Tuesday, February 17, 2009

The Purpose Of The Education System In The US

2 comments:

NW said...

Sensitivity training...yes, yes, been there, done that. However, I endured this type of training (just as Charlotte Iserbyt explained plus more) as a landlord over some student dorms at the campus where I attended. Poverty, social injustice, racism, sexism, etc, etc, were all favorite topics of lecture - none of which were influenced by a biblical understanding of these things. Rather, all of these things were dealt with on the basis of "attaining neutrality", the idea that, "I'm okay, you're okay." However, as soon as the training required the landlords to not only tolerate homosexuals but openly embrace them, support them, encourage them, and (here is a hot word...) be an ADVOCATE for them, I was personally invited by my supervisor to leave my job because I explained (as cordially but boldly as possible) that it would be against my conscience to proport such a thing. I could not do that.

And still, they think that they were being "nuetral". Neutrality does not exist. They were upholding and enforcing a particular worldview just as much as I was.

Nick Jesch said...

Wow, this lady is DANGEROUS!!! Yes, I've read recently about how the principles and techniques, mostly developed at the Essalen Insititute in California (where else....) of group manipulation based on inclusion/false values, emotional plays, shame, etc, are used in manipulation of civic and government groupings. I'm sure much of this sort of thing finds its roots in Scientology as well, as the methods and goals are quite similar. But for this woman to clearly spell out how everyone in education learns these things, and how to implement them, with their "new world disorder" goals in view is downright frightening, in one sense. But, when I recall those Hebrew boys in Babylon's courts and how they resisted similar tactics by the Word of God, it gives me hope that we who are training our families according to THIS standard are doing right, and it is in the hands of such people the future of our culture lies. Anything less will further the corruption and rapid decline toward failure and chaos we seem to be on now. I've not heard of this woman before, but I do believe her book should be good. I also recall reading that the powers in the communist system declared, back in the early 1950's, that they really had no need of military confrontation with the West, as they would take us down from within through idealogical change. The Soviet Union, as such, no longer exists, but adherents of the idealogical basis of that system are very much alive, and in power. They do not yet understand just WHO is sovereign......