Chinese Mom Spills The Red Beans!

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Charlotte Thomson IserbytTells the truth about Com­mon Core being Communist!

 Watch Lily’s speech by watch­ing the video.

I have been warn­ing for years that this is Com­mu­nist. Here is an amaz­ing and coura­geous teti­mo­ny by Lily Tang Williams! Her speech is report­ed about in an arti­cle titled Chi­nese-Amer­i­can Mom Says Com­mon Core Is Just Like Edu­ca­tion in Com­mu­nist Chi­na: “Do you just want your kids to be test machines and cheap work­ers for cor­po­ra­tions?” by Paula Bol­yard post­ed Novem­ber 30th:

Lily Tang Williams, a moth­er of three, tes­ti­fied before the Col­orado State Board of Edu­ca­tion that Com­mon Core was sim­i­lar to the edu­ca­tion she received grow­ing up in Mao’s Com­mu­nist China.

Com­mon Core, in my eyes, is the same as the Com­mu­nist core I once saw in Chi­na,” Williams said. “I grew up under Mao’s regime and we had the Com­mu­nist-dom­i­nat­ed edu­ca­tion — nation­al­ized test­ing, nation­al­ized cur­ricu­lum, and nation­al­ized indoctrination.”

Watch Lily’s speech by click­ing HERE and then watch­ing the video

In a post at Free­dom­Works, Williams wrote about her expe­ri­ence with the Chi­nese edu­ca­tion sys­tem:

Our teach­ers had to com­ply with all the cur­ricu­lum and test­ing require­ments, or lose their jobs for­ev­er. Par­ents had no choice at all when it came to what we learned in school. The gov­ern­ment used the House­hold Reg­is­tra­tion and Per­son­nel File sys­tem to keep track of its cit­i­zens from birth to death.

It is only fair to give Free­dom Works the ben­e­fit of the doubt regard­ing its sup­port for tax-fund­ed school choice and char­ters with unelect­ed boards. Per­haps Free­dom Works is not aware that tax-fund­ed school choice/charters with unelect­ed boards are nec­es­sary for imple­men­ta­tion of the com­mu­nist Chinese/Russian poly­tech­ni­cal education.

Lily Tang Williams, whose tes­ti­mo­ny Free­dom Works post­ed, is describ­ing the very sys­tem sup­port­ed by Free­dom Works and oth­er neo­con­ser­v­a­tive orga­ni­za­tions. She even points out that “par­ents had no choice at all when it came to what we learned in school.” She is describ­ing accu­rate­ly what will hap­pen when all schools are char­ter schools in the USA, with no elect­ed boards!

Below is the full text of Lily Williams com­ments which is being re-post­ed in its entire­ty in case it gets scrubbed:

When I was grow­ing up under Mao’s regime in Chi­na, we were told to chant every­day in the gov­ern­ment run pub­lic schools, “Long Live Chair­man Mao, Long Live Com­mu­nist Par­ty.” We were required to write in our dairies every day and turn them in for teach­ers to review. In the dairies, we were sup­posed to con­fess our incor­rect thoughts to Mao or do self crit­i­cism, or report any­thing bad we heard or saw from oth­er stu­dents, fam­i­ly, and friends. We would mem­o­rize Mao’s Quo­ta­tions and recite them aloud dur­ing class. For school fun activ­i­ties, we would dress up as Chi­nese minor­i­ty peo­ple in their cos­tumes to sing and dance, thank­ing Mao and Com­mu­nist Par­ty from sav­ing them from pover­ty, or dressed up like sol­diers to fight for new Chi­na. Mao was like a god to me. I would see him ris­ing from the stove fire or talk­ing to me from the clouds.

We all tru­ly believed in Mao and Com­mu­nism because we were com­plete­ly indoc­tri­nat­ed and did not have any oth­er infor­ma­tion. We had nation­al­ized cur­ricu­lum and tests, one of the sub­jects we had to study was Pol­i­tics (Com­mu­nist Party’s his­to­ry, Karl Marx­ism, Mao Zedong Thought, etc.). Our teach­ers had to com­ply with all the cur­ricu­lum and test­ing require­ments, or lose their jobs for­ev­er. Par­ents had no choice at all when it came to what we learned in school.

The gov­ern­ment used the House­hold Reg­is­tra­tion and Per­son­nel File sys­tem to keep track of its cit­i­zens from birth to death. This old pho­to of me in Mao’s Red Guard uni­form was used in my Mid­dle School Stu­dent File which doc­u­ment­ed every­thing: age, gen­der, par­ents, their jobs and polit­i­cal class, reli­gion, sib­lings, home address, your grades, awards, pun­ish­ments, polit­i­cal­ly incor­rect speech­es, bad behav­iors, etc. Then, this file fol­lowed me to my high school, col­lege, my first job, my future jobs, etc. It was shared by all the gov­ern­ment agen­cies and employers.

Before I left for Amer­i­ca to pur­sue a master’s degree, my com­mu­nist boss made me to sign a paper to promise to return to my job after my grad­u­ate study or my file would be returned back to my home­town Cheng­du in Sichuan Province. I was a law school assis­tant pro­fes­sor at Fudan Uni­ver­si­ty in Shang­hai at that time, which is one of the top Chi­nese uni­ver­si­ties. Send­ing my file back to my home­town meant that I would lose my legal career for­ev­er and have a black spot in my file which would make it very hard to get anoth­er good job. I had to sign it in order for my employ­er to release me so I could apply for my pass­port with their con­sent papers. Even though I final­ly broke the track­ing of Chi­nese gov­ern­ment of me by com­ing to Amer­i­ca, I still feel, some­times, that I am haunt­ed by my file. When I did not return, the file went back to my home­town, Cheng­du, and is some­where in a local secu­ri­ty or police office today.I want to use my sto­ry as a Chi­nese immi­grant to wake up Amer­i­cans because this coun­try is the Shin­ing City on the Hill I came here for. From the NSA keep­ing records on us in mas­sive data­bas­es to Com­mon Core nation­al­iza­tion of exams and cur­ricu­lum; what is hap­pen­ing now is very unlike the Amer­i­ca I came to find. The worst, I fear, is that Com­mon Core could be used by the gov­ern­ment and cor­po­ra­tions to do data col­lec­tion and data min­ing on our chil­dren. What else could come to take away more of our rights and pri­va­cy? Our free­dom is very pre­cious and we must fight to keep it. With­out free­dom, you are just a slave, no mat­ter how much mon­ey you have. Trust me to say this because I have lived under tyran­ny before and will nev­er want to live in it again. I took a long jour­ney from tyran­ny to lib­er­ty. I don’t want to go back into tyran­ny. (Source)

Notice the Mao image above the blackboard

Notice the Mao image above the blackboard

In 1994 the Sec­ond Annu­al Mod­el Schools Con­fer­ence spon­sored by the Inter­na­tion­al Cen­ter for Lead­er­ship in Edu­ca­tion, Inc. (ICLE—whose direc­tor is Dr. Willard R. Daggett, pre­vi­ous­ly employed as a co-train­er with William Spady at Out­come-Based Edu­ca­tion train­ing ses­sions spon­sored by Spady’s High Suc­cess Net­work) was held on June 26–29, 1994 in Atlanta, Geor­gia. Of spe­cial inter­est was the pre­sen­ta­tion giv­en by Su Lin, founder and chair­woman of Chi­na Inter­na­tion­al Intel­lec­tu­al Resources Devel­op­ment Cen­ter for Chil­dren (CICC), who stat­ed the Red Chi­nese Com­mu­nist phi­los­o­phy on education:

“I am strong­ly against par­ents or teach­ers who impose their own views and demands on the children.…

Chances and con­di­tions for edu­ca­tion should be equal for every child….”

Read­ers can access the full text of this con­fer­ence by read­ing pages 334–336 of my book the delib­er­ate dumb­ing down of amer­i­ca.

In 1977 Mary F. Berry, assis­tant sec­re­tary in the U.S. Office of Edu­ca­tion, gave a speech at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Illi­nois pos­i­tive­ly tout­ing Red Chi­nese edu­ca­tion. Here is a sum­ma­ry of her speech which was pub­lished in the August 1978 issue of The Nation­al Edu­ca­tor:

Red Chi­na has elim­i­nat­ed test­ing and grades. The U.S. is rapid­ly going the same route. Test­ing is being down­grad­ed and scoffed at, and grades, where they do exist are just about meaningless.

For the Red Chi­nese, accord­ing to Ms. Berry, truth is a rel­a­tive con­cept. In the U.S. schools stu­dents are taught the same thing in “val­ues clar­i­fi­ca­tion.” It’s called sit­u­a­tion ethics and it means it’s okay to lie or cheat or steal or kill when it suits your purpose.

In Red Chi­na, accord­ing to Ms. Berry, edu­ca­tion must serve the mass­es. Dit­to the U.S. Only the seman­tics are dif­fer­ent here. In the U.S. edu­ca­tion is not designed for the ben­e­fit of indi­vid­u­als, but for soci­ety. “Soci­ety” or “masses”—what’s the difference?

In Red Chi­na, accord­ing to Ms. Berry, edu­ca­tion must be com­bined with pro­duc­tive labor and starts at six years of age, with chil­dren work­ing at least one hour a day pro­duc­ing voice box­es for dolls. At the mid­dle school lev­el, chil­dren make auto parts as part of the school day. We are not at this low lev­el, but Sec­re­tary Berry frankly admits, “We will draw on the Chi­nese mod­el.…” We are fast approach­ing the Chi­nese mod­el. We have work/study pro­grams and the U.S. Office of Edu­ca­tion is work­ing on devel­op­ment of Life­long Learn­ing programs—another Chi­nese import. Such pro­grams will enable peo­ple to work and study their entire lives for the ben­e­fit of the state.… [Keep read­ing on pages 149–150 of my book] 

(Source. Be sure to check out the other photo images at this webpage.)

(Source. Be sure to check out the oth­er pho­to images at this webpage.)

A Ger­man father liv­ing in Amer­i­ca sim­i­lar­ly spilled the beans in the mid-1990s regard­ing Per­for­mance-Based Out­comes Based Edu­ca­tion being Hitler’s edu­ca­tion sys­tem. He naive­ly believed that his voice would be lis­tened to in the Amer­i­can sys­tem. He went before his local school board to ask why it would be adopt­ing this non-aca­d­e­m­ic “less is more” work­force training/indoctrination sys­tem. He wrote let­ters to his con­gress­men and talked with his sen­a­tor. He was thrown in an immi­grant jail on hyped up charges and found him­self deport­ed from the USA and sent back to Germany!