Wall Street Zionist Bankers Invested in Charter Schools Are in Prime Opposition to Public School Teachers!

Wall Street wants into the charter school business. Wall Street controls the bought-and-paid-for media, using that MSM to bash the teachers of America.

And if you think that charter schools are better, you are probably mistaken.

But before discussing that, we need to know that Wall Street is buying off Rahm Emanuel and Barak Obama, as well as the Republicans, in order to attack the teachers. This is wrong, it is planned, and it is greedy. Zionism is a multiracial economic cabal that seeks to make money off of main street and make war in the world, making it a much more dangerous place.

We cannot respect Rahm, who is a predator upon a system that has teachers with the same credentials as those teaching in the charter schools. Rahm served in the Israeli army and is a Zionist globalist. And no, Zionism is not Judaism, but is a powerful political movement.

My theory is that public schools teach the importance of the constitution and liberty while a dispersed and diverse educational system does not. And Zionism, which is not a religion or a race, but rather a political movement seeking power in America, plots to weaken the American tradition so the Zionists can gain more political power.

After the Sandy Hook Hoax, I believe that the Zionists have a strong and determined agenda against our main street USA. Since my father was Jewish and I am adopted, I do not take this criticism that I make lightly.

Now, I am not against charter schools, but they are not as strong. In fact, the argument for the benefits of charter schools does not explain that the public schools often have some of the special education students charter schools do not have. And apparently only about 100 of 40,000 homeless kids in NYC are enrolled in charter schools.

Also language barriers are most likely more severe in public schools.

People, don't be fooled, the public school can be outstanding, and it all depends upon funding and location. But good schools don't have to be in the elite communities. My experience with public school teachers is that they are hard working and professional. But Obama's Race to the Top is an attack on public teachers and is an effort to privatize the profession, with certain decline in teaching standards.

Obama is still better than that disturbed individual, Mitt Romney, who, we found out, views with disdain the 47 percent of people who are poor or retired. But it is time America put a stop on this race to the bottom in education.

The assault on these teachers is born of Wall Street banker greed. This biggest and richest of industries has a plan to destroy the middle class, make them slaves to debt, and it is working. Destroying teachers will not exactly strengthen the middle class will it?

It is no different than the banker led assault on pensions. I wrote about this assault on pensions from Wall Street and the economists who paid great salaries to make wild claims against the pensions.

You readers seriously don't think that all these planted articles in major news outlets criticizing teachers and pensions just arrive there by paid reporters with nothing better to do, do you? No, these articles are planted. They are paid for and MSM profits.

People sell their souls to be reporters for this propaganda against public pensions and against teachers.

America is being subjected to unprecedented propaganda from both the government and from wealthy private owners of the media. We have been lied to about the oil wars, about the pipeline to the Caspian Sea, and about the Taliban going to Texas in 1997, about a false dependency on foreign oil, about spreading democracy when the USA is really spreading empire. It is a continual lie. The private Federal Reserve Bank lies about helping main street. It is an excuse to help the banks and the wealthiest of Americans again.

And now we know that teachers and unions are being attacked by Wall Street primarily. We are on to you. What you are doing is not pretty, nor is it good PR. You bankers already suck with liar loans that you would love to rekindle. You cannot be trusted in anything that you do.

Mitt Romney's Economics: Fewer Teachers

Romney and the Republicans Hate More than the 47 Percent.

The Republicans hate the 47 percent who don't pay taxes. They hate 1/2 of those guys, the poor, and they hate the social security recipients who don't pay taxes, and they hate the huge number of folks who get a child care deduction for raising the future of America, the children.

Then you can add that they hate public school teachers. They probably would hate publicly paid police if they could. We know they hate public garbage collectors and the public postal service. Oh, and they hate public prisons. It is all about greed and we have been duped as a nation to fall for this brainwashing.

The Republicans and Romney don't hate brainwashing, waterboarding and propaganda. They want to privatize the above services normally provide by government because, to them, it is just good business even though it isn't good for America.

Isn't life in America wonderful these days?


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amillar 4 years ago from Scotland, UK

"People sell their souls to be reporters for this propaganda against public pensions and against teachers."

Someone else once said, "What good is it for a man to gain the whole world, yet forfeit his soul?" Were I religious, I might be audaciously hopeful.

BTW, I see one of your videos is privatised.


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bgamall 4 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada Author

Hi Millar, it certainly seems that people do go against their consciences to make money. Yes, the videos are randomly chosen from YouTube and some have ads which aren't mine. :) I like that word, privatized.

I am totally for free enterprise, but we have something else, and we have unscrupulous men gaining the spoils of government.


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mperrottet 4 years ago from Pennsauken, NJ

It's amazing how public opinion has been turned against teachers and the public school system. Does anyone remember a few years ago when we watched "The More You Know" commercials that extolled the virtues of teachers and the school system? Shows you how easily the public can be manipulated. I'm not surprised that wall street is behind this. Voted up and interesting.


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bgamall 4 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada Author

Thank you for your support. While in a declining financial condition in America, pensions can also run into trouble, there would be little attacking of those pensions if it weren't for Wall Street.

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