Thursday, July 11, 2013

Stating the Obvious While Ignoring the Obvious

Well, no kidding school privatization schemes will do nothing to alleviate poverty. That's because the goal of privatization is to PROMOTE MORE POVERTY in a neoliberal/globalist nutjob attempt to force all people in all countries to compete with each other in a race to the bottom. Meanwhile, the handful of rich, actually royalists when you get right down to it, will have even more money to themselves.

Milton Friedman and his deranged, sociopathic economic theories will be regarded as among the most evil things in the history of the human race.

But we’ve now reached the point where the economics-omitting “reform” propaganda has jumped the shark, going from deceptively alluring to embarrassingly transparent. That’s because the latest Department of Education study isn’t being released in a vacuum; it caps off an overwhelming wave of evidence showing that our education crisis has far less to do with public schools or bad teachers than it does with the taboo subject of crushing poverty.

It isn't "taboo"--it's the goal.

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