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Real-World Education (english)
04 Mar 2003
Besides real-world experience in our so-called "free-trade democracy", the best way to get an education is to drop out of school, read banned books, and learn to use the Internet for discovering and sharing high-quality information....

Like I've mentioned before, education by example is real. Education measured by contrived corporate-government tests is fraudulant.

If Mitt Romney wants to prove he's sincere, he'd be driving a 50-mpg VW Jetta TDI fueled with domestic and renewable biodiesel. Or a lithium-ion electric vehicle (EV) charged by windpower or other forms of abundant solar energy.

So would I if "our" government - run by the fraudulant Federal Reserve Corporation & associates - hadn't ruined my enterprise to commercialize advanced EVs, PV (photovoltaics) and other RE (renewable energy).

Why, for example, is there no windfarm on the Boston Harbor Islands? Because of political-financial fraud in "our" government.

Instead of imprisoning more decent citizens than the USSR ever did, why doesn't "our" government imprison banksters and other white-collar crooks and terrorists?

There is no shortage of energy and real wealth, just a shortage of common sense among those who pretend to be "our" government.

Furthermore, as proven by the dumbing-down of America over the last two decades (or the last century), so-called "universities" are little more than prisons for training folks to get "jobs" in a counter-productive "economy" which is TRILLIONS of "U.S. dollars" in debt.

Real facts, less salesmanship - please!

Besides real-world experience in our so-called "free-trade democracy", the best way to get an education is to drop out of school, read banned books, and learn to use the Internet for discovering and sharing high-quality information.

Funding of "universities" is a waste of resources, except for good libraries, as Thomas Jefferson advocated and established in Virginia centuries ago.

For starters, look up the word "university" in a good dictionary. Good encyclopedias and dictionaries are better than today's silly textbooks.

"Teachers" and students, like everyone else, should be paid to stay at home and educate themselves. Reading Buckminster Fuller's CRITICAL PATH is a good start.

$730 TEA dollars per month, issued by elected local Treasuries - plus equal opportunities to earn more reality-based money - will make all this corporate-government racketeering obsolete. Otherwise it will collapse like the Third Reich - from the enemy within.

There's no need to send American soldiers all over the world to steal gas and oil for transnational corporations. We have more than enough clean energy right here. Just look at the TEA spreadsheets and check the facts for yourself:

If Mitt is a real entrepreneur and a real republican, he'll prove it by example.

Best Regards,


--- Tagg Romney wrote:
> Commitment TO EDUCATION
> Ø Despite this year’s fiscal crisis, Governor Romney’s proposed
FY04 budget includes an additional $3.8 million for student testing
and an additional $3 million for improving the MCAS.
> Ø This added funding will maintain the existing student testing
program and expand the program to meet the growing needs of the Class
of 2003 and beyond.
> Ø The additional student assessment money will create new
exams for science and social studies, which will be included as
graduation requirements along with the existing exams for math and
> Ø The additional funding in the Governor’s FY04 budget will
give students more opportunities to pass the exams between their
sophomore year and graduation day.
> Ø Governor Romney is ensuring that money will be available to
aid students in the Class of 2003 who do not meet the MCAS standard
by graduation day. These dollars will be used to develop Pathway
programs at community colleges and elsewhere to meet the needs of
students who need additional assistance.
> "The total education of children is the measure of a generation's
success or failure."
> Governor Mitt Romney
> State of the State Address, February 25, 2003

************* - United States President. - TEA. - R. Buckminster Fuller.

http://Public-Action.Com - True or Not? Decide For Yourself.

http://TheMoneyMasters.Com - A History of Banksters.

http://Treasurynet.Org - Time + Energy = Wealth.

http://Vialls.Homestead.Com - Exposing Media Disinformation.

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