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Now I want to talk to you today about, before we go to the auditorium of a keynote presentation, I want to give you a commentary on the United Nations and its curriculum that’s in America’s schools. Would you be shocked to find out that while we’re broadcasting this in September of 2010 there are now currently almost 2,000 schools in America and growing, but 2,000 currently that are using curriculum developed, promoted and funded by the United Nations? Curriculum that’s anti-America, anti-God, you got to stay tuned cause it’s – even in states like Tennessee and Georgia, places you’d never expect to find U.N. curriculum.
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All right, the United Nations’ curriculum is in 1,095 schools to be precise as we are broadcasting now in September of 2010, but it’s growing and within a few weeks, a few months it’ll probably top over 2,000 just in America. That doesn’t count all the other schools around the world. Now why is the United Nations developing, funding and promoting curriculum? And most of, why would Americans be willing to have their kids indoctrinated into the worldview of the United Nations?
Well, what the curriculum is called the International Baccalaureate and it is for kindergarten through 12th grade, all International Baccalaureate and that’s the term they use, International Baccalaureate, that’s the name of the curriculum. All International Baccalaureate schools are required, listen now, “To embrace and to espouse the importance of developing certain international values in students, especially a strong sense of international awareness, intercultural understanding, tolerance and compassion.”
What is tolerance? Tolerance is any – well, it’s easy to define intolerance. Intolerance is any time you proclaim something from an absolute standpoint, you’re being intolerant. Did you know that a few years ago the United Nations put out a resolution on tolerance. And one of the things it said was that missionaries, Christians around the world and missionaries should not be forcing their views onto other people. In other words this international resolution on tolerance really could, if put into full effect with the power of law, penalize, criminalize, persecute missionaries.
And actually this is already going on with another resolution that’s pending and it’s called the United Nations Resolution on Blasphemy is actually kind of what it’s been called. Here’s a headline from the website Jihadwatch.org. It’s a website that tracks what’s going on with Islam around the world. U.N. – here’s the headline U.N. Passes Resolution Calling for Criminalization of Criticism of Islam. Now here’s the kind of tolerance the United Nations is into, they’re not tolerant for Christians, but they’re tolerant for every other belief system.
Jihad Watch reports – and that includes, of course, any honest examination of how Jihad uses Islamic text and teachings to make recruits. So not only does this herald the death of free speech, but it also leaves us mute and defenseless before the advancing global jihad. So what the Jihadwatch.org is saying is this U.N. resolution, this idea, this policy coming from the U.N., if it actually becomes law, international law, you could be criminalized – it will be criminalized to speak against Islam. You could be in big trouble. They go on to say, “A simple majority of 23 members of the 47 nation human rights councils voted in favor of the resolution, 11 mostly western nations opposed it and 13 countries abstained.” The article goes on to say, “Listen India. India, which normally votes along with the council’s majority of developing nations abstained in protest at the fact that ‘Islam was the only religion specifically named as deserving protection.’”
What about Christianity? What about all the things that are said about Christians? What about hate crime laws that try to criminalize Christianity or prosecute pastors let’s say in Sweden or Canada and now coming to America with hate crime laws here that Barack Obama signed into law in April 2009. What about Christianity? Seems like the only accepted form of bigotry in the world today is bigotry against Christians, but no, this resolution says the – India, who didn’t go along with the vote, “Islam was the only religion specifically named as deserving protection,” so again Jihadwatch.org says, “U.N. Passes Resolution Calling for Criminalization of Criticism of Islam.”
So that’s the kind of tolerance that they’re talking about at the United Nations. Here’s another article. This one is out of unwatch.org, Proposal at UN to Criminalize Defamation of Islam, same topic, different news source reporting the same ting. So that’s the kind of tolerance that you’re gonna see pushed in the International Baccalaureate curriculum that’s being used and currently in 1,095 schools just in America. International Baccalaureate, the International Baccalaureate, also known as abbreviated IB, uses outcomes that are based largely on feelings, attitudes, values and beliefs. The curriculum, as I said, teaches not only tolerance, but diversity. What’s diversity? Perversity. Anything you want to do is fine. Whatever lifestyle you want to practice, have at it.
They also promote multiculturalism. What is multiculturalism? Multiculturalism is not the study of multiple cultures, nothing wrong with that. Multiculturalism is a denigration, a criticism of the foundational western worldview. What’s the foundational western worldview? In America it’s Christianity. The courts have upheld this, the founding fathers said that America was – started as a constitutional republic and it was based on the law of the divine. They also said, the founding fathers, that it was particularly - our American government and its founding was based on the Christian religion and particularly the New Testament.
But here’s the UN basing this IB or International Baccalaureate on diversity, tolerance, multiculturalism and group consensus, also known as cooperative learning. What’s group consensus? You get into a group and the kids learn in a group and they gain group consensus? How do you get group consensus? By suppressing your own convictions and values. In order to have group consensus, you all have to agree. Well, if you’re all gonna agree on every issue that you’re dealing with, somebody’s gonna have to compromise their convictions and say, “I will succumb to your worldview.” And that’s really what group consensus or collectivism is all about.
Is this the age of individuality? No. This is the age of collectivism. What’s another word for collectivism? Socialism. We’re all a big group, everybody’s the same; not equal opportunities, but equal outcomes. We’re not for equal outcomes, we are for equal opportunity. Well, if you’re going to teach globalism, global values, they’re going to have to be anti-American, anti-Christian and they’re going to have to promote socialism. And that’s exactly what the International Baccalaureate curriculum does.
Listen to this, “The International Baccalaureate Organization,” sometimes referred to as IBO, International Baccalaureate Organization, that’s what’s it called, their director at the time, General George Walker, declared on March 10, 2002, “The IBO will continue to work with governments to influence their national curriculum.” So here you have the head of this program, tied to the United Nations, funded by the United Nations, written by the United Nations saying they’re going to continue to work to make sure that they influence the national curriculum of nations. I’m gonna tell you in a minute, do you know that America’s education program out of the U.S. Department of Education is based on UN standards, international standards as well? It’s not just this specific program, but now really all kids in America’s schools are going to be learning and are learning international standard’s outcomes tied to the United Nations, the worldview of the United Nations.
Dr. Ian Hill, Deputy Director of the International Baccalaureate Organization in 2001 wrote this, he wrote of, “Desirable universal values,” that included what? Understanding intolerance of cultural differences and pluralism. Okay, understanding and tolerance of cultural differences. You know, again, what do we mean by tolerance? You don’t proclaim something from an absolute standpoint. What’s pluralism? Pluralism is the belief that all religions are equal, all religions are the same. That’s not true folks. All religions are not equal. What does John 14:6 says? John 14:6, “Jesus himself said, ‘I’m the way, the truth and the light. No one comes to the father except through me.’” All religions are not equal.
There’s a huge difference between Christianity and Islam. Christianity says, “Turn the other cheek. Love your neighbor. Don’t return evil for evil.” Islam says what? “You’re only nice until you have the upper hand. You can lie to the American. You can lie to the Christian. You can lie to the Jew until you deceive them. You can deceive them.” And then, of course, they call the Christian, the Jew infidel. It talks about slaying them. There’s a huge difference between Christianity and Islam. Of course if the U.N. resolution that we talked about earlier goes into effect I can just be persecuted. I can be persecuted for what I just said, criticizing Islam.
But pluralism, which is included in this International Baccalaureate U.N. curriculum is now in 1,095 schools and growing. Their Deputy Director in 2001 said that they want to teach understanding and tolerance of cultural differences and pluralism, all religions are equal. You’re gonna tell me that the religion that founded America is the same with the religion of atheism, the religion of communism? Communism is kill when you add in abortion. Over 500 million people and you’re gonna tell me that’s the same as Christianity? Absolutely not.
What else does the IBO curriculum teach according to the Deputy Director Ian Hill in 2001? Sensitivity to gender equality. What is that? Sensitivity to gender equality? That is that you have to be sensitive or accepting or tolerant, approve, not just approve, but value gender equality. Now this isn’t about equal rights for women, gender equality today means everybody’s equal, everybody’s equal and needs to be valued. Their lifestyles need to be valued and accepted even if it’s transgender, homosexual, bisexual, I mean, do you know how many different genders there are today? I thought there was just male and female, but now according to several experts there are multiple genders and you need to be sensitive to whatever gender someone has chosen.
You then – he goes onto say, “Open mindedness to change and obligation to environmental protection and sustainable development.” Now those of you who have listened to our and watched our television broadcast before know that sustainable development comes right out of the United Nations and their Earth Summit in 1992 with Gorbachev and Maurice Strong who promoted sustainable development, the end of private property. Sustainable development is really everything that the U.N. is for, everything that progressives are for: the end of private property, radical environmentalism, abortion on demand, population control, no more the right to bear arms, the end of the right to bear arms, the end of parental authority and so much more.
This is sustainable development and what did they say when we’ve discussed this before? The framework for implementing sustainable development was gonna be the educational system. And what was the ultimate goal of sustainable development according to the U.N. and those who push it? Global governance. So here we see in Hill, Director – Deputy Director of the International Baccalaureate Program, the U.N. curriculum used in over 1,095 schools in America says, “Part of what we’re gonna teach them is sustainable development.” Again, I have a whole – I’ve got a ton of information on sustainable development in my book Grave Influence: 21 Radicals and Their Worldviews That Rule America from the Grave and we have information on our website at worldviewweekend.com. Video clips you can watch on sustainable development at worldviewweekend.com, just click on the link for worldview tube off on our homepage at worldviewweekend.com and you’ll find video clips of me explaining sustainable development.
Now Dr. Ian Hill went on to write this, “We,” meaning the International Baccalaureate Organization are concerned then with forming attitudes and values.” How many of you send your kids to school to learn attitudes and values as developed by the United Nations? Probably not too many of you. He went on to say, “IB students give much time to world issues. This is not only due to the general global approach of the curriculum, but above all to the requirement of ongoing social service among the community which is considered as important for the development of the students as academic studies.” So social service, community service is as important as academic studies. Why is community service so important? Remember we’ve done entire commentaries on the dangers of voluntarism. Barack Obama in April of 2009 or somewhere right around there signed into law the Give Act which provides $6 billion dollars over six years to get students involved in national voluntarism. They want to make it mandatory, go figure. Mandatory voluntarism. Hmm, oxymoron, right?
Why do they want to do this? We’ve said it’s because they want to indoctrinate children with a worldview attitudes, values, feelings and beliefs that are about collectivism, about look at what the have-nots don’t have, look at what the haves have, is that fair? Let’s redistribute the wealth. It’s about teaching values. And you say, “Oh really? Come on Brannon, is that really what it’s all about?” Well, it absolutely is and in fact, listen to what I found in the last few weeks. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, that’s the name of the organization, you’re probably familiar with the Carnegie Foundation, right? Well, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, their president, Ernest Boyer said this a few years ago, “The goal of service in the schools is to teach values.” Who’s to teach values to the kids? Parents. And if the school teaches anything other than academics, if they’re teaching values, shouldn’t those values be consistent with the values of our founding documents and the parents at home? You know, like honesty, respect, hard work, ingenuity, perseverance, these kinds of issues? But no, they’re teaching now today global values that are contrary to the founding of America and contrary to most parents.
But he says, “The goal of service in the schools is to teach values, to help all students understand that to be fully human one must serve.” So here it says the Executive Director, actually the Deputy Director of the International Baccalaureate Program, Ian Hill, that a big part of what we’re gonna be doing here is social service or community service and it’s just as important if not more than academics. He goes on to say, “In short, it is an education for life, a responsible life open to the problems of our world and encouraging students to give time and energy to bring about change.” Change, you’ve heard that before, right? Change. So now we’re gonna have students involved in giving time and energy to bring about change. So in other words, we’re gonna turn the students into community organizers, agents of change for the global state.
Well, my friends, the International Baccalaureate mission among other things states this – now don’t forget, this is in, at the time we’re broadcasting this, September 2010, 1,095 schools in America and, as I’ll tell you in a minute, many of them are in the heart of the Bible Belt. Yeah, the most conservative parts of the country, the most religious part of the country, they’re in the schools of the Bible Belt, the South, why? Because parents have no clue what I’m saying tonight. See, that’s why we do this broadcast. When we’ve been talking about this on my national radio program, which if you don’t get in your area, you can – if you don’t get my national radio show in your area, you can hear it online at worldviewweekend.com, worldviewweekend.com.
And as I’ve discussed this on my national radio show over the last several months, parents have been e-mailing me from all over the country. I got an e-mail from a parent in Cottage Grove, Minnesota saying, “Went by the school the other day, big sign for the International Baccalaureate curriculum. Wouldn’t have known what that was if I hadn’t been listening to your radio program.” A mother from Norcross, Georgia said, “Hey, that’s in our schools.” Parents from Germantown, Tennessee just a couple miles from where I live, really, literally right where I’m sitting right now, the Germantown, Tennessee line is like a mile, less than a mile, okay? One of the most conservative communities in the nation is Germantown, Tennessee. Go look them up online, they vote Republican. They think they’re super conservative and many of them are, but it’s a conservative veneer meaning they really don’t know what it is they believe and why they believe it, they just know they’re for smaller government, lower taxes and they think that means being conservative.
There’s more to being conservative than just being for smaller government and lower taxes. You also have to be conservative in the area of education and what’s going on with the government and how the government’s intruding in your life. So in the most conservative areas of the nation, Germantown, Tennessee, a suburb of Memphis, Tennessee, the heart of the Bible Belt, here they have, in their school, the European Union curriculum. This is in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The point I’m making, this isn’t in just Washington State, you know, more liberal, progressive state, Oregon, upper New York, Minneapolis, this isn’t just in those communities, it’s even in the heart of the Bible Belt. Why? Because people aren’t aware of what’s going on. The Bible says, “My people perish for lack of knowledge.” You know, there’s a lot going on in Washington, D.C. to be concerned with, but you know what else, we’re doing a lot of the damage to ourselves. If Washington, D.C. will just kind of wait back, I think we’ll destroy ourselves. You see, I’m concerned that the Tea Parties and I love the Tea Parties and I’ve spoken at Tea Parties and that’s great, but the Tea Parties and others need to understand Washington is not the only problem. We’ve got some serious problems in our state capitals and even in our local communities with our local school boards. This is a UN curriculum that’s anti-American, anti-Christian, anti-capitalist. It is not mandated by the federal government, did you hear what I just said? This is not mandated by the federal government yet. It’s federally funded, you get federal money if you do it, but it’s not mandated, and yet you even have schools in the heart of the south in the Bible Belt which is supposed to be some of the most conservative parts of the country, if not the most conservative parts of the country willingly accepting anti-Christian, anti-American, anti-capitalist curriculum from the United Nations.
You see, there’s a lot of things coming out of Washington that are wrong, but there’s a lot of things we’re doing in our own community that are wrong and destructive. But how many people know about this? And again, that’s why we do this program because now, like the mother in Norcross, Georgia or Cottage Grove, Minnesota and other places that have e-mailed me are gonna say, “Wow, I saw a sign on our school talking about the International Baccalaureate. I didn’t know what it was till I saw your broadcast or heart your radio show, and now I do. That’s why we do this program.
Well, again, “The International Baccalaureate Organization mission, among other things, they encourage students across the world to become active and compassionate lifelong learners who understand that other people with their differences can also be right.” Whoa, wait a minute. This is direct quote from this mission statement. “Other people with their differences can also be right.” Really? I mean, sure we can be different and they can be right, but what are we talking about? Can someone who says that homosexuality is an acceptable lifestyle, can they be right? If I say, “No, the Bible says that ‘s an abomination.” Can we both be right? No. Can one say that abortion on demand, the right to abortion, the right to privacy of your body to end your pregnancy, to kill your baby, that’s right, that’s acceptable? And I say, “No, it’s not.” Can we both be right? We can both be wrong, but we can’t both be right. And this is the conflict that’s being set up with moral relativism, situational ethics. You need to be tolerant, we can all get along, we can all be right, except for, of course, Christians, they’re the intolerant bigots. It’s always – they’re interested in everybody being right, everybody getting along except for the Christian belief is the one that they won’t accept.
Part of what this is doing folks is setting up thesis and antithesis, thesis and antithesis, idea, opposite idea, let them fight, fight, fight, merge or synthesize their ideas together, the groups compromise and end up with a third way. They’re setting up the conflicts in our schools on purpose to get students to compromise their convictions for group consensus or harmony. In other words, if you have a couple Christian kids sitting with several liberal kids and they’re debating and arguing and they’re gonna get a grade on whether or not they can achieve group consensus, guess what? Somebody’s gonna have to compromise their convictions in order to have group consensus, to be considered a collaborative contributor and get a good grade. You know what that means? They’re teaching them to go along with the group, socialism, compromise your values, tolerance, diversity.
You see why this is so dangerous? What does the Bible say? You can not have fellowship light with darkness, but yet we’re teaching kids through this curriculum that’s being used all over this country, including in the Bible Belt to have group consensus. In 2001, Dr. Ian Hill then Deputy Director General of the IBO wrote that Article 26, Paragraph 2 of the United Nations 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Provides the philosophical planks of an international education.” This is very important for you to understand and hear what I’m saying. This curriculum according to the own – their very on Deputy Director General of the International Baccalaureate Program in 2001 admitted that this curriculum is largely based on the philosophical planks of what, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Well, what is the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights? Here it is, Article 26, Paragraph 2 states, “Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance, and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.” Now a lot of that sounds good to the average person who doesn’t think. But again, you have to ask yourself what does tolerance mean? When they talk about all nations getting along, does that really mean they’re gonna be kind to Israel? They’re gonna let Israel defend her borders? We’re gonna be kind to all nations but what, Israel? We’re gonna be kind to all nations but America unless they conform to the UN dictates? Remember, the UN is loaded with communists and Muslim nations that hate our guts. How are we gonna have unity and get along and all be friends unless someone compromises their convictions so we have group consensus which is why we must then teach millions of kids around the world these ideas so they can become leaders and have group consensus and go into a global governance paradigm.
And then, of course, it says that part of the – they want to, “Further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.” Well, first of all, do you want your kids going to a school that’s using curriculum that is all about furthering the activities of the United Nations? And then they talk about the maintenance of peace. What do they mean by peace? Who’s not for peace, right? What do they mean by peace? You always have to ask yourself what do they mean by tolerance? What do they mean by diversity? What do they mean by peace? Well, in 1946, a book was written called The World Charter and Road to Peace by Stewart Chevalier. And here’s what he wrote, “Peace is not the absence of war. Peace is presence of justice. Peace is not the absence of war. Peace is presence of justice.” You can really just add, “Peace is not the absence of war. Peace is presence of social justice. Peace is presence of social justice.” What is social justice? It’s the buzz word used by Karl Marx himself, Communism, Marxism, Socialism, it’s what the UN is all about.
Article 2, Section 3 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights which this curriculum is based on states, “Rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.” Hold the phone, do you realize how important that is? Rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of God, a Constitutional Republic which is based on the law of the divine? No, “Rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.” You see, that’s a big difference between America’s form of government and the UN. America’s form of government says that our beliefs come from God. I mean, our rights come from God, our rights come from God and since our rights come from God, they don’t come from government. All government can do is protect our God given rights, secure our God given rights. Government doesn’t give us our rights, our rights come from God.
That is totally different at the UN. In the UN your rights come from the collective group of elite globalist thinkers who tell you what rights you have, what rights you don’t have and yet this is the basis of this curriculum. Folks, what I’m telling you is the curriculum being used in America schools, including the heart of the south and the Bible Belts as parents sit there going – say, “Yeah, we’re conservative.” And yet they’ve got their kids in a school teaching UN curriculum. Their curriculum is teaching them that their rights come not from God, but from bureaucrats, global bureaucrats at the UN.
In 2003, Monique Seefried, President of the International Baccalaureate Council of Foundation gave a speech titled IBO: International Baccalaureate a World of Givers. Here’s what she wrote and said in her speech, “At the core of an IB education, starting with our youngest students is the aim to develop caring young people with a commitment to action and service. This is the most idealistic part of the education our students receive. It is also essential in developing in them the drive to become an agent of social change.” Is that what you want your kids to become, an agent of social change for the United Nations? In our ever evolving societies, evolving societies, have we talked about societal evolution? Yes. Morals evolve, society evolves, the law evolves, that’s societal evolution. There are no absolute truths. So she’s saying, “It is also essential in developing in them the drive to become an agent of social change in ever evolving societies where there is still so much to do to reach an idea of social justice.” You see folks, this curriculum is all about that: globalism, sustainable development, social justice.
If the IB growth continues, the International Baccalaureate expects a worldwide total of 10,000 schools and a total of 2.5 million students enrolled in the International Baccalaureate Programs by the year 2020. Now Beverly Eckman is a former – listen to this, listen to this resume of my friend Beverly Eckman. Beverly Eckman is a former educator and retired federal employee who served as a speech writer for the heads of three government agencies as well as Editor-in-Chief of NASA’S newspaper Johnson Space Center, she’s authored five books. Here’s what she says is in the International Baccalaureate Program and she’s accurate because I’ve studied this extensively. Here’s what she says is in the International Baccalaureate Program, what they teach, the values they teach: radical environmentalism, or pantheism, all is God, God is all. You’ve seen Avatar? Hopefully not, but that’s what Avatar teaches, the Number 1 movie of all times currently. Earth worship so pantheism, worshipping mother earth, all is God, God is all. Socialized medicine, world government, income redistribution among nations and within nations. In other words spread around the wealth, socialism. Abortion on demand, adoption of gay rights and the rights of children to all sexual materials and literature.
That’s what’s in the UN convention on rights to the child. Do you realize if the UN convention rights to the child were ever ratified by the U.S. and it’s been ratified by many, many, many nations, you would not have the right to tell your kids anything? Your kids would have the same rights as an adult. In fact, when you violate their freedom of religion and make them go to church with you, their freedom of speech, their freedom of expression, you say, “You can’t get that tattoo or you can’t get that body piercing in your nose or tongue,” guess what? You’ve just violated one of your minor child’s rights and they have access to an attorney and the courts to sue you, including the right to look at sexually explicit materials. And that’s what Beverly is saying here.
She goes onto say, “It teach values like elimination of any right to bear arms.” Forget your Second Amendment to keep and bear arms, “environmental extremist positions including global warming, setting aside biosphere reserves where no human being is allowed to go into.” So they can take your property and declare it a bioreserve. She goes on to say, Beverly Eckman, “Today’s IB is committed not to a melting pot concept, but to globalism and multiculturalism.” She goes onto say, “Modern International Baccalaureate students are steeped in fringe science, even Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is blamed on global warming.” She says, “Health classes focus on topics like overpopulation and AIDS, not the inner workings of the human body, so solutions to trendy pseudo problems naturally revolve around abortion, condoms, and sexual awareness which have no track record of success even if one were to accept the ethics. Indeed, humans are viewed as no more than complex animals.”
And who is helping fund this? Well, of course I guess we are with our tax dollars, but also here’s right off the International Baccalaureate website, Gates Foundation awards International Baccalaureate Grant. Bill and Melinda Gates are giving big money to this. You’ll also find many radical foundations giving money to this. And by the way, don’t forget July 24th, 2009, our President’s Department of Education announced that he was going to make sure that all of our education standards, all the education standards in America were tied to international benchmarks. The only international benchmarks in education are those developed by the United Nations. United Nations Education Scientific Cultural Education known as UNESCO.
Who helped start the International Baccalaureate Program? UNESCO. So here’s our president saying, “Well eventually, even if you don’t have your kids in one of these 1,095 schools in America that teaches this garbage, every kid’s gonna eventually get a UN curriculum education,” because now the president wants to tie all of our education standards in America to internationally benchmarked standards which the only internationally benchmarked standards there are are those from the United Nations and UNESCO who actually wrote and produced and developed and pushes the International Baccalaureate curriculum. And by the way, to be fair to Barack Obama, this has not only happened in his administration, this was going on in the George W. administration with No child Left Behind, before that it was going on with Bill Clinton with Goals 2000. Before that it was going on with George H. Bush who introduced America 2000 which would also again tie to global standards. Republican, Democrat, Republican, Democrat, guess what? They’re all still pushing the same agenda, some more aggressively than others.
Recently I called a conservative talk show host – a conservative school board member in my community who was up for reelection and I said, “How can you have this curriculum in our schools when you claim to be conservative yet this is in our schools? Are you screaming and hollering about this?” He told me the curriculum had been rewritten and they had gutted it of all the bad stuff to which I thought how could you gut such horrible curriculum? You would have nothing left. The only proper place, in my opinion, for this curriculum is the garage, the paper shredder. But he told me they gutted the curriculum and rewrote it. Really? Guess what, my friend, Allen Quist, former State Senator says, “So –“ he asked the question in one of his papers on IB, “So does IBO, International Baccalaureate Organization, allow schools to write their own curriculum?” Here’s the answer, “IBO schools can write their own curriculum in the same sense that Cubans have freedom of speech.” You can say anything you want so long as it agrees with the party line. The party line is really all that matters in IBO.
My friends, let me tell you something, in order to be an International Baccalaureate school, you have got to agree to the mission statement and the philosophy of the International Baccalaureate Organization or you can’t have this curriculum in your schools. You also have to send someone from your community to the training and then they come back and teach the teachers on how to teach this. You can’t rewrite this curriculum, don’t buy the lie that you can. Why are they doing this? Why are conservative communities even doing this? Like here in the heart of the Bible Belt? Because they don’t know, many of them and many of them have been told this is prestigious, this is extremely prestigious. Colleges and universities look for this on a child’s permanent record or their resume, on their portfolio. “Oh, you’re an IBO graduate? You’re an International Baccalaureate Organization graduate? Wow.”
See, it’s been labeled as this is what the crème de la crème do, this is what the elite do and so parents wanting their kids to have all the advantages of life are willing to subject their kids to curriculum that’s anti-American, anti-Christian.
Well, this is exactly what Aldous Huxley, author of the book Brave New World says we needed to do. In my book Grave Influence I quote Aldous Huxley. By the way, Aldous Huxley’s brother was Julian Huxley, first Director of the United Nations Education Scientific Cultural Organization, UNESCO, who started the International Baccalaureate curriculum. But Aldous Huxley said, “Here’s how you use education and bring about global governance. Number one, rewrite history to discredit nationalism and promote globalism. So don’t teach patriotism, teach globalism, global values. Two, teach thinking skills based on feelings and experience, not facts and reason. Three, encourage loyalty to peers and teachers, not family and churches. Teach loyalty to peers and teachers,” so that’s group consensus. “Four, immerse students in global beliefs and values.” We’ve discussed some of those today. “Five, block opposition to the new global paradigm,” meaning get people like me off the radio and television who are telling you this kind of stuff and block the opposition to the global world view. “Six, condition students to serve a greater whole.” What is that? That is called socialism, the greater whole. We’re not interested in individuality, we’re interested in the greater whole.
And then in closing, listen to this, Dr. Shirley McCune, addressing the 1989 Governor’s Conference in Education said this, “What’s happening in America today is a total transformation of our society. We have moved into a new era. I’m not sure we have really begun to comprehend the incredible amount of organizational restructuring and human resource development.” That’s what your kids are by the way. They’re not individuals, they’re not humans, they’re human resource, they’re human capital to be used by the global elite for their own agenda. They’re not individuals created in the image of God.
She goes and say, “What we have to do is to build a future, the revolution in curriculum is that we no longer are teaching facts to children.” Can I say that again? She said to the 1989 Governor’s Association, Governor’s Conference, “What we have to do is to build a future, the revolution in curriculum is that we no longer are teaching facts to children.” Well, that’s very, very clear from the International Baccalaureate curriculum. Oh, they’ll tell you they’re teaching science, but it’s junk science, global warming. Oh yeah, they’ll tell you they’re teaching math, but it’s story problems mixed into fuzzy math and politically correct math projects with stories.
Folks, this is very, very serious. But how many people know what I’m talking about today? That’s why we do this program, that’s why we do our radio show because folks, the prize is our children. If you’re in your 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, they really don’t care about you, they’re waiting for you to pass on with and with rationed healthcare they’ll help you pass on due to active euthanasia. The heart of this whole movement, the goal, the prize is your children and grandchild. Do you understand the times? Do you know how to respond? That’s what we’re here to help you do.
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By the way, this is the kind of stuff we talk about at our Worldview Weekend Rallies all over the country. Free, one night Biblical Worldview Weekend Rallies and we come to about 60 cities a year. You’ll find out about the list of cities we’re coming to at Worldviewweekend.com, Worldviewweekend.com. Now we’re gonna take a quick break, come back, go to the auditorium of a recent Worldview Weekend for this week’s keynote presentation. I’m Brannon Howse, it is the Worldview Weekend Hour, thanks for watching.
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