Education Systen Anti Family

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    Anti-American, anti-family humanism
    The Argus Leader provides us with another example of public education promoting the religion of humanism with this:

    The youngest children in school soon will be called on to lead Sioux Falls to a new level of global understanding.

    One of the city's public elementary schools will convert in fall 2009 to a program that not only will teach a foreign language, but will use that second language to teach math, science and social studies.

    Which school and which language have not been determined, officials said. The school board is expected to hear a committee report and settle those issues in February.

    Other questions won't be answered until much later - particularly, how this elementary school program, built on the idea of the earlier the better, might affect the longtime approach to teaching foreign language in high school.

    I found a piece from the Worldview web site by Brannon S. Howse titled "Understanding the Lie of Humanism", that points out the anti-family aspect of the Multicultural Education language agenda:

    The third annual conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) brought together multicultural educators from all 50 states. Keynote speaker Lily Wong Fillmore, a professor of language at the University of California at Berkeley, asserted that the radical curriculum reform they propose will provoke "definite clashes with the practices, beliefs and attitudes that are taught in many homes…. No matter what students' parents and families think about others or the environment…we are going to have to inculcate in our children the rules that form a credo that will work for a multicultural 21st century…."

    And the Argus Leader report explains the "multicultural 21st century:"

    The district hopes the program will be a step toward helping students become international citizens equipped for a world economy that's facing dilemmas from disease to terrorism.

    To become "international citizens" versus "American Citizens" is the establishment of a one-world government. That is included among the 6 beliefs of humanism spelled out by Howse:

    Atheism: There is no God.
    Moral Relativism: There is no such thing as absolute moral truth for truth is relative.
    Evolution: Man was not created but was the result of a spontaneous, random process.
    Socialism: The elimination of private property for the purpose of the redistribution of wealth by the centralized government.
    Autonomous self-centered man: Man is the center of all things, and at this core he is good but does bad things when impacted negatively by his environment.
    One-world government: National sovereignty and world borders must be dissolved to allow for the creation of a one-world government, one-world court and universal-tax.

    And Howse provides us with who is behind this anti-America movement:

    National Education Association: In its 2003 Resolution I-2, the NEA called for an International Court of Justice. "The Association urges participation by the United States in deliberations before the court." In October 1947, the NEA Journal published an article titled, "On the Waging of Peace," by NEA official William Carr, who wrote:

    As you teach about the United Nations, lay the ground for a stronger United Nations by developing in your students a sense of world community. The United Nations should be transformed into a limited world government. The psychological foundations for wider loyalties must be laid…. Teach about the various proposals that have been made for strengthening the United Nations and the establishment of world law. Teach those attitudes which will result ultimately in the creation of a world citizenship and world government…. We cannot directly teach loyalty to a society that does not yet exist, but we can and should teach those skills and attitudes which will help to create a society in which world citizenship is possible.


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