June 26, 2020
For more than twenty years, Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt has been warning the American people of the New World Order stratagem to overthrow democratically elected school boards with public-private partnerships between the federal government and globalist corporations. In this volume, John Klyczek expounds on Iserbyt’s theories by tracing her work to the present moment as a last ditch effort to stop the corporatization of education. Klyczek explores how the infamous Yale Secret Society, Skull and Bones, utilized Robber Baron philanthropy and stimulus-response psychological conditioning to institute a corporatist system of workforce training for a fascistically planned economy. He then explains how this system is being upgraded to a technocratic education system of corporatist “school choice” through virtual education technologies that program students for a globally planned economy. School World Order will teach you the ulterior agenda behind the ed-tech movement: data-mining students for research and development into artificial intelligence and transhumanist biotechnologies for the establishment of an authoritarian, post-human society. Author John Klyczek joins me.
John Klyczek: www.schoolworldorder.info
In the interview, the author explains that he is not criticizing independent private schools. Neither is Charlotte Iserbyt. The issue is the loss of school independence and local accountability.
The way I understand it is that we are talking about a gradual extension over the years by government to the private sector–with government funds. It’s the same thing that the World Economic Forum talks about on their website: Public-Private Cooperation and it’s the same thing described in Agenda 21.
Everybody should notice how the new COVID-19 situation reinforces the planned trend towards distance learning using technology.
I think Marshall McLuhan wanted distance learning to happen sooner in a bigger way and saw it as a good thing. I think people can see the good side to it because they don’t have to step foot in a potentially hostile, controlling environment.
I think parents should make the most of this current situation by spending more time with their children teaching them their own values–while looking into homeschooling (and independent schools) and learning the mandated curriculum to see if they can even live with it at all.
Maybe we should reject the whole system, because things are going to get bad anyway without rights, freedoms, a stable economy, and without an education system and media that respects human dignity and traditional values.
Regardless of censorship efforts, a good idea would be to start criticizing and ridiculing every corrupt item (such as life-boat ethics) in the curricula and technological systems–and direct the criticism towards officials and fellow citizens. People could be doing that en masse. Even if we have different beliefs, we should start saying what we think out loud and making our own arguments based on our own beliefs.
The ruling elite has been funding critics of stable, traditional culture for decades–at universities–and it is time for everybody else to start speaking up for what they believe instead of being undermined by these paid agents who are funded by our taxes.
We are paying for a lot of policies that go against our values. Now we are dealing with the consequences of not stopping this sooner. But it has to stop.