The Hegelian Dialectic and Compulsory Schooling: Dissolving the Family

I made this video back in October for my MVP and VIP patrons, and even though kids are out of school right now, it’s still extremely relevant for today.

Between the bizarre teacher wave parades and the barrage of posts and articles downplaying the role parents pay in their children’s lives and educations, it’s very clear that the narrative remains the same – school is central, while family is a necessary evil.

Visit my channel today to learn how the Hegelian Dialectic, compulsory schooling, and the dissolution of the family are working together for the sake of the New World Order.

Parents ARE Real Teachers

I made this video in response to some posts I’ve been seeing on social media made by both parents and educators.

It’s a sad world we’re living in when the efforts of parents are both undermined and forgotten…even by people who are parents themselves!

Today’s message is about one thing and one thing only… Parents ARE real teachers.

PSA: Kids Don’t Need School to Learn

It’s undeniable that we’re living in extremely troubling times. Businesses are closed, schools are closed, and people are just plain scared.

I’ve been extremely saddened to see some parents in complete despair over the fact that schools are closed. A few have even outright said that now their kids will be “stupid.” (I wish I were joking.) It doesn’t help that people associated with the NEA have been tweeting sentiments that support these fears, so today I’m going to set the record straight…

KIDS DON’T NEED SCHOOL TO LEARN

Schools Are Asking 5th Graders WHAT??

The other day, one of my subscribers messaged me and expressed her concern over a survey her daughter had to complete at school last week. She included a link to an article about it. I was horrified.
It seems that lately schools have been working at a fever pitch to not only indoctrinate children, but to sexualize them.

Parents, if your kids are in school, you have to be vigilant. Better yet, if at all possible, save them and get them out of school NOW. Do you honestly think they’ll get any better? Experience tells us they’ll only get worse.

Public School or Government School? Which Is More Accurate?

Ever since the State of the Union Address, there has been a raging debate going on over whether taxpayer-funded schools are public schools or government schools.

I actually was surprised at the reaction of people to President Trump’s reference to them as “government schools.” (Some people are downright offended by it.) I’ve heard of them referred to as government schools for years, and I thought it was simply synonymous with “public schools.”

Aren’t they the same thing? Does it matter what they’re called? After pondering it for awhile, I’ve realized the answer to that is: It’s complicated.

In today’s video, after much thought on the matter, I delve into which term is actually more accurate.

Most Late Readers Are NOT Learning Disabled

We live in a world that assumes that anyone who deviates from the established school timeline “has something wrong” with them. Late readers are a large portion of this group.

What if I were to tell you that not all late readers have a learning disability? What if I were to tell you that MOST late readers do not have a learning disability?

It’s time to stop looking at children as inanimate science experiments and treat them as the unique individuals they are.

The Hegelian Dialectic and Compulsory Schooling: Conditioning the Masses

Today I publicly posted another video from the Patreon archives.

One of the most common misconceptions about compulsory schooling is that it was instituted to educate. It wasn’t.

The Hegelian Dialectic has been disturbingly successful in our “education” system. We are being conditioned and controlled, and our schools are complicit.

Homeschool vs. Public School

I know, I know. I say all the time that school and homeschool are two different things. But for those who don’t know much about homeschooling, they might have a hard time understanding what that means.

In today’s video I shared a side-by-side comparison of how schools approach certain things, such as curriculum, learning differences, family vacations, etc., and how these same things can be approached in a home educating family.