Exposed! Public Education is Indoctrination
“Education that prepares students to accept a cog-like existence in our military-industrial-social-welfare-regulation complex is ideal.”
Excerpt from “The Occult Technology of Power,” a manual published in 1974 used to instruct an Illuminati heir.
July 4, 2011
In order to maintain our system of power, the institution of universal public education is indispensable…
The primary purpose of public education is to inculcate the idea that our crucial institutions of coercion and monopoly were created for the public good by popular national heroes to blunt the past power of the malefactors of great wealth. Crucial is to create the impression that, although the people have been exploited in the past, today the wealthy are at the mercy of an all-powerful government which is firmly in the hands of the people or do-good liberals…
Centralization of control [of education] at the state, or preferably national level, assists in building the climate of opinion we require in public education. Failing to obliterate local control, other methods nearly as effective are available.
Our overwhelming financial clout in the publishing industry can induce relatively uniform textbook selection. Further leverage can be created by promoting teacher colleges and teaching machines. National teacher’s associations and unions are also an excellent power base from which to foster our programs of indoctrination.
With our great influence in publishing and publicity we are able to, selectively popularize educational theorists whose views are incidentally beneficial, compatible, or at least not in conflict with our own goals.
This way we obtain sincere, energetic activists to propagate our desires without having to reveal our motives or even existence. We do not want an educational system that produces hard-driving individuals bent on amassing great wealth and power.
Therefore, we discourage education that would develop the potential powers of students to their fullest. “Liberal” education that stresses knowledge for its own sake or even sophistry and sterile mental gymnastics is of no danger to us.
“Relevant,” vocational, or career-oriented education also poses no danger to our power.
Education that prepares students to accept a cog-like existence in our military-industrial-social-welfare-regulation complex is ideal. Progressive education with its stress on “social adjustment” also produces the conformity we require of our subjects.