Reagan Administration Allowed Soviet Takeover of Education

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Dur­ing the Rea­gan Admin­is­tra­tion a woman named Char­lotte Thom­son Iser­byt was serv­ing as the Senior Pol­i­cy Advi­sor, U.S. Depart­ment of Edu­ca­tion before she was fired for expos­ing what was going on there.

Charlotte Thomson IserbytShe blew the whis­tle on the “sovi­eti­za­tion” of our edu­ca­tion­al sys­tem and sub­se­quent­ly authored the book Delib­er­ate Dumb­ing Down of Amer­i­ca The Delib­er­ate Dumb­ing Down of Amer­i­ca by Char­lotte Iser­byt.

She says, “One can­not win a war if one does not know EXACTLY who the ene­my is and call it by its prop­er name: COMMUNISM

Not UN Agen­da 21, not social­ism, – not cor­po­rate fas­cism, not fas­cism, not com­mu­ni­tar­i­an­ism, not region­al­ism, but a com­bi­na­tion of all those isms: COMMUNISM

The Unit­ed States does not have an “ism” form of gov­ern­ment. Why are we accept­ing this dead­ly change in governance?

Yes, “com­mu­nism”, with a big “C”, a lit­tle “c”, what we have been told is dead.

We have been lied to by the left and the right, by Repub­li­cans and Democrats.

All the restruc­tur­ing of all our gov­ern­men­tal sys­tems, includ­ing edu­ca­tion, and many of our pri­vate­ly owned sys­tems is now based on “state plan­ning, Five Year Plans”, etc.

This merg­er start­ed in 1958 when Pres­i­dent Eisen­how­er signed the first agree­ments with the Sovi­et Union at the peak of the Cold War, to merge our two coun­tries. The agree­ments cov­ered every aspect of our two nations’ lives: defense, space, edu­ca­tion, arts, med­i­cine, sci­ence, etc.

The major edu­ca­tion agree­ment took place in 1985 (Rea­gan-Gor­bachev) and Carnegie-Sovi­et Acad­e­my of Science.”

This file explains more of what else hap­pened dur­ing that time.

Edu-Gate Wash­ing­ton Times Arti­cle 1987 Edu_Gate_WA_Times1987

Fur­ther Mrs. Iser­byt tells us…

The USA-USSR Edu­ca­tion Exchange Agree­ment signed between Gor­bachev and Rea­gan is more impor­tant today than ever. This info was boy­cotted by neo­con­ser­v­a­tive move­ment but patri­ots paid $5,000 to put the ad in The Wash­ing­ton Times.

My fly­er “Sovi­ets in the Class­room, America’s Lat­est Edu­ca­tion Fad”, 1989, was also boy­cotted by neo­con­ser­v­a­tive media. Final­ly pub­lished when patri­ot Robert Mor­ris became Pres­i­dent of America’s Future and found it in his desk draw­er (for­mer Pres­i­dent of America’s Future wouldn’t pub­lish it). Mor­ris had it print­ed in America’s Future pub­li­ca­tion five years after I had writ­ten it.

Read the fly­er here: Sovi­ets in the Class­room: Iserbyt_Soviets_in_class

I also have a page from an agree­ment enti­tled “Pro­gram of Coop­er­a­tion and Exchanges between the U.S.A. and the USSR for 1989–1991″ (Ha! Ha!, ref­er­ence to 1991 when the wall came down!!) which calls for: “Plac­ing of mon­u­ments to well-known cul­tur­al fig­ures on the ter­ri­to­ry of the two countries.

And this was nego­ti­at­ed and signed two years before the fall of the Sovi­et Union!

Wake up peo­ple; we have been had!

The USSR nev­er fell apart. Read Ana­toly Golitsyn’s book “Per­e­stroi­ka Decep­tion”. Golit­syn was a defec­tor; had held a posi­tion high up in the USSR government.”

Some quotes from Pres­i­dent Reagan’s good friend Gorbachev:

Mikhail Gor­bachev quotes:

In Octo­ber 1917, we part­ed with the old world, reject­ing it once and for all. We are mov­ing toward a new world, a world of Com­mu­nism. We shall nev­er turn off that road.”

Gen­tle­men, com­rades, do not be con­cerned about all you hear about Glas­nost and Per­e­stroi­ka and democ­ra­cy in the com­ing years. They are pri­mar­i­ly for out­ward con­sump­tion. There will be no sig­nif­i­cant inter­nal changes in the Sovi­et Union, oth­er than for cos­met­ic pur­pos­es. Our pur­pose is to dis­arm the Amer­i­cans and let them fall asleep.”

Those who hope that we shall move away from the social­ist path will be great­ly dis­ap­point­ed. Every part of our pro­gram of per­e­stroi­ka … is ful­ly based on the prin­ci­ple of more social­ism and more democ­ra­cy. … I would like to be clear­ly under­stood … we, the Sovi­et peo­ple, are for social­ism. … We want more social­ism and, there­fore, more democ­ra­cy. … More social­ism means more democ­ra­cy, open­ness and col­lec­tivism in every­day life. … We will pro­ceed toward bet­ter social­ism rather than away from it. We are say­ing this hon­est­ly, with­out try­ing to fool our own peo­ple or the world. Any hopes that we will begin to build a dif­fer­ent, non-social­ist soci­ety and go over to the oth­er camp are unre­al­is­tic and futile. Those in the West who expect us to give up social­ism will be dis­ap­point­ed. … It’s my con­vic­tion that the human race has entered a stage where we are all depen­dent on each oth­er. No oth­er coun­try or nation should be regard­ed in total sep­a­ra­tion from anoth­er, let alone pit­ted against anoth­er. That’s what our com­mu­nist vocab­u­lary calls inter­na­tion­al­ism and it means pro­mot­ing uni­ver­sal human values.”

In our dis­cus­sions here at the forum there was no trace of the futile debate about what is bet­ter, cap­i­tal­ism or socialism…We should seek a syn­the­sis of ideas and val­ues that have proven their viability…”

Fur­ther glob­al progress is now pos­si­ble only through a quest for uni­ver­sal con­sen­sus in the move­ment towards a new world order.”

I am a Com­mu­nist, a con­vinced Com­mu­nist! For some that may be a fan­ta­sy. But to me it is my main goal.”