Sound Familiar?

Let’s hope the French have more balls than the English: French history re-written.

Thousands signed a petition after lessons on the French Revolution were replaced by study of the African kingdom of Monomotapah, which many say they have never heard of. The Ministry of Education refused to be interviewed, but gave RT this statement:

“We are changing the school curriculum to reflect globalization. Monomotapah is being taught because it is important to have a view on other world cultures such as Egypt, China and India.”

Note also the quote towards the end of the video: “A new European Parliament report backs compulsory school lessons on the benefits of the EU from ‘a very young age’.”

“Political correctness” = Marxist critical theory. I’m posting these links and videos again, just because. Just because we really need to get the message home to people about what’s happened.

Here’s an old video and links from a 2009 post. The other video, about the Tavistock Institute, has been removed by YouTube:

Herbert Marcuse in his own words
Eight minutes on cultural Marxism (Removed)
Indoctrinating a nation through education & culture – Gramsci, Jack Straw’s hero (Removed).
Willi Munzenberg: We will make the west so corrupt that it stinks
The awful inevitability of it all:  Sarah Maid of Albion: The destruction of European culture

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2 responses to “Sound Familiar?

  1. GV have you seen this?

    http://weeklyintercept.blogspot.com/2011/10/bbc-news-demos-report-on-thought-crime.html

    In 4-5 years these clowns will be in the

    iGREEN Jungen

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7840763621795045648

    Then they'll march their teachers out the door to a lime filled Pol Pot pit.

    Just watch, the rabid believers are coming.

  2. Thanks, Incoming. I hadn't seen it – don't watch much BBC these days! It's been a tactic for years to indoctrinate the young. Getting them while they're young is a prime political move that way, when the oldies die off, so will the collective memory of what went before. I don't think it will work in the long run though – it goes against man's innate nature.