Global Agenda & Financial Markets: Random Thoughts

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Global Agenda:  Random Thoughts

The USA and the West are hoping Russia attacks the smaller NATO Members. As they will not come to their aid, they will use these attacks to strip their citizens of even more rights in the guise of protecting them against Russians or some other terror threat. What happened after 9/11? Has the world become any safer. What happened after the series of terror attacks plagued Europe in 2016; did anything change?  The only thing that changed was the individuals suddenly lost a huge amount of freedom. And with each Terror attack, the government seizes more and more of whatever little freedom is left.

Random Thoughts On Europe’s Immigrant Invasion?

Radicals were purposely invited into Europe By European Governments. The government knew they would unleash chaos on the populace; it was all planned, and none of them is shocked by what’s taking place. The only ones in a state of shock are the citizens of Europe that have been betrayed by their governments. Soros foundation is actively involved in sponsoring global chaos; they use NGO’s to promote their agenda.  This is why Putin threw Soros out of Russia.

World War 3 has already started it’s called the war on Freedom 

The goal is to strip you of almost all your rights and tell you what to do like a Good robot. People are expecting missiles to rain from the skies. What is happening is that the media is being used to rain down lies and propaganda, and the programming starts at kindergarten. 80% of the millennials are good robots, and if nothing changes, their children will become the perfect bots.

Random Thoughts: The  Fed controls the Money supply & thus they control you 

They do not want a war with a nation that can fight back. They want to create the perception of war so that they can enslave more of the population. As you focus on unnecessary crap they will create trillions of new dollars out of thin air; Inflation is a silent, invisible death tax on the populace; 90% of the populace is oblivious to what’s going on.

Odds of a war with Russia; well at this point we think there is a better chance of an Alien landing on earth and saying  “what’s up earthlings” than of a nuclear war between Russia and the USA.

Random Thoughts on Education and Investing 

School is a total waste of time and college even more so.  If you are willing to take the chance, homeschool your children. Find out what they are good at and let them focus on that. Teach them to learn from history. Most important of all tell them that extreme panic events (these do not occur often) should be viewed as buying opportunities of a lifetime.  All they need to learn is how to gauge the depth of the fear.  This is not too hard to master as they will have years to practise.

If you spend time with them showing them stories of how the masses reacted in 1987, 2000, 2008, etc, they will get a pretty good feel for what’s going on. Their brain will not be tainted as the brains of most adults are and hence they will be able to see these patterns faster. Make sure you limit their television when they are young, and teach them how to use the news as a source of entertainment and not something they should take seriously.  Note these are suggestions and not advice; there is a significant difference between the two. It is up to you how you utilise this information.

The American Education System is Broken

Parents are not involved enough.  Of all the things out of the control of teachers, this one is perhaps the most frustrating. Time spent in the classroom is simply not enough for teachers to instruct every student, to teach them what they need to know. There must, inevitably, be some interaction outside school hours. Of course, students at a socio-economic disadvantage often struggle in school, particularly if parents lack higher levels of education. But students from middle and upper-class families aren’t off the hook, either. The demands of careers and an over-dependence on schools put higher-class kids at risk too when it comes to the lack of parental involvement in academics.

Schools are closing left and right.

 It’s been a rough year for public schools. Many have found themselves on the chopping block. Parents, students and communities as a whole feel targeted, even if school board members are quick to cite unbiased numbers. There is no concrete way to declare a winner in these cases, either. Sometimes, a school closing is simply inevitable but communities should first look for other solutions. Instead of shutting down underutilized public schools – icons of the community – districts should consider other neighbourhood uses, such as a community centre or adult education classes. Closing public schools should not be a short-sighted procedure. The decision should focus on the only investment that really matters: quality public education for all our nation’s children.

Our schools are overcrowded.

The smaller the class, the better the individual student experience. A study by the National Center for Education Statistics found that 14 per cent of U.S. schools exceed capacity. At a time where children need more attention than ever to succeed, overcrowded classrooms are making it even tougher to learn and tougher still for teachers to be effective.

Confidence in Public Schools is declining

Consider, for instance, the steep decline of confidence in America’s public schools between the mid-1970s and the early 1980s, when very little substantive change actually took place inside classrooms. In 1975, 62 per cent of respondents to a Gallup poll indicated that they had a “great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in America’s public schools. By 1983, that figure had dipped to 39 per cent and has not risen again above 50. Full Story

Schools Don’t Prepare Students For The Real World

69% of businesses believe that schools aren’t effectively preparing students for the workforce. This is no surprise given that schools rarely emphasize experiential learning. Not convinced? Only about 1% of American schools support project-based learning.

Andrew told me: “The biggest problem with our existing education system is that it doesn’t allow young people to fail and experiment. An ‘F’ would cripple most students and stain their records forever. We need to push our students to have the kind of experiences that will allow them to stumble, fall and then pick themselves up.”

Students are clearly scared of failure in the status quo; in fact, this particular study from the British Journal of Educational Psychology shows that the avoidance that students adapt to sidestep failure significantly hampers their abilities to learn effectively. Full Story

Other Stories of Interest

Freedom & Independence-almost extinct & forgotten concepts  (Sept 23)

Observer or Participator determines your outcome (Sept 23)

Classic Article Clipping Coinage; the prelude to Fiat & Central Bank Abuse (Sept 21)

Gold 25K plus-experts making those predictions will be dead before Gold hits those targets (Sept 20)

Mass Media Busted; Britain faring better After Brexit (Sept 5)

Listening to Main Stream Media guarantees Stock Market Losses  (Sept 3)

Psychological & Economic Deception Wall Street’s Weapon of Choice (Sept 1)

Brexit Success: Manufacturing Activity Surges to 25 year high (Sept 1)