Thursday, June 29, 2017

Can More Disinformation and Fresh Illusions Save Charter Schools? | Dissident Voice

Can More Disinformation and Fresh Illusions Save Charter Schools? | Dissident Voice:

Can More Disinformation and Fresh Illusions Save Charter Schools?



These are some of the news headlines that appeared when searching for “charter schools” in GoogleNews in June 2017:
Such haughty headlines appear every day and reveal the intensification of charter school disinformation and desperation. Total irrationality has set in among charter school promoters.

Disinformation is not the same as misinformation, which is usually spontaneous, accidental, harmless, and unintentional. Disinformation is different. Disinformation is a deliberate attempt by the rich and their governments and media to conceal the real context of the problems plaguing society so as to disorient and confuse people about what is really happening. It is designed to obscure people’s objective interests, to pressure them to adopt ideas that are alien to their own interests, and to deprive them of the ability to develop their own outlook and advance their own independent agenda. Disinformation sabotages perception, undermines memory, and promotes anticonsciousness. It violates an individual’s conscience and consciousness, normalizes ignorance, and maximizes confusion and doubt, thereby hindering social consciousness, the human factor, social progress, and human-centered arrangements. In this sense, it is the most violent attack on humanity and progress.
Charter school operators and promoters continually take disinformation to new levels, ceaselessly fostering fresh illusions about them every day. They would like nothing more than to keep people confused about the real nature, role, and significance of charter schools. This is a main way they bluntCan More Disinformation and Fresh Illusions Save Charter Schools? | Dissident Voice:


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