Mass Indoctrination Of Collectivist Philosophy

Follow the links.

Note the dissonance in your mind.

Or its absence.

13 responses to “Mass Indoctrination Of Collectivist Philosophy

  1. Your post is succinct, and utterly true. Truth reduced to brevity and direct bluntness often reaches even the seemingly unreachable. Thanks.

  2. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  3. NorthGunner

    Never forget that for the collectivists goals to get anywhere near success that they had to first create a system of indoctrination (‘public schools’ aka ‘government indoctrination centers’) that would go hand in hand with propaganda/brainwashing dissemination (early radio then superceded with television broadcasting..they don’t call it ‘programming’ for nothing!).

    For the first I recommend reading John Taylor Gatto’s works, especially “The Underground History of American Education” (the early ‘educators’ like Dewey, Thorndyke and others DIDN’T believe in the individual and felt that children ‘belong to the state (where have we heard that before, hmmm? and are only vessels to be filled/modified by what the state desires and needs).

    The Underground History of American Education (PDF – Full doc)
    http://www.federaljack.com/ebooks/John%20Taylor%20Gatto%20-%20The%20Underground%20History%20of%20American%20Education.pdf

    The second is any worthwhile study of Edward Bernays and his goals along with that of people like Carnegie, Rockefeller and like people.

    Propaganda by Bernays (PDF – Full doc)
    http://whale.to/b/bernays.pdf

    Slightly smaller version (still complete)
    http://www.voltairenet.org/IMG/pdf/Bernays_Propaganda_in_english_.pdf

    The Engineering of Consent
    http://classes.dma.ucla.edu/Fall07/28/Engineering_of_consent.pdf

    The ties between ‘education’ and ‘media’ (especially “entertainment”) aren’t accidental at all…they’re purposely constructed and linked by the parasite
    class from the very beginning to attempt to give collectivism a victory over
    the individual..bread & circuses indeed!…

    Why do you think the educrats hate homeschooling and personal independence and responsibility so much?

    Yours In Daily Armed Liberty!
    NorthGunner III

  4. There is hope. A couple decades ago I could have read the linked essay without perceiving the dissonance.

    Big question is whether there’s enough time. Which reminds me, I need to do some more preparing…

  5. Church, State, Same game different teams. “We’re in charge because we say we need to be in charge. We don’t have to justify why, we’re wiser than you because we’re royalty and you’re not.” “What do you mean Gutenbergleaks is printing the bible in English??”

  6. I had hopes for that essay from “Sword at the Ready” … I thought he was really getting to grips with the Collectivist’ mindset.

    And then it happened. He reverted to his training, and began to advocate “limited Government”.

    “Essential Tyranny”.

    At which point, I ceased reading. A weakness of mine.

    • Right. If only it was always this easy to figure out who you don’t want covering your 6.

  7. “recommend reading John Taylor Gatto’s works, especially “The Underground History of American Education” (the early ‘educators’ like Dewey, Thorndyke and others DIDN’T believe in the individual and felt that children ‘belong to the state (where have we heard that before, hmmm? and are only vessels to be filled/modified by what the state desires and needs).”

    Excellent resource; essential reading.

  8. most of your OP is on the (excellent) graphic, so lynx viewrs
    will not be able to see it.

    here it is in plain text:

    Collectivism: using the good intentions of stupid people to destroy
    the lives and freedoms of individuals for over 4,000 years.
    all the best, cycjec

  9. Adults waiting every day for the television to give them their opinion. And then they defend that opinion as if they invested 10 years of their life doing the research. I want to strangle the stupid bastards.

  10. Libertarian … is when you realize that it’s wrong to take people’s stuff.

    Anarcho-Capitalist … is when you realize that there are no exceptions.

    God’s been telling us this since Moses came down from the mountain, clutching his stone tablets.

    There are no caveats appended to the Eighth Commandment.

  11. kay_de_leon

    We need government (that will almost certainly violate the rights of the individual) to protect the individual from having his/her rights violated.

    A bit of dissonance there, sure.