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Many of the nwo's goals are noble, it is their methods that myself and others take issue with.

Universal education is a prime example. It could be one of the greatest things that has ever happened to humanity. Imagine if everyone inclined received the quality of education that one receives in a private or home school. Imagine the sheer number of innovators such a system could produce.

Instead it is being used to create useful workers, otherwise known as consumers, for the benefit of a relative few. Consumers are absolutely necessary for our current system. Big business cannot survive without a constant supply of customers to buy the products it creates in massive bulk. It is crazy how educational standards have collapsed in 100 years.

I do not support the nwo because it is not interested in enlightening humanity. Instead, the nwo's focus is on curving populations, business, non governmental organizations, and government to serve a relative few.
I agree with you on this.
All good points.
My number one concern, luckily i have a couple of years to find out where ny daughters shall attend school, sadly i wont be able to homescool, that would be my first choise.
I think homeschooling is illegal in Sweden.
(07-09-2013 07:11 AM)GMB13 Wrote: [ -> ]Many of the nwo's goals are noble, it is their methods that myself and others take issue with.

Universal education is a prime example. It could be one of the greatest things that has ever happened to humanity. Imagine if everyone inclined received the quality of education that one receives in a private or home school. A high level college education could be Imagine the sheer number of innovators such a system could produce.

Instead it is being used to create useful workers, otherwise known as consumers, for the benefit of a relative few. Consumers are absolutely necessary for our current system. Big business cannot survive without a constant supply of customers to buy the products it creates in massive bulk. It is crazy how educational standards have collapsed in 100 years.

I do not support the nwo because it is not interested in enlightening humanity. Instead, the nwo's focus is on curving populations, business, non governmental organizations, and government to serve a relative few.

I'm kind of in the same boat. It's not necessarily the 'goal' or 'ideals' that I take exception with but, rather, the misguided implementation. In theory, many of the ideals appear noble. But in reality, they are hazardous to human liberty, freedom, and happiness.

I believe in a more organic approach to the individual and society rather an idealistic(synthetic) one. Idealistic approaches always transform themselves into the very problems they were originally intended to alleviate.
Most things idealistic are doomed to fail before they even begin.
Freedoms began to increase drastically in the late 1700's, and continued to do so into the early 1900's in parts of the West. Many people have attributed the increase of freedoms to political policies of the countries in question. That is of course part of the truth, but not all of it.

In times when specialist weapons are king, there is generally less freedom to be had by the masses. On the contrary, when infantry armed with relatively cheap and easy to use weapons are the premier military unit, it is much more likely for the masses to have greater freedoms. Such was the case in the late 1700's to early 1900's time frame. Infantry armed with muskets and rifles were the premier military unit in that time frame. More powerful weapons were available, but an infantry determined the strength of your army.

Specialist weapons are so expensive and require so much training to use, that only a select few have access to them. In times where specialist weapons are the premier military unit, the relative few can force subservience on the many. Low and behold, the few have done exactly that most of the time. It seems very clear that drones and missiles are specialist weapons. For rulers who believe themselves to be illuminated or enlightened, the nwo proves themselves exceedingly ordinary to so easily fall under the spell of power.

From Carroll Quigley's "Tragedy and Hope"
Quote:"The Military Level in Western Civilization On the military level in Western Civilization in the twentieth century the chief development has been a steady increase in the complexity and the cost of weapons. When weapons are cheap to get and so easy to use that almost anyone can use them after a short period of training, armies are generally made up of large masses of amateur soldiers. Such weapons we call "amateur weapons," and such armies we might call "mass armies of citizen-soldiers." The Age of Pericles in Classical Greece and the nineteenth century in Western Civilization were periods of amateur weapon s and citizen-soldiers. But the nineteenth century was preceded (as was the Age of Pericles also) by a period in which weapons were expensive and required long training in their use. Such weapons we call "specialist" weapons. Periods of specialist weapons are generally periods of small armies of professional soldiers (usually mercenaries). In a period of specialist weapons the minority who have such weapons can usually force the majority who lack them to obey; thus a period of specialist weapons tends to give rise to a period of minority rule and authoritarian government. But a period of amateur weapons is a period in which all men are roughly equal in military power, a majority can compel a minority to yield, and majority rule or even democratic government tends to rise. The medieval period in which the best weapon was usually a mounted knight on horseback (clearly a specialist weapon) was a period of minority rule and authoritarian government. Even when the medieval knight was made obsolete (along with his stone castle) by the invention of gunpowder and the appearance of firearms, these new weapons were so expensive and so difficult to use (until 1800) that minority rule and authoritarian government continued even though that government sought to enforce its rule by shifting from mounted knights to professional pike-men and musketeers. But after 1800, guns became cheaper to obtain and easier to use. By 1840 a Colt revolver sold for $27 and a Springfield musket for not much more, and these were about as good weapons as anyone could get at that time. Thus, mass armies of citizens, equipped with these cheap and easily used weapons, began to replace armies of professional soldiers, beginning about 1800 in Europe and even earlier in America. At the same time, democratic government began to replace authoritarian governments (but chiefly in those are as where the cheap new weapons were available and local standards of living were high enough to allow people to obtain them)."
I think free market principles could work for education.

I don't think there should be a universal standard curriculum. That would be quite dangerous even if the universal curriculum was high quality.

Universal Public Education in the US has just led to covert marxism being taught in the schools.
Ideally, the mother (or father) would be able to stay home and educate their children with a curriculum of their choosing. Most people do not have that option.

Educations are already somewhat universal in most countries. Most people don't have another option for their children. This is a place for focus imo.
Home schooling is good now because public schools suck so bad.

But the main disadvantage of home schooling is how the kids don't have as much opportunity to socialize with other children. they are too sheltered.

I am a big believer in separating the sexes when it comes to education. esp. from K-12. this makes perfect sense. Males with raging hormones cannot concentrate if they see a hot girl in the classroom. it is a distraction.

In college you bring the sexes together so they can experiment and date.

The catholics once again have the right idea.
There is no reason for home schooled children to lack socialization in most cases. Plenty of local libraries in rural Vermont have events and classes for home schooled children. There are plenty of extracurricular activities that you can get children into as well. I can only imagine it being easier in more populated areas.

I can definitely see the wisdom in separating kids until they get to older ages.
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I believe .. and i'm 99.9999% sure about this that it could be scientifically proven (assuming they have brain reading tech) that men will be highly distracted with the presence of women in the classroom.. esp. at a young age.

Instead of looking at the teacher you will be looking at hot sally across from the room.

Most male fights break out over females or impressing female students as well.

Separation of the sexes is true wisdom.. but only up until a certain age. I would say mandatory from K-8.

they would never do this because the presence of females in the classroom has a default feminizing effect on the men.
Alongside woman becoming more masculine.
Yeah. You can tell that Catholic objectives are totally anti-NWO.

it's so obvious from their actions and words.
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