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January 27, 2014 - 9:49 am

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I honestly can't say I'm surprised, based on my experiences at GPC Dunwoody during 2011-2012, as well as my overall experience at Oglethorpe University. Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure education itself IS the problem, especially when it was blueprinted by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (there's a reason why he's revered as the father of early childhood education), the same man whose insane teachings, alongside that of his contemporaries, led directly to the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror, and indirectly to the various Communist Revolutions in the 20th Century, possibly the Paris Commune of 1844 (the technical first Communist Revolution). Besides, I've dealt with at least one philosophy student who pretty much pushed the lie about the Spanish Inquisition (even scaring one of his female relatives from becoming a Catholic, and she was going to a Parochial private school at the time, simply because he felt they didn't teach her the way he felt it should have been taught), while flat out dismissing the worse acts under the French Revolution (not only under death rates and time, but also in terms of the very nature of the punishments), believed Karl Marx to be a Christian, basically worships Noam Chomsky, and was overall very deeply entrenched in leftism.
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