Common Core Poison

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Charlotte Thomson IserbytOne Drop at a Time .…glass of milk

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Would you drink a glass of milk that con­tained a drop of arsenic? That is what Amer­i­can pub­lic is being asked to swal­low.

The fol­low­ing is a per­fect exam­ple (“trag­ic” might be a bet­ter adjec­tive) of how our very good peo­ple buy into the big con­trolled right/left media lie. First, see this arti­cle pub­lished by Top Right News:

Fresh off a stun­ning re-elec­tion in a three-way race for Maine’s gov­er­nor, Paul LeP­age is not wast­ing any time mak­ing good on a major cam­paign promise: to slash funds for cities who give wel­fare to ille­gal aliens.

LeP­age — called “America’s Cra­zi­est Gov­er­nor” by Politi­co — was wide­ly expect­ed to lose by the media and even Repub­li­can estab­lish­ment ear­li­er this year. But he con­found­ed the con­ven­tion­al wis­dom of “mod­er­a­tion” on immi­gra­tion in “mid­dle of the road” Maine, by putting his fight against ille­gals in Maine front and cen­ter. Vot­ers ral­lied to his side when he ral­lied to theirs.

Yes, Maine’s Gov­er­nor LeP­age has done many good things, for which many Main­ers are pleased. How­ev­er, at the same time he is facil­i­tat­ing the loss of rep­re­sen­ta­tive gov­ern­ment in the USA by his strong sup­port for tax-fund­ed pri­vate edu­ca­tion and espe­cial­ly tax-fund­ed char­ter schools, which are in real­i­ty pub­lic schools. Char­ter schools have NO elect­ed school boards. Char­ters oper­ate out­side of the over­sight or con­trol of vot­ers, cit­i­zens and par­ents!

With char­ter schools there is zero account­abil­i­ty to the tax­pay­ers who fund them. Tax­pay­ers’ hard-earned mon­ey will in the future go into the pock­ets of the glob­al­ist cor­po­ra­tions whose desire is to cre­ate The New Sovi­et Man (life­long Sovi­et poly­tech­ni­cal edu­ca­tion being imple­ment­ed across the nation today through tax-fund­ed school choice pro­pos­als, includ­ing char­ters with unelect­ed boards). AKA “Lim­it­ed Learn­ing for Life­long Labor.

poisonMean­while I got the fol­low­ing e-mail about Gov. LeP­age from a good, but naive Amer­i­can that referred to the TopRight arti­cle above, and wrote the fol­low­ing “prayer request” for Gov. LeP­age:

May THIS man’s stance be EMBRACED and SPREAD all over Amer­i­ca!—

Heav­en­ly Father, we ASK YOU, in the Name of JESUS CHRIST, to enlight­en every Gov­er­nor in Amer­i­ca regard­ing the impor­tance of elim­i­nat­ing wel­fare ben­e­fits and pub­lic edu­ca­tion for ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS in Amer­i­ca. YOU know exact­ly HOW to change the heart of a king, and we look to YOU to deliv­er us from the destruc­tive enact­ments of the ‘res­i­dent’ in the People’s House in W.D.C.…

There is a prob­lem here. No one is oppos­ing prayer. But, this arti­cle cit­ed above, pub­lished by TopRight, is a pri­ma­ry source of Neo-Con­ser­v­a­tive media bias!

TopRight is an Atlanta-based strate­gic mar­ket­ing con­sult­ing firm spe­cial­iz­ing in con­tem­po­rary busi­ness brand and mar­ket­ing strat­e­gy, oper­at­ing strat­e­gy and mar­ket­ing exe­cu­tion, and best prac­tice research. Indus­try ana­lysts such as For­rester Research, Gart­ner Group, AMR Research, and main­stream media such as Fox News, For­tune, Forbes, Busi­ness 2.0, and CEO Mag­a­zine, reg­u­lar­ly look to TopRight for strate­gic mar­ket­ing insight. TopRight also spe­cial­izes in Cre­ative, Spon­sor­ship, Mar­ket­ing Tech­nol­o­gy and Man­aged Ana­lyt­ics. TopRight cur­rent­ly has offices in Atlanta, Geor­gia, Chica­go, New York and Wash­ing­ton, DC.

Once we have lost the right to vote (exem­pli­fied by char­ter schools), the oth­er issues/questions which the Neo­con­ser­v­a­tive Trot­skyites right­ful­ly oppose (and make so much mon­ey oppos­ing… out of your pock­ets) — hot but­ton issues like abor­tion, tak­ing away our gun and land own­er­ship rights, UN Agen­da 21 (regionalism/communism) etc. — will be MOOT issues since the gov­ern­ment will have a free hand in tak­ing those pro­tect­ed rights away with the click of the Wash­ing­ton, D.C. mouse. And, since we have lost our right to vote (tax­a­tion with­out rep­re­sen­ta­tion) we will have no way to reg­is­ter our objec­tions to any of the above ital­i­cized issues.

arsenic3I am dis­gust­ed by this ad sup­port­ing a man who knows bet­ter. I explained the above prob­lem with char­ters to LeP­age the day before he was inau­gu­rat­ed as Gov­er­nor of Maine. The con­ver­sa­tion went like this:

Hel­lo, Mrs. Iser­byt. I am call­ing you in regard to char­ter schools. Please explain to me why you find them dan­ger­ous.”

I explained exact­ly what I have spelled out above. I told him that

the only real­ly impor­tant dif­fer­ence between a pub­licly-fund­ed tra­di­tion­al pub­lic school and a pub­licly-fund­ed char­ter school is that char­ter schools have NO elect­ed school boards so there is no account­abil­i­ty to the tax­pay­ers.”

LeP­age respond­ed,

Well, we will have to do some­thing about THAT.”

To which I replied,

Gov­er­nor, if you do some­thing about THAT, you will be right back where you are right now, with a tax-fund­ed pub­lic school which takes its order from UNESCO and the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment, which has an elect­ed school board.”

Con­trol through tax fund­ing is hor­ri­ble enough, but at least under the tra­di­tion­al pub­lic school sys­tem we have the right to com­plain and to change things at the bal­lot box!

Wake up, peo­ple. Wake up!arsenic2

Let me ask every­one a ques­tion in regard to the Neo­con­ser­v­a­tive agen­da which appears to be so con­ser­v­a­tive. WHY do they oppose all the things tra­di­tion­al con­ser­v­a­tives oppose, with one excep­tion: the right of the tax­pay­er to be rep­re­sent­ed on the issue of edu­ca­tion.”

Look at it this way: Every part of the neo­con­ser­v­a­tive agen­da, oppo­si­tion to all all com­mu­nist pro­pos­als, looks won­der­ful, and we can almost give “them” an A+, can’t we?

How­ev­er, what hap­pens to a glass of pure, fresh from the cow, milk, if one puts a drop of poi­son in it (e.g., the poi­son of tak­ing away vot­er rep­re­sen­ta­tion)?

The char­ter “solu­tion” is a tox­ic mix­ture
for vot­ers, cit­i­zens, par­ents and chil­dren

The charter "solution" is a toxic mixture  for voters, citizens, parents and children

The char­ter “solu­tion” is a tox­ic mix­ture
for vot­ers, cit­i­zens, par­ents and chil­dren

Go to my arti­cles at NewsWithViews.com and my hun­dreds of posts at abcsofdumbdown.blogspot.com for com­plete doc­u­men­ta­tion on the this part of neo­con­ser­v­a­tive agen­da which will ulti­mate­ly destroy our form of rep­re­sen­ta­tive gov­ern­ment over which we fought and won the Rev­o­lu­tion­ary War.