This is Excellent:
The Evolution of An Elite Religion of Racism
John Taylor Gallo pretty much explains it all, from the use of the educational system to kill human imagination to Darwin's brand of insane Eugenic Racism, and the unnatural belief in a super race of evolutionary inbred, next step children who will inherit the Earth as all other "human races" die. Talk about "divide and conquer" yikes! Interesting in light of the clear evidence for a long standing human depopulation and dumbing down agenda, no? This all puts the work of the Bill Gates Foundation into its true context. The foundation has its evil claw in Common Core, vaccinations and ebola crisis theater management. Little by little, everything changes. What will the world look like in another two hundred years?
Maybe this is why they dumb us down with tall dinosaur tales.
History of American Education - John Taylor Gatto - BEST INTERVIEW!! source: Education Options TV
Bill Gates Wants To Kill Our Children
Cartoon equations can save the world's nations by destroying populations.
Seems to me the only way to both save infant lives and to see the population size go down is to use vaccines to make people infertile. Either that or this political double speak is just marketing/propaganda nonsense babel of one kind or another. The reality is Mr. Gates is a spokesman and a paid shill. He used to sell computers and now he is magically an educational/health expert. Whether he is actually a billionaire guy, a life actor or a long lost relative of Mr. Spock is all beyond me. All I know is what he is saying is logically contradictory and that his agenda does indeed seem to exactly resemble what Mr. Gallo is talking about. What I also do know is that the ebola crisis looks like a hoax meant to keep people believing that "we" need to save the world, so "we" have to fund all sorts of ventures and accept all sorts of laws.
Bill Gates says Reduce Population 4 TIMES!! (MUST WATCH) source: Don Haze
Here's An Example of How Dumbed Down Everyone Really Is:
Lawrence Krauss Can't Recall Getting Lost in Space/Time Money Rhymes:
I Think The Interview He Refers To Was From A Multiverse Version of Krauss: One Who Uses "Big" Words!
"I Have No Idea How I Ended Up in That Stupid Geocentrism Documentary" By Lawrence Krauss
"A month or so ago, and again last night, my email, Facebook, and Twitter accounts began to buzz about clips of me appearing in some purported new documentary film promoting … wait for it … geocentrism! The notion that anyone in the 21s tcentury could take seriously the notion that the sun orbits the Earth, or that the Earth is the center of the universe, is almost unbelievable. I say almost, because one of the trials and tribulations of being a scientist with some element of popular celebrity is that I get bombarded regularly by all sorts of claims, and have become painfully aware that ideas as old as the notion that the Earth is flat never seem to die out completely.
Nevertheless, even after being inured to such things, I was surprised to learn of the premise of the film, until I learned that its producer also apparently questions the Holocaust. It is tempting to say that both claims are obscene nonsense, but I believe that does a disservice to the word nonsense.
So, the question I had to face after discovering this abuse of my words was what to do about it. I have no recollection of being interviewed for such a film, and of course had I known of its premise I would have refused. So, either the producers used clips of me that were in the public domain, or they bought them from other production companies that I may have given some rights to distribute my interviews to, or they may have interviewed me under false pretenses, in which case I probably signed some release. I simply don’t know.
Many people have suggested I litigate. But this approach seems to me to be completely wrong because it would elevate the profile of something that shouldn’t even rise to the level of popular discussion. The best thing we can all do when faced by nonsense like that, or equivalent silliness promoted by biblical fundamentalists who claim that science supports a literal interpretation of the Bible, is to ignore it in public forums, and not shine any light on the authors of this trash. As far as this particular film is concerned, one might hope that it has high production value that cost the producers a lot of money. Then, when no one beyond the three people in the country who may somehow have missed the last 500 years of science and history during their education watches the film, we can hope that the whole misbegotten enterprise will bankrupt the production company, or at least severely cramp its style.
It is, after all, impossible in the modern world to shield everyone from nonsense and stupidity. What we can do is provide the tools, through our educational system, for people to be able to tell sense from nonsense. These tools include the scientific method, skeptical questioning, empirical evidence, verifying sources, etc.
So, for those of you who are scandalized that a film narrated by a well-known TV celebrity with some well-known scientists promotes geocentrism, here is my suggestion: Let’s all stop talking about it from today on. This will be the last thing I intend to write about it. Note I have avoided mentioning the name of the film. I objected to even embedding the trailer, but my Slate editor insisted on including the video. I recommend not wasting time watching it. If you haven’t heard about it, as I expect most people haven’t, then you are losing nothing by not knowing it.
If others bring up the film, the best thing we can do is tell them to not to waste their time or money either watching it or talking about it. Maybe then it will quickly disappear into the dustbin of history, where it belongs."
Logically fallacious or not? You decide,
A Case of Divide, Guide and Conquer?
How may people do you think ignored Krauss and how many clicked the bait? The Geocentric promoted duo are admitted NASA believing Catholic apologists, who seemed to work with some Hollywood and University types to produce their documentary that embraces Einstein's work to make a point. Whether I agree with that point or not is irrelevant as these two were emphasizing both Einstein and the Church and like good apologists they limited the information they hung out to dry. I have to wonder if this was all very contrived. The actress who narrated the film made a similar claim and now has Star Trekked over to wear an orange jumpsuit on the gender bending Netflix "prison chick" series.