If Machines Replace Teachers

It is being proposed that technology, artificial intelligence, more properly ‘machine learning’, can and will soon replace human teachers and physical classrooms, that digital systems will tease, challenge and program each student with interactive screen experiences that will lead to predefined, conditioned outcomes, far more efficiently, with greater precision and most importantly control, than sloppy humans could ever manage. When viewed from within the realm of existing knowledge, why would anyone object?

What is generally not considered are the limitations of existing knowledge, not only as data or content, with its implicit misinformation and propaganda, but more deeply, structurally, as a state of consciousness, and the simple fact that screen media filter out the most important qualities and capacities that define being human.

We are faced with a breakdown of general social order and human values that threatens stability throughout the world. Existing knowledge cannot meet this challenge. Something much deeper is needed, a completely new approach. I am suggesting that the very means by which we try to solve our problems is the problem. The source of our problems is within the structure of thought itself.

David Bohm, Knowledge and Insight, 1981

Education as we know it, even most alternative educational models, exist in, and are limited by, the field or the state of mind David calls ‘existing knowledge.’ A metaphor that describes ‘the known’ is a house of mirrors, reflecting and re-reflecting bits of past conditioning as mental images, infinitely within the mirrored room. While this appears to be novel and vast, all this activity remains encased in the limited realm of a relatively tiny room, one small corner in the near infinite potentials of human consciousness. We call navigating the relative realities created in this house of mirrors - education.

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COVID

Who Can We Trust?

I walked by a family with three young masked children. “You know," I said, “young children are exempt from wearing a mask all day. It’s not good for them.” The mother replied; “we live on a military base. It is mandatory.” It doesn’t’ seem to matter if we are ‘believers,’ or not. We do what we are told. Just about everyone does. I find that freaky. Remember The Holocaust. Six million Jews and Poles were enslaved and murdered. At the Nuremberg Trial, the reason given was simply; following orders.

It is apparent to most that the invisible terrorist, Bio-Security, has replaced the traditional villain, but the endless war for control and the money, don’t forget the money, rages on. With rare exceptions we hear the same words over and over again: infected, new confirmed cases, yesterday: 100,000 tested positive in one day, mounting death toll, on all the media platforms, all over the world. We have seen how easily the populations of the world obey and comply.

Far from being "neutral" media predetermines who shall use it, how they will use it, what effects it will have, on individual lives, and what sorts of political forms will inevitably emerge. Consider that more than 3,000 architects and engineers have signed a petition denouncing the official 9/11 story burned into our brains, over and over again, by the same coordinated media coverage, plans exploding, buildings collapsing. Seeing is believing. Which reality prevails? Who can we trust? See Suckered by the Numbers, attached. Very important.

The Sky Is Falling and Red Painted Butts


(Challenging times for parents in an age of assumptions)

As she often does Carly Elizabeth, almost six, climbed into my lap this morning and announced she was not going to paint her butt red. Ten days earlier, referring to the current hysteria, I sarcastically mentioned to another that people were so gullible; “if Fox, Facebook or the CDC told them that painting their butt red would protect them from the COVID monster, there would be a rush on red paint.” Don’t forget, our young children see everything, hear everything and remember everything, what Joseph Chilton Pearce called ‘the model imperative.’
 

Smiling, I felt the need to flush out the metaphor. “Well, you see,” I said to Carly, “like Henny Penny, an acorn fell from the tree and she thought the sky is falling. She ran and told others and they too believed the sky was falling. And then the Rooster, who everyone respected said, yes, painting your butt red will protect you from the falling sky.” I went on to explain that painting our butt red was similar to people making up the idea that that not touching, or wearing a mask, or not being too close would protect them from an invisible COVID monster. Carly laughed. The key here is ‘making-up’. Henny Penny and The Sky Is Falling is a classic because it reveals a classic human trait; we believe too easily, question too little.

I don’t want to live…

A nightmare is a frightening dream that, while dreaming, is mistaken for reality. Thought is a virtual-reality and like a dream or nightmare, it superimposes its make-believe over something much more fundamental, our true authentic nature. Growing exponentially, and for countless centuries, the enchanting dream called thought, memory, and culture blankets human consciousness like thick black smog, rendering humanity’s natural heart and mind faint, a ghostlike shadow. So thick and deep is this enchantment that entire human capacities are forgotten, not modeled and lost in a single generation, while the dreaming mind doesn’t miss or even care about what has been lost, a dehumanizing cycle that spawns even more loss. And to this, we now must add technological virtual-reality, media, and the instantaneous dream-theater called the internet, empowered and controlled by the same enchantment that unifies and covers the earth. For all but a very rare few, this enchantment is all that most ever know.

Our Children Have Been Cheated, Robbed

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LOCKDOWN LUNACY: The Thinking Person’s Guide

By J.B. Handley, CHD Contributing Writer

Preface: Like much of the world, we and especially our children, have been cheated, robbed of the very essence of what makes life beautiful, rich and rare. While I appreciate efforts to ‘respect the concerns of others,’ I grieve how these concerns were manufactured and that once etched in the psyche of our children, that the imprint will not easily be erased – that they must fear the air they breathe, that they must fear touching and being touched, that they must fear drinking lemonade from the same cup, that they must fear sharing cookies at lunch, that they must fear jumping, swimming and splashing in the pool with peers, that hugs are dangerous, that they must fear walking by others, that they are prevented from seeing and therefore trusting feelings hidden behind scary masks, that injected toxic chemicals, being watched and tracked from the inside-out is necessary, even normal, that their teachers and parents show them, by their creepy and fearful behavior, this is the life they are now going to live.

How did this happen? Easy. After WWII the Nuremberg Trials assessed how the Nazi propaganda machine had been so effective. From this, the Fairness Doctrine was established in 1949 to prevent the same thing from happening in the United States. The Fairness Doctrine required that stations provide free air time for responses to any controversial opinions that were broadcast. With the repeal of the Fairness Doctrine on August 5, 1987 — stations could broadcast editorial commentary without having to present opposing views. And with that, propaganda-advertising and by implication censorship, became the norm.

How Fear of a Virus Changed Our World

By Barbara Loe Fisher

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Note: Yes, the seasonal epidemic is over, but the threat to civil liberties has just begun. Barbara is one of the most knowledgable professionals on the harm of vaccines and government vaccine policies. This presentation is an essential overview of what the New Normal will look like if we allow it.

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Fear is a primal biological response to a perceived threat to our survival. Fear triggers momentary paralysis and then a fight or flight reaction before the brain can rationally analyze and calibrate our response to a perceived threat. 1

Right now, people around the world are living in fear of being infected or infecting someone else with a new coronavirus that can kill those most vulnerable without warning. Along with confusion and uncertainty, which prolongs fear, many of us are traumatized by the authoritarian measures governments have taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that began in China in late 2019.

The “new normal” is disorienting, like we have taken a hit to the gut and then to the head that we didn’t see coming. Maybe that is why so many Americans, who value freedom of speech, religion, assembly, privacy and the right to work, have given those constitutional rights up, without stopping to think through the ramifications of the larger precedent being set.

We are slowly coming out of shock five months after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control declared a public health emergency on January 31, 2 which escalated six weeks later into a social distancing lockdown when the World Health Organization declared a COVID-19 pandemic on March 11. 3

Questions About the Lockdown Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

There are lots of questions being asked now about whether the lockdown response to the new coronavirus has matched the threat, questions like:

Nature Isn’t Broken

It’s over and has been for weeks. We all do our best to make the right decision with the information we have. Forgetting, or not realizing, that public-policy can be based on unproven, outdated, false or even fraudulent assumptions, it is our mutual responsibility to do what is necessary to correct the policy.

Who is accountable?

Real Science Not Media or Political-Pretend Science

The graph below is results presented by the Director of the CDC to a Presidential briefing on April 17th, 2020. Prof. Dolores Cahill is a worldwide renowned expert in high-throughput proteomics technology development and automation, high content protein arrays, and their biomedical applications, including in biomarker discovery and diagnostics. Her knowledge and experiences span the globe. Below is a link to here explaining the information in the graph below. Lister to the narrative while viewing the graph. This is the best, most important, and concise overview of the science related to COVID-19 event you will ever hear.

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