Federal Reserve To Take Propaganda To The Schoolroom

Discussion in 'Politics' started by xmaspoo, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Fed To Take Propaganda To The Schoolroom: Will Teach Grade 8-12 Students About Constitutionality Of... The Fed | ZeroHedge

    Yet the oddest thing about the lesson plan is visual #4. It speaks for itself:


    Well thanks for the warning...

    Full lesson:

    Constitutionality of Central Bank

    I never learned much of anything about the Fed in High School, outside of who appoints the Chairman and that they issue our currency. The PTB must be getting nervous about the up and coming generation. :smoke:

    I'm glad to see there is no conflict of interest in this lesson plan.

  2. #2 Swills, Mar 12, 2012
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  3. That's a big bill.
  4. #4 xmaspoo, Mar 12, 2012
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    Probably his best interview, still as timely as ever.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I2fRcFPzu4]Ron Paul talks about American power structure, FED, Trilateral Commission and CFR (August 1988) - YouTube[/ame]
  5. They are running scared. The Revolution continues...
  6. #6 Penelope420, Mar 13, 2012
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    I'm glad you cleaned up his typos!

    So students look at a case, and debate it's constitutionality? How is that propaganda? Is this a lesson plan that is enforced nationwide? I couldn't find anything that stated where this lesson plan was going to be enacted.

    I read many of "Tyler Durden's" posts on Fukushima, and promptly dismissed him as nothing but an uninformed fear monger.

  7. Too late. This generation is endin that peace of crap. Our children will learn about a corrupt bank that we brought down.
  8. It's a lesson plan cooked up by the Federal Reserve bank of St. Louis, though there is no details on where it is to be implemented, one should note the justification of a central bank being made... by a central bank, confirmation bias perhaps...

    What does this article have to do with Fukushima? Oh that's right, nothing.
  9. Credibility matters. The headline is "Federal Reserve to Take Propaganda to the Schoolroom", but the following article filled with typos and can't even give a single example of where this is even being taught. If this were a federal mandate that all schools in the country must teach this lesson plan, then yes... you might be able to make the case that this is propaganda.

    It doesn't have anything to do with Fukushima, I didn't say that it did. I was just pointing out that I don't consider this to be a very credible source.

    I'm just trying to understand how teaching hypothetical kids about an important and extremely influential supreme court ruling, and giving them the tools to debate this controversial subject is considered "propaganda"? When I read the lesson plan, it seems to be encouraging kids think critically and form their own opinions, which is pretty much the opposite of propaganda.

    I think we have serious issues with the federal reserve system, however, if just teaching kids about it is considered propaganda, how do you expect anything to change?
  10. They've already taken their propaganda to the school room, this isn't anything new.
  11. There is no question which gives you a chance to oppose?:confused:
  12. What about this one?

    23. Explain that there are many examples of the problems created when control of a country’s money supply is too closely linked to the country’s government.

    The federal government isn't very involved in creating curricula. That is done on a state/local level.
  13. How many of those can I buy with this?

    answer....ALL OF THEM!!!! BWAHAHAHHAHA:hello:

  14. Is the Federal Reserve apart of the Federal Government or am I missing something here?

    Also, No Child Left Behind gives a big Hello.:wave:

  15. FED is both private and public.
  16. I can't believe anyone would defend their ability to go in to schools and do this.

    It's shameful.

  17. Yes, the federal reserve is part of the federal government, but state's aren't being forced to implement this lesson plan. We don't even know if it's being implemented anywhere.

    The purpose of showing the Zimbabwe currency is to give an example of hyperinflation, which, if I'm not mistaken is an example of what can go wrong with fiat currency.

    Again, I'm just trying to understand how this is propaganda.

    I'm not a supporter of No Child Left Behind, because it promotes teaching for the purpose of better standardized test scores, however the act itself doesn't create curricula. It's used as a measure for determining funding, based on tests that individual states create.

  18. I'm not defending anything...

    I'm asking 2 questions:

    A) In what schools is this lesson plan actually being implemented?

    B) How does this qualify as propaganda? It presents two sides of fiat currency and encourages debate.

    You may not like the source, but that alone does not make something propaganda.
  19. This is nothing new...'someone' has had this planned all along...


  20. The Federal Reserve is not apart of the Federal Government. Its an independent, and owned by Major Private Banks.

    It definitely is.

    Because it is.

    How does it not create curricula? I was in School before and after the Act, and there was a notable difference in curricula. Teachers are more focused on teaching kids what's on the standardized tests so they can increase funding, instead of actually teaching real knowledge. Making kids better test takers instead of better learners. The entire system is set up this way, of course School's don't have to follow it but nearly all do because they want more funding.

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