Reason 60: Because It’s The Victors Who Write History

Here is a fascinating article out of the UK. It complains about the fear of teaching history in their school houses.

So before we digest this article let’s take a little look at the UK, and Europe in general. They have two problems, which combined are a recipe for hardship. One, which seems to be endemic to Europeans, is that they don’t seem to have enough faith in the future to bother with having children. Second, their pyramid-scheme socialist system depends on new workers to support those at the top.

But when you’re answer to that problem is based on a pluralistic mindset which are the result of institutionalized indoctrination in generations past, then it seems like a great idea to invite hordes of immigrants from regions known for backwardness, violence and theocracies. And with all that, you have a recipe for something worse than disaster.  It’s a recipe for social suicide, and that’s about what is taking place.

Photo taken from “Trumpet Call” of BBC nightly airing of muslim call to prayer during Ramadan

Secular humanism is a religion suited only for the rich and pampered masses of western civilization. It affords entire societies to play let’s pretend everything is great, and the world is just one big happy place, and then ignore any evidence to the contrary.  Of course then everything that happens can be explained away. So as you watch more and more violence take place, and more and more places that your country men can’t tread in their own country, you just wistfully explain it away… and hope you die before the music stops playing. To be sure, if you have no progeny to worry about, by jove that might just work!

With this in mind consider this from the article:

Schools are dropping the Holocaust from history lessons to avoid offending Muslim pupils, a Government backed study has revealed.

It found some teachers are reluctant to cover the atrocity for fear of upsetting students whose beliefs include Holocaust denial.

There is also resistance to tackling the 11th century Crusades – where Christians fought Muslim armies for control of Jerusalem – because lessons often contradict what is taught in local mosques.

As I’ve often said, secular humanism is no match for Islam. It will fail, and with it so will Europe. The teachers will follow their leaders in bowing to violence. And the elites will celebrate.

American birth rates are beginning to implode too. But we do have a couple of things going for us. One, hispanics are the servant class of choice for now. They are not violent, and they’re hard workers. In short, they are not from Islamic states. But America also seems to have a really bad case of Stockholm Syndrome after 9/11.  It elects governments that promise to make sure to bring hordes of Muslims to our own shores, and that’s one promise that I think they’ll keep.

So in conclusion keep this in mind. There’s no such thing as a neutral view of history. No matter who teaches it to your child, they will teach someone’s view of it. Given the directions leftward and Eastward of our fearless leaders, I’d say that your child is going to get a very bad dose of history lessons in the state school. I’m positive they won’t read anything like the history you got, which didn’t read anything like the history your parents got. History is not something to be taught, it is a tool used for shaping the minds of future servants. So if you want your children to learn what really happened in history, I’m afraid you’re going to have to get some old books and put forth some good old fashioned effort. You’ll have to read everything with a healthy dose of scepticism.  But in the end, hopefully, your child will not be taught that every ill in the world was brought to this innocent little world by religion and America.

Note:

See Trumpet Call

and to read more see: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-445979/Teachers-drop-Holocaust-avoid-offending-Muslims.html#ixzz3pj3T1gGp
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