Tuesday, 21 June 2016



By Diane Kepus
June 19, 2016
America’s parents may not like what I am about to say, but they need to give serious consideration to it. We have made some serious decisions regarding our children over the years under the direction of our government and others. We have sent our children to school for “strangers” to manipulate; listened to big Pharma along with the government create health problems when there were none to force medication and vaccinations; allowed our children to live in front of the “boob tube” rather than play outside and using the ads to make them overweight and have you buy them whatever they wanted.
Darn it – if you aren’t willing to give up 18 years of your own personal life for each child you have – then you shouldn’t have any. And NO I am NOT going to pay for your birth control!
I guess it wasn’t bad enough to ruin our children’s futures through their education - the power’s to be had to have back-up systems in place to make sure the goal of “total indoctrination” was completed by a certain date. Heck, most in college these days don’t know the names of the capitals of the 50 states or who their President or Vice-President is. They can’t add or subtract without a calculator or computer and respect – they have none for themselves let alone others.
I have talked in the past about Monsanto and how the Federal government has allowed them to taint our food, not have to list the true contents on labels or tell us where a particular food came from (fish, shrimp, chicken and what country).
The government also created a world so that both Mom and Dad would almost be forced to work to survive – so then who was taking care of your children? Day Cares, schools and baby sitters – STRANGERS!
Medically the plan was all laid out too! In the 60’s and 70’s the push was for every time your child sneezed they were given Ampicillin. Ampicillin only works against bacteria; it does not treat viral infections like the common cold or help with a runny nose when a child is cutting a tooth. Erring on the side of caution certainly applies to giving your children medication.
Repeated use can cause a second infection or over time make a child allergic or build up a resistance to it. Use ampicillin with extreme caution in CHILDREN younger than 10 years old who have diarrhea or an infection of the stomach or bowel.
Years ago, if a kid was bored and didn’t listen well in class, he was considered lazy, a daydreamer or perhaps a bit rambunctious. These days, he’s labeled with a mental disorder. Teachers are quick to suggest testing, medication and that he or she is ADHD.
The CDC says 6.4 million kids ages 4-17 have been “diagnosed with ADHD” since 2011. And that stat doesn’t even include the 198,000 kids under age five who are taking ADHD drugs. Besides that, I guarantee you, these numbers are a lot higher today because every year the rates continue to skyrocket.
How can this be? You don’t suppose it could be a made up diagnosis just to get your child “drugged up”? Retired Harvard psychologist, Dr. Jerome Kagan states ADHD is an invention – a made up invention for every child in school who isn’t doing well. Send him to see his physician and the physician prescribes Ritalin. Kagan stated, “In fact, 90 percent of these kids don’t have an abnormal dopamine metabolism. The problem is, if a drug is available to doctors, they’ll make the corresponding diagnosis.”
Even child psychiatry researcher Leon Eisenberg who is identified as the “inventor” and “founding father” of AHA/ADD stated in an interview with Der Spiegel seven months before his death in 2009, “ADHD is a prime example of a fictitious disease.”

Wednesday, 16 March 2016


This encapsulates the condition of American Education, and since it was penned in 2009, you can multiply the mind-boggling indoctrination by about 7 at this point in time. "Changing standards in education have had a huge effect on American society. Over the last half century, school students have been indoctrinated into a culture of situation ethics - do whatever it takes to satisfy one's desires in any given situation - while being warned against being discriminatory, judgmental, or intolerant. Futhermore, schools took upon themselves the responsibility of "educating the whole child," which in practice meant targeting children's emotions, beliefs, and moral values, instead of merely imparting knowledge. The rights and duties of parents, along with their competency in raising children, were downplayed by "enlightened educators who were supposedly dedicated to the overall good of society. Children's values were to be reshaped and made more politically correct by means of subtle manipulation, using techniques such as cognitive dissonance - the process of creating confusion and discomfort by confronting impressionable minds with two conflicting loyalties or beliefs.(All written into textbooks and teaching standards) For example, students' loyalty to the United States was undermined through a long process of criticizing American heroes and values, culminating with the 1996 National History Standards Project. Instead of emphasizing America's successes and achievements, revised textbooks focused primarily on her sins and failures; also themes such as disarmament, peace studies and the culture of poverty were stressed. If parents think that their students are not getting this indoctrination on a daily basis because of their location they are deluding themselves. Whichever schools use national school textbooks ( and that is all of them), students are getting this garbage ingrained in their minds. J. Esper