Wednesday, 13 January 2010
Socialist History Lessons (children are the future, after all)
Show some enthusiasm please. (We didn't pay to have that familiar portrait of Gordon on the classroom wall for nothing.)
First of all, let's consider.
Stalin: Monster or necessary evil?
Look back through the pages in this topic - Stalin - and find the evidence that suggests:
- Either that Stalin was a necessary evil - cruel, but the genius who was needed to modernise and save Russia.
- Or that Stalin was an out-and-out monster who achieved little and hurt millions. You will find that there is evidence for both views.
Hmm, what a tough decision!
Next, and remember indoctrination works best if you do it almost subliminally, check out this little detail, read carefully:
Russian Provincial Government and its problems
The Provisional Government did little to deal with its opponents. Even after the Bolsheviks rebelled in July 1917, it allowed Lenin to preach his popular message of 'all power to the Soviets'. People came to despise the Provisional Government.
For as we all know, a government is a failure if it doesn't shut down dangerous dissenting speech! Your kids are being taught this.
League of Nations - aims, organisations and powers
The Covenant of the League of Nations was built into the Treaty of Versailles at the end of the First World War. The League was Wilson's dream for a new world order - a new way of conducting foreign affairs that would abolish war and keep the world safe, but less than a quarter of a century later Wilson's dream lay in ruins.
Aims, strengths and weaknesses - the basics
The League of Nations was set up by the Treaty of Versailles.
- Its aims were to stop wars, encourage disarmament, and make the world a better place by improving people's working conditions, and by tackling disease.
- Its organisation comprised an assembly, which met once a year; a council, which met more regularly to consider crises; a small secretariat to handle the paperwork; a Court of International Justice; and a number of committees such as the International Labour Organisation and the Health Committee to carry out its humanitarian work.
- Its main strengths was that it had set up by the Treaty of Versailles, which every nation had signed, and it had 58 nations as members by the 1930s. To enforce its will, it could offer arbitration through the Court of International Justice, or apply trade sanctions against countries that went to war.
- Its main weaknesses were the fact that it was set up by the Treaty of Versailles (which every nation hated); that its aims were too ambitious; that Germany, Russia and the USA were not members; that it had no army; that its organisation was cumbersome; and that decisions had to be unanimous.
First of all, the whole 'world peace' thing relating to the NWO is bull. Their idea of peace, like Marx's, is 'the absence of opposition to socialism'. (In other words, absence of opposition to them.) It seems Wilson and Obama share the same 'dream'...
Re 'encourage disarmament' - depends on who you're disarming I guess. Could be OK if it's a tyrant and his government. But most disarmament efforts are made with so-called 'militias' (ie ordinary people), who should be armed as a safeguard of their freedom.
'Tackling disease' is a nice way of saying "making a killing by using taxpayer money to purchase billions of vaccines and drugs from our friends at Big Pharma so that we can 'treat' and 'prevent' diseases, and invent new ones to be 'treated' and 'prevented'". I don't want to get too much into this now, but if you haven't already, look into the dissenters against vaccines and other Big Pharma drug dealing, because they have good information.
As for 'it had no army', that is just blatant. Should there have been an army? Even the UN today only has a small number of 'peacekeepers' (as in 'War is Peace'). A World Army is still, thankfully, a mere imagination. Who are they to fight? Well you know who. You. That is kind of the plan in the 'new world order' that actually exists, rather than the failed League of Nations one that was merely in Woodrow Wilson's dreams.
Underlying Causes of the First World War
The page doesn't miss the opportunity to lump nationalism together with imperialism and militarism as causes of the war. This fits into the one-world-government propaganda that 'nations = war, globalisation = peace'. Also it misdefines nationalism (presumably on purpose), saying nationalism is:
...the belief that your country is better than others. This meant nations were assertive and aggressive.
You see, I would have said 'pride in one's nation'. I would have added the further caveat that pride in one's nation does not ever mean pride in one's government, since most governments are merely a blight on their respective nations. Nationalism/localism is the antidote we need to globalism; it's peaceful, libertarian, and the only way to safeguard freedom is at the individual and regional levels. (the further government gets away from its people, the worse and more unaccountable it gets)
Don't worry, I've saved the best 'til last, the pinnacle of socialist propaganda...
Benefits of the welfare state
Really the whole thing dresses up government stealing and setting arbitrary rules as being charitable and philanthropic, which is a huge fallacy. Because it's not. But here's the really good bit:
Marshall Aid (1948) - the government used Marshall Aid to get industry going. The government nationalised the road haulage, railways and coal industries in 1947 and steel in 1951.
By adopting the ideas in the economist JM Keynes's book - the "General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money" (1936) - the government learned how to keep the economy vibrant by increasing public spending. This meant that there has never been a depression like the one of the 1930s again.
Yay! We used money from the US to set up government monopolies in many industries (which collapsed because ALL government run things are corrupt and unsustainable, including the military by the way).
We have also learned that, as Obama and Gordon say today, government spending helps the economy. Honest it's true, the little fascist Keynes told me so. It's not a way to covertly steal the peoples' wealth by undermining (via criminal counterfeit, no less) the value of money...honest.
Kids should be taught Austrian economics instead. But they aren't, because that would run contrary to what the state wants our wee ones to think. Keynes is the deity, worship ever spiralling government spending which mostly goes to the rich. Then when there is a huge currency collapse (I'm thinking USD - soon), and there may well be a depression after that, never acknowledge how decades of ever increasing government spending was the sole cause.
Ultimately, it's your kids being taught this bollocks!
And apparently, it's worse in America:
Schools are a model for Communitarianism. This is the New World Order in one word. The balancing of rights with duties (meaning, you have no rights).
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And You Tell Me There's No Suppressed Technology?
It's another of those 'conspiracy theories' that good citizens don't notice. Imagine the standard of living if all the secret technology was released to the public...we'd be "free and independent" as JFK said! No more poverty anywhere! Can you imagine being sick enough to withhold such technology from society just to maintain your position of control? (Bearing in mind that we don't know just how much technological capability is being withheld, because, duh, it's secret.) What did Nikola Tesla really develop?
Individual Liberty? But that's "selfish"!
No, we need to look after each other voluntarily without having a government do all that at gunpoint. Sounds absurd at first but soon you realise that the reason it sounds so is because of the very unfree nature of our current existence. Envision greater possibilities! Ok, some kind of massive wake-up would be needed before this kind of free, responsible, uncontrollable society could emerge. And that's what we are seeing day by day in the world - a massive waking up of the previously enslaved masses (including myself I must add!)