The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America By Susie Rakowski How are these 20-somethings popping up to follow the Alt-Right, join the nazis and worship the white supremacists? They were programmed to do so beginning with a GOP strategy to undermine education that crystallized in 1979, according to an insider.
Then Senior Policy Advisor in the U.S. Dept. of Education, Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt, became a whistleblower about the program and went on to write a book about it, “The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America.”
In her book (and you can get an PDF version of it here: http://deliberatedumbingdown.com/MomsPDFs/DDDoA.sml.pdf) she says it began with dismantling the learning process in the U.S. by slashing education budgets.
Public school curriculum, greatly influenced by school boards, encouraged students not to question or challenge. These local elections were—and are—key to the plan. Teachers had to follow along or they were let go. This was also the beginning of ditching art and music education.
The government wanted to tell us what to think, what to know and what not to know. Reagan, was the GOP pawn from 1981-1989 that pushed the Dumbing Down agenda. They knew the states to target. Reagan’s Office of Educational Research and Improvement was the group running the show. Of course, there were some exceptional schools that escaped this plan.
Schools started to erode “free will” in preparation for the global economy. The programming has apparently worked. Disgruntled youth and adults in their twenties are showing up nationwide. Their jobs and their futures have been outsourced. They cannot think for themselves and need to join a like-minded group. They are angry and out for blood against thinkers, non-robots, those who question, create, and anyone who doesn’t look just like them or believe in Jesus.
Perhaps it isn’t so ironic that Reagan was the first to use the phrase “Make America Great Again.”
There are school board elections popping up all over the country right now. There is a whole new crop of little minds to program. It is important for all of us to look at the candidates and actually get out and vote.