Wednesday, September 14, 2016

“O say can you see… ?” – Are our children being well educated or merely indoctrinated and trained? | Reclaim Reform

“O say can you see… ?” – Are our children being well educated or merely indoctrinated and trained? | Reclaim Reform:

“O say can you see… ?” – Are our children being well educated or merely indoctrinated and trained?

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 “O say can you see… ?”

Are our children in school being indoctrinated rather than well educated? Merely job trained for control and obedience?
“It took 117 years from the time ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ was written in 1814 until it was legally enshrined as the American national anthem in 1931.”
This occurred under President Herbert Hoover (R), he of Great Depression infamy, who also claimed he was a conservative progressive and a reformer while he openly opposed anti-lynching laws, lynchings of blacks in primarily Southern states that might vote for him. He waved the flag, jingoed some jingoisms and put a band-aid on unregulated corporate economic greed. He set himself up for re-election and lost.
“By the time Key wrote these words, the British military included a regiment of former slaves called the Colonial Marines, whom the British had encouraged to escape and then trained and armed.
In fact, just weeks before on August 24, 1814, the Colonial Marines had participated in the Battle of Bladensburg outside Washington, D.C. The Bladensburg fight was a quick, embarrassing defeat for American troops — something Key knew because he’d witnessed it close up as a volunteer aide to an U.S. general. The British forces, including the Colonial Marines, had then continued to Washington the same day, infamously occupying and torching the White House.”
The White House was captured and burned by Black Americans who were freed and recruited by our enemy, the British. How many textbooks today even mention this stark “O say can you see… ?” – Are our children being well educated or merely indoctrinated and trained? | Reclaim Reform:

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