Conspiracy Talk Archive May 03 2012

 

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03 May 2012 11:30:25
"When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes... Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain."
- Napoleon Bonaparte, 1815
This is the truest statement I have found by one of the most famous men in History. My daughter is at highschool and did a lot (of rubbish) of learning about Napoleon. Its funny how she had never heard of this statement. I honestly think the Elite have their rule over curriculum, with this in mind, the next generation cant be blamed for being sheep although its obvious they are being lied to about society what do others think ?

Matt_RFC

"I sincerely believe that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies, and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity under the name of funding is but swindling futurity on a large scale."
- Thomas Jefferson

I have to agree with you, I have seen in america, in the past 20 years, the "dumbing down" of curriculum. They no longer teach civics or economics in school. They continue to teach abstinence as the only form of birth control, mean while teen pregnancy runs rampant in this country. They are turning the youth of today into sheep, to be lead to the slaughter.

an american red


Not just american dumbing down uk just as bad,my question is why if its a world policy by the elite to dumb down the nations ,why is Asian nations iq in general getting higher? .
frankyscouse


Franky, there is a big difference in my opinion in intelligence and knowledge and they are often confused. A kid at private school for instance who listens and takes in a lot of what the curriculum portray as knowledge, would appear to a lot of people as smart or clever, when in fact they just have a lot of knowledge. Thats why how clever someone is is better measured by something like an aptitude test, not what dates in history they know, or how well they can explain fractional researve banking or high frequency trading. I think its more of a hereditary thing, I know some very thick people who've had kids and its usually certain that the kids are in the bottom set at school.

Matt_RFC


Frankyscouse- Because an IQ test is a test designed to see if you can perform a series of clearly defined tasks that do not require people to 'think outside the box'. As a result, our education system is a factory- producing worker bees of differing standards who fulfil their role in capitalist society but who are never taught to question the status quo. Asian students in general simply work harder and in a rote manner that equips them well for tests/ exams.


Cheers guys for your response, its weird because when i was at school i never ever took a exam before i left, i hated school apart from sports but the things i was taught school never seemed relevant, so today more so i would be classed as a daydreamer/dumb, but i feel a lot more in tune with many things than guys who are classed as intelligent, i agree with you guys that schools never teach you to think outside the box, maybe thats why it never interested me.
frankyscouse. ps i had to use spellchecker lol


I agree, I learned more about history from my grandparents, well it was their version of history anyway, in other words it was what the newspapers or the wireless told them about the wars at the time.

Matt_RFC


Deffo matt i found out more from my uncles speaking about my granddads experiences in ww2, its not glossed over with patriotic bs, its from the heart,the same thing about my mates uncle who was in the Falklands who was in the same regiment as captain h jones who got a medal for storming at a Argentina post ,i wont mention what my mates uncle says about hes captain but it is not complimentary.
frankyscouse