Exposed: Anti-American Agenda in Common Core State Standards

TN Note: This is a must read article. Common Core is further uncovered as a ruse on Americans and their precious children. In 1934, Technocracy called education “a system of human conditioning”, and that is exactly what they have accomplished with Common Core. If you love America’s kids, then these globalist destroyers need to be called out, shamed and stopped before we lose this entire generation to the global hive-mind.

A former marketing executive for textbook publishing giant Pearson Education reveals the anti-American agenda behind Common Core and the Advanced Placement U.S. History framework in the third video of a series produced by Project Veritas and focused on the corporate cronyism behind the education reform known as Common Core.

Kim Koerber, a former Pearson executive who now works as a sales consultant for National Geographic – another Gates Foundation-funded Common Core publisher – tells the Project Veritas undercover journalist that “conservative voters are afraid of everything,” and proceeds to say why Common Core is important in her view.

She explains that those behind Common Core and the new AP U.S. History framework have attempted to minimize the Constitution and remove Christianity from the core concepts, while they also stress the importance of teaching about Islam:

“The dead white guys did not create this country,” Koerber says. “They [presumably conservatives] want to talk about those dead white guys.”

Koerber continues that Common Core is necessary because “it needs to be come cohesion between the states.” She expresses frustration, however, that “Texas keeps screwing it up over and over again.”

“People who say they want to teach the Constitution, only want to teach the part of the Constitution that they like,” she tells the journalist, who then asks her about the Second Amendment.

“But yet they don’t want to teach all of it,” she replies. “Damn the Second Amendment.”

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Davos Elite Warn Of Tsunami In Fourth Industrial Revolution

TN Note: Technocracy and technocrats are about to kill millions of jobs, driving people into poverty. It is ironic that the 2030 Agenda promises decent jobs for everyone and to reduce poverty everywhere, while at the same time promoting the 4th Industrial Revolution. However, technocrats do not care about people, but only about advancing technology. This will eventually lead to a huge demographic downturn as populations face attrition.

 In the chill of Davos, Switzerland this year, World Economic Forum participants are concerned about innovating responsibly. Research related to the conference theme ‘Mastering the 4th Industrial Revolution’ warns that increasingly high-tech changes threaten to eliminate millions of people’s jobs.

International entrepreneurial leadership guru CP Gurnani admits: “I am frightened because we are going too fast. Are the changes too exponential? [Have the] architects of this revolution—if there are any architects—planned for societal changes? Have we planned for human capital enablement? Have we planned for security?”

Nineteenth century steam revolutionised first transportation then factories (Industrial Revolutions I and II), then last century digital technology overtook analog (the ‘Third Industrial Revolution’).

Our correspondent Sarah Chappell presented the core questions: “The World Economic Forum has described the Fourth Industrial Revolution as a tsunami of technological advances that will transform our economy. But what of the impact on the labour market? Where will the work come from for all those people now doing jobs that will disappear as they are replaced by machines?”

Policy makers are looking at worst-case scenarios of technology making people’s skills obsolete, economically devaluing them.

Major developed and emerging economies are at risk, with the greatest pressure on the lowest wage-earners, warns UNI Global Union General Secretary Philip Jennings.

“Let’s look at the scale of the problem that is in front of us: we already have 200 million people unemployed; half the world’s workforce is surviving on just a couple of dollars a day, and they are classified as in the informal sector. If you put on top of that this digital revolution that is taking place and the impact on jobs and all the statistics we see are alarmous [sic].”

The challenge is to ensure that new technologies benefit the greatest number of people, so that the ‘revolution’ is peaceful.

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America May Not Prepared For Self-Driving Cars

TN Note: Society and industry are going to be turned upside-down with driverless cars. Shared rides but sans a driver, will put Uber and taxi cabs out of business. Most of society will not even own a car, but rather will pay share fees to get from point A to point B. This is the dream of technocrats and Sustainable Development: Smart Cities. For instance, the Smart Cities Council is playing up driverless cars as the wave of the future.

Sometime in the future – although no one quite knows when – your morning commute may look something like this: Open an app, summon a car and wait for the arrival of a driverless vehicle that will whisk you to work like a ghost chauffeur.

For many of the automakers and technology companies gathering at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week, the big question is not whether such an event could become a reality, but whether we are ready.

The short answer: We are not.

“The technology is really advancing faster than we had originally anticipated,” said Steve Hill, the director of the governor’s office of economic development in Nevada, the first state to pass legislation allowing driverless cars to be tested, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. “I wouldn’t really say that Nevada, or really any place else, has really developed the policies that will be needed to facilitate the industry moving forward.”

By many accounts, Mr. Hill is right. Even though fully autonomous cars could be ready for the road within the next decade, only 6 percent of the country’s most populous cities have accounted for them in their long-term plans, according to a study from the National League of Cities, an advocacy and research group.

“If governments are not equipped to react quickly when automated vehicle technology is ready for use by consumers, that will be a challenge, and it has the possibility to delay consumer benefits from this technology,” said Emily Castor, the director of transportation policy at Lyft, which recently announced a $500 million partnership with General Motors dedicated in part to developing a fleet of autonomous cars.

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Study Says Early Man’s Actions Caused Global Warming

TN Note: Stretching credulity beyond recognition, climate scientists are now arguing over the role of “early man” – and in particular, farmers – in causing modern global warming. These people have completely gone off the rails.

The world’s first farmers and their slash-and-burn agriculture may have set off global warming.

A new analysis of ice-core climate data, archaeological evidence and ancient pollen samples is being used to suggest farming some 7,000 years ago helped put the brakes on a natural cooling process of the global climate, possibly contributing the warmer climate seen today.

But the study is expected to raise a few eyebrows, given there were far fewer people on Earth back then and industrialization — and the coal-fired power plants that come with it — was still a long ways off.

A study was the work of an international team led by William Ruddiman, a University of Virginia climate scientist, who first grabbed attention a dozen years ago with a controversial theory that humans altered the climate by burning massive areas of forests to clear the way for crops and livestock grazing. Dubbed the “early anthropogenic hypothesis,” Ruddiman and his colleagues found that that carbon dioxide levels rose beginning 7,000 years ago, and methane began rising 5,000 years ago.

It sparked heated debate back then and continues to be debated among some climate scientists.

In the latest paper, Ruddiman and his 11 co-authors from institutions in the United States and Europe conclude that that accumulating evidence in the past few years, particularly from ice-core records dating back 800,000 years ago, show that an expected cooling period was halted after the advent of large-scale agriculture. Otherwise, they say, the Earth would have entered the early stages of a natural ice age, or glaciation period.

“Early farming helped keep the planet warm,” Ruddiman said in a statement, regarding the study that appeared in a recent edition of the journal Reviews of Geophysics, published by the American Geophysical Union.

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Experts: Your Company Could Be Run By Robots Within 10 Years

TN Note: Frankly, we are all tired of hearing about robots, but as long as the global media keeps pumping out stories, you are going to hear about it here. The elitist economic meeting in DAVOS is apparently getting behind the robot revolution, which will spur all the more research and investment. If they are successful, there will be some dark days ahead. 

Implantable mobile phones. 3D-printed organs for transplant. Clothes and reading-glasses connected to the Internet.

Such things may be science fiction today but they will be scientific fact by 2025 as the world enters an era of advanced robotics, artificial intelligence and gene editing, according to executives surveyed by the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Nearly half of those questioned also expect an artificial intelligence machine to be sitting on a corporate board of directors within the next decade.

Welcome to the next industrial revolution.

After steam, mass production and information technology, the so-called “fourth industrial revolution” will bring ever faster cycles of innovation, posing huge challenges to companies, workers, governments and societies alike.

The promise is cheaper goods and services, driving a new wave of economic growth. The threat is mass unemployment and a further breakdown of already strained trust between corporations and populations.

“There is an economic surplus that is going to be created as a result of this fourth industrial revolution,” Satya Nadella, chief executive of Microsoft, told the WEF’s annual meeting in Davos on Wednesday.

“The question is how evenly will it be spread between countries, between people in different economic strata and also different parts of the economy.”

Robots are already on the march, moving from factories into homes, hospitals, shops, restaurants and even war zones, while advances in areas like artificial neural networks are starting to blur the barriers between man and machine.

One of the most in-demand participants in Davos this year is not a central banker, CEO or politician but a prize-winning South Korean robot called HUBO, which is strutting its stuff amid a crowd of smartphone-clicking delegates.

But there are deep worries, as well as awe, at what technology can do.

A new report from UBS released in Davos predicts that extreme levels of automation and connectivity will worsen already deepening inequalities by widening the wealth gap between developed and developing economies.

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