August 25, 2014 at 6:45 pm #23256
i agree with you 100% freedom once something happens YOU WILL NOT FIND IT protect your self now, and it doesn’t matter what virus it is there will be a few people immune to it
i like the link red!
and i hear that Iraq is getting ready to fire at India, then Russia invading people? people are getting frustrated with others it seems are be on a blink of another world war?
Survivors aren't always the strongest,sometimes they're the smartest, but more often than not they are simply the luckiest.August 25, 2014 at 7:13 pm #23257
Don’t forget to buy bleach and a garden sprayer.August 25, 2014 at 7:31 pm #23259
I think we are in the middle of a HUGE world changing event. Our education system…….
We have teachers that preach peace, love, and socialism while wearing Che shirts and voting for the same political party that was for slavery, was against equal rights, and has used political maneuvers to enslave millions through enlisting them into the FSA (Free **** Army). They are rewriting history to favor the liberal agenda, are for opening our borders to anyone and everyone no matter what, and try to get our kids to believe that the government doesn’t really TAKE money out of their checks to give to thers, but instead GIVE money from their checks to “help” others. They aren’t TAKING, but instead GIVING.
The “taking” and “giving” are no joke. I actually had my daughter and her friends try to convince me that there was a difference….. It was what their teacher taught them, of course.
This is where our world will change. Our kids are being misinformed, not taught anything to enable them to think on their own, and are actually becoming a “zombie horde.” These are some examples of what my kids have had to endure in our current school system. All 3 of mine graduated in the last 3 years so this is current information. I have put what the schools are telling them in bold:
Conservation groups are good and all taxes gathered protect our wildlife. Guns and hunting does not contribute. The truth: Pittman/Robertson and hunting licenses provide the bulk of those funds. Some is routed through the General Fund, but that money is from access fees and the sort. The P/R Act alone contributed $522,552,011 in 2013.
One teacher told my kids that the only reason they don’t see many “Indians” (not Native Americans) around is that they are all drunk on reservations. She said that they should just drive through a reservation to see one if they wanted to.
They teach that the only reason that there was a US Civil War was because of slavery. The reality: There were many factors. If you don’t believe me, take a look at the Library of Congress’s archives of speeches on both the House and Senate floors, the petition to England’s Parliment in 1860 for assistance with unfair taxation and tarriffs, and even a good part of David Potter’s book help explain many of the other factors. Instead of talking about all of it so we don’t repeat history in any form or fashion, it is easier to just blame one thing.
They don’t teach ANY science. None…. My kids took 4 years of science and spent the entire time learning that big corporations and cars are causing “Global Warming.” My son was kicked out of class when he questioned the research they were using to substantiate “Global Warming.”
My “other daughter” grew up in Texas and actually has to use her fingers to add or subtract. She also must use a calculator to even do minor multiplication/division.
None of my kids even know the difference between a noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, article, or (let alone) a preposition. It was never explained or taught to them.
They do know all about how 1 out of every 100,000 people have a predisposed gene that makes them homosexual. Of course I then asked, “If this is the case, then most homosexuals are gay out of choice then?” They were horrified. I explained further, “If there are about 340 million people in the US, then only 3400 people have a medical excuse for being gay according to those statistics.” My daughter brought that up in class the next day and I was called into the admin office because she was “gay bashing.” They are taught not to question or think, but to obey.
This is what is going to lead (imo) to our next major decline of civilization.
http://ageofdecadence.comAugust 25, 2014 at 7:47 pm #23260
Fix it!August 25, 2014 at 7:58 pm #23261
good idea on the bleach 74 and where did you get that info from?!!!
and exactly what 74 said we need to fix it.
its pathetic that we are letting society come to this.
Survivors aren't always the strongest,sometimes they're the smartest, but more often than not they are simply the luckiest.August 25, 2014 at 10:03 pm #23273
Painremedy, bleach kills everything because it breaks down the the cell walls. They used chlorine to destroy anthrax in buildings not long ago. It is not my idea it is published all over the place.August 25, 2014 at 10:06 pm #23275
This train of thought begs the question: to what end? What would be the benefit of wiping out such a huge tract of the population? What would be the gain? Control of a nation without farmers, toilet cleaners, street sweepers, garbage collectors, etc? Is that the world the elite would want to live in?
I know it’s satirical, but every time I hear/read this line of thought, I think about a Douglas Adams’ book (can’t remember which one), a subplot of which was the people of a doomed planet built a spaceship to ferry off the people who “mattered”, the politicians, the philosophers, the artists, the scientists…and they all died from a virulent ear infection because there was no one to clean the handsets on the telephones. (Whirlibird has informed me this was in The Restaurant at the End of the Universe)
.August 26, 2014 at 12:03 am #23292
74, if I understand your comment correctly, then yes starting a biowar with an engineeered-to-be-more-communicable ebola would have to start in Africa if it is to look like a naturally occurring pandemic, being that’s where ebola naturally occurs. Additionally if China is behind it at all, depopulating Africa serves their purposes because they want the land.August 26, 2014 at 12:58 am #23298
Africa has some valuable resources diamonds, gold, oil, uranium, and silver to name just a few.
not only that but much of its natural resources remain undiscovered or barley harnessed.August 26, 2014 at 1:41 am #23301
Many are interested in Africa, not just the Chinese. But I think this is bigger than just Africa. The Ebola virus going airborne will go to every country.August 26, 2014 at 2:14 am #23305
sledjockey, no offense to your kids but heaven help us all if that’s what’s coming out of high schools, My Dad was kicked out of school in 8th grade (and went into the military….WWII) and my Mom left school in 10th grade. Both were fully literate and could write proper sentences, spell, and do math in their head. That’s the way it was back in the 40’s. We pulled our kids from the public schools after 6th grade because I was so disgusted after reading the Principal’s Annual Report for the Middle/High School in town. It included all the scores for all the games the sports teams played but did not have a list of who made it into the National Honor Society or which colleges the kids went to from the prior graduating class. It was clear what his priorities were. Where we sent the kids sports were mandatory but there was never any confusion over academics being the absolute top priority. Bad behavior got you booted out and 100% of the kids went on to 4 year colleges. The elite who decide that Common Core is required, that mandate that problem kids remain in the classroom, that kids that don’t speak English are dumped on the public schools,and so on send their kids to private schools like my kids went to. The children of the US and World elite don’t go to public schools. Their standards for their kids are very different than the standards they force upon everyone else. New England is chock full of boarding schools full of these kids. These days the price tags are typically in the mid $30’s for day students and $50K+ for Boarders, and they have no problem filling all of their openings.
Sorry for the thread drift, but I felt this speaks in part to the elite truly seeing themselves above and apart from everyone else.August 26, 2014 at 12:25 pm #23323
MountainBiker, Agree 100% with your post, my two kids go to private school, I had to pay a lot and it has been hard, no going out to dinners or travel but it has paid off.August 26, 2014 at 12:31 pm #23325
I spent every evening reteaching my kids the lessons taught in school with factual information and instilled the concept of information analysis with an open mind, it worked!August 26, 2014 at 1:34 pm #23339
As MountainBiker said, this is a little off topic drifting, but I think we can stand that because it’s an interesting drift: the substandard education that is commonly taught in public schools [and private schools, often] suggests to me that there is a lot to be said for Home Schooling. If home schooling isn’t possible for whatever reasons, then 74’s idea is a good one: spend time re-educating the children to minimise the damaging programming being dispensed in the schools.
If anyone wants to create a new thread about education, feel free.
Bugs Bunny: "I speak softly, but I carry a big stick."
Yosemite Sam: "Oh yeah? Well I speak LOUD! and I carry a BIGGER stick! and I use it, too!" BAM!August 26, 2014 at 2:01 pm #23345
The OP’s question was about our perspectives on the next major world changing event. In my opinion, we are witnessing the educational system getting ripped apart and watered down to become little more than a social experiment. I am sorry if that was considered off topic, but I really do feel that we are in the beginning stages of a global crisis that will only end badly for countries like the US.
Not everyone can afford private schools and even those are not the quality that they used to be. I have found that many of the graduates of private schools I have run into in the last few years were unable to finish a task without very high amounts of guidance. They could not move from one step to another. If I was not right on top of their work, they would stop at the last milestone and await direction. They also had an education that would drill down into certain topics, but would completely ignore other topics. For example, one guy knew all about Shakespeare but had no clue about sentence structure. He was functionally illiterate and had graduated from some highly rated school in NYC, but he knew all about “diversity” and the gay/lesbian movement. Unless that school made a dramatic turn around since he graduated 4-5 years ago, those being churned out of these places could potentially be educationally crippled for life.
As for “fix it,” I have been working with my children. I am not going to go door to door to “fix” other kids. Besides that, I can’t “fix” organizations like the NEA.
Like Sgt. Stryker (John Wayne) said, “Life is tough, but it’s tougher if you’re stupid.” That, unfortunately, means that it will be harder on those of us with common sense and a drive to “fix” what they can, where they can.
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