Posted by: quiscus | January 12, 2013

January 12, 2012

1. “From Kindergarten to University: Homeland Security Culture in America

Notice, their admitted overall goal is not only to ‘disseminate knowledge’ and technical advances for the homeland security ‘mission’, but also to create a Homeland Security Culture within the educational system; [5], 6].

Each COE website[3] has an education link; not all sites have their educational portion up for viewing. The ones who do have the educational curricula visible, show programs offered for K-12 and college curricula, into graduate school education. From Purdue University’s COE website [7],

“This program is designed to support undergraduate and graduate students in developing the skills to become preeminent scientists in the homeland security specific and technical community.”

The Orwellian Office of University Programs, is not only creating “Obama’s Youth”, but also creating “who are studied in Department of Homeland Security disciplines!

Simply they are the same as the COE’s, but with more agencies involved, and just another way to cover government outcome based education through ‘spookier’ means. They are to create more homeland security molded, subservient 21st century citizens. Interestingly enough both the CAEIAE schools[19], and the COE schools have to meet requirements set forth by private foundations. Another point of interest regarding these CAEIAE schools is they are usually located so as to permit easy access to DoD installations, federal research centers, and other agency facilities.

These universities, and their disseminated information are not just a national problem for Americans, but the entire world. They are creating educational programs from kindergarten, and they are partnered with several foreign countries. It’s seemingly more, and more a 1984 Orwellian hell of reality, that Americans are being made into a “new breed”

2. “New Mortgage Rules Protect Banks at the Expense of American Households

US consumer financial board issues pro-bank mortgage rules”

3. “The US – alongside Saudi Arabia – fights for freedom and democracy in the Middle East

The ability to persuade people that the US opposes tyranny is a testament to the potency of propaganda

The US is not committed to spreading democracy and freedom in the world. “Freedom” and “democracy” are concepts it exploits to undermine regimes that refuse to serve its interests. Indeed, there is virtually an inverse relationship between how democratic a country is in the Muslim world and how closely allied the US is to it.

Yes, all of this is obvious and not novel to point out. Still, it needs to be pointed out because of how often the US government succeeds in leading people to believe that these are its goals. It’s just extraordinary that so many people are willing to believe and advocate that the US ever acts in the world with the goal of undermining tyranny when “the US does more trade – overwhelmingly in oil and weapons – with Saudi Arabia than any other country in the Middle East”. That this blatant sham is so widely accepted is a testament to the potency of propaganda, bolstered by the willingness of people to embrace self-flattering claims.”


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