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Socialist Education Battle in Texas

March 12, 2010
Jacob G. Hornberger
3/12/2010

A battle in Texas provides a good example of the socialist central planning that takes place in public (that is, government) schools. All sorts of people are lobbying feverishly before a 15-member state board to try to get their favorite historical, political, and economic perspectives included in the social studies textbooks, which will be used in Texas public schools for the next 10 years. According to an article on FoxNews.com, the issue is of importance to all Americans because “90 percent of American textbooks are based on Texas’ curriculum.”

We often think of socialism as government ownership of the means of production. It is that, of course, but it’s more than that. Socialism also involves the concept of central planning, where a government official or a board of government officials plan, in a top-down fashion, the peaceful activities of multitudes of people.

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  1. March 13, 2010 1:26 pm

    The massive goal is to bring the global populace into harm-ony, but it is an impossibility unless family loyalty is dissolved and individuality is eradicated.

    Psychological force has been introduced to achieve their world domination, and it is our children’s minds that are being attacked most viciously. The crux of which is being done at school, through both passive and aggressive formulas.

    Our enemy is ruthless, picking us off one community at a time, using a multi prong approach inside American schools, Pavlovian behavioral techniques, coupled with soviet brainwashing and scariest of all, trauma based mind control (which also sheds light on a disgusting display of the most power hungry men and women in uniform).

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