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‘All 5 Year Olds Are Mentally Ill’

I recently read a post titled Cradle to Grave – Parental Relief Program at Annette Hall’s blog.

Annette wrote a passionate plea for parents to wake up and smell the coffee with regard to the danger of institutionalizing little kids in government universal preschools that will include mental health screening for little kids. She wrote that, “The state of Illinois has already implemented universal mental health screening for pregnant mothers and their infants.” She reminded her readers that children were rounded up in Nazi Germany where many were the victims of horrid “mental” experiments.

Annette’s post speaks to a very real concern. There is a nationwide push for mental health screening that coincides with the push to government preschool for all. Children ages 3-5, who are not pronounced mentally fit or who fall behind academically, may be prescribed psychotropic drugs. (Never underestimate the interests of pharmaceutical companies in universal preschool.) That sparked me to do some research that led to this…

“Education does not mean teaching people to know… It means teaching them to behave as they do not behave,” or so claims a 1962 report titled, The Role of Schools in Mental Health sponsored by the National Institute for Mental Health.

That was followed in 1965 by the passage of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (a law still in existence today) that allocated federal funds to psychological and psychiatric programs in schools effectively turning them into what education researcher John Taylor Gatto called, “behavioral engineering plants.” In his book, The Underground History of American Education, Gatto explains:

“The psychological goals of this project and the quality of mind in back of them are caught fairly in the keynote address to the 1973 Childhood International Education Seminar in Boulder, Colorado, delivered by Harvard psychiatrist, Chester M. Pierce. This quote appears to have been edited out of printed transcripts of the talk, but was reported by newspapers in actual attendance:

‘Every child in America entering school at the age of five is mentally ill because he comes to school with certain allegiances to our founding fathers, toward our elected officials, toward his parents, toward a belief in a supernatural being, and toward the sovereignty of this nation as a separate entity. It’s up to you as teachers to make all these sick children well — by creating the international child of the future.'”

Gatto continues, “The prescription should sound familiar, we’ve encountered it before as the marching orders of the Prussian volksschulen.”

These references to Nazi Germany by both Annette Hall and John Gatto are spot on. Training an obedient global workforce that fuels the economy through non-stop consumption is the goal of universal preschool and universal mental health screening. The earlier children can be indoctrinated the better, which is why we’re seeing this push to preschool. The sign placed above the Auschwitz prison-work camp said it all and might as well hang above the doors of government preschools. “Arbeit Macht Frei” — work brings freedom. Sig heil!

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