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What If Everything You Were Taught Was A Lie








 
There is a war going on right now and it doesn’t involve guns or the military industrial complex. It’s a war on consciousness and most people are clueless that it even exists.

Education or Indoctrination?

Ultimately, the education system can be blamed for feeding us propaganda and forcing us to regurgitate it so we can “fit in” with the rest of society.

Our public school systems are set up to get the students primed for economic slavery without ever offering courses that allow to students to think creatively or freely.

If you trace the companies who print our children’s textbooks, you’ll find a Zionist agenda behind them all.

For example, George W. Bush’s grandfather, Prescott Bush, was arrested for funding both sides of World War II, yet we never learned this in school.

Why? Because had we learned this, NEITHER Bush would have been elected president for having a traitor in their lineage.

We are taught about Darwinism and how man evolved from ape but if this were true, then why are there still apes?

And surely, Christopher Columbus didn’t “discover” America.

Granted some things that we learn in school are the truth, such as math, music and some science but our TRUE history has been kept from us for reasons of subservience, control and conformity.

In all forms of education, there are still perpetual references to “fossil fuels” including at the college level.

How ridiculous is this? Oil is abiotic, which means it replenishes itself, yet we are draining the planet of a lubricant that serves no other interests other than economic.

For example, in the late 1980’s, Stanley Meyer invented a car that could go from coast to coast in the United States on 21 gallons of water.

He was offered $1 billion from the automobile industry for his invention but turned it down because he wanted this idea to go to the people.

Shortly afterwards, he was poisoned to death and the invention has been hidden from us ever since, yet our children are not learning about inventors such as Meyer in school, nor are they being encouraged to develop alternate fuel sources.

Our children are inevitably asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Their answers become conditioned responses in various forms of economic subservience instead of what they truly would like to do.
A better question to ask them, once they understand the concept of money is, “If there was no such thing as money, then what would you like to do with your life?”











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