One thing have I desired of the LORD, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life (Psalm 27:4)                 Bayith Ministries

Bayith Home  |  Political Cultural and Social Issues  |  Political Correctness: Index of Topics

Political Correctness
Cultural Marxism's "Long March Through The Institutions" of Western Civilisation

"I saw the revolutionary destruction of Society as the one and only solution.
A worldwide overturning of values cannot take place without the annihilation of the old values
and the creation of new ones by the revolutionaries"

[George Lukacs, The Frankfurt School]

"We will make the West so corrupt that it stinks"
[Willi Munzenberg, The Frankfurt School]

The Frankfurt School recommended:
"the teaching of sex and homosexuality to children" and "the undermining of schools' and teachers' authority"
To further their aims, they would:  "abolish differences in the education of boys and girls"

Education and Academia
Quotations and Comments

Social Engineering: Cultural Marxism, Frankfurt School, Fabian Socialism, Leftism, Liberalism, Progressivism   |   The State as Parent

Egalitarianism   |   NEA   |   GTC   |   NUT   |   Teachers' Training Colleges   |   Universities, Snowflakes, Safe Spaces, Trigger Warnings, etc

English   |   History and Revisionism   |   Geography   |   Sex Education   |   MultiCulturalism, E&D, Racism

Kings College London, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, July 2017   |   Environmentalism

Critical Thinking   |   Homeschooling   |   Specific Cases, Examples, Issues   |   The Frankfurt School

See Also:
Education: Articles   |   Education: Quotes and Comments   |   The State as Parent: State Schools and Teachers



Social Engineering: Cultural Marxism / Frankfurt School / Leftism, et al

"You can't make Socialists out of individualists - children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming, where everyone is interdependent" [John Dewey, Fabian Socialist founder of public education in America, quoted in Gena Suarez, What About Public School?].

"[M]oney went to promote John Dewey, Marxism, a One-World-Government agenda, and Socialism. The foundations (principally the Rockefeller and Carnegie) stimulated two-thirds of the total endowment funding of all institutions of higher learning in America during the first third of [the] 20th century"

"Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted. Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever"
[Vladimir Lenin, quoted at: source].

"Even the famous Marxist Theoretician Antonio Gramsci ... was a deep opponent of 'progressive' educational methods.  He wrote: 'the most paradoxical aspect is that this new type of school is advocated as being democratic, while in fact it is designed not merely to perpetuate social differences, but to crystallise them.'  He rightly saw that 'progressive' methods were no help to the poor"

"A small quote from the past that helps explain the Leftist dominance of education: 'When an opponent says, "I will not come over to your side," I calmly say, "Your child belongs to us already. You will pass on. Your descendents, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time, they will know nothing else but this new community.".'  Quote from Adolf Hitler, in a speech on 6th November 1933"

"Nearly three-quarters of faculty members of U.S. colleges and universities describe themselves as liberals, and at elite schools, the proportion is 87 percent (7/05 Baptist Watchman). ... Business Week in 1981 said over 10,000 Marxist professors were teaching in U.S. colleges and universities"
[The Calvary Contender, Sept-Oct 2005].

"Under Labour, poor standards in the classroom were masked by an Ofsted inspection regime which focused on 'healthy pupil lifestyles' and the way a school 'promotes equal opportunity'. To his great credit, Michael Gove swept away this ludicrous, politically-correct system, replacing 27 indicators with just four - teaching quality, grades, leadership, and behaviour and safety. The results, revealed yesterday, are shocking - with the rule changes leading to an instant doubling in the number of 'inadequate' schools. Overall, four out of ten are now rated satisfactory or worse. What a damning indictment of the way Labour placed its obsession with social engineering before educating children"
[Comment, Daily Mail, 15 September 2012].

"Conservatives have long bemoaned liberal dominance in education from the universities on down, but we haven't done anything about it. Marxist intellectuals realized decades ago that the eventual victory of socialism would be assured if leftists dominated the educational system and used their influence to push a leftist worldview. The power of their 'long march' through the cultural institutions was that it was not necessary for students to consciously convert to socialist thinking; generation after generation would simply be gradually immersed in the assumptions and dogmas of the left"

"Indoctrinate them young and they become putty in the hands of the Fabians - but for the children's own good of course, let's not forget to accompany this social engineering exercise with the stock claim the elite use to excuse the evil they perpetrate"
[comment at source].

"Children need to be raised again with a sense of Englishness, for far too long students throughout the schooling system have been instilled with cultural Marxism. We have reached a point now where it has become second nature for young adults to repeat unthinking Left-wing ideology that has been forced upon them by Marxist teachers. Anti-Englishness, State intervention, high-taxation, antagonisms towards the successful, mass immigration, multiculturalism, preference for the Other - are now seen to be good, right things, as they have been taught these things in schools"   /   "After 30 years of politically motivated National Curriculum, I would like to see the end of any party dogma dictating how our children are brainwashed"
[comments at source].

"Britain really is two nations now - the pre-1960s patriotic, Christian moral conservative one, and the post-1960s omnisexual, multicultural liberal one. The annual Social Attitudes survey does not show people changing their minds. Very few do, as it's rather difficult. It shows that younger people have completely different views from their elders on almost every major issue of life. So at some point - and this must be the first time this has happened in history - the older generation stopped being able to pass on their values to their own children. How was this done? Who was responsible? Was it an accident? My own view is that it was deliberate and sustained. Could it now be reversed? I rather doubt it"
[Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday, 15 September 2013].

"Did the schools ever consult us on whether  we wanted our children's heads to be filled with ... politically correct bilge? After 25 years' ongoing exposure to this nonsense, I suppose I should be used to it by now. My elder son's headmaster explaining to me airily how it just wasn't the modern way to punish children for not doing their homework; my daughter coming home with the news that her primary teacher had advised her to 'go veggie' for a week; my younger boy being co-opted into some grisly global sustainability club, so that his school could win more eco-star ratings from an EU-sponsored green scheme. Such indoctrination never fails to irritate. More than that though, I am genuinely terrified about the kind of havoc these brainwashed mini-revolutionaries may wreak in the future. Already we're getting an indication of a new culture across our universities that brooks no dissent against a politically correct view of history, literature and sexuality"

"Who knows whether The Blob can ever be defeated: at present they are winning an ideological war that has been raging for years between two violently opposed camps. One side believes in discipline, uniforms, intellectual rigour, competitiveness and old-fashioned subjects like Latin - and, most importantly, freedom of expression that eschews politically correctness. The other side sees all this tradition as the enemy of a future where everyone is equal, all shall have prizes and, more cynically, everyone should embrace the glorious new order of the enlightened, progressive Left. If the latter sounds like a form of cultural Marxism, that's effectively what it is"


The State as Parent

"The philosopher John Stuart Mill ... linked his call for the compulsory schooling of children to his distrust of parental competence. He believed that state-sponsored formal education might free children from the 'uncultivated' influence of their parents. He asserted that since 'the uncultivated cannot be competent judges of cultivation', they needed the support of enlightened educators to socialise their children. This lack of confidence in parents' capacity to develop their children led many nineteenth-century reformers to view formal education as the principle institution of socialisation. In the early twentieth century, educators and child experts sought to bypass parental authority through assuming more and more responsibility for the socialisation of young people. And since the 1990s, the once-implicit questioning of the ability of parents to socialise their children has become explicit, and increasingly strident"

"Control over people requires quality and freedom to be discarded and sacrificed on behalf of compulsory indoctrination. For a state possessed by socialism, it does not matter if schoolchildren are not learning to read and write satisfactorily. What matters is to turn away children from parental sphere, authority and values in order to indoctrinate them directly into the state interests"
[Julio Severo, quoted at source].

"[Y]ou have to understand that in LibLabCon Britain, children don't belong to their parents. Children belong to the state, just like in the Soviet Union and other places east of the Vistula. The parents belong to the state too, so it's their duty to work and be tax-slaves to pay for all those vanity projects our rulers fund from that tax, and to have no time to give to their children, so that those children can be indoctrinated by the state into being the compliant little tax-slaves of the future"
[comment at source].



"My first experience of political correctness came in 1965. ... One morning during assembly at Luton Grammar School, the Headmaster coolly announced that for 'political reasons', the Grammar School was to close and was to become a Sixth Form College. As from the start of the next school year, all pupils would have to attend their local neighbourhood comprehensive. ... ever since I could remember, teachers and parents had been emphasising the importance of working hard and passing the 11+ which was the first step to getting a good education which would help you through life. ... On further investigation, I found out what the 'political reasons' were that the Headmaster had briefly alluded to. Apparently the local labour council had decided that streaming in education was 'elitist' and if a first class education was not available to all then, unfortunately all would have to settle for a second class education. This is a clear example of how PC always reduces standards"

"I ought to rejoice at the impending departure of the terrifyingly political-correctness enthusiast Dame Suzi Leather, from the Charity Commission. Her nasty chivvying of independent schools was hypocritical (she went to one, and sent her daughter to one) and destructive. However, the supposedly conservative Education Secretary Michael Gove has taken over her role as Commissar for Moronic Equality. Left-wingers all over Britain are still fawning and drooling over a speech that Mr Gove made recently in which he complained about private-school dominance of the professions, but failed to mention that this was caused by the destruction of state grammar schools by Tory and Labour governments"
[Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday, 20 May 2012].

"Yet again the top universities are accused of being unfair to state school pupils. This is upside down. The state schools are being unfair to their pupils, by refusing to select on ability, by insisting on watered-down comprehensive schooling and by failing to tell the young that they need to take the tougher A-levels to get into the top colleges. Why should good universities lower their standards to indulge this stupidity?"
[Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday, 31 March 2013].


National Education Association

"The NEA and similar unions worldwide believe that children should be thoroughly indoctrinated with Green/Left, feminist/homosexual ideology but the '3 Rs' are something that kids should just be allowed to 'discover'" [source].


General Teaching Council

"The ludicrous and sinister General Teaching Council will soon doubtless be ensuring that all teachers spout the proper views on 'Equality and Diversity' - words that just happen to appear prominently in its PC new 'Draft Code' shortly to be imposed after the usual charade of consultation. I suspect that its real purpose is to be the educational branch of the Thought Police. To get the measure of this body, compare and contrast two cases that have come before it. First, look at its treatment of a teacher who admitted using crack cocaine and falling asleep in lessons. William Horseman will be allowed to carry on teaching children - maybe yours - though he will be 'monitored'. Then recall what happened when an experienced former teacher, Angela Mason, went undercover to record the true extent of disruption and disorder in our classrooms, so doing the country an important service. She was suspended by the GTC for a year. So snorting crack cocaine gets you monitored. Telling the truth about schools gets you suspended. If you have ever wondered what the real priorities of our new Establishment are, this should give you a pretty good clue" [Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday, 21 February 2009].


National Union of Teachers

"An article in Thursday's Mail by Robert Peal, a brilliant Cambridge graduate who taught history in a state school, was an alarming expose of the dire conditions in parts of our state education system. His new book, Progressively Worse, shows the damage wreaked on children by trendy educationists over many decades, leading to generations leaving school illiterate, innumerate and lacking in intellectual curiosity. Worse still, the minority of children who want to stretch their brains stand almost no chance of doing so. And yet, as we saw this week at the National Union of Teachers' annual conference - which looks increasingly like a Monty Python sketch about the Soviet bloc - a hardcore of Leftist teachers seem intent on destroying education standards. Particularly worrying is their demented and irrational [sic] hatred of Education Secretary Michael Gove. Thankfully, there is talk of forming an alternative union to oppose the shamefully destructive NUT. I hope it succeeds" [Simon Heffer, Daily Mail, 26 April 2014].


Teachers' Training Colleges

"Three, or possibly four, cheers for Michael Gove. Not only has he insisted - to the outrage of the teaching unions - that the children in primary schools should be taught times tables and foreign languages, but he has also proposed training teachers on the job in good schools rather than in Marxist-dominated colleges. It is precisely because those colleges are so useless that the teachers they produce are often incapable of teaching to a high standard. So when teachers protest about standards being raised, it is not because they fear for the children, but for themselves. They know they will be found out" [Simon Heffer, Daily Mail, 16 June 2012].

"This week's shocking revelation that British teenagers have dropped out of the top 20 international rankings in maths, science and reading is a devastating indictment of the education policies of the last Labour government. But it also offers a golden opportunity to Education Secretary Michael Gove to shake up the teaching profession. He should end the requirement for state school teachers to have a teaching qualification and let them learn on the job instead. And this would mean they escape the Marxist influences of so many teacher training colleges"
[Simon Heffer, Daily Mail, 07 December 2013].



"Yet again the top universities are accused of being unfair to state school pupils. This is upside down. The state schools are being unfair to their pupils, by refusing to select on ability, by insisting on watered-down comprehensive schooling and by failing to tell the young that they need to take the tougher A-levels to get into the top colleges. Why should good universities lower their standards to indulge this stupidity?" [Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday, 31 March 2013].

"Progressiveness is the cancer of the West. It's utterly destroying the rigor of academia and turning universities into cathedrals of anti-intellectualism, devoid of actual progress in desperate maintenance of the politically-correct status-quo that the latest molly-coddled generation cannot stand to have challenged"
[comment at source].


"[W]e have a mega-teen culture which the entire world orbits around, and we have millions of adults who are stuck in perpetual adolescence, seeking to remain teens. Coupled with all this is the out-of-control offence industry which says we have a fundamental right to never be offended, never to feel bad, and never to have our feelings hurt. That has resulted in a generation of wilted dandelions and precious pansies. A bunch of spoiled brats ... coddled, spoiled narcissists" [source].

"The term 'generation snowflake' started in America. Parents cherished their offspring as 'precious little snowflakes', each alike but unique, or 'everyone is special' ... When those smothered infants grew into adults they were lampooned by the same parental generation for melting at any small amount of difficulty. 'Snowflake' is just a fancy word for 'drip'"
[quoted at source].

"These students 'take offence' to the point where they can only reach their full potential by existing in an echo chamber, a utopia that only the tax payer can provide for - and things like these 'cry ins' are 'rights' at institutions of higher learning"
[comment at source].

"Thank Freud and Jung and the Christians who 'incorporated' these insights from God-rejecting immoral intellectuals into their own true views of man which came from a holy God. Grieve for these adult kinds who cannot see what they have lost because of the faithlessness they have inherited. Only the gospel which sanctifies will heal the hurt of the daughter of My people says the Lord"
[comment at source].

"[T]his was all prophesied. The scriptures tell us about the lack of respect [for] and input from fathers and the general disrespect for men (Isaiah 3:12). This generation suffers from a completely irrational hatred of anything 'paternalistic'.  See also Malachi 4:6 and Luke 1:17"
[comment at source].

Safe Spaces:

"Amid all the hoo-hah about students banning speakers they disagree with, what really gets on my nerves is the way some universities have taken to dedicating rooms as a 'safe space' for them to retreat to if a lecture becomes too challenging. They have things like calming music, colouring books and Play-doh to help the poor mites recover. Honestly! Universities shouldn't be safe spaces. They should be unsafe spaces, where every idea or thought is challenged. There should be no no-go areas, nothing off limits. If we can't question anything and everything in a university, where on earth can we?" [Dr. Max, Daily Mail, 05 December 2015].

"Universities that promote 'safe spaces' are not worthy of the hefty annual tuition and fees that they demand from students and their parents. My alma mater, Rutgers University, is apparently partaking in this politically correct madness, perhaps the next time Rutgers asks for a donation, I'll tell them that my money is locked in a 'safe space'

"Here's a reality check for college students who think they're entitled to avoiding 'distressing viewpoints'. If given the chance, as ISIS or al Qaeda terrorist would strap in an explosive belt and 'bombard' your 'safe space' without hesitation. Make no mistake: radical Islamic terrorists want to kill you and destroy everything that you stand for. Do you think I'm exaggerating? ... The fact that terrorists are also killing innocent Americans inside our very homeland makes the idea of retreating to 'safe spaces' even more of a joke ... Don't most young people understand what is at stake?"

"I am sick and tired of hearing about 'safe spaces' here at home while brave U.S. troops are dying abroad. ... Instead of whining and retreating to 'safe spaces', wouldn't it be nice if more college students dedicated some of their time, energy and intellect to supporting the men and women of our military community? After all, they are the ones fighting to keep ISIS and al Qaeda terrorists out of your imaginary 'safe spaces'. Nobody cares about your feelings, millennials. It's time to grow up and be thankful for your freedom, which generations of brave Americans have fought to preserve. Liberty is precious. Don't waste it by avoiding reality"

Trigger Warnings:

"And by the way, if a lecturer using a word like 'violate' upsets you - because it's supposedly a 'trigger word' that might make you think about rape - I doubt that's because you're the victim of some awful psychological trauma. It's probably because you're a wally" [Dr. Max, Daily Mail, 05 December 2015].

See also Political Correctness: Identity Politics here and here

See also Political Correctness: Marriage, Family, Children here and here



"Successive governments have let educational standards slide dramatically rather than take on the left wing dogma that has invaded the classroom. Apparently teachers mustn't teach anymore as this is 'oppressive' and their function now is to be like a helpful friend to the pupils who will only learn what they want to! Rules, such as grammar apparently 'stifle the child's creativity and oppress them'. But common sense reveals that the reverse is actually true. Our language is a common medium through which we all communicate and to express ourselves clearly and unambiguously we therefore need a common structure. Programming a computer is the same - to get the desired result we have to stick to a syntax that the processor understands other wise the result will be a crash! When the child leaves school unable to read or write properly and applies for a job, the result is also a crash that leads to a life doing unskilled jobs or on the dole. So rather than oppressing the child, grammar actually liberates the child to be a free spirit armed with the means to make their own way in life [EMcD: precisely the reason, of course, that the PC change agents don't want schools soundly educating our children!]" [source].

"'The rot is absolute', says [a] former state school teacher, ' ... In literacy, there was very little focus on grammar or spelling'"


History and Revisionism

"Ask an English child of 2011 about the iconic dates of English history such as Hastings, Blenheim and Waterloo and your chances of getting a correct answer are very small. Quiz them on who was Alfred the Great or ask them to describe the outcome of the Spanish Armada and the odds are that you will be met with blank stares. Pose a question relating to English geography such as the position of the Chilterns or the course of the Severn and a shrug of the shoulders is the likely outcome. Mention a Shakespeare play or a Dickens novel and childish eyes are wont to roll. Sadly, the modern English child is more likely to be able to tell a questioner about the Muslim festival of Ramadan than relate the story of Easter. They will know more of the geography of Africa (if they know any geography at all) than of England. On the rare occasions when they are told about England's history, it will only be in the context of the country's 'evil' past, with the Atlantic slave trade elevated to the status of the ultimate act of historical immorality and the Empire recounted as an unrelieved tale of the exploitation of native peoples. The upshot is that we have several generations of English children who have commonly left school with next to no meaningful knowledge of their own history and higher culture. That applies not only to those who depart education with a basic education at the age of 16, but even those who go on to university. Worse, their education is designed to leave them with, at best, a belief that thy have nothing to be proud of because they are English, and, at worst, that they should be thoroughly ashamed of the fact that they are English" [source].

"English history and culture ceased to be taught in schools in any meaningful way from [the 70s and 80s] and the history of Britain and England was only discussed in order to constantly denigrate it for being oppressive, e.g. the transatlantic slave trade and colonialism are always promoted by left-wing teachers as examples of British history and how imperialistic and racist it is. This has created ethnic 'victim groups' in society who express an antagonism for the host culture, and it has damaged our young children who grow up with a sense of historic guilt and self-loathing for their country. Our children spend the best part of their early education feeling that they have no sense of place or history, no culture to be proud of as the cultures of those around them are promoted and celebrated and their own denigrated. To disinherit children of their heritage is one of the greatest crimes committed by the liberal/left elite in this country and surely one day they will be held accountable for this"

"The true history of England is forever set in stone, ready and waiting to be found by those that seek it out. As long as there is left standing one true Englishman, holding steady and unwavering to the ever fixed mark. Then the ebb and flow of the tempest will froth and rage in vain"
[comment at source].

"In any country undergoing political change, school history is deeply controversial. It shapes the next generation's views and thoughts for the rest of their lives. The battle over what should be in the history curriculum has now raged for more than 50 years, and most intensely since the Schools Council History Project of 1974, which ditched knowledge in favour of empathy. Many teachers have grown up with the vaguest knowledge of our national past, and history has been pushed to the edge of the curriculum. Good luck to Michael Gove in his battle to restore and reform it, but the task may be bigger than he thinks"
[Mail on Sunday Comment, 30 December 2012].

"Having endured the 'education' system for the past 13 years I can safely say I have been taught more about Black Rights movements in the US than My own history of MY ancestors and MY country. Whenever any history of a British sort is taught it is done so with disdain and a sort of bitter resentment, as if we need to be ashamed of it. I realised this and have sought to educate myself outside of school, but many have taken in this indoctrination as truth and have been brainwashed into accepting the foolish left-wing concepts of Multi-culturalism and 'diversity'. It's about time things changed, but I fear it's too late. I am 17. I fear by the time I see my 30s my country will no longer be British. How is that right?"   /   "It would be impossible to teach the abolition of slavery without William Wilberforce"   /   "NuLabour socially engineered British success out of British history lessons and replaced it with left wing brainwashing. For over a decade cultural awareness, immersion days, dumbing down and PC correctness [sic] put the British people second in the classroom. In addition, the left wing BBC brainwashed the children when they were not at school"   /   "So glad the force feeding of Politically Correct figures in schools is to end. ... The tosh fed to school children recently would have us believe that we were 'saved' from being nasty Britis [sic] by these people. Our native British ancestors have contributed massively and positively to the modern world. Modern history as told in schools presently diminishes our national identity and achievements"
[comments at source].

"'The rot is absolute', says [a] former state school teacher, ' ... For history, we'd use a textbook with made-up quotes from historical figures, telling us how bad the British Empire was.'  The former teacher is referring to a book, aimed at 11 to 14-year-olds and still widely in use, called Minds and Machines, where dead white European men such as British colonialist Cecil Rhodes and the Duke of Wellington are reviled. Incredibly, Wellington is credited with being partly to blame for the Peterloo massacre - when several people died in Manchester in 1819 after cavalry troops charged crowds calling for government reform - but not with his victory at Waterloo, which saved Europe from Napoleon's brutal military hegemony"



"'The rot is absolute', says [a] former state school teacher, ' ... Geography was about saving rainforests, recycling and instilling guilt about how humans are ruing the Earth'" [source].


Sex Education

"What exactly, does one tell a five year old about sex?"   /   "That it's how mummy and daddy make babies. Just how parents managed for generations"   /   "Stay away from left wing teachers?"   /   "[T]his is classic Frankfurt School Cultural Marxism, Lukacs did this in Hungary"   /   "Innocence is mocked, that's the problem. Innocence should be a virtue"   /   "We all know there is an agenda here. Certain people in government want to make sure that the first time children learn anything about sex it won't just be about male+female, and it won't just be about 'making babies' - which is where most parents start. And that's why parents are not to be trusted with sex education"   /   "I suspect that if parents are 'crying out for ' anything at all it is an end to the politically correct way of teaching that passes for sex education in schools at the moment" [comments at source].

"'When I get married - whether it's to a man or a woman...' my 11-year-old niece told her grandpa the other day. But I don't think she thinks she's a budding lesbian (would she even know at that age?). It's just the way she has been taught to think at her impeccably right-on school in the People's Republic of Brighton"

"It is rather interesting that Jeremy Corbyn recently proposed that children should be introduced to studies of homosexuals who have contributed to society. Among these he noted Oscar Wilde, a known paedophile. The Left's indoctrination programme extends far and wide in society and it is rather unfortunate that their key target [is] primary school children from 3 years onwards. Children who step out of line in the indoctrination programmed, who disagree with the Party line are deemed 'homophobic' and placed on a suitable list for re-education"
[comment at source].


MultiCulturalism / Equality and Diversity / Racism

"The ludicrous and sinister General Teaching Council will soon doubtless be ensuring that all teachers spout the proper views on 'Equality and Diversity' - words that just happen to appear prominently in its PC new 'Draft Code' shortly to be imposed after the usual charade of consultation. I suspect that its real purpose is to be the educational branch of the Thought Police. To get the measure of this body, compare and contrast two cases that have come before it. First, look at its treatment of a teacher who admitted using crack cocaine and falling asleep in lessons. William Horseman will be allowed to carry on teaching children - maybe yours - though he will be 'monitored'. Then recall what happened when an experienced former teacher, Angela Mason, went undercover to record the true extent of disruption and disorder in our classrooms, so doing the country an important service. She was suspended by the GTC for a year. So snorting crack cocaine gets you monitored. Telling the truth about schools gets you suspended. If you have ever wondered what the real priorities of our new Establishment are, this should give you a pretty good clue" [Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday, 21 February 2009].

"'Diversity missionaries' are being sent into [UK state] schools to teach children about bigotry, while teachers have to monitor incidents of alleged racial harassment.  Those schools that don't report any cases are told to put up posters raising awareness of racism.  So if their pupils aren't aware of what bigotry is, they soon will be.  Yet another pathetic example of an insidious grievance industry seeking out intolerance where there is none"
[Amanda Platell, Daily Mail, 31 October 2009].

"Having endured the 'education' system for the past 13 years I can safely say I have been taught more about Black Rights movements in the US than My own history of MY ancestors and MY country. Whenever any history of a British sort is taught it is done so with disdain and a sort of bitter resentment, as if we need to be ashamed of it. I realised this and have sought to educate myself outside of school, but many have taken in this indoctrination as truth and have been brainwashed into accepting the foolish left-wing concepts of Multi-culturalism and 'diversity'. It's about time things changed, but I fear it's too late. I am 17. I fear by the time I see my 30s my country will no longer be British. How is that right?"
[comment at source].

"[My niece's] dad had wanted to know why when she said 'Mohammed', she automatically added the phase 'Peace Be Upon Him'.  'Oh, it's what we're taught we have to say in RE' [at an overwhelmingly white, Christian state school in Worcester], my niece replied"


KCL, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, July 2017

Replacing busts of white benefactors/leading academics with ones of ethnic minorities

"If you are studying to become a psychiatrist and a marble bust of an old man is enough to make you feel intimidated, can I suggest that working in psychiatry is maybe not the best career option for you" [comment at source].

"Why are people who find paintings 'intimidating' at university in the first place? Shouldn't they be in a nursery school?"
[comment at source].

"Also concerning is the intellectual confusions in 'race', 'ethnicity,' 'culture' conflated together. Understandable from a sixth former, not impressive from a learned institution"
[comment at source].

"With widespread awareness of phobias amongst students this could be a case of pogonophobia or fear of beards. Unfortunately, it is much more likely to be a case of progressive anti-colonialist racism which attempts to wipe white men from history. Yesterday Nazi students burned books, today progressive students remove statues"

"It is too easy to characterise this as over-sensitive students making demands and weak-kneed administrators crumbling. Disturbingly, there is a pattern of cultural imperialism emerging in our universities, not only from students but also from the faculties who are radicalising them. These a-historical, intolerant feminist and anti-colonial attitudes had to come from somewhere"

"Once-foundational liberal values, free speech and the propagation of divergent views are seen as dangerous by many students today. University staff who should be trying to expand student minds and encouraging them to take intellectual risks, instead give them full support in their demands for safe spaces where they might be sheltered from hearing an alternative viewpoint"

"Kings was a Christian foundation with a strong theological faculty and seminary. The seminary has gone and the Dean is reduced to a figurehead. University College was the secularist opposite number of King's"
[comment at source].

"My daughter tells me that Tutu has already been banished from the King's 'Wall of BAME'; as his black skin didn't sufficiently compensate for his bishopric. Carey has also been banished form the alumnae to be celebrated - 'white' 'male' and 'Archbishop' was bad enough, but opposition to same-sex marriage sealed his fate"
[comment at source].

"[These] 'liberals' ... are the descendant of Gramsci and know full well what they are doing - trying to wipe Western, Christian, freedom-loving, 'capitalism' off the map"
[comment at source].

"One of the most stupid things about the cultural-Marxists is that they rant on about the 'patriarchy' whilst following the teachings of 'pale, stale, males' (i.e. light-skinned, normal, men) such as Descartes, Rousseau, Marx, Nietzsche, Freud, and Foucault. The cry of the post-modernists etc is against 'Western Philosophy' whilst they themselves are a branch of Western philosophy and the current dominate school. Do they really think their philosophy could have emerged from Confucianism? They are a Western philosophical heresy which has gained power over the entire West, they rail against the 'bourgeoisie' whilst they themselves are the 'bourgeoisie', and an ill-educated and totalitarian one at that"
[comment at source].

"There are however, some historical, white, bearded men who should earn our opprobrium... Marx, Engels, Trotsky, and Lenin"   /   "If Kings College want to commission a bust or painting of Thomas Sowell then I would chip in for that"   /   "And how safe is the Faraday memorial at Elephant & Castle. hardly representative of the 'rich diversity' in those surroundings today. Dickens along Kennington lane too. Down with these white oppressors!"   /   "I passed under Henry Maudsley's bust this morning, and survived. No fork of lightening emitted from his bronze beard. A solid, reassuring presence while the snowflakes melt beneath him. These students (and the 'progressive' scholars who lead them) need to learn some history before they criticise. All courses should contain a historical component, so that these 'present good, past bad' ideas are challenged"
[comments at source].

"'Your rights end where my feelings begin'. I don't give a tuppenny damn about the feelings of effnics ... Please remember that I am entitled to my own homeland too"
[comment at source].

"Has it ever occurred to these do-gooders that their actions are actually condescending to racial minorities? With the exception of those on the left, many of us are NOT insulted or even remotely interested in the skin colour of those who founded King's College. The purpose of attending university is to get an education, and we should be grateful to Britain's historic Christian culture that these universities exist. This notion of being embarrassed about English culture is ridiculous. As a nation, Britain is more diverse, but the founders are white because the English are an ethnic group who happen to be white. So what? I thought the whole point was to get AWAY from using skin colour to define people? Surely? Or did I miss the memo?"
[comment at source].

"Tony Blair believed that British history began in 1987 which was a fair and reasonable means of ensuring that people from other cultures didn't feel excluded when they came here to recreate their homelands under more congenial economic and social circumstances invented by white people. But King's College is the proof that we haven't done enough. Nothing can be done yet about the prevalence of legacy white faces around them but making 1987 a cultural year zero gives immigrants a full and equal stake in the new improved but still improvable British society. An exception must be made for the history of colonial crime of which pre-enlightened Britain was the worst offender the world has ever known. Whites must never be allowed to forget their guilt. But the other stuff such as Magna Carta, the Reformation, the long struggle for parliamentary democracy, the Great Revolution of 1688, the establishment of constitutional law ... universal education ... the arts of music, literature and painting, human rights including freedom of expression - all this belongs to an obsolete and heavily mythologised past which was exclusively white and stolen at will and without attribution form the great non-white cultures which preceded it and made it possible. Rip these bearded hypocrites from the walls of King's and tear up their racist, supremacist so-called principles. They don't belong to history; they are an affront to history. Signed: Dave Spart"
[comment at source :-)

"The historian Will Durant wrote: 'The Mohammedan conquest of India is probably the bloodiest story in history'. The Bahmani Sultans, a third rank dynasty, alone made it a point of slaughtering 100,000 Hindus a day when they felt like it. The French historian Braudel wrote: 'the Muslims could not rule the country except by systematic terror. Cruelty was the norm - burnings, summary executions, crucifixions or impalements, inventive tortures'. Those who were not massacred were raped and enslaved in huge numbers. The statistician Lal, cited in Khan p216, estimates that between 60-80 millions died at the hands of Muslim invaders. Compared to this, British colonial rule was a model of enlightenment and care which, as well as taking from India, gave to India unity, the rule of law, a government less corrupt and more efficient than it had ever had, either before or arguably since, democracy, the English language, the basics of a modern state and finally, independence"   /   "And India still uses much of what we gave it. Yes, I'm proud of my country for that"
[comments at source].

"It's very sad. But there is a great deal of inconsistency in the position held by these left-wing dogmas. Somehow, they manage to believe the following simultaneously:  (1) Appearing less English is good, because this leads to more inclusiveness;  (2) Appearing more English is wrong, because it pressures ethnic minorities to abandon their culture;  (3) There are ethnic minorities in Britain, but there is no dominant culture;  (4) The dominant culture is exclusive, but ethnic minorities should be happy to live in Britain.  As you can see, this is choc-full of contradictions. If one is a MINORITY, then that means there is a dominant culture. In England, that would be English culture. Furthermore, if they hold that ethnic minorities should be proud of their ethnic background, then why are they concerned about perceived offence caused to them by statutes of Englishmen? Furthermore, if English culture was so offensive, surely this would lead to FEWER ethnic minorities (like myself) living here? Bottom line: if someone told me that my skin colour was offending them, I would tell them something short and unrepeatable. I don't dilute my own racial and ethnic background for other people, and I don't expect others to do the same for me. That's absurd. The whole point was supposed to be that we DON'T judge by these characteristics. I happen to love English history and culture, which is why I am proud to be British. That's why I live here. The fact that the English as an ethnic group are white neither offends nor interests me. If I was so offended by it, I could go and live elsewhere"
[comment at source].



"Nowhere, perhaps, is the march of the Mind Police more evident than in the way virtually the whole curriculum has been hijacked by environmental issues. A popular revision guide for GCSE English gives this example of a 'boring' sentence that may receive 'zero marks': 'Global warming is a bad thing'.  And this as a 'much better sentence': 'Global warming is a very serious and worrying issue.'  Even foreign languages are not immune. A Heinemann textbook for A-level French invited pupils to study an open letter by a French environmentalist warning schoolchildren that on global warming 'scientists are unanimous', and 'never in the history of humanity have the dangers been so great'" [source].


Critical Thinking

"Most parents and teachers still believe that critical thinking refers to factual, logical thinking. They have been misled. School fliers explain that it means teaching students 'to think for themselves'. It actually means the opposite; it's a psychological strategy for dismantling old beliefs and values and instilling new ones by limiting factual knowledge while encouraging myths, imagination, and group synthesis. Since it trades the traditional broad knowledge base for selected information that supports the new ideology, most students can easily be manipulated towards the preplanned outcomes" [source].



The following comments are from readers of the article:
Local Authorities Demand Snooping Powers to Crack Down on Unregistered Faith Home Schoolers

"'It's not fair' exclaimed the marxist dogooder, 'We have a god given monopoly on brainwashing'"

"There hasn't been religion taught in public [state] schools in over 50 years. Maybe that's the problem... All kids are taught nowadays is to pray to the false gods of government"   /   "The government hates competition. Stamp put freedom wherever you can, Councilmen and Women, stamp it out!"   /   "Meanwhile, the imams at mosques openly preach jihad without the government batting an eyelid"   /   "Fascism, plain and simple"

"The state wants to bombard your kid with nonstop LGBT/diversity propaganda, and unwashed brains pose a threat to the agenda. They're paranoid. If they don't intervene now, your kid might grow up to be a cisgendered UKIP supporter. That's unacceptable in the new progressive Britain - tantamount to a hate crime. Your kid needs to learn to be a second class citizen in his own institutions, he needs to learn how to be submissive while foreigners bully him, and he can't do that from home"   /   "So true - take a leaf from the South Africans 'education'. The white children are now so convinced that they are 'privileged' that they spout it forth without a second thought. It's horrific, especially considering that everything there is heavily weighted in favour of black empowerment only. Of course that is further justified by the 'whites are privileged' brainwashing. This is probably already happening here [UK] but parents should be aware of it as a cornerstone tactic towards creating submission and self sacrifice"

"The evil doers want to possess your children. Mind, body and soul"   /   To be taught "the religion of atheism ... Despite denying God, the state invariably acts as a God which must be worshiped. Human life becomes nothing more than the soil in the ground to be trodden under foot if it benefits the state"   /   "Yes, the government did a great job of 'keeping an eye' on the children in Rotherham and the other cities now, didn't they!"

"We are moving from Sweden to England so my son can be home schooled. With very poor schooling in Sweden completely swamped with immigrants my English special needs son is in constant fear of death. I sincerely hope England doesn't go the way of Sweden and ban home schooling altogether as it fears that children might not receive their daily dose of LGBT SJW multicultural liberal propaganda"   /   "Keep your head up ... Ending up in a corner, back against the wall can be the trigger for unleashing massive creativity"   /   "I know how bad Swedish schools are. Most English state schools are terrible, I'm afraid. Good luck with home schooling. Lots of excellent free resources online"

"All good people want is to be left alone by government to live their lives as they see fit. This is their God given right should they be religious or not. The satanic influenced tenth plank to the communist manifesto insists that government has a right to forcibly take your children out of your home 5 days a week and to be reeducated away from a belief in God and the family as the backbone of any worthwhile society and be brainwashed to believe that unquestionable service to the almighty state and to those that control it as the only [acceptable] goals in life. The conscience that God has given us tells us otherwise. People the world over should shield their children from these evil influences by any means necessary or risk losing them. May God help us"

"One of the main arguments of those who are hostile to homeschooling, as the article says, is socialization. When socialization is done as a private matter it is a good matter, but when it is done under the insistence of the state at any level of government it means 'socialist-ization'. They say that peers socialization at government schools is a good influence on children yet [the] most dangerous place for youth is not on the city streets, it is in the schools. Socialization at home with loving parents remains the best influences on children for them to grow up to be good members of society"   /   "Most Home Schoolers do want their children to become part of wider society when they grow up - they just don't want them brainwashed and indoctrinated by Mammonite Multiculturalism in the formative years (0-7), or exposed to peer pressure from Mammonite zombies and their 'smart' (hah hah) phones between 7 and 21"

"Dear Mrs Wrongthink, The 'local council' (which is English for Stasi) will be coming round to make sure that your children are playing with Mohammed, Mohammed and Mohammed in their spare time, and that they are completely familiar with Islam, understand about banned words, triggering and are not being forced to conform to oppressive heterosexual gender concepts. Especially if they conform naturally of their own free will, which is a clear indication of parental negligence. Mr and Mrs Hussein will be your new role models - Mr Hussein can take an extra wife, so better that you move in with them. Their cousins (it's a very close family) are due to come over to the UK just as soon as you are out of your house - Mr Hussein has all the modern things because he doesn't work, so you can leave your house as is. You won't even need to pack a bag - he has spare cloths which will fit you. Your husband is going to prison. Yours Sincerely, Ms K Marx (My pronouns are 'useful' and 'idiot')"

"Headline should read: 'Common Purpose leftist filth are worried that white Christian children being home schooled will not be indoctrinated with the PCMC 'izslime is the answer' mantra and will be able to think independently"   /   "What could possibly be illegal about a [Christian] faith based school? Teaching the subjects necessary to eventually enter College along with learning things the Government abandoned, Faith, can't even begin to be a bad thing."

Quote from the article:
"Around 900 children are currently registered as EHE [elective home education] in Birmingham, a city of 1.1 million people. 'Those numbers have been growing in the last couple of years. We are very interested in finding out the deeper reasons why', said Colin Diamond, executive director for education in Birmingham"

"OK let's see if we can find out what might be going wrong...  (a) 2,000 primary pupils arrested for naughtiness - Telegraph;  (b) 30,000 pupils branded as bigots as teachers log racist and homophobic jibes in playground squabbles - Daily Mail;  (c) 24,000 teachers in state schools are incompetent, admits school watchdog - Daily Mail;  (d) Brightest pupils failed by state comprehensives (Ofsted) - Telegraph;  (e) Britain tumbles 10 places in the world's most important school league table - Daily Mail;  (f) Classrooms have become war zones, battered and threatened, teachers say - Times Online;  (g) Five is too young to get sex education - Telegraph;  (h) Government's neo-Marxist education policy punishes excellence - Telegraph;  (i) Literacy tests for trainee teachers show that those who can't spell, teach - Times Online;  (j) One in five children leave primary school unable to read, write and add up properly - Daily Mail;  (k) School bans children from putting their hands up - Telegraph;  (l) School bans sugar in tea - Telegraph;  (m) Successful schools will be forced to take pupils expelled for violent and disruptive behaviour - Daily Mail;  (n) White working class boys may become 'education underclass' - Daily Express;  (o) Children who say homosexuality is 'wrong' could be viewed as extremist threat - Telegraph.  Should I go on?"

"For half the millions you're going to spend on consultants to come up with some PC bs answer, I will tell you in less than 5 minutes"   /   "If public [state] schools weren't failing our kids so miserably, home schooling wouldn't be necessary... But the fact is parents actually want their kids to have a decent education without all the propaganda and state mandated dogma they pound into their heads"   /   "'elective home education' - 8 syllables. What is with these pompous bureaucrats that they can't write in plain, simple, descriptive English?" HOME SCHOOLING - 3 syllables"

"If the local education authority could be depended upon to (1) Prevent bullying;  (2) Avoid teaching erroneous dogma that homosexual lifestyles are equally valid to heterosexual lifestyles;  (3) Teach the truth about both the good and the bad about the EU, and the various political parties;  (4) Teach history properly instead of asking children to imagine what it would have been like to experience something that happened in the past;  (5) Teach mathematics such that children were numerate on leaving school;  (6) Teach English such that children were literate on leaving school, and understood how to lay out a letter... then perhaps the move to home schooling would not be such a stampede."


Specific Cases, Examples, Issues

Barrowford Primary School, Lancashire:

"So I presume this school made the quota of compulsory visits to the mosque and allowed Stonewall in the classroom. Thereby telling Ofperv's inspectors that Islam is the religion of Peace and that they are going to be gay [sic]. None of that disgusting Christian morality taught thank goodness!"   /   "I suppose they are ticking all the correct diversity boxes. Gay [sic] is good. Tick. Buggery acceptable. Tick. Climate change is manmade. Tick. Islam is peaceful. Tick. British values at their best..."   /   "And they shut down the Durham Free School, despite the fact they were getting good exam results, because they were 'radical' i.e. not PC. I weep for this country"   /   "The kids are trapped between this appalling non-teaching and their mushy, gooey, PC adhering parents. They have no chance. None" [comments at source].

"We now see lunatics in control of the schools. It was always part of the degenerate agenda of Cultural Marxism to disempower schoolteachers as well as parents, and it's happened, brought to us by both Labour and Conservative governments"
[comment at source].

Nursery School in Turnham Green, West London:

"[T]hree-year-olds too young to read or write are required to sign an agreement in which they promise to 'be tolerant of others whatever their race, colour, gender, class, ability, physical challenge, faith, sexual orientation or lifestyle and refrain from using racist or homophobic or transphobic language'. Of course we don't want children of any age to be racist or homophobic - but isn't there something insidious about making a child barely older than a toddler put pen to paper to pledge they wont' be?" [source].

[EMcD: How stupid are these PC-deluded 'educators' of our precious children!  As these little ones are far too young to have any understanding whatsoever of anything to which they're supposedly 'agreeing', any so-called 'agreement' between them and the school is simply null and void.  And as the children are under the age of accountability and thus legally under the guardianship of their parents, the parents have every right to revoke any such 'agreement' anyway (See, for example, Numbers 30:2-5).]

For much more on Education please also see here and here.


Identity Politics

The following extended extract is from the article: The Origin of 'Identity Politics' & 'Political Correctness'

"Identity politics (sometimes dubbed 'political correctness') is the result of a political-Left major backlash against the mass of ordinary people (in Europe and 'the West'), beginning in the 1920s/30s, in the wake of the persistent failure of Marxist theory to be realised in European 'revolution' or any real change through democracy. In shifting the blame away from Marxist theory and those gullible enough to adhere to it, and on to those the theory had prescribed and predicted would have been the beneficiaries, if only they had responded accordingly ('the [white, male] workers'); then the cognitive-dissonance within the political-left mindset caused by this crisis to an extent was salved"

"As with any fervent ideology, a hallmark of the political-Left is interpreting anything and everything in its own ideological terms to claim as a manifestation of the ideology and its prophecy - jumping on a bandwagon, so to speak; though here only to hijack it. The bandwagon here was, of course, the American civil rights movement, which though enjoying ubiquitous support within black communities - to the point often of various forms of extremism - featured virtually nil endorsement of socialism ... It is from the time of this co-option that 'identity politics' dates; many considering that the movement was incorporated into the Left in the wake of King's assassination in 1968 - the major turning-point year in political-Left politics generally"

"'Civil rights', as the first great 'single-issue' campaign, served not least to provide an acceptable cloak for the Left to avoid provoking a resurgence of McCarthysim. The major social upheaval of 'civil rights' with its large-scale and widespread rioting was easily the nearest thing in then recent US history to look like the promised Marxist 'revolution', and obviously was just the practical application the 'theory' was seeking. Moreover, the protagonists (black Americans) were eminently separable form the now despised 'workers' per se, in being presentable as a new 'group; from outside of the former fray of 'boss' versus 'worker'.

"This accident of history served to add 'black' to 'woman' as 'the new oppressed' ... 'The worker' in effect was retrospectively stereotyped as both 'man' and 'white'. With the inverse of this stereotype of 'white' being not just 'black American' but 'black' - that is, ethnic-minority generically ... so it was that the new 'agents of social change' / 'disadvantaged' / 'oppressed' were extended from women to also include all ethnic minorities"

"It is only with the knowledge of how this developed that sense can be made of why ethnicity is held above the myriad other possible differences that could be utilised as in-group markers, when in fact there is nothing inherent in ethnicity as an in-group marker to produce inter-group prejudice that is particularly more pernicious"

"Indeed, the worst inter-communal conflicts nominally between different ethnicities usually are between different cultural heritages with no discernible 'racial' differences of any kind - and what (non-ethnic) differences there are can be minimal; the lack of contrast actually fuelling the intensity of conflict, such is the need for groups to feel distinguished from each other"

"Furthermore, ethnic prejudice is anything but restricted to or even predominantly 'white' on 'black': inter-ethnic (eg, 'black' on Asian) and ethnic-on-'white' 'racism' can be, often is and may usually be the greater problem; and a negative attitude to a certain ethnicity does not imply a similar attitude to other ethnicities"

"The specific US experience, given the highly divisive politics in the wake of the American Civil War over the basis of the Southern US economy in African slavery, does not translate to elsewhere; notably not to Europe - as was starkly evidenced in the experience of World War II 'black' American GIs stationed in England in how they were favourably received by locals, who sided with them when discriminated against"

"'Racial divides' in European 'white' host countries are the result not of mutual antipathy but affiliative forces, principally within migrant enclaves and secondarily within the 'host' community; in both cases being through in-group 'love', not out-group 'hate'" [EMcD: though the latter part of this observation is indeed true in normal circumstances, this does not, of course, take account of the Islamic/Koranic doctrines of Al-Hijra (Immigration), Taqiyya (Lying and Deceit), and Razzia/Ghazwa (Rape and Slavery), Dawa (Cultural and Stealth Jihad), and Terrorist and Violent Jihad, carried out by fundamentalist Muslims as they settle in increasing numbers in Western countries with the sole and deliberate purpose of making every remaining Dar al-Harb ('House of War': i.e. any non-Muslim country) into a Dar al-Islam ('House of Submission': i.e all Muslim countries) until Islam finally achieves its longed-for global Caliphate.]

[End of Extract]


The Frankfurt School

"The Frankfurt School believed that as long as an individual had the belief - or even the hope of belief - that his divine gift of reason could solve the problems facing society, then that society would never reach the state of hopelessness and alienation that they considered necessary to provoke socialist revolution.

Their task, therefore, was as swiftly as possible to undermine the Judaeo-Christian legacy. To do this they called for the most negative destructive criticism possible of every sphere of life which would be designed to de-stabilize society and bring down what they saw as the 'oppressive' order. Their policies, they hoped, would spread like a virus - 'continuing the work of Western Marxists by other means' as one of their members noted.

To further the advance of their 'quiet' cultural revolution ... the [Frankfurt] School recommended (among other things):

(1) the creation of racism offences,
(2) continual change to create confusion,
(3) the teaching of sex and homosexuality to children,
(4) the undermining of schools' and teachers' authority,
(5) huge immigration to destroy identity,
(6) the promotion of excessive drinking,
(7) emptying of churches,
(8) an unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime,
(9) dependency on the state or state benefits,
(10) control and dumbing down of media,
(11) encouraging the breakdown of the family.

One of the main ideas of the Frankfurt School was to exploit Freud's idea of 'pansexualism' - the search for pleasure, the exploitation of the differences between the sexes, the overthrowing of traditional relationships between men and women. To further their aims they would:

(a) attack the authority of the father, deny the specific roles of father and mother, and wrest away from families their rights as primary educators of their children,
(b) abolish differences in the education of boys and girls,
(c) abolish all forms of male dominance - hence the presence of women in the armed forces,
(d) declare women to be an 'oppressed class' and men as 'oppressors'."


Programmes of Treason

"There are eight levels of control that must be obtained before you are able to create a social state:

  • Healthcare - Control healthcare and you control the people;

  • Poverty - Increase the Poverty level as high as possible, poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them to live;

  • Debt - Increase the debt to an unsustainable level. That wa6y you are able to increase taxes, and this will produce more poverty;

  • Gun Control - Remove the ability to defend themselves from the Government. That way you are able to create a police state;

  • Welfare - Take control of every aspect of their lives (Food, Housing, and Income);

  • Education - Take control of that people read and listen to - take control of what children learn in school;

  • Religion - Remove the belief in God from the Government and schools;

  • Class Warfare - Divide the people into the wealthy and the poor. This will cause more discontent and it will be easier to take from (tax) the wealthy with the support of the poor" [source].




"Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil;
that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!"
(Isaiah 5:20-21)




Please note that the inclusion of any quotation or item on this page does not imply we would necessarily endorse the source from which the extract is taken; neither can we necessarily vouch for any other materials by the same authors, or any groups or ministries or websites with which they may be associated, or any periodicals to which they may contribute, or the beliefs of whatever kind they may hold, or any other aspect of their work or ministry or position.

Elizabeth McDonald