Letter: What we weren’t taught back then
Those who grew up in the ’40s and ’50s are likely to complain that today’s school children are being taught an altered version of U.S. History. Well, it seems that none of us read the truth in our history books, either.
Did we ever learn that George Washington warned that secret societies could infiltrate our government, or that Jefferson gave dire cautions about the banking industry? Where did we read that the Federal Reserve Bank was founded secretly by a group of wealthy elite and that it is not a legitimate part of our government?
Those of us who were conned into wearing the little blue United Nations flag pins — distributed in schools — had no idea that such a body was formed to take down national borders and work toward one-world government. Were we ever led to suspect that elections were engineered and candidates funded by hidden groups plotting behind closed doors?
Our presidents, with the exception of a very few, are hand picked to carry out the bidding of organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations and the Tri-Lateral Commission.
We have all been fooled for too long, but at last and bit by bit much of this information is now seeping into the open.
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