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Dead Bankers, Common Core, and Destruction of the Middle Class

Written by Karen Schroeder

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Coincidence? No! The implementation of Common Core Standards is part of the educational plan to strip children of their self-determination and to establish a one-world economy. The educational system is not intended to accomplish this act alone. The impending collapse of the financial markets will complete the mission.

According to the Canadian Free Press, changes in banking rules under the Clinton administration created opportunities to consolidate wealth through the destruction of the middle class. Numerous bankers subpoenaed to testify about this criminality are missing or have been found dead under suspicious circumstances. The undermining of wealth held by the middle class began decades ago, and so did the undermining of the American educational system.

When educational experts Benjamin Bloom and B.F. Skinner decimated the educational system in the 1950s,  A Nation at Risk: The Imperative for Education Reform was commissioned. The conclusions were that a foreign government imposing our current educational system on Americans would have committed an act of war and that the failing American educational system destabilizes American prosperity, security, and civility. 

To accept a world economy and a one-world order, students must be taught a belief and value system that induces Americans to surrender their Constitutional Republic, their sovereignty, and their freedoms. Educational theorists acknowledge this fact.

Like those manipulating the banking system to control the wealth of the middle class, educators are manipulating educational standards and curriculum to strip children of their individuality and render them willing to become part of a collectivistic form of government.

John Dewey, educational expert from the 1930s, is credited with explaining that children who think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming, where everyone is interdependent.” Dewey was co-author of the Humanist Manifesto where he espoused secular belief and value systems that are also reflected in his educational policies.

The Canadian Free Press article explains that a cabal of globalists exists within all sectors of our government bent on “eradicating the middle class” by implementing a “giant Ponzi scheme and we, the American citizens, are the suckers”.  Deceased bankers from JP Morgan, the Deutsche Bank, and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis were representatives of the banking cabal accused of undermining the banking system and of the educational cabal that support Common Core Standards.

This cabal also exists among American Educational experts and theorists.  In 1975, the Aspen Institute wrote A New Civic Literacy: American Education and Global Interdependence which states, “The students in our public schools constitute…the nation’s greatest and most attractive sucker list. Everybody who has anything to sell…would naturally like to get at this market of future American adults, and get at them as early in life as possible.” These educational advisors wished to sell the concept of American interdependence on other nations through accepting a one-world order.

Another globalist and educational theorist, Dr. Shirley McCune, stated during the 1989 Governor’s Conference on Education that“schools are no longer in the ‘schooling business”, but rather in human resource development. Dr. McCune explained that Americans must envision a new economy and understand that nothing is more important to businessmen than human resource development, the new mission of our schools.

Developing Democratic character in the Young, written in 2001, includes a chapter by theorists Paul Theobald and Clifton Tanabe which explains that before returning to contemporary educational practices, we must consider that economic arrangements are “orchestrated at the global level”. They suggest that intellectuals and politicians want citizens to defer to experts in all facets of life to create “unencumbered selves.” The globalist financial agenda proponents refer to secure banking practices in the same manner and wish to “unencumber” the middle class of their wealth.

American Pageant, currently used in history classrooms across America, reintroduces the word republicanism but the definition is that of Communism. The book states, “republicanism defined a just society as one in which all citizens willingly subordinated their private, selfish interests to the common good.” Dewey’s collective society has arrived.

Parents are not the suckers that educational experts describe. They consider Common Core Standards inferior and the resulting curricula inadequate to prepare children to preserve the values and principles that have served America so well. Parents are battling educational theorists who support increased federal control of education that will be accomplished with the implementation of Common Core Standards. Parents realize that federal educational and banking policies have been threatening the well-being of the middle class for some time.

Karen SchroederKaren Schroeder is President of Advocates for Academic Freedom, a member of the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board, has a Master’s Degree in Special Education, and is an educational consultant. Karen can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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