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Decade of Sustainable Development:
Marxist indoctrination of children

[COMMENT: Laura Adelmann makes one mistake.  1994 is not the date at which American public schools began to abandon the teaching of truth as their main purpose, that began back in the 1830's with Horace Mann, et al.  Government is about coercion.  Mann got his inspiration from Prussia, probably the most coercive nation on the face of the earth at that time -- leading spiritually and culturally directly toward Naziism.  Mann came back from Prussia and sold the idea of a state-controlled, tax supported, mandatory schools system to Massachusetts. 

American once had a free-market education system, or non-system, and with it a free market of ideas.  And we had the best educated populace in the world.  Now look at us.  No longer.  See the Education Library for much more on this.  America! Wake up!    E. Fox]


by Laura Adelmann

Sustainable development destroys freedom, creates tyranny

The goal of public schools is not to educate children but to indoctrinate

Soaked in Marxist/Communist propaganda, earth worship, and anti-Christian
bias, national standards - the federal curriculum in all public schools
since 1994 - are intended for the transformation of American society into a
government-controlled collective. As Dr. Shirley McCune stated in a 1989
Governor's Conference on Education, "We no longer see the teaching of facts
and information as the primary outcome of education." The senior director of
the Mid-continent Educational Laboratory, McCune explained further, "What's
happening in America today is a total transformation of our society. We have
moved into a new era."

By its very definition, the "total transformation of our society" first
requires every aspect of our life as we know it be destroyed: Government,
economy and lifestyle. To accomplish the destruction is a tool called
"sustainable development."

At first blush, you'd think sustainable development would pertain to
construction or physical planning, which - in part - it does. Sustainable
development is connected to mass transit, stacked, crowded housing plans and
the creation of millions of acres of wild areas where human access is
restricted or banned. But the scope of sustainable development is much
broader, and is being implemented to impact every facet of human life.

Imposed by the United Nations, sustainable development is key to the
destruction of American culture, values, ethics and foundational principles;
it is designed to dictate everything people do, think and believe, and will
recreate how government and business operate. Our tax dollars are funding
this societal transformation as evidenced in our public schools, where
2005-2014 is declared the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development.

According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization (UNESCO), the UN's Earth Charter is an "important ethical
framework" and "educational tool" for use in the Decade of Education for
Sustainable Development. The Earth Charter, says UNESCO, "contains
fundamental principles for building a just, sustainable and peaceful global
society."A global society, also called "one-world government" is the true
purpose of sustainable development. Particularly revealing is one of the
primary principles emphasized by the Earth Charter.

Under this principle, there will be "acceptance of the constraints imposed
by preservation of the common good is indispensable to the exercise of
Translation: The people will meekly submit to imposed restrictions for
whatever most benefits government - also known as "the common good," a
Communist precept. And, though enslaved, people will be told they are free.
This principle is one of several classified by the UN as being "of the
utmost importance," and to which all member nations (including the United
States) must embrace.

Under Earth Charter/sustainable development principles, freedom is redefined
as acceptance of constraints, a bold-face lie. The lies are necessary,
because for sustainable development to rule, true freedom - America, the
land of the free - needs to be destroyed. Enter the Decade of Education for
Sustainable Development and the transformation of society.

This is why our children know very little of their blessed heritage, our
Founding Fathers and the freedom they won through prayer and battle,
sacrifice, honor, commitment and wisdom. American independence was defined
upon this basic truth: That freedom, life, liberty, property, is granted not
by man, but from the Creator God (of the Bible), and it is government's
primary responsibility is to defend those unalienable rights. Under
sustainable development, public schools, led by useful idiots or those too
scared to speak up for truth, are indoctrinating for the destruction of
freedom. Our culture, history, beliefs, economic system and founding must be
washed from the minds of the next generation, because sustainable
development principles, as defined in the Earth Charter, are completely
antithetical to America and freedom.

So, instead of preserving our heritage, kids are taught radical
environmentalism, an efficient tool to implement the sustainable development
system. Under the radical green-washing curriculum, human existence is
subjugated to that of toads and hoot owls because each person's "ecological
footprint" could destroy "critical habitat" for a salamander, impacting the
whole of nature. Therefore, government must dictate how we work, what we
eat, where we live, where we go, how we get there, the goal is to control
our behaviors and decisions.

Sustainable development and it's founding Earth Charter is integral to the
new purpose of public schools: As McCune accurately described it, "the
transformation of [American] society."The next generation is being
indoctrinated to not only accept the radical enslavement that is sustainable
development, but to encourage its emergence. Its principles are intended to
establish world government, a tyrannical power.

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Laura Adelmann is a Staff Writer for the New Media Alliance.  She is an
award-winning investigative reporter and researcher who stands for the
conservative Christian values that founded America. She has a passion for
truth, integrity and accuracy, as well as a love of research.  Her work,
which includes news articles, investigative stories and opinion pieces, has
appeared in Minnesota Christian Chronicle, Pro-Family News and numerous
local newspapers in Dakota County, Minnesota. Laura has also written copy
for conservative candidates running for state and national offices.

The opinions expressed in this column represent those of the author and do
not necessarily reflect the opinions, views, or philosophy of TheRealityCheck.org

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