon billions in public school funding produce not young scholars but illiterate drug-abusing criminals and delinquents. But sadly, most of us irresponsibly throw up our hands and hope that "someone else" will solve these problems for us - that "someone else" usually meaning teachers, politicians, educational bureaucrats, "whoever is in charge." We hope for the best and trust the politicians' promises because we feel intimidated by the size of the problems and by our own lack of expertise and knowledge in the field of education. Due to this irresponsibility on our part a almost an entire generation has been denied a proper education. The situation is getting so bad in many major cities that to send your child to a public school is tantamount to child abuse. Is it surprising that even such an eager booster of the education establishment as Bill Clinton, (who made a promise to send his daughter, Chelsea, to a public school) when confronted with the grim realities of the hellhole that the DC public schools have become, quietly enrolled her in an exclusive private school?

Little John or little Jane are, in some jurisdictions, more likely to be hooked on dope than on the classics of English literature, more likely to learn the brutal reality of rape than the subtleties of the calculus, more likely to be assaulted than instructed - and when they are instructed, it will more than likely be in how to use a condom, how to fight for "gay rights," and how to be a good citizen of the New World Order.

Americans desperately need to become informed and involved in their children's education. A beginning of a hopeful trend is the "home schooling" movement. A small but growing group of American parents are abandoning the public schools as hopelessly incapable of providing their children with a decent education. How right they are. Behind the shiny glass windows and angular, ugly architecture of the modern American public school there is occurring a betrayal of our American heritage and values, and a subversion of our nation that would shock you to your knees, if only you knew about it. Since the Liberal news media tell us very little, most Americans remain ignorant. What I am going to tell you today is only a small part of the story of the takeover of the public schools by the enemies of America, but it is a crucial part. If I succeed in inspiring you to get involved in the fight to take back America's schools from those who have stolen them from us, then I will have achieved my goal.

On 16th Street in Washington, DC stand the offices of an organization called the National Education Association, or NEA for short. The NEA was founded in 1857 by a group of 43 teachers. For many years it was merely a professional association of teachers, acting in many ways like a labor union and fighting for the economic interests of its members, though often clothing its agenda with high-sounding rhetoric about "fighting for an equal opportunity for all children," etc. For approximately the first fifty years of its existence, the NEA had a reputation as a relatively decent and benign institution.

The NEA represents itself today as a professional association and much more - as an "education lobby." Now that all sounds very fine, doesn't it? After all, who could be against education?

Ladies and gentlemen, I am here to tell you that the NEA is a massively funded and powerful organization with effective control over teachers and public education in this country, with its tentacles reaching deeply into the education bureaucracy in Washington and into your wallet and mine; and it is an organization which is firmly dedicated to the conversion of this country into a province in a one-world government, a New World Order in which the independence of the United States would cease to exist and in which the American people would become an insignificant and powerless minority.

How did the radical transformation of this organization take place?

Let me quote from The Siecus Circle, published in 1977, by Claire Chambers:

"Recognizing the organization's potential for exerting tremendous pressure and influence on American education, the ...socialist complex wasted no time in seizing control of the NEA; this it accomplished as far back as the early 1900's. Early NEA leaders who strove for a one-world ...order included such ...Communist fronters as John Dewey and William Heard Kilpatrick. Harold Rugg and Marxist professor George S. Counts... were among the NEA teacher-leaders whose writings helped steer the leftward course of this organization in the early 1930's.

By maneuvering converts into top administrative positions, [these] master planners gained control of the NEA."

At roughly the same time, the then National Chairman of the Communist Party, USA, William Z. Foster, in his book, Toward A Soviet America, wrote that education could advance the revolution best if centrally controlled and organized under a federal Department of Education. Foster said that the Department of Education "should be revolutionized, cleansed of religious, patriotic and other features of the bourgeois ideology. The students will be taught on the basis of Marxian dialectical materialism, internationalism, and the general ethics of the new Socialist society."

Is it merely a coincidence that the NEA fought for decades to establish just such a federal Department of Education, as envisaged by Communist William Z. Foster? Their efforts paid off in 1977 when Jimmy Carter, in return for NEA support in the 1976 election, created the DOE. The DOE bureaucracy has been since its inception heavily interlocked with that of the NEA.

But surely, you may say, our Department of Education and the NEA are not promoting the internationalism and anti-Americanism proposed by William Z. Foster! Judge for yourself the motives of the NEA, as I read to you from the NEA publication, Today's Education, the March- April 1976 issue, part of an article entitled "A Declaration of Interdependence" by long-time world government proponent Henry Steele Commager:

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