How to Brainwash a Nation

I caught this over at Vigilant Citizen with a KGB operative. This was done back iin 1985 and we are in step 3 crisis exactly as described. A student was interviewed recently in Madison Wisconsin regarding the Union issue, her comment was, “Maybe a revolution would be a good idea”. The amazing piece of information is that the KGB only spends 15 percent of its time on clandestine operations. The other time is spent on what he describes.

This amazing interview was done back in 1985 with a former KGB agent who was trained in subversion techniques. He explains the 4 basic steps to socially engineering entire generations into thinking and behaving the way those in power want them to. It’s shocking because our nation has been transformed in the exact same way, and followed the exact same steps.

Dept of Education wants your Kid’s Blood Type

How soon can we disband the Dept. of Education? Stop funding now. This nonsense must end. I hardly know how to even comment on this asinine behavior of another Marxist. There soon will be nothing left of our country to even save. This is a deliberate attempt to eliminate local School control under threat of loss of funding. Why the kids blood type? Recall our earlier story TSA to start collecting our DNA at points of entry Arnie Duncan wants the info to include such things as hair color, eye color, gestational age at birth (whether a child was premature or not), blood type, blood test results, birth marks, and even bus stop arrival time.

From  Pajamas Media

Among other creepy things. Duncan’s DoE appears to be doling out federal funds intending to push aside state and local school boards, establish federal curricula, and gather all sorts of personal data.

Forty-one states — plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands — have signed on to a set of standards that makes local school boards all but superfluous. State boards of education become redundant as well if curricula are decided at a national level rather than at a state level.

Local control, long a hallmark of the U.S. education system, would be lost to a “one size fits all” solution imposed by bureaucrats who cannot possibly know the needs or challenges of a local school district.

Indeed PJM has seen the data sets — and they might be accurately described as a brave new world. While not all of the information in these sets is mandatory at this time, the level of detail being asked for is unsettling.

The sets include such things as hair color, eye color, gestational age at birth (whether a child was premature or not), blood type, blood test results, birth marks, and even bus stop arrival time.

These datasets are from the National Education Data Model. From its website:

NEDM is the single, comprehensive model of education data and is prerequisite to establishing automated and comparable systems.

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and the Department of Education — already ensnared by allegations of insider trading — appear to be maneuvering for greater federal influence over state education boards. The vehicle: a supposedly state-led effort titled “Common Core Curriculum.” Says Gretchen Logue, co-editor of missourieducationwatchdog.com:

Arne Duncan ran the Race to the Top competition, but only a few states got money from that. … They had all this money left over and they told the states if they wanted it they had to sign on to Common Core standards. Most states signed on.

CCC itself is only a vehicle to put in place a database of student data, which Logue says would be shared across several federal departments including Education, Commerce, and Labor. Parts of thisdatabase already exist and are used by local school districts to send data to their state boards of education, which compile the data and pass it on to the federal government. Says Logue:

It was a way for school districts to get information to the states and the states would then compile it and send it on to the federal government. … It was fairly innocuous.

Ms Bubbles nabbed by Feds – Failed to report drawstrings on jackets

One can only wonder how any of us survived our childhood. I recall taking my lunch in a brown paper bag to School. Mayo and all. In wax paper. No refrigeration.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced today that Ms. Bubbles Inc., of Los Angeles, Calif., has agreed to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $40,000.clearpxl

The penalty agreement settles staff allegations that the firm knowingly failed to report to the CPSC immediately, as required by federal law, that its children’s hooded jackets were sold with drawstrings through the hood.

Federal law requires manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to report to CPSC immediately (within 24 hours) after obtaining information reasonably supporting the conclusion that a product contains a defect which could create a substantial product hazard, creates an unreasonable risk of serious injury or death, or violates any consumer product safety rule, or any other rule, regulation, standard, or ban enforced by the CPSC.

In agreeing to settle the matter, Ms. Bubbles Inc. denies CPSC’s allegations that it knowingly violated the law.

Read more: All Headline News

%d bloggers like this: