Education took a drastic twist with the turn of the century. In the works for decades, the very definition of education underwent major overhaul, completing the transformation of teaching into indoctrination.
Education majors watched how programs that once imparted methods of teaching subject matter to pupils refocused on implementation of redefined language – words and phrases corrupted over time to condition thought processes instead of encouraging an exchange of ideas. Retooled teacher training stressed class management techniques (crowd control) and appeasing students and/or parents to avoid litigation. Teaching straightforward content such as math, history, grammar, spelling, etc. got lost in the shuffle.
The steady change in language to suit institutional programming has been wildly successful. Easily influenced non-binary Generation Z (or whatever the ‘newspeak’ has designated 20 to 30-somethings) have had their minds so challenged by educational standards (otherwise referred to as brainwashing) that the level of personal confusion has created a zombie-like herd of social destroyers.
They are the conditioned mobs roaming the streets of progressive-run cities – Seattle, Portland, Minneapolis, Chicago, New York, etc. – fire-bombing businesses, despising law enforcement, stealing property, and demolishing municipal infrastructure to create filth-ridden social anarchy that looks askance at murder.
How did America, of all nations, reach this crossroad? By redefining ‘education’ to makeover public schools and colleges into radical training centers. The fruits of sixty years of communist-leaning academic programming is tearing down what liberty built, replacing orderly freedom with catastrophic chaos.
Destructive education is now embedded in colleges and universities, both public and private. No academic discipline has been immune from the implementation of Marxist precepts under the expansion of teachers’ unions over the last century.
The rugged individualism that built America’s greatness (so detested by communist educators that are now in the majority at learning institutions) has taken a beating even in the business sector. Business programs have been undermined by collectivist thought, converting capitalism into marketing – otherwise understood to be the promotion of acceptable social behaviors. As far as most colleges are concerned, capitalism is dead and commerce must conform to social justice ‘norms.’
The recent spate of violence spurred by a video of the mistreatment of George Floyd in Minneapolis was hijacked by the Marxist (and misnamed) Black Lives Matter organization. Peaceful protests were purposefully infiltrated by cowardly, mostly white, agitators who hid their faces behind masks. Claiming to uphold justice for people of color, they turned nonviolent demonstrations into open riots by planting bricks, baseball bats, and incendiary devices along march routes.
Corporations have abandoned established business practices by jumping on the bandwagon, either openly funding the anarchist Black Lives Matter or routing funds through secondary organizations like the ACLU, NAACP, African American Leadership Forum or Equal Justice Initiative. How some of these organizations utilize the funds is clear as mud because rhetoric is the byword in a post-Covid-19 commercial world. It is the word commentators use in place of the less genteel term shortened into the initials B.S.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are being allocated by corporations believing that by underwriting divisive social justice groups they are promoting commerce. They are, in fact, undermining their freedom to create wealth by supporting non-profits that create administrative programs that do little more than make minority members think something is being changed to promote minority success.
It is how marketing has permeated every aspect of commerce, beginning with business and social education. Establishment educators now teach rhetoric as an accepted component of business curricula, demonstrated by the syllabus for a core class at BYU.
There are two prongs to the ‘devolution’ of the American business model that is being relentlessly implemented in this election year. First is the misrepresentation of the Wuhan virus “pandemic.
Mark Levin broadcast taped comments of Ron Klain in 2009 on CSPAN at the Biological Attacks and Pandemics Forum (a Biden staffer at the time and later Obama’s Ebola Response team coordinator), clearly stating “We did every possible thing wrong,” regarding the 2009 outbreak of Swine flu. “60 million Americans got H1N1” when the epidemic was swept under the rug by discontinuing flu testing. And what did Obama do? Absolutely nothing. No lock-downs, no masks, no social distancing, no school closures and the United States survived without a problem. (Mark Levin Show, July 16, 2020 approximately at the 49-minute mark.)
Compare the 60 million number to the 3.5 million cases worldwide. The overreaction now is an attempt to destabilize the government making it ripe for a democrat takeover, under which comes the second prong attack.
It’s the Marxist-directed destruction of cities under the guise of social justice that amounts to the dual spread of misery by targeting so-called white privilege. But it’s not the white population that’s suffering most under the incendiary, violent rioting. It’s the small minority-owned businesses and big box stores that are being looted and burned. The purpose appears to be clear – target small business that can’t recover without government assistance, and take out the major commercial centers that cater to minority communities, leaving them without goods and services. Yet major corporations are funding the groups bent on destroying them.
Through it all, blame is directed at white privilege to divide communities and plummet commercial districts and inner cities into engineered poverty. Along with this scheme is the promotion of a ‘defund the police’ movement in an attempt to create a disgruntled, angry minority population that the anarchists believe will form a backlash against law and civil order.
What the resistance hadn’t expected is how their plan is backfiring as more city dwellers of every color are crying out for more police presence to protect them from the lawlessness and murder being promulgated right outside their front doors.
While teachers’ unions are suing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for expecting them to return to school and do their jobs, black community members and preachers like Bevelyn Beatty are taking their message to the streets, literally. Supporting law and order and the re-opening of businesses and schools, courageous individuals are painting over anti-social Black Lives Matter graffiti to make the point that America is composed of people of every color, creed and faith and they’re past ready to open for business and resume free enterprise.
So, fellow members, how can we fix our shitty education system?