“Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted”. ….. Lenin

Posted: February 11, 2013 in Uncategorized

If you give a damn about what your children are being exposed to in school these days you will want to read this and ABSORB it!

This is happening all over the world right now where “Green Eco-Religious Whackos” are pumping absolute BS into your little babies heads at the earliest age possible!

Have you seen your child coming home from school with pictures of polar bears trying to swim and hang onto a little ice floe for dear life?………have they had to do projects in school on Global Warming and how to save the children from drowning in strange countries even you haven’t heard of?  Have they had to scrounge up pennies to send to Suzuki Foundation, or WWF, or Earth First, or Earth Day?

All of these so-called “charities” are about as twisted and insincere as one can get!

Read the above headline and shake your collective heads………this is child abuse on a massive scale!

Windpower Propaganda: At A School Near You?

by Sherri Lange
February 11, 2013

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“The misconceived greening of children calls for a major grassroots pushback to entirely de-list wind power from curricula. Rip those wind power pages out of textbooks. Or one day soon, tell the truth about industrial wind, NOT story book bucolic tales of wind ‘farms’ or ‘parks’.”

Any parent involved with their children’s homework or school knows that “green” is in. But too often more than that, “green” notions are presented as self-evident truths where there should be critical thinking and discussion. Also too often, federal and state funds are being dispensed to create the ‘greenest’ possible hearts and minds for tomorrow.

Such is the case with an industry that is economically useless andenvironmentally destructive: industrial wind power.

A website of the U.S. Department of Energy, Wind Powering America, describes how schools can receive taxpayer funding for wind projects. The site provides links to wind-friendly educational materials from Canada, California, Idaho, the Dakotas, Montana, and Arizona.

Alaska is on this list, where the U.S. Coast Guard assisted and provided a wind turbine for Mt Edgecumbe High School. “The options for education are really limitless,” states Kat Keith of the Alaska Center for Energy and Power. “Using wind energy as a hands-on tool, students can learn about physics, math, and other energy applications.”

Yes, the applications are limitless.… And that is a problem.

Classroom Cronyism

Wind companies and their trade groups are also involved. In Ontario, my province, teachers are asked how they feel about corporate logos in schools in exchange for such “benefits” as free computers. The response is often negative, but industrial-wind propaganda abounds in textbooks, learning materials, and kid-friendly websites.

Take a peak at these corporate “green” programs all around you.Here in Canada, there is Lego, and his/her treats, Dad’s Cookies (now Kraft).

Eco Logo products for kids abound. Spin Master, third largest toy manufacturer in the USA and the largest in Canada, now advertises that it uses Bullfrog Power, thus luring young purchasers further into green propaganda.

Is such really social corporate responsibility if consumers pay more for so-called green wind power and unwittingly contribute to economic inefficiency and environmental losses? Form, or substance?

But for now the battle ground to reflect truth, although up and running, is up against some rather large obstacles: Websites abound to provide teachers hungry for materials: One example,www.kidwind.org has wind favorable lesson plans, teacher friendly, and handy information for State “challenges” such as wind turbine design (see Pennsylvania 2013, Harrisburg: Two divisions, 4-8 and grades 9-12).

For a rather frightening look at the infiltration of the industry in our schools, see the lengthy lists of first, second and third tier donors here. Naturally, the big hitters are here: Acciona, NextEra, NYSERDA, IBERDOLA, AWEA (American Wind Energy Association) and yes, the University of Guelph is also a donor. So is Ireland. This is quite the map of infiltration at high levels, with deep pockets. Do kids have a chance?

Curriculum Aids

Rob Bradley in “Teach the Children Well: Six Thinkers for a New Generation,” warns us about dumb-down education that does not awaken students to the real debates and the “conflict of visions” behind them that inspire true understanding and learning.

“World views and critical thinking skills are formed early,” he reminds us. Understanding that kids may well be better equipped to hear messages that their teachers may not be willing or ready or knowledgeable enough to deliver, Kinkaid School (Houston) now has a clearheaded, advertising-free space, www.freekinkaid.org that could easily be a template for other schools. The site is a resource for

  • Students to see what they may be missing;
  • Parents to learn what is missing to discuss with their children-students (and even teachers);
  • Teachers to see what many students, parents, and alumni believe is missing.        This kind of site can obviously do much to enlighten entire teaching communities about propaganda-drenched curriculum in a variety of areas, and introduce new thinking (such as free-market environmentalism and the contributions of Julian Simon).    READ MORE HERE:
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Comments
  1. 1957chev says:

    My son is the child of a wind warrior…LOL! He knows everything there is to know about the windscam, and the government collusion, involved. He hears about it every day. The rural kids are aware, and have even done school projects, on the negative aspects of wind turbines. Being on the front lines, gives you a different perspective! We have a responsibility to share the truth with our kids, whether the schools are willing, or not.

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