It’s a small world after all, it’s amazing how small it is… and if we aren’t careful it will be small enough for One World Government
Recently FOX News Judge Napolitano did a video in which he asked “What if both parties are the same.. What if the two parties simply make you think you have a choice–
It might be a good time to watch …. or rewatch it
What if many of the questionable actions by the Obama Administration were nothing more than a continuation of a scheme set in motion By George Herbert Walker Bush………………
Scary Thought Huh?
Recently many American’s were shocked to find out Barack Obama was giving some Islands off the Alaskan Coast to Russia— It was called treasonous, it probably was. But as most Conservatives now know, except the ones who limit themselves to FOX News– It was George Bush Senior who actually cut the deal with Russia– it was left up to our current Jackass in Charge to execute it..
I doubt many liberals are even aware of United Nations Agenda 21, Most reasonably informed Conservatives are, they are also aware of what it’s implementation means for American sovereignty.
According to this Administration a request for military assistance by the UN is all the justification it needs to take America to War — whether Congress likes it or not. That’s not just Constitutional Over Reach and a violation of both law and the President’s Oath of Office under some conditions it could be considered Treason.
Obama’s predecessor George Bush frequently challenged, mostly by the left, for regulatory overreach by the Executive Branch. Obama is a master of Over-reach. He’s much better at than than Bush ever was. He’se is constantly finding ways to bypass Congress and ignore Constitution. Worse he brags about it. That said, don’t forget his predecessor set many of the precedents that are allowing him to get away with it.
People who have been watching closely have noticed that most of executive orders and regulations Obama has put into affect mirror the general outlines and are compliant with UN Agenda 21.
What most people do not know is that George Bush Senior signed UN Agenda 21 for the United States.
Most Americans have come to believe that the invasion of Iraq by the younger George Bush was probably more of an attempt to finish his father’s war that it was a necessity for the security United States. Even if Saddam had Weapons of Mass Destruction, he couldn’t use them against the US and was unlikely to use them against any of our friends in the region. He wasn’t going anywhere, he could have waited.
I have often wondered why Jeb Bush spends so much time trying to help Obama force his education agenda Race To The Top on the states. At least publicly Obama has been the Bush family’s biggest critic. Why would Jeb help someone who has spent hours blaming his brother for all the worlds problems.
It might not be that complicated.
In 1990: George H. W. Bush signed an international agreement entitled, “World Education for All (EFA), the result of a United Nations “World Conference on Education for All” summit. (link)
One of the central features of Barack Obama’s educational agenda is something called, Common Core Standards. Common Core is a very thinly disguised attempt to give the Department of Education absolute control of the nations school curriculum. This is a direct violation of United States law. But it is one of the necessary requirements for the United States to comply with UN Agenda 21.
I only found out in the last day or two it was George H W Bush, Jeb Bush’s father who decided that the United States needed to bow to the educational goals of the United Nations. Just like with the Alaskan Islands giveaway and the implementation of Agenda 21 via Regulation, Barack Obama is simply executing part of an agreement that George Bush Senior signed. It looks like Jeb is helping Obama impose his fathers Globalist Agenda
Information below was provided by a website called Utah’s Republic
• 1988: Marc Tucker became the president of the National Center for Education and the Economy (NCEE) where he joined up with Hillary Clinton, Mario Cuomo, and Ira Magaziner to get states tomove away from local control of their schools and migrate to national standards. (link)
• 1990: George H. W. Bush signed an international agreement entitled, “World Education for All (EFA), the result of a United Nations “World Conference on Education for All” summit. (link)
• 1991: Tucker and Lauren Resnick created New Standards that pushed standards-based reform. (link)
• 1992: Tucker writes “Dear Hillary Letter.” This letter, written to Hillary Clinton, addressed Tucker’s ideas for radical education reform after Bill Clinton’s presidential win. The goal is “toremold the entire American system” into “a seamless web that literally extends from cradle to grave and is the same systems for everyone,” coordinated by “a system of labor market boards at the local, state and federal levels” where curriculum and “job matching” will be handled by counselors “accessing the integrated computer-based program.” (link)
• 1994: Tucker’s ambitious plan was implemented in three laws passed by Congress and signed by President Clinton: the Goals 2000 Act, the School-to-Work Act Opportunities Act, and the reauthorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) called “Improving America’s Schools Act of 1994.” (link)
• 1996: An organization called ACHIEVE, Inc. was formed by the nation’s governors and corporate leaders. (Many of them tied to Marc Tucker and the NCEE). The goals from an Education Summit in Palisades, NY were to ACHIEVE the goals of the 1994 school reform bills. (link)
• 1998: Tucker and Judy Codding created America’s Choice, a comprehensive school reform program, that made sure the national standards were further implemented into schools. (link)
• 2001: George W. Bush renames ESEA “The No Child Left Behind Act” and signed it into law. (link)
• 2004: Microsoft (Bill Gates) contracts with UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) to fulfill part of UNESCO’S Millennium Campaign Goals—universal education and educating for a global economy. A “master curriculum” for teacher training in information technologies based standards, guidelines, benchmarks, and assessment techniques is to be developed. (link)
• 2005: Bill Gates funds the New Commission on the Skills of the American Workforce—created by Tucker. States begin adopting its education reform initiative, “Tough Choices or Tough Times.” In 2008, Utah’s Governor Huntsman touts it (see video in link below) and joins with 5 others states (Massachusetts, Delaware, Arizona, New Mexico, and New Hampshire) who adopt it in order to “reinvent their educational systems.” (link)
• 2008: Gates Foundation, along with two other foundations, created Strong American Schools(a successor to the STAND UP campaign launched in 2006, which was an outgrowth of UNESCO’s Millennium Campaign Goals for Universal Education). It calls for American education standards. (link 1) (link 2)
• 2008: Gates Foundation funds the International Benchmarking Advisory Group report for Common Core Standards on behalf of the National Governors Association, Council of Chief State School Officers, and ACHIEVE, Inc. titled, “Benchmarking for Success: Ensuring U.S. Students Receive a World-Class Education.” This report shows the United Nations is a member of the International Benchmarking Advisory Group for Common Core Standards. The member of mention is the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) which developed UNESCO’s Millennium Declaration—partnering with the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. (link)
The report states: While states must take the lead, the federal government can help. And the federal government can do that best by playing an enabling role grounded in a new vision for the historic state-federal partnership in education. (link)
• 2009: Marc Tucker writes a chapter in the book “Change Wars: The Inspiring Future for Educational Change.” One chapter is called International Benchmarking as a Lever for Policy Reform. The book says the UN’s OECD launched Programme for International Student Assessment in 2000 to monitor the outcomes of education. Linda Darling-Hammond also contributes a chapter. Darling-Hammond heads the SBAC (see 2009, December below) (link)
• April, 2009: Gates Foundation members, along with a few dozen others, participate in a Washington conference and produce “Smart Options: Investing the Recovery Funds for Student Success.” These ideas were funded by the 2008 Stimulus (ARRA-American Recovery and Reinvestment Act) and supported Race to the Top. Priority 1: Develop Common American Standards—also called Career-Ready Standards—in most states by January 2012. (link)
• 2009 (summer): Council of Chief State School Officers, National Governors Association, and ACHIEVE, Inc. agree to partner on a common core standards project. (link)
• 2009 (fall): The U.S. Dept. of Ed signals it will fund $360M for summative assessments aligned to Common Core Standards and begins planning meetings. Two consortia begin competing for this funding: Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium and Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers. States begin adopting Common Core Standards and join one of the consortia in order to receive No Child Left Behind waivers from the U.S. Department of Education Secretary, Arne Duncan. (link)
• 2009 (December): Utah becomes a governing member state of Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) and is obligated to use the assessments created by the SBAC which is led by Bill Ayers’ friend, Linda Darling-Hammond. Judy Park, Associate Superintendent, Utah State Office of Ed, eventually co-chairs the Consortia. (link 1)
• June, 2010: National Governors Association and State Education Chiefs launch Common State Academic Standards. (link)
• April 2011: The SBAC Overview Curriculum and Assessment Conference issues a report stating that governing member states must adopt Common Core by Dec. 31, 2011. (link 1)
• 2011: The American Legislative Exchange Council’s (ALEC) education task force calls for the demise of the Common Core Standards, but puts it on hold after receiving a $376,635 grant from the Gates Foundation. (link)
• 2011: Bill Gates speaks at the November G20 Summit in Cannes and issues his report, “Innovation With Impact: Financing 21st Century Development” stating, “My report will address thefinancing needed to achieve maximum progress on the Millennium Development Goals, and to make faster progress on development over the next decade.” (link)
• 2011: Obama Education Secretary Arne Duncan announces “Today, I promise you that [the Department of Education] will be a committed partner in the national effort to build a more environmentally literate and responsible society… We must advance the sustainability movement through education… Education and sustainability are the keys to our economic future-and our ecological future.” (link)
• 2012: States begin to recognize the loss of local control and enormous cost of implementation of the Common Core Standards. Many states begin pushing back. The Heritage Foundation and the Cato Institute call the standards unconstitutional per federal education law.
• 2012: States not on Common Core and not meeting the Annual Yearly Progress requirements of NCLB petition congress for relief. Lawmakers working on options are undercut when the Obama White House circumvents congress to grant waivers from NCLB if states adopt Common Core. (link)