Diane Gilbert (20 Oct 2011)
"Re: Jim Bramlett, Suicide of a Superpower"


Jim quoted an amazon.com review of Patrick Buchanan’s book of the same name: 


"America was born a Western Christian republic, writes Buchanan, but is being transformed into a multiracial, multicultural, multilingual, multiethnic stew of a nation that has no successful precedent in the history of the world.  Where once we celebrated the unity, the melting pot and shared experience, that the Depression and World War gave us, our elites today proclaim, “Our diversity is our greatest strength!” -- even as racial, religious, and ethnic diversity are tearing nations to pieces."


I can testify to this, first-hand, that this is what is being taught in our public school system in America, verbatim.  About six years ago, my daughter was completing her work towards a Masters degree in Education from Loyola Marymont University in Los Angeles.  She was studying for her final exam, and I read from the official textbook of the California school system, which is being taught to our educators.  This system was to be duplicated in every state school system throughout the United States. 


What Pat Buchanan says here is EXACTLY what is being taught.  I was infuriated when I read the Loyola Marymount textbook.  It taught that America is nothing more than a hodge-podge of DIVERSE cultures and nationalities with no unifying heritage, culture, or Constitution.  It said our Constitution is a “living document”.   The message being taught was total overthrow of the United States Constitution.  A word used repetitively in this textbook was “overarching”.  This is the “overarching” message that is taught from Kindergarten through 12th grade, each successive grade building on the principles taught before it.  It is the total, fundamental destruction of everything our nation stands for, as it was created by our founding fathers.


It really struck me to read these same words written by Buchanan.  We are witnessing the fulfillment of this evil plan handed down to the individual States by the United States Department of Education.  Parents have nothing to say about this, nothing!


How similar is the control of our educational system to that in Communist Russia?  The following taken from the History of the Soviet Union.


“… in the late 1920’s and 1930’s, Russia encouraged liberal teaching methods.   Stalin then exercised rigid control over textbooks, curricula, and teaching methods.  ….  Stalin used the schools effectively to shape "the new Soviet man," who thought and acted as instructed by the Party.”