It’s not news to most that the education system in the United States is not only devoid of logic and reason, but it’s become nothing more than a social engineering experiment designed to indoctrinate and manufacture innocence.
The classroom, at best, has taken on the appearance of a fact-memorization factory; and we should express grave doubts about the relevance and truth of many of those “facts,” writes Rappaport. We now live in a society filled with people who float in the drift of non-logic who hold ideologies that deny individual freedom and independence.
Joe Joseph with The Daily Sheeple breaks down the likely reasons the elitists might want an ignorant populace, and it’s actually obvious. “It’s coming to a head now more than ever, especially with the heightened costs of tuitions for alternatives to the indoctrination centers,” says Joseph.
“The public school systems have now become a ‘teach the test’ type of place, simply becasue their funding is tied to the success of these standardized tests. Teachers aren’t really allowed to come up with their own curriculum,” says Joseph accuratly. Public education has become a disaster and not many children are even mature enough anymore, to handle life after college when they become an adult.
“This is all done by design,” Joseph says. “‘Group think’ is extremely pervasive in public schools. So if you do go down this road [of logic] you’re gonna be an outcast…now more than ever [logic] is void. Absolutley void.”
“These habits that are formed: rumors, gossip, accusation, wild speculation..all of this in the public discourse just highlights the void of logic in our society,” Joseph says. “People become programmed. They become automotons and it’s very hard to change. How many of you out there have tried to change the habits of those that you might consider ‘not in the know?’ You find it very difficult.”
Logic; the capacity to reason, to think lucidly; to separate sense from chatter; to discover deception and avoid being influenced by it; to remain free and independent from the shifting opinions of “the herd”; to maintain personal liberty in the face of every spurious enticement to abandon it; to come to grips with competitive sets of First Principles which will lead to freedom or slavery; these are the stakes in our time. -Rappaport
This is one of the big issues of our time. Many blindly trust the state to do everything, rather than trusting in their own individuality and living freely. Can we earn back our freedom by breaking the chains of weaponized education?