23 November, 2014

Behind the “Common Core” School Curriculum

Posted by Socrates in Affirmative Action, brown culture, Brown Man, Common Core, feminism, jewed culture, Karl Marx, multiculturalism, nation-building/nation-wrecking, National Socialism, socialism, Socrates, UN, UNESCO at 5:42 pm | Permanent Link


(Above: a photo of UNESCO’s Brown Man. The text under the Man reads: “This symbolic figure represents all of us, everyone on earth, whoever we are, without distinction of any kind such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or any other status.” — Sounds like something Karl Marx could have written; a one-size-fits-all man; from the book “The United Nations: Blueprint for Peace,” 1951, p. 70).

Taking away local authority over schools and giving it to the federal government is a typical leftist idea that will only lead to socialism [1]. Leftist movements weaken White culture, just like termites weaken a house. Soon, White society will collapse, as part of an overall plan, and in its place will emerge a new society populated by Brown Man, who is “better” than White Man, we are told, since he isn’t a “racist oppressor.” By the way, the man who is called the “architect” of Common Core is Jewish.


[1] left-wing socialism is not to be confused with National Socialism, an entirely different thing

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  7. 10 Responses to “Behind the “Common Core” School Curriculum”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      That ‘Brown Man’ bit of ‘sculpture’ really pisses me off! A shit skin bestriding the globe like a colossus, a jewboy’s wet dream.
      I look forward to seeing the jewN building reduced to land fill in the East River.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      I still maintain that social*sm is not necessarily a bad thing for the White race, especially if the alternative is capitalism. Do not conflate capitalism, which is a euphemism for corporate/banking monopolies, with free enterprise. I fully support the latter and utterly condemn the former.

      Public education is turning into a real cesspool of Jew-controlled cultural communism. And as if that wasn’t bad enough now the schools are full of sexual predators posing as teachers. White parents should forcibly take over those taxpayer-funded pigsties, remove the incompetent teachers and administrators, get rid of the NEA and decide for themselves how they want their kids to be taught. Even if it means teaching them -ugh- “creationism”. That would still be a better thing than leaving their kids at the mercy of the Jews, the one-worlders and the pinkos.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      I like the architecture of the UN Headquarters building in NYC. It’s an early example of the International Style. So I would be reluctant to see it destroyed. The UN itself is, of course, an abomination that needs to be totally obliterated.

      CW, could you please explain why there is a giant Ferris Wheel in London? Has that city turned into nothing more than a county fair? A theme park? Is that the best that Great Britain could come up with to celebrate/symbolize the start of a new millenium? I mean, what would Sir Christopher Wren say? And what about that new London office building that looks like a…a…please excuse me, but it looks like a dildo! Surely Sir Christopher is spinning about in his grave over that one!

    4. Howdy Doody Says:

      So a hateful murdering bunch of enemies decided to attack NYC. Hmm Okay.

      So they plan, and plan. Hmm Okay.

      So the best target they come up with was a building that could not be given away, had been attacked in 1993, and was condemned, and had windows falling out in the streets during big windy winter rain storms hitting the street and cars below.

      Luck came to POA of NYC with a strip club operator buying it. Oh lucky for the port only six months before before the disaster struck of mass murder and insurance claims galore. Think Dec. 7, 1941.

      The skin/window frames had corrosion of the aluminum window frames and more problems. I read before 01 that building was estimated that dismantle it would cost two billion.

      Hmm, NJ fuel tank farms, and etc.

      Tim what’s building called again ?

      How many savages in the World could have told you where the twin towers were located d? I say none, that is my guess, none, and that includes savage here too, who did not live near enough to it to ever see it.

      White people where I live could not have told you where the buildings were.

      But most all Whites and some savages know where the un is my guess.

    5. CW-2 Says:

      Tim, that is a good question. I can’t see the purpose for that ridiculous Ferris Wheel. It ruins the view of the river, looks completely tacky, and makes that part of the city look like a theme park. Which in some way is almost quite apt as it faces Parliament Buildings, that well know abode of carnies and jew shisters.
      Norman Fosters’ building isn’t so bad, at least when viewed from the opposite side of the river. Known locally and affectionately as ‘The Gherkin’, it does suggest the architect was overly influenced by the scribblings of ‘Doktor’ Fraud.

    6. Johnny Paytoilet Says:

      Tim, the UN HQ in NYC was designed by Brasilan architect Oscar Niemeyer. He also designed Brasil’s new capital city Brasilia which was constructed between 1956-60. I still remember all the fanfare when the city opened up in 1960 and still have a copy of National Geographic magazine’s article on it, back then. Ironically, Niemeyer was not invited to the dedication of the UN building in 1952 because he was a Marxist and the US Government at the time denied him a visa to enter the country. Niemeyer went on to design more modern structures and lived a very comfortable life in spite of the abject poverty of his native Brasil. As a matter of fact, the construction of the new capital city nearly bankrupted the Latin American country.

      Personally, I don’t like modern or now post-modern architecture. The designs of Le Corbusier, Mies Vander Rohe, Eero Saarinen, Skidmore, Owens & Merrill, etc. are to me empty, sterile and ugly. Nothing but glass and box structures that exhibit no profound aesthetic beauty. Nothing will ever come close to classical architecture, art made practical and useful, the beautiful designs, the materials and the intricate craftsmanship that made it possible. Art Deco came close (1925-50?) but any hope of a neo-classical revival died with the Third Reich seventy years ago.

    7. Howdy Doody Says:

      Johnny Paytoilet Says:
      25 November, 2014 at 10:31 am

      Thank you for that post.

      PBS once upon a time had feature back when I had TV on the Chrysler Building in NYC.

      Yes, 1945 was our defeat.

    8. Tim McGreen Says:

      Mr. Paytoilet, permit me to compliment you on your a) pseudonym, assuming it is one, and b) the overall excellent quality of your post. I didn’t know that the architect of Brasilia and the UN Building were one and the same, but now that you mentioned it I do see a strong similarity in style. And you’re right, Brasilia was a costly mistake. And admittedly something of an eyesore.

      It’s shameful that the US govt did not allow Mr. Niemeyer to attend the UN Building’s dedication because he was a Marxist. It reminds me of that great mural painted by the Marxist Diego Rivera in the lobby of Rockefeller Center, which was ultimately destroyed because there was a small picture of Lenin on it.

      I like the Woolworth Building and those other early, cathedral-influenced skyscrapers just fine, but the International Style office buildings of the postwar period (1949-1980) were pure 20th century in appearance, function and design. They showed that they were all about business. Now we have office buildings that are shaped like dildos. I also noticed there are some very recent additions to the NYC skyline that resemble glass needles or icycles. What’s that all about?

      The new One World Trade Center looks better than I thought it would but I still like the original Twin Towers. There was something fascinating in their big, blank appearance and the way the were set off diagonally from each other. There were no other office buildings anywhere that were quite like them. But like Howdy says by 2001 the WTC complex was probably no longer up to code and was full of asbestos, so the Jew Silverstein was looking at spending a fortune to renovate the place. Lucky for him 9/11 came along just in time to solve his huge remodeling problem. And then the insurance company paid him not for just one “terrorist” attack but two, since there were TWO towers! Yes sir, he’s not called “Lucky Larry” for nuthin’.

    9. Johnny Paytoilet Says:

      Many thanks Tim & Howdy. I really get my jollies reading your commnets and others here at VNN! By the way, I use to watch Buffalo Bob & Howdy Doody on an old Crosley TV set, complete with vacuum tubes and the old v-shaped antenna back in the late 1950’s.

      I’m an architectural buff as you can tell and a man of rare culture. I’m very much concerned about the present state of the Aryan race and the JWO. This is a great web-site to exchange ideas, tactics, etc. to offset our great race’s ultimate demise.

      Yes, the name is a pseudonym. My grandfather was a plumber & he use to occasionally install the contraptions from the 1920’s to early 1960’s before many states banned their use. I did encounter one in the early 1990’s at a convenience store owned by a bunch of Pakis. Three bits to relieve yourself in a third world looking crapper that smelled just as bad as them. What a rip off!

      Many thanks once again!


    10. CW-2 Says:

      Johnny Paytoilet, it’s good to see a fresh and articulate contributor such as yourself to this forum. However, your statement, “to offset our great race’s ultimate demise”, doesn’t exactly inspire hope and confidence. Did you intend to say something like, “to help our great race’s ultimate triumph”