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    School's Purpose Is Indoctrination




    'The near sole purpose of present-day academia is indoctrination. This is a fairly bold thesis, but the evidence is in its favour.




    The increasingly progressive leftist agenda is sweeping through academia and conservatives are passively watching it happen.


    The main indoctrination stories you hear are those of radical professors on college campuses, outlandish majors created to forward social justice movements, and, on occasion, a political outburst by a high school teacher.


    Indoctrination is no longer dependent upon the political beliefs of teachers. We are now past that.


    Although these issues need addressing, by far the biggest – and the one that should scare everyone the most – is the silent indoctrination.


    Indoctrination is no longer dependent upon the political beliefs of teachers. We are now past that. Course material is blatant political propaganda. Not just the course material for gender studies and similar. The core curricula of grade school through college.


    Sciences, economics, literature – any core course you can think of, is politically influenced.

    The only course that may still be an exception is mathematics. Unless you account for the left-wing system of common core – which is a complete disaster. If you don’t believe this, sit through a grade school math class or open up your child’s text book. Disaster.


    Common core is another battle, and actually a far less important one. The indoctrination of students is not just concerning regarding the influence on their political views, but the development of their morals and core beliefs.


    The conservative response to indoctrination has been groups such as Turning Point USA (TPUSA), Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), and College Republicans. These are all near exclusive to college campuses and college students.


    In a recent article, David Kurten discusses the movement in the UK to impose mandatory inclusion of LGBT course materials for five-year-olds. Some individuals are even pushing for this mandate be extended to three and four-year olds. With the imposition of leftist ideology on essentially toddlers, college is much too late for conservative intervention.'


    School's Purpose Is Indoctrination 17 Jun 2019.


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    “It isn’t a coincidence that governments everywhere want to educate children. Government education, in turn is supposed to be evidence of the state’s goodness and its concern for our well-being. The real explanation is less flattering. If the government’s propaganda can take root as children grow up, those kids will be no threat to the state apparatus. They’ll fasten the chains to their own ankles.” ~Lew Rockwell

    In time the bull is brought to wear the yoke. Ovid, Tristia, 4. 6. 1. Translation by Thomas Watson. Hecatompathia. No. 47.

    Education is expensive. Ignorance is very expensive.

    WHAT DOES SCHOOL REALLY TEACH CHILDREN?

    1. TRUTH COMES FROM AUTHORITY.
    2. INTELLIGENCE IS THE ABILITY TO REMBER AND REPEAT.
    3. ACCURATE MEMORY AND REPETION ARE REWARDED.
    4. NON COMPLIANCE IS PUNISHED.
    5. CONFORM INTELLECTUALLY AND SOCIALLY.


    “Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing, the rest is mere sheep-herding.”----Ezra Pound.

    Education today is mostly corruption and seduction.--Eustace Mullins.

    “The public school system: ‘Usually a twelve year sentence of mind control. Crushing creativity, smashing individualism, encouraging collectivism and compromise, destroying the exercise of intellectual inquiry, twisting it instead into meek subservience to authority.’”----Walter Karp

    The young are the future but the old have all the wisdom.

    "The ruling class has the schools and press under its thumb. This enables it to sway the emotions of the masses." Jewish Albert Einstein.

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    School's Purpose Is Indoctrination
    I came to this conclusion a good couple of decades ago.

    It's not just for the pupils either; the indoctrination is aimed at everyone in the staff room as well!

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    The ideas of teachers as authority and learning/knowledge as repetition have been severely criticized for half a century now, at least since the positivism of 1960s didactics didn't turn out to be solving all educational problems after all.

    This anti-authority attitude was well-meaning of course--they wanted education to be less "robotic"--but the flip side is evident: pupils without respect for their teachers (in secondary school even leading to increased physical attacks on the latter) and teachers with a lax attitude to guidance.

    Repetition may seem a soulless habit, but it seems more and more educators are seeing the downside of "open-minded" teaching. Sure we want people to think for themselves and all that, and repeating, say, the dates of historic battles is dull, but how do you actually think for yourself about e.g. history if you don't know the basic facts first?

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    Law allowing parents to withdraw children from RE education should be overturned New study of headteachers finds


    A law allowing parents to withdraw their children from religious education should be overturned, headteachers from across England have argued in a new large study.


    School officials, as well as heads of RE, think instances when parents selectively removed their children from classes in protest at the teaching of Islam underlines why the law should be axed.

    The research, carried out by Liverpool Hope University and published in the British Journal of Religious Education (RE) today, found that 41% of school leaders interviewed had received requests for students to be withdrawn from teaching about one religion.

    By far the largest number of these requests related to teaching about Islam. As one participant stated: "students that have been removed are the ones that need to understand different cultures the most".

    Earlier this year members of a local education body in Essex blamed "integration issues" on a rise in such withdrawals.

    The study's authors Dr Cathal O'Siochru and Dr David Lundie have compiled the first hard data on the process of parents taking their children out of RE classes in this country. They found that 71% of the 450 headteachers and heads of RE surveyed think the withdrawal element of the 1944 Education Act is "no longer required".

    The right was included in the 75-year-old law to protect the rights of conscience of religious minorities from being forced to receive Christian religious instruction.

    The research also found considerable legal confusion over the law, with 27% of participants incorrectly believing that parents who withdraw their children from RE need to provide the children with an alternative syllabus to follow.

    Others incorrectly thought parents could withdraw their children from other National Curriculum subjects on religious grounds, or that agreeing to such a withdrawal was at the school's discretion.

    Dr Lundie, who is also Director of the Centre for Education and Policy Analysis at Liverpool Hope University, said: "The current settlement, involving the parental right of withdrawal from RE but no other aspect of the curriculum on grounds of conscience, raises important questions about the wider contribution of RE to the life of the school.

    "RE is bound up with the fundamental British values of mutual respect and tolerance for those of different faiths, so that it is hard to see how a school could support such a right without impacting on this wider duty of the school to prepare children for life in modern Britain."



    Law allowing parents to withdraw children from RE...29 Jun 2019.

    “the fundamental British values of mutual respect and tolerance for those of different faiths”

    Our people are forced by ‘Fake Leaders’ to accept alien mohammedan invaders, learn about their culture and religion. They won’t be doing likewise and there will be no fuss about it or mention of it .

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    When my lad was at school I made it quite clear to his teachers that he would not be going to visit any mosques!!!

    I also told him to let me know if they did any Islam BS in the lessons because I'd have him withdrawn from the class. I only found out a fortnight ago that they did a 6-week course but he didn't tell me at the time

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    R.E. / Religious Education is Disappearing From UK Schools



    RE Today is committed to the teaching of the major world faiths.


    It is no surprise that significant numbers of schools are breaking the law by not offering Religious Education (RE). When Michael Gove omitted to include it in the English Baccalaureate (ebacc), he was sending a message to schools that it was a second-class subject, giving them the green light to squeeze it out.

    However, the news that 26% of secondary schools are not providing RE lessons is deeply startling. Yes, there are curriculum pressures, but those headteachers who are marginalising the subject are failing their pupils and should be ashamed.


    As a Religious Education teacher, here’s why the subject ...





    A Q A Subjects Religious Studies GCSE

    Assessments

    Component 1: The study of religions:

    beliefs, teachings and practices
    What's assessed
    Beliefs, teachings and practices of two from:

    • Buddhism
    • Christianity
    • Catholic Christianity
    • Hinduism
    • Islam
    • Judaism
    • Sikhism.

    Christianity and Catholic Christianity is a prohibited combination.
    How it's assessed


    • Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes
    • 96 marks, plus 6 marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG)
    • 50% of GCSE
    Questions

    Each religion has a common structure of two five-part questions of 1, 2, 4, 5 and 12 marks.
    Each religion is marked out of 48.

    Component 2: Thematic studies
    What's assessed

    Either four religious, philosophical and ethical studies themes or two religious, philosophical and ethical studies themes and two textual studies themes.
    Religious, philosophical and ethical studies themes:

    • Theme A: Relationships and families.
    • Theme B: Religion and life.
    • Theme C: The existence of God and revelation.
    • Theme D: Religion, peace and conflict.
    • Theme E: Religion, crime and punishment.
    • Theme F: Religion, human rights and social justice.

    Textual studies themes:

    • Theme G: St Mark's Gospel – the life of Jesus.
    • Theme H: St Mark's Gospel as a source of religious, moral and spiritual truths.
    How it's assessed


    • Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes
    • 96 marks, plus 3 marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG)
    • 50% of GCSE
    Questions

    Each theme has a common structure of one five-part question of 1, 2, 4, 5 and 12 marks.
    Each theme is marked out of 24.

    There are two routes through this specification. Students should enter the qualification either including or excluding Textual studies.

    In the Textual studies route, students must answer questions on either Christianity or Catholic Christianity, plus one religion from the other five specified religions in Component 1B and two from six religious, philosophical and ethical studies themes, plus both textual studies themes in Component 2B.

    In the non-Textual studies route, students must answer questions on two specified religions in Component 1A (Christianity and Catholic Christianity are prohibited combinations) and four from six religious, philosophical and ethical studies themes in Component 2A.

    Themes A–F are examined in Component 2A, Themes A–H are examined in Component 2B.



    AQA Specification at a glance



    The whole School curriculum has become politicized. Geography is heavily politicized. History and Religion are no longer popular. It's all a lot to do with mass migration and the MSM sell of liberal cultural marxism. The only thing about our culture that appeals to the muslims and blecks is the 'free money'.

    I have long thought that instead of studying Judaism / Christianity it would be more worthwhile that this subject / time curriculum covered:

    Race who are we, should we have the right of preservation,

    Pre-christianity

    Rights: to shelter, property, food, job, ownership, respect, representation of your view

    Life what will it be like at 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, etc,

    Work

    Government council, assembly, parliament

    Corruption and graft

    Politics – nationalism, internationalism, globalism, banking

    Should the wishes of the people be respected or manipulated. Freedom of thought and speech, political correctness, multiculturalism, etc.

    Law, police, court, prison, army /military

    MSM, propaganda, social engineering, advertising

    Money, banks, central banks,

    Alcohol

    Drugs

    Sickness

    Where you live / country, town, city

    UK, EU, UN, NATO

    Plus others

    Call the subject Civics, Life / Welfare, Pastoral Care, whatever can be agreed.




    I know the reply, these topics are covered in the R E curriculum but they will be barely mentioned with only a 'universalist' slant.



    Like it or not, its a post Christian world and the desert mythology is boring. The floor must not be given to the ‘loony left’ or the mad inbred, fanatical muzzies.

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    Indoctrination and brainwashing in public schools is why home schooling is so popular in the States.
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    In my days, in the forties and fifties, religion was not taught by any teachers.
    There was 1 hour of religion per week and was taught by a priest from the Catholic church for Catholic children and a pastor from the Protestant church for the Protestant children. Parents had a choice to abstain from those teachings.

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    Indoctrination and brainwashing in public schools is why home schooling is so popular in the States.
    Given the amount that kids actually learn in UK schools these days you might just as well teach them at home, assuming that you have the required skills (and time!) to do so.

    I think for many parents, schools are just becoming convenient drop-off places where they can leave children during the day while they're out at work. I suppose it keeps them off the streets, if nothing else.

    Academic standards are in free-fall though and this is due in no small measure to the immigrant invasion with its levelling-down effect. Who could have foreseen that, eh?

    Until recently I had some old school-leaving ('O' Level) German exam papers from 2004, 1974 & 1938 and they get progressively more difficult the further you go back. I'm still not sure I could do that 1938 one, even today!

    It's most probably the same right across the curriculum. Amazing how much you can learn when you remove the politics and all the subjective, 'opinion-based' cr*p from subjects and just stick to the hard facts!

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    Schoolgirls Asked to Don Islamic Headscarf For ‘Hijab Day’ in November

    Non-Muslim schoolgirls in Lincolnshire, England, are being asked to don the Islamic hijab headscarf for a day in November.




    Ghada Mohamed of the Lincoln Muslim Sisters Forum is organising the event, which she hopes will be taken up by high schools all around the country, to increase non-Muslim girls “knowledge” of the religious garments and decrease alleged incidents of abuse against hijabi girls.


    The BBC reported that one Muslim girl told them that “the hijab was part of her identity, but wearing it sometimes made her feel like she was not part of the community”, and that she supported Mrs Mohamamed’s initiative.


    The idea that Muslim girls might try not wearing the hijab to feel more like “part of the community” was not raised in the BBC report, although it was broached on social media by talkRadio host Julia Hartley-Brewer.


    “‘Lincolnshire non-Muslim girls asked to wear hijab for a day’ — or how about the Muslim girls try NOT wearing a hijab for a day and see how nice life is in a free society where women are equal with men and don’t need to cover themselves to get respect?” she tweeted.


    Islamic headscarves have previously been promoted by the British government itself, with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office organising a walk-in event for World Hijab Day — which already exists, separately from Mrs Mohamed’s planned day — for staff in 2018, providing them with free headscarves and inviting them to wear them.


    “Would you like to try on a Hijab or learn why Muslim women wear the headscarf? Come along to our walk-in event. Free scarfs [sic] for all those that choose to wear it for the day or part of the day,” read an internal email promoting the event.


    “Muslim women, along with followers of many other religions, choose to wear the Hijab. Many find liberation, respect and security through wearing it. #StrongInHijab”


    Women have less choice in the matter in many Muslim-majority countries, such as the Islamic Republic of Iran, where three women were recently sentenced to 16 years’ imprisonment each by the Islamic Revolutionary Court for “disrespecting compulsory hijab”.



    It's all getting increasingly ghastly. They should adapt to OUR ways, not vice versa. And would they, even for a split second? Can you imagine an attempt to put a load of Islamic girls into eighteenth century milk maidens' outfits? There'd be uproar - possibly a bombing. No, no, no - it's high time we chucked our Marxist masters out of power for good.


    Rather than them adapting to our ways, deport all of them and make isslaam illegal. Why are they here in the first place?





    SCHOOLGIRLS ASKED TO DON ISLAMIC HEADSCARF FOR ‘HIJAB DAY’ IN NOVEMBER

    06 Aug 2019.



    What next? The goat.
    The evidence is overwhelming thatour Marxist masters” really are our enemy.

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