Mental Health Screening to Change Values to Accept Global Government

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Charlotte-Iserbyt-1-nameThis has been in the works ever since ear­ly nine­teen hundreds.

Any­one who is opposed to world gov­ern­ment is men­tal­ly sick.  We have the quotes to back that up.

Read from 3D, page 27–28: Unit­ed States mem­ber­ship in the Unit­ed Nations Edu­ca­tion­al, Sci­en­tif­ic and Cul­tur­al Orga­ni­za­tion (UNESCO) in 1946 set in motion the desta­bi­liza­tion of our soci­ety through the rejec­tion of absolute morals and val­ues, Judeo-Chris­t­ian tra­di­tion, and Roman law. Leg­is­la­tion autho­riz­ing Unit­ed States mem­ber­ship in UNESCO marked the end of Unit­ed States auton­o­my in a very cru­cial area: that of edu­ca­tion. From this time on UNESCO would dic­tate edu­ca­tion pol­i­cy to our gov­ern­ment and others.
28 This leg­is­la­tion was accom­pa­nied by Pres­i­dent Har­ry Truman’s remark­able state­ment: “Edu­ca­tion must estab­lish the moral uni­ty of mankind.” Truman’s rec­om­men­da­tion was bol­stered by Gen­er­al Brock Chisholm, a Cana­di­an psy­chi­a­trist and friend of Sovi­et agent Alger Hiss. Chisholm rede­fined health to include “men­tal” health, and pre­sent­ed a paper enti­tled “The Psy­chi­a­try of Endur­ing Peace and Social Progress” to the Unit­ed Nations World Health Orga­ni­za­tion (WHO) in 1946 which “rein­ter­pret­ed” (erad­i­cat­ed) the word “moral­i­ty.” Chisholm assert­ed that “The rein­ter­pre­ta­tion and even­tu­al­ly erad­i­ca­tion of the con­cept of right and wrong… these are the belat­ed objec­tives of prac­ti­cal­ly all effec­tive psy­chother­a­py”. Brock Chisholm went on to rec­om­mend that teach­ers all over the world be trained in “no right/no wrong” psy­chother­a­peu­tic tech­niques found in the schools today. The use of these tech­niques has result­ed in (1) a high per­cent­age of the pop­u­lace (60% if the polls tak­en dur­ing the sum­mer of 1998 relat­ed to the public’s approval of Pres­i­dent William Jef­fer­son Clin­ton are to be believed) respond­ing that lying under oath is not suf­fi­cient rea­son for a president’s removal from office, and (2) incred­i­bly immoral/amoral and vio­lent behav­ior of Amer­i­can youth. Has the read­er ever seen a more exquis­ite illus­tra­tion of the dialec­tic at work? Cre­ate the chaos; peo­ple nat­u­ral­ly call for help. The next step is to impose the total­i­tar­i­an solu­tion. The “New World Dis­or­der” (chaos), evi­dent on the night­ly news, will ulti­mate­ly require the same total­i­tar­i­an con­trol described so well by George Orwell in his nov­el 1984. Orwell said, “If you want a pic­ture of the future, imag­ine a boot stamp­ing on the human face—forever… and remem­ber, that is for­ev­er.” If one believes, as does this writer, that the well-being of mankind and the sta­bil­i­ty of this world and its insti­tu­tions depend on the rule of law, then the 1940s and 1950s will be remem­bered as the com­mence­ment of the unrav­el­ing of civic order in the Unit­ed States of Amer­i­ca and through­out the world. The rule of law is usu­al­ly based on con­cepts of right and wrong, ground­ed in some very wide­ly accept­ed val­ues that have been laid down since ear­li­est times, and even spelled out in Roman law. Since the end of World War II, instead of the con­cept of law nations have been bas­ing their actions on the Unit­ed Nations’ human­is­tic (non-abso­lutist) sit­u­a­tion­al ethics phi­los­o­phy set forth in the state­ments of Gen­er­al Brock Chisholm and Pres­i­dent Har­ry Truman.

Also,  3D pages 42 and 43:

DURING 1948 ALGER HISS, WHO LATER WOULD BE CONVICTED OF SPYING FOR THE SOVIET Union, wrote the pref­ace to Gen. Brock Chisholm’s lec­ture, “The Psy­chi­a­try of Endur­ing Peace and Social Progress,” which was re-pub­lished in Inter­na­tion­al Con­cil­i­a­tion (No. 437, March, 1948, p. 109). Alger Hiss was at that time pres­i­dent of the Carnegie Endow­ment for Inter­na­tion­al Peace, the pub­lish­er of Inter­na­tion­al Con­cil­i­a­tion. The pref­ace to Chisholm’s lec­ture, which rede­fined the word “health,” fol­lows: The World Health Orga­ni­za­tion came into for­mal exis­tence ear­ly in Feb­ru­ary. For near­ly a year and a half its most urgent func­tions have been per­formed by an Inter­im Com­mis­sion. The new spe­cial­ized agency car­ries on one of the most suc­cess­ful parts of the work of the League of Nations. The Con­sti­tu­tion of the World Health Orga­ni­za­tion, how­ev­er, has a far wider basis than that estab­lished for the League orga­ni­za­tion, and embod­ies in its pro­vi­sions the broad­est prin­ci­ples in pub­lic health ser­vice today. Defin­ing health as a “state of com­plete phys­i­cal, men­tal, and social well-being, and not mere­ly the absence of dis­ease 43 or infir­mi­ty,” it includes not only the more con­ven­tion­al fields of activ­i­ty but also mental
health, hous­ing, nutri­tion, eco­nom­ic or work­ing con­di­tions, and admin­is­tra­tive and social tech­niques affect­ing pub­lic health. In no oth­er field is inter­na­tion­al coop­er­a­tion more essen­tial and in no oth­er field has it been more effec­tive and polit­i­cal dif­fer­ence less appar­ent. The present issue of Inter­na­tion­al Con­cil­i­a­tion reviews the his­to­ry of the Inter­im Com­mis­sion through its last meet­ing in Feb­ru­ary. The first World Health Assem­bly will con­vene in June 1948. A brief intro­duc­to­ry arti­cle has been pre­pared by Dr. Brock Chisholm, Exec­u­tive Sec­re­tary, World Health Orga­ni­za­tion, Inter­im Com­mis­sion. Dr. Chisholm is an emi­nent psy­chi­a­trist and served dur­ing the war as Direc­tor-Gen­er­al of Med­ical Ser­vices of the Cana­di­an Army. The main dis­cus­sion of the World Health Orga­ni­za­tion has been con­tributed by C.E.A. Winslow, Pro­fes­sor Emer­i­tus of the Yale Uni­ver­si­ty and Edi­tor of the Amer­i­can Jour­nal of Pub­lic Health. Dr. Winslow has been a mem­ber of the Board of Sci­en­tif­ic Direc­tors of the Inter­na­tion­al Health Divi­sion of the Rock­e­feller Foun­da­tion, Med­ical Direc­tor of the League of the Red Cross Soci­eties, and Expert Asses­sor of the Health Com­mit­tee of the League of Nations.
Alger Hiss, President
New York, New York
Feb­ru­ary 21, 1948

And, in the updat­ed, abridged ver­sion of 3D, pp 114–16 one reads:“Col. Bullis’ s book Human Rela­tions in the Class­room-Course I (Harold Edmund Bullis, Emi­ly E. O’Mal­ley, Delaware State Soci­ety for Men­tal Hygiene, 1947), con­tained the fol­low­ing excerpts in the preface:

In 1932 the Pres­i­dent of the Carnegie Foun­da­tion for the Advance­ment of Teach­ing said to Dr. C. M. Hincks, dis­tin­guished Cana­di­an psy­chi­a­trist and to me, “You in the men­tal hygiene field are mak­ing lieel real progress with edu­ca­tors with your philo­soph­i­cal lec­tures, pam­phlets and books.  Our teach­ers need some­thing to help them meet the every day pupil adjust­ment prob­lems of their class­rooms.  They need sim­ple men­tal hygiene man­u­als and prac­ti­cal les­son plans to help their stu­dents to gain insights regard­ing their emo­tion­al problems.

In 1940 I resigned as Exec­u­tive Offi­cer, the Nation­al Com­mit­tee for Men­tal Hygiene, to endeav­or to work out prac­ti­cal means of intro­duc­ing the teach­ing of pos­i­tive men­tal hygiene prin­ci­ples to nor­mal chil­dren in pub­lic schools.  I wished to devel­op and try out pos­i­tive men­tal hygiene les­son plans, which from the begin­ning I called Human Rela­tions Les­son Plans.

At this time, Dr. M.A. Taru­mi­anz, out­stand­ing psy­chi­atric leader of Delaware, invit­ed me to come to Delaware to start his exper­i­men­tal work under the aus­pices of the delaware State Soci­ety for Men­tal Hygiene.  Short­ly after, the Com­mit­tee on Research in Demen­tia Prae­cox (financed by the Supreme Coun­cil, Scot­tish rite Masons, North­ern Juris­dic­tion) and Mrs. Hen­ry Ittle­son of New York City also made grants to my work.”

[Note from Char­lotte:  the read­er can imag­ine how shocked I was to find that Mrs. Ittle­son, who had rent­ed my fam­i­ly’s house on L.I., was one of the fun­ders of the val­ues destroy­ing cur­ricu­lum I have been going up against since return­ing to the USA in 1970!]

” This com­bined finan­cial sup­port made it pos­si­ble for my capa­ble teach­ing assis­tant, Emi­ly F. O’Mal­ley, and I to car­ry on our exper­i­men­tal work in a num­ber of schools in the State of Delaware, in Nas­sau Coun­ty, New York, and in Broook­lyn, New York.  We had enthu­si­as­tic coop­er­a­tion from the Delaware State Depart­ment of Pub­lic Instruc­tion, the New York City Board of Edu­ca­tion, Hof­s­tra Col­lege, the Uni­ver­si­ty of Delaware and the super­in­ten­dents, prin­ci­pals and teach­ers of the schools in which we were try­ing out our Human Rela­tions classes…

Present indi­ca­tions lead us to believe that start­ing in Sep­tem­ber of 1947, a large per­cent­age of the sixth grade class­es in the pub­lic schools through­out the state of Delaware will have week­ly Human Rela­tions Class­es based on the les­son plans in this book.  Dur­ing the com­ing year we expect to devel­op and try out Human rela­tions in the Classroom–Course II, for those class­es which have had Course I.  In addi­tion, we hope to exper­i­ment with Human Rela­tions Class­es in pri­ma­ry grades, in youth orga­ni­za­tions and in reli­gious education.

Obvi­ous­ly, Col Bullis and his fel­low Men­tal Hygiene Soci­ety mem­bers have been very suc­cess­ful.  Some of the “Human Rela­tions Les­son Plans” bear a strong resem­blance to teach­ing strate­gies con­tained in fed­er­al­ly-fund­ed and devel­oped Cur­ricu­lum for Meet­ing Mod­ern Prob­lems (The New Mod­el Me) and oth­er con­tro­ver­sial Nation­al Dif­fu­sion Net­work pro­grams resist­ed by par­ents in the 1970s to the present.   These pro­grams were so dam­ag­ing and out­ra­geous that the U.S. Sen­ate passed unan­i­mous­ly the Pro­tec­tion of Pupil Rights Amend­ment and sub­se­quent reg­u­la­tions for enforce­ment which — due to change agent chi­canery and oppo­si­tion –were nev­er enforced at the local level.”

Please pur­chase the updat­ed abridged ver­sion of “the delib­er­ate dumb­ing down of amer­i­ca…” in order to ben­e­fit from the update to the orig­i­nal 3D.  The updat­ed ver­sion also explains clear­ly the prob­lems with tax-fund­ed school choice, work­force train­ing, etc., and names names.  Go to for the Updat­ed version. 

Char­lotte Thom­son Iserbyt
For­mer Senior Pol­i­cy Advisor
U.S. Depart­ment of Education