Skip to comments.Globally-Acceptable Truths in the Land of Eden
Posted on 04/28/2008 9:19:10 AM PDT by processing please hold
I wrote the following article in 2006. To me, the discovery of the Eden Institute and its promotion of a Tom DeWeeseconcept called globally-acceptable truth was the answer to so many questions. It is the root of political correctness. It is the cause of intolerance of independent thought and values in our society.
It explains the purpose of the restructuring of our schools. So many parents have asked why the schools are failing to teach basic academics. The fact is, the schools are working perfectly for the purpose they are now designed to perform globally acceptable truth. In other words, the education system has become a behavior modification laboratory to provide students with the proper attitudes, values and beliefs for the proper global citizen. No other thought is required. No one is to question the global standard for inquiry. Astonishing.
It explains why Al Gore and the Global Warming crowd have called for Nuremburg-type trials to silence global warming skeptics. They are guilty of heresy against globally-acceptable truth. Further, Eden policy says that expansion of energy use to poor nations like those in Africa is unsustainable. Instead, those people should remain poor, forced to a sentence of life-long bread lines, depending on others to feed them. That such animals like those at Eden exist and call themselves civilized is the greatest travesty of all.
I couldnt believe my eyes as I read Eden president Donald Sagars statement that the worlds problems are basically a result of too much information. Or that one of his supporters wrote The planet earth and its people have been experiencing an information explosion. The uncontrolled expansion of information is dangerous since it tends to diffuse meaning and purpose. Stay stupid stay pliant.
The Eden Institute is dangerous because
(Excerpt) Read more at borderfirereport.net ...
"Donald Sagar is the president of a think tank and is a representative to the un for the association for world education."
Sustainable Development calls for the elimination of private property. The chaos going on in our country today, from the immigration (illegal aliens) issue to threats on our second amendment, owning private property, indoctrination of our children in the public school system, assaults against Judeo-Christian religion even global warming. There is one tie that binds all these issues together - The united nations and their Agenda 21.
A very important part in the article.
Governments which deny individual commercial action among free individuals; deny the ability to own and control private property; and tax the self-earned wealth from the industrious are the root of poverty and misery and consequently, damaged environment.
We used to call such policies communism. Today we have a much gentler sounding name -- Sustainable Development, now the official policy of the United States, all 50 states and nearly every city and small town in the nation. Sustainable Development is, of course, a top-down control of every aspect of our lives, from land use to community development to job availability to transportation to the foods we eat to our childrens education system. It is the policy Mr. Sagars new think was created to help implement.[bold emphasis mine]
Sustainable Development is restructuring our lives, and is targeting our children through an educational regime that seeks to develop collective attitudes, values and beliefs. Sustainable Development documents expressly call for the elimination of private property and freedom that private property supports. It supplants long-standing State laws, and causes irreparable harm to our economy and our society. Yet to Mr. Sagar, these concepts we call freedom are nothing more than delusions.
From the un site.
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