CNBC: We are all slaves to central banks

ancona

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The sheeple still will never get it. There are tens of millions of people in the USA that can't even tell you what the branches of government are, much less explain in any detail how our fiat system of money came about and what it means.

We have become tragically stupid, teaching our kids things like transgender acceptance in schools instead of economics and government. In fact, most schools no longer teach civics at all and nearly zero public institutions of learning teach government. My daughter is in private school for a reason, and it has everything to do with the liberal/socialistic teachings rammed down their throats by government schools.

We're poisoning our childrens minds one day at a time in these places.

Just take a look at any new school constructed in your area. Notice something? That's right, no windows my friends. If they do have windows, they are above eye level when students are seated, or they are slit type windows. Schools are also completely fenced in, looking more like a jail than a school.
 
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he said buy gold (-:

good enough for me ......
even though ive no friggin idea who any of those pompous talking heads are
 

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Yeah Ancona I hear you. I send some articles out to my friends in email when i come across something interesting in the econ/pm/libertarian world. Most usually dont say much. The other day my friend totally went off on me that I was preaching like i was some religious zealot. And he is a very financially educated and intelligent person.
 

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I am with Ancona. Schools need to be worried less about social issues and more about basic skills and core knowledge.
 

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Yes and no Mark. The private school is still going to teach the status quo- of selective history, keynesiasm, central banking, and mediocrity.

I learned more in the last years- then anything I learned in school.

Private schools are better for learning some basics... so that part is fine.
 

ancona

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I have to call bullshit on that one Cliff......sorry dude!

I am on the board of our school, and have been instrumental in bringing true education back. Our enrollment requests have doubled as a direct result of having a curriculum based on real life instead of the imaginary horseshit rainbow and unicorn future the dhimmitards want.

We actually make the kids learn how to balance a checkbook, and we teach them about the Federal Reserve. In addition, we teach them about government, the branches and responsibility of the same and how each one of them is responsible to elect people who will actually represent them in the House and Senate.
 
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