Some of you may remember the song written in 1907 called, School Days. A popular part of the song went like this:
School days, school days,
Dear old Golden Rule days.
Readin’ and ‘riting and ‘rithmetic,
taught to the tune of the hick’ry stick.
The education system has come a long way since those days as students today are being heavily indoctrinated in socialism, critical race theory and sex education on steroids with new definitions of what is male, female, marriage and family. Is all this by accident or by design?
Joining Jim to provide answers was Alex Newman. Alex is an award-winning international freelance journalist, author, researcher, educator and consultant. He’s senior editor for The New American and contributes to other publications as well. He is author of Crimes of the Educators and Deep State: The Invisible Government Behind the Scenes. He is Founder of Liberty Sentinel.
Alex began by noting that the United Nations believes that education, brainwashing and public schooling are critical mechanisms by which they will bring their New World Order agenda to fruition. You can see this in the U.N.’s international agreements. It’s been going on for over a century and is getting progressively worse.
He then discussed the people and history behind public education and how these people set it up with the specific purpose of turning children away from God, the Bible, Christ and those principles that our nation was founded upon. This includes socialist Robert Owens, Horace Mann (who wanted the Bible out of the classroom) and John Dewey, the man responsible for religious humanism.
Here’s a selection of other questions that Jim had Alex comment on:
- Does Alex believe there is an agenda that is intolerant of Christianity?
- What is meant by the phrase: Social/Emotional Learning? Is there an occult connection?
- Is our education system fostering a hatred toward America?
- Why are less than one-third of American students proficient at any subject?
- What data is being collected by educators and what are they collecting it for?
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