Tue. Jan 18th, 2022

Like many things: the food industry, the medical-pharmaceutical establishment, the mainstream media… the elite corporate/ banker hidden controllers have also standardized the education system through funding. For example, many years ago in the USA, much money was poured into education by the Rockefeller created National Education Association with the help of the Carnegie Foundation and later on the Ford Foundation and this was not done out of the kindness of their hearts. -The result of the efforts of such organisations can be seen worldwide today in the real purpose of the education system which is to teach children and young people:

1. Conformity to authority figures.

2. Acceptance that ‘truth’ and what is ‘real’ comes from authority.

3. Reward comes from accurate memory recall from heavy repetition.

4. Non-compliance will be punished.

Thus, the real purpose of the education system is to cultivate conformity and prohibit critical thinking about anything of real importance.

Starting at 4 years old (and what could be a better age to start a mass indoctrination) then by the time an individual comes out of the education system, some 12 years plus on, they would have had more than their fair share of programming and brainwashing, unable to really think for themselves. -As Einstein said, ‘real thinking is to think the unthinkable.’ Any genuine outside-of-the-box thinking having significant humanitarian or mother Earth friendly benefit, if pursued, may well be ignored, quashed, ridiculed or suppressed by the influence of those hidden controllers if it is perceived as a threat to any of their businesses:
















Unsung Heroes

Here’s a list of just some of history’s truly great humanitarian outside-of-the-box thinkers with their innovative ideas/products that have never been able to see the light of day due to the above reasons. I bet you never studied these ‘taboo subjects’ in your formal education training:

Raymond Rife and his Universal Microscope for curing cancer.

After successfully curing cancer patients, the Rockefeller owned American Medical Association later had this work laid down to rest by closing down Rife’s set ups.

Nikola Tesla

Wardenclyffe Tower Project- free energy. Due to undercutting the cost of the conventional electricity grid system, Tesla’s funding was stopped. His equipment and lab was burned down.

Linus Pauling

‘Unified Theory’ cure for heart disease. Due to greater interests in corporate profitability and perceived financial threat, this highly successful cheap alternative therapy has not been allowed that much attention.

Adam Trombly

Free energy dynamo.

Proven free energy by accessing electrical power from air, but never allowed to see the light of day…

Wilhelm Reich-Cloud bursting and weather control.

Again this workable mechanism for producing rain clouds for crop irrigation in drought areas was stopped by those ever watchful lackeys for the hidden corporate /banker controllers.

Allowing something like this could lead to food abundance and greatly contribute to ending world hunger. However, the controllers don’t want world hunger to end. If this happened it would make it more difficult to control these people in what would no longer be third world countries… Don’t forget, their hidden enslavement agenda.

Thus, essentially, the corporate based education system with its carefully selected curricula covertly serves to impede or stultify real human growth.

The corporate funded education establishment just wants you to fit into the system. This is totally consistent with the Pink Floyd song ‘All in all, you’re just another brick in the wall.’ Those individuals most programmed and brainwashed by the education system are likely to be more successful than others. Take for example, at job interviews. Having a greater corporate mindset is more likely to get the job than others: This ‘mindset’ resonates with interviewers of similar disposition…

On the subject, too-big-for-their-boots-corporations are soulless greed machines with all the hallmarks of a psychopath. Don’t be deceived by the effrontery, they care very little about the planet and the people on it. Coldly, to the corporations an employee is just a resource, no more than a piece of office equipment, equally expendable, hence the department human ‘resources’. To the corporations, ‘making enough money’ doesn’t exist in their vocabulary. How can it possibly exist when it’s not in their thoughts?

By rahul