Thursday, March 11, 2010

No Apple For Teacher

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

For the ignorant sleeping masses of Americans, life is progressing as usual, though the signs of impending catastrophe are all around them. Their failure to understand monetary policy as spelled out in the Constitution will prove to be the undoing of the ill-informed. Authorities have no answers and are more than happy to let the unknowing doze while the inevitable crash looms, coming closer everyday and picking up speed.
The latest casualty of the Greatest Depression is the public school system. After over 100 years of delivering un-Constitutional and sub-standard indoctrination to the masses, many school districts find their budgets severely underwater. Ironically, the tidal wave of bankruptcy comes after the failed infamous "swine flu" boondoggle of 2009 where the U.S. tried to inject millions of kids with vaccine using public schools as delivery centers. This ruse did not work as most Americans rejected the vaccine which was later proved to be physically harmful.
Yesterday, the Kansas City Board of Education voted to close almost half of its schools. Facing million of dollars debt, Kansas City is not the only school district facing cuts. Schools in Toledo, Ohio face similar situations. Boston, Massachusetts is no different. And the list goes on and on. Could it be that perhaps the Keynesian economists at the top of the academic food chain failed to teach its acolytes that eventually debt cannot be monetized; eventually the books have to be wiped clean because operating in constant debt is unsustainable. Or, maybe they forgot to teach that part of logical economics along with America's loss in the War of 1812 and the subsequent Treaty of Ghent which disproves America's autonomy from the British monarchy.

America's urban areas are the hardest hit by the shortfall problem. Chicago's public schools, from where Obama's buddy Arne Duncan showed his "leadership," is an example of public school atrocity. When students are not getting bludgeoned with logs or shot to death, they are failing miserably. And now, apparently, schools are arbitrarily changing grades to receive money from the government. No wonder the head of the Chicago Board of Education shot himself next to the Chicago river last year. The situation is so dire, the back-stabbing Illinois governor, Pat Quinn, has proposed raising taxes to escape closing a whole bunch of schools.

"All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth."
-Aristotle

What will America do without the institutions to tell people how to think and what is acceptable thought? How will America continue to deceive the public about the monetary system without public schools?

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