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I’ve been reading a book co-authored by Alex Newman and the late Sam Blumenfeld–one of the pioneers of homeschooling in America. The title, Crimes of the Educators, pretty much tells you what it’s about.

No one but a fool would deny that America’s public education system is past hope of saving. Well, okay, maybe you deny it because you desperately want it not to be true. But it is. It is.

Newman and Blumenfeld say the shambles that is American public education was created on purpose by the educators themselves as part of a world-wide project to use the schools to turn nations of human beings into docile, manageable herds of Eloi. Again, it’s a fact that many movers and shakers in the world today have this vision, freely discuss it in public, and do whatever they can to make it come to pass.

Although I make it a general rule to believe bad people when they say they’re going to do bad things (they will at least try to do them), I don’t know how seriously to take these global education gasbags. I mean, how seriously do you want to take people who start sentences with the words, “When we rule the world…”? Or “World Citizenship should be the goal of the enlightened, with a world federation and a world brain” (quote by Alice Bailey, UN education mucky-muck).

“The enlightened”? You gotta be kidding me. And I think I’d rather not know what “a world brain” is supposed to be.

These people are profoundly stupid, obviously not all there, and they clearly think that this time, by cracky, they’ll build that tower up to Heaven and God won’t be able to stop ’em! Not this time!

How old is that Tower of Babel story in the Bible? And yet here it is again, today.

They may be stupid, they may be more than a little bit crazy–but there are so many of them, they never take a day off, you can’t turn them aside with truth or logic or reason, they’ve got financial backing out the wazoo… and they already own the public education systems of the Western world.

They’re too stupid, too deranged, ever to accomplish their dream. But oh! can they do harm, trying to accomplish it.

Our best defense is a massive withdrawal of children from the public schools. Kill public education, and Far Left Crazy dies.


In Memorium: Sam Blumenfeld

A great champion of literacy and homeschooling has died.

Sam Blumenfeld (1927-June 1, 2015) worked tirelessly for decades to expose the fraud of public education and to pioneer home education. He labored to restore the practice of learning how to read by first learning phonics and the alphabet–a method vastly superior to the “word recognition” bushwa taught in many public schools.

I never had the privilege of meeting Sam, but I did help edit one of his books, Revolution via Education. Sam wrote many books on the history of education and on reading, including The Victims of Dick and Jane, Alpha-Phonics: A Primer for Beginning Readers, The Alpha-Phonics Readers, and How to Tutor, just to name a few. All of his books are available from The Chalcedon Foundation ( http://www.chalcedon.edu–just click “Store” and “Books”). While I’m at it, I must also recommend R.J. Rushdoony’s The Messianic Character of American Education–in which the creators and developers of public education reveal and condemn themselves in their own published words.

When Sam began crusading for home education, it was virtually illegal in most states. Now homeschooling is the fastest-growing form of education in America, no small thanks to him.

As a member of the Chalcedon family, I share in its mission to reform education by taking it out of the hands of teacher unions and the government and restoring it to families and churches where it belongs. The shortcomings and abuses of public education are too numerous to mention here (see, for instance, yesterday’s post, https://leeduigon.com/2015/06/04/public-school-assignment-find-mom-and-dads-sex-toys/ ). But Sam set us all an example of undaunted perseverance.

We know, as he knew, that the single greatest boon to America would be the end of public education. The rest of us will carry on where Sam left off.


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