‘The implementation of the new global education agenda uses the Common Core curriculum in public schools to get students away from traditional classroom education instruction and instead learning will come primarily from computers for their educational needs throughout our public schools. Common Core is based around “the greatest change in education in decades”, according to President Obama.
This essay, Part III, covers the global education corporation known as CORE International where big business is funneling their products and services through. Also discussed is the United Nations “Education for All” agenda.
CORE International, a privately owned corporation, works hand in glove with the United Nations and not-so-coincidentally dovetails with the same folks who are aggressively implementing their Agenda 21, TPP and ALEC plans for stated global uniformity and compliance to a one world order. CORE has been the fastest growing company in India for the past three years with over 40% growth per annum.
CORE International is already operating in over 30 country’s throughout Europe and Asia as of the end of 2013, but not more so than in the United States and England.’
‘Households won’t need reminding about the strain of rising energy bills over the past decade but new figures released today reveal the true extent of the rising costs that Britons faced between 2002 and 2012.
Measured in today’s prices, households spent £69 on energy every month in 2002. A decade later this had risen to £106 – an eye-watering 55 per cent rise. Rising bills combined with muted wage growth mean households spent the equivalent of 5.1 per cent of their income on household energy in 2012, up from 3.3 per cent in 2002 – a rise of 54 per cent.
Strikingly, households actually cut back on the amount of energy they used over the same period.’
‘When the corpse of deposed Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar Qaddafi was paraded through the streets of Sirte in 2011, effectively marking the end of the country’s eight-month-long civil war, another Arab Spring revolution appeared to be secure. The 40-year regime of a tyrannical despot, some proclaimed, had deservedly ended. Others, opposed to Qaddafi’s pan-African socialism, awaited the arrival of a Western-style capitalist democracy rife with lucrative economic opportunity.
Yet Libya’s post-revolution euphoria, much as in neighboring Egypt, was only a momentary distraction. The task of heading a new government fell to the National Transitional Council (NTC), composed of the same Benghazi-based militias that led the uprising against Qaddafi with the assistance of NATO nearly a year before. The NTC gained international recognition as the legitimate authority in the country, but its highly secretive membership failed to capture the national political consciousness. Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, the NTC’s outgoing chairman, remained in power until elections in July 2012 installed the first elected assembly in the country’s history.’
‘The system teaches us that we are dumb creatures who just don’t get it. Somehow we are always too late, too slow, too uneducated to fulfill the guidelines that are put there in front of us. It teaches us that we are incapable of observing the world in which we live in.
All decision making has been eliminated from of our lives; the only decision you can make is to cooperate with the authorities who rule upon every aspect of your life. The old woman is never satisfied with us; she says we can do much better if we work just hard enough.
Observation is a natural gift given to all beings on this planet to be able to sustain themselves independently, and exactly this independence is the basis for a harmonious life with others.’
‘For most drivers, a car is not optional, it’s essential to work. Ontario’s 9 million drivers pay the highest auto insurance rates in the country, while receiving the poorest coverage and benefits. That’s the reality of “no fault” insurance which the Liberal government introduced in 2010 when rates last sky‑rocketed. No fault reduced rates minimally, while reducing coverage and benefits catastrophically. Many policy holders injured in serious accidents are now tied up in the courts, suing insurance companies for the benefits they thought they had.
Canada’s biggest insurance companies are laughing all the way to bank, with a $4.4 billion profit in 2012 – up 25% over 2011.
Taxi drivers face even higher rates, so their take home pay is often far below the minimum wage after insurance, gas, licensing, and other fees. Most are forced to work 70 to 80 hours a week just to make ends meet. In response to complaints about the exorbitant fleet rates for taxis, the companies refused to write insurance in some Ontario cities, forcing drivers to either accept the diktat or starve.’
You cannot discuss the nano-technology being used in today’s world without understanding something about the transhumanist movement. Within this tight group of technological autocrats, no pun intended, human beings, as created by God, or evolution, take your pick, can be vastly improved upon.
We are meant to be immortal. So while I applaud the technology that allows a veteran to replace a lost limb, I certainly don’t plan on cutting off my right hand to replace it with a cyber-hand. Even the human brain should be reverse-engineered by 2030 according to some. It may sound fantastical, but this is the world that transhumanists imagine. It is at the root of GMO crops, eugenics, and eerily, mirrors the plot of the famous Matrix movies developed by the Wachoski brothers.’
‘Atlanta residents ransacked neighborhood grocery stores in frantic preparation for their second major snowstorm of the year, waging fights over food items and leaving destruction and empty shelves in their wake, a stunning precursor to what will ensue once a major crisis impacts the U.S.
After three inches of snow shut the city down two weeks ago, causing major havoc and leaving miles of cars stranded on immobile roadways, the residents of Atlanta took heed and shopped early.
According to people who Tweeted photos of barren store shelves, residents went crazy over essentials like milk, bread, water and eggs, and in some cases “people were fighting. Yes fighting,” alleges one user.’
‘Looking at the global situation from the perspective of fear is counterproductive. We need to look at it from a perspective of concern, and see the opportunity that lies in having the knowledge of the global situation. There are opportunities in all these problems. Many people, when they discover the global situation and discover the truth about the world we live in, they move straight into fear. This does not help alleviate the situation. It’s one thing to be aware of it, but it’s another thing to be working actively to rectify this problem – the problem of government corruption, the problem of corporatism, the problem of commerce being superimposed over the human experience to the point where money and economics is viewed as being more important than people and more important than life. Unfortunately this is the situation we currently face.’
‘The Super Bowl is and has been an audacious stage for the promotion of nationalism and war. But, this year, the tide turned against this controlled spectacle.
It caught even me off guard. I had tuned in, and was live tweeting the event, expecting to see more over the top, in your face, symbolism and outright propaganda about the state and worship of war… and there was plenty of that but this year things changed.
It started as I expected, with the ridiculous idea of an interview, for a sporting event, with the president, Barack O’bomber, in the pre-game show. But, even this showed some change. Normally when they do this it is a love-fest and a completely scripted message from the president.
This year, however, showed a marked change.’