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Table of Contents

  1. Educational Videos
  2. Intellectual Quotes
  3. Library of Alexandria
  4. Learning Fundamentals
    1. Language Etymology
    2. The Matrix
    3. Learning Process
    4. Debate Etiquette
  5. Propaganda Techniques
    1. Political Jargon
    2. Mantras + Tantras
  6. Documentary Movies
  7. Educational Media
    1. iTunes U
    2. University Lectures
  8. Interesting Resources

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"Knowledge is essential to freedom."
— William Ellery Channing (1887)

"When people who are honestly mistaken learn the truth,
they will either cease being mistaken, or cease being honest!"

"Educate and inform the whole mass of the people...
They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty."
— Thomas Jefferson

"No President should fear public scrutiny of his program. For from that scrutiny comes understanding; and from that understanding comes support or opposition. And both are necessary. I am not asking your newspapers to support the Administration, but I am asking your help in the tremendous task of informing and alerting the American people. For I have complete confidence in the response and dedication of our citizens whenever they are fully informed."
— President John F. Kennedy on April 27, 1961

"We Americans are the ultimate innocents. We are forever desperate to believe that this time the government is telling us the Truth."
— Sydney Schanberg (NY Times)

"The only thing that INTERFERES with my learning
is my education." — Albert Einstein

"Moderation in temper is always a virtue;
but moderation in principle is always a vice."
— Thomas Paine

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Intellectual Quotes from Wise Men

"I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination.
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world."
― Albert Einstein

"When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life.
When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down 'happy'.
They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life." – John Lennon

'I awoke only to find that the rest of the world is still asleep' — Leonardo da Vinci
"I awoke only to find that the rest of the world
is still asleep" — Leonardo da Vinci

"Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The trouble-makers. The round heads in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status-quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify, or vilify them. But the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."— Steve Jobs (adapted from Jack Kerouac)

"To go against the dominant thinking of your friends, of most of the people you see every day,
is perhaps the most difficult act of heroism you can perform." - Theodore H. White

"Read Everything. Listen to Everybody. Don't Trust Anything unless You Can Prove it with your Own Research."
— William Cooper (1943-2001)

"Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance" — Albert Einstein

Educated Voters"Insanity is doing the same thing over and over
- and expecting different results." — Albert Einstein

"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them."
— Albert Einstein

"Only he who does nothing makes a mistake." — French Proverb

"Punishing honest mistakes stifles creativity. I want people moving and shaking the earth
and they're going to make mistakes." — Ross Perot

"Constant effort and frequent mistakes are the stepping stones of genius." — Elbert Hubbard

"An error does not become a mistake until you refuse to correct it." — JFK (Orlando A. Battista)

"With most men, unbelief in one thing springs from blind belief in another." — Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

"All Truth goes through three stages.
First it is ridiculed. Then it is violently opposed.
Finally it is accepted as self-evident." — Schopenhauer

"It is better to embrace an ugly Truth - than to find comfort in a beautiful lie."

"Men occasionally stumble over the Truth -but most of them pick themselves up
and hurry off as if nothing had happened." — Winston Churchill

"Truth is stranger than Fiction, but that is because
Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t." — Mark Twain

"One of the world's greatest problems, is the impossibility of any person searching for the Truth...
when they believe they already have it." — Dave Wilbur

"My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge." — Hosea 4:6

"Anyone who doesn't take Truth seriously in small matters cannot be Trusted in large ones either." — Albert Einstein

"I have heard it remarked that men are not to be reasoned out of an opinion they have not reasoned themselves into."
— Fisher Ames, The Influences of Democracy on Liberty, Property, and the Happiness of Society Considered.
London: John W. Parker, 1835, p. 110.

Truth NEXT EXIT
"In all ages, in all lands, there have been those who seek truth. This seeking is an individual’s search for something more than self, and much more than the confines of this worldly system. It is the seeker, who understands there is more than what meets the eye, who is not afraid and makes the choice to go into the unknown. The process of awaking has begun, the discovery is underway."
— Alan Watt, A Course in Deprogramming

The thing about smart people is that they seem like crazy people to dumb people.
"Truth stands, even if there be no public support. It is self-sustained.
An error does not become Truth by reason of multiplied propagation,
nor does Truth become error because nobody sees it." — Mohandas Gandhi

‎"I'm for truth, no matter who tells it.
I'm for justice, no matter who it is for or against.
I'm a human being, first and foremost,and as such
I'm for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole."
— Malcolm X

"Truth, for the tyrants, is the most terrible and cruel of all bindings;
it is like an incandescent iron falling across their chests.
And it is even more agonizing than hot iron, for that only burns the flesh,
while Truth burns its way into the soul." — Lauro Aguirre

"As you pursue the nature of reality you will find that
there are fewer and fewer people that you can talk to.
And the more you advance, the more you will be tested." — Val Valerian

‎"When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations,
the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic." - Dresden James

"Wisdom is knowing how little we know." — Socrates

"We do not see things as they are. We see them as we are." — The Talmud

"Absolute certainty is a privilege of uneducated minds and fanatics." — C.J. Keyser

"It has always seemed that a fear of judgment is the mark of guilt and the burden of insecurity." — Criss Jami

"Just look at us, everything is backwards: Doctors destroy health,
lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom,
the major media destroys information, and religions destroy spirituality." — Michael Ellner

"Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear - not absence of fear."

"Stop wearing your wishbone where your backbone ought to be." ― Elizabeth Gilbert

"The most potent weapon of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed." — Steve Biko

"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Belief in the innocence of rulers depends upon the ignorance of those ruled." — Hugh Ross Williamson

"A fool tells you what he will do; a boaster, what he has done. The wise man does it and says nothing."

"No man needs sympathy because he has to work, because he has a burden to carry.
Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing." — Theodore Roosevelt

"The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don’t do anything about it." — Albert Einstein

"All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent." — Thomas Jefferson

"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." — Sir Edmund Burke

"Those who have the privilege to know, have the duty to act." — Albert Einstein

"To remain neutral in situations of injustice, is to be complicit in that injustice." — Desmond Tutu

"The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who
in times of great moral crises maintain their neutrality" — Dante Alighieri

"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it.
He who accepts evil without protesting against it, is really cooperating with it." — Martin Luther King Jr.

"A time comes when Silence is betrayal." — Martin Luther King

"The triumph of persuasion over force is the sign of a civilized society." — Mark Skousen

"It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbled, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly..."

'The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.' — Albert Einstein 'Those who have the privilege to know, have the duty to act.' — Albert Einstein
Abolish the Unconstitutional corrupt insolvent Department of Education per Reagan POLICY Albert Einstein

The Definitions of Learning vs. Education

Autodidact |ˌôtōˈdīˌdakt| noun
a self-taught person.
DERIVATIVES: autodidactic |-ˌdīˈdaktik| adjective
ORIGIN: mid 18th century: from Greek autodidaktos ‘self-taught,’ from autos ‘self’ + didaskein ‘teach.’

 

It's All About The "Why?"

"We can learn a lot from children, not the least of which is their relentless quest for the answer to 'The Why' of things. We often forget that this is the central issue in our lives, and it is only after we've been told by parents, teachers, bosses and numerous other authority figures to shut-up and do what we're told, that we sublimate this need and replace it with the far less meaningful and convincing 'What.' " — Jerry Bader

 

The Royal Library of Alexandria in Egypt

The Royal Library of Alexandria in Alexandria, Egypt, was once the largest library in the world. It is generally thought to have been founded at the beginning of the 3rd century BCE, during the reign of Ptolemy II of Egypt. It was likely created after his father had built what would become the first part of the Library complex, the temple of the Muses - the Museion, Greek Μουσείον (from which the modern English word museum is derived).

It has been reasonably established that the Library, or parts of the collection, were destroyed by fire on a number of occasions (library fires were common and replacement of handwritten manuscripts was very difficult, expensive, and time-consuming). To this day the details of the destruction (or destructions) remain a lively source of controversy. The Bibliotheca Alexandrina was inaugurated in 2003 near the site of the old Library.

The library was conceived and opened either during the reign of Ptolemy I Soter (323–283 BC) or during the reign of his son Ptolemy II (283–246 BC). Plutarch (AD 46–120) wrote that during his visit to Alexandria in 48 BC Julius Caesar accidentally burned the library down when he set fire to his own ships to frustrate Achillas' attempt to limit his ability to communicate by sea. Edward Gibbon describes how the daughter library was also destroyed by Theophilus, Bishop of Alexandria, who ordered the destruction of the Serapeum in 391.

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Words, Broken Definitions, Language Origins

Thesaurus
"The difference between the almost right word & the right word is really a large matter - it's the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning." — Mark Twain

Etymology |ˌetəˈmäləjē| noun ( pl. -gies)

The study of the origin of words and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history.

• the origin of a word and the historical development of its meaning.

ORIGIN: late Middle English : from Old French ethimologie, via Latin from Greek etumologia, from etumologos ‘student of etymology,’ from etumon, neuter singular of etumos ‘true.’

Which Pill? Red (Truth) or Blue (Deception)
The Matrix

Morpheus: You take the blue pill and the story ends. You wake in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe.

(A red pill is shown in his other hand) You take the red pill and you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.

(Long pause; Neo begins to reach for the red pill) Remember - all I am offering is the Truth, nothing more. (Neo takes the red pill and swallows it with a glass of water)

 

Learning Process: Kübler-Ross Model

Danger Conformity Hazard
Although non-heterogeneous movements may seem small in amount, as a whole they are vast and quite diverse. I deal with very few people who are only active in one single issue - and next to none who cover all the same issues that I watch (DU, 9/11 van bombs, Rothschilds, jesuits).

Different people have different concerns, as illustrated by the 2010 TEA Parties & 2011 Occupy Movements. People usually only awaken when exposed to their OWN necessities. Most of the topics I cover affect EVERYONE just as much as they affect myself (federal reserve, perpetual wars, codex alimentarius, GMOs, fluoridation) - making it much easier to show them how it affects themselves and theirs.

People go through a simple LEARNING process
when exposed to new and uncomfortable information:

  1. Denial – "This can't be happening, not to me."
  2. Anger – "Why me? It's not fair!"
  3. Bargaining – "I will give my life savings if..."
  4. Depression – "What's the point?"
  5. Acceptance – "It's going to be okay."; "I can't fight it, I may as well prepare for it."

Truth has NO agenda
I've spoken with MANY people, whom when confronted with an uncomfortable truth, they make up absurd lies to convince themselves that i am "making up absurd lies" (known as freudian "projection") - like the magical bullet THEORY.

Some are so consumed and brainwashed by the matrix of television programming, that they cannot see the real world even when it's right in front of their eyes.

"Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance" — Albert Einstein

tin foil hats
People unknowingly use ad hominem to attack the messenger, in a desperate effort rooted in their refusal to alter their current perception of reality. instead of first googling: "911 mossad" and reading the facts - they'll call nasty names, often regurgitating propaganda like kook, tin-foil hats, antisemites, UFOs, little green men (not their OWN opinions but pre-programmed propaganda).

Most people do not know that the word "conspiracy" (JFK "lone" shooter propaganda) is actually the PLURAL form of the legal term "plot" - meaning every corporate crime ever involving more than one board member or employee. in a "plot" all "conspirators" in a "cabal" are ALL GUILTY of each others crimes.

When did ignorance become a point of view?
...BUT once you mention something like "GMO corn causes cancer & organ failure", every time they're confronted by "GMO" or "corn" or "cancer" in the future, their subconscious will battle their ego and eventually they will "learn" ;)

REMEMBER: "When people who are honestly mistaken learn the Truth, they will either cease being mistaken, or cease being honest!" (especially True for those that have great difficulty "learning" - yet seem unusually versed with rebuttals for questions about obscure political facts)

 

Debate Etiquette

Etiquette |ˈetikit; -ˌket| noun: Customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group. In the interests of maintaining a fair and civil environment for discussion and debate...

Racist Ad Hominem Attacks
No Ad Hominem Attacks
: (NO shooting the messenger) Always attack the points being presented (the message) based on the merits or otherwise of the argument, do not personally attack, insult, mock or otherwise make derogatory comments aimed at the person who is presenting that argument or with whom you disagree.

Source Citations: If you are relying on an unsubstantiated claim to support your side of a debate you must always back up such claims with a logical argument or with a relevant publication citation or source link should one be required or requested in order to validate the accuracy of the claim being made.

Facts vs. Opinions: If you are presenting a claim that is personal opinion only then please state as such; personal opinion, speculation or hearsay should not be presented as supporting evidence in a debate.

How to Identify Propaganda Techniques

Korean Propaganda Leaflet Bombs
"But the most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly and with unflagging attention. It must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over. Here, as so often in this world, persistence is the first and most important requirement for success."
— Adolf Hitler "War Propaganda", in volume 1, chapter 6 of Mein Kampf (1925)

"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State."
— Joseph Goebbels

"To be effective, propaganda must constantly short circuit all thoughts and decisions. It must operate on the individual at the level of the unconscious. He must not know that he is being shaped by outside forces. It is the emergence of mass media which makes possible the use of propaganda techniques on a societal scale, the orchestration of press, radio, and television to create a continuous, lasting and total environment that is the influence of propaganda virtually unnoticed precisely because it creates a constant environment. Mass media provides the essential link between the individual and the demands of this technological society."
— Jacques Ellul

Ignorance is strength. Freedom is slavery. War is peace.
"If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, is it not possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without them knowing about it? The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our government. We are governed, our minds molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of."
— Edward Bernays, U.S. Presidential Advisor, from his book Propaganda

 

Abusive Ad Hominem Attacks! - Shooting the Messenger

"Abusive ad hominem" is a debate technique in which the defendant ACCUSES the messenger of having personal problems in a pathetic ATTEMPT to negate the message (also known as "shooting the messenger") instead of making a rational argument opposing the message itself. This abusive dodging technique is typically used as a last retort BY COWARDS, when the defendant has NO OTHER RATIONAL ARGUMENT to prove his case.

It gets even more pathetic when THEY have to resort to making up lies, bigoting phony stereotypes, and especially when actors on TV news resort to digging back 20 years ago in something Ron Paul didn't even write himself, to find something even remotely incriminating... but it still does NOT negate Ron Paul's message - and just shows how WEAK his opposition really is.

A typical ad hominem attack would be if a girl says that "the sky is blue" - and in attempt to contradict the statement the defendant says "what would you know about the sky, you're a woman!"

In the case that the defendant is playing deceptive mind games, it's obvious he's a LIAR, a COWARD, and in the case of politics often a TRAITOR too. In the case that the defendant actually believes that ad hominem negates unrelated facts presented by the messenger whom is being shot, this is considered a "Logical Fallacy" and can be used in court to legally classify the defendant as mentally insane.

"Abusive ad hominem (also called personal abuse or personal attacks) usually involves insulting or belittling one's opponent in order to attack his claim or invalidate his argument, but can also involve pointing out true character flaws or actions that are irrelevant to the opponent's argument. This tactic is logically fallacious because insults and negative facts about the opponent's personal character have nothing to do with the logical merits of the opponent's arguments or assertions."

Use verifiable FACTS instead and leave the propaganda and logical fallacies to the mainstream media... don't stoop to THEIR level. The FACTS are on our side.

Common Abusive Ad Hominem Attacks

  • abruptly thrown to the wind
  • cast against
  • claim
  • claimed to believe
  • cognitive disorder
  • corrupts his moral character
  • everything (absolutism)
  • every and any aspersion
  • foaming at the mouth
  • frantically
  • irrationality incarnate
  • mental disorder
  • no matter how incredible
  • parasite
  • victim’s intellect

The Doctor Is In

Conflate |kənˈflāt| verb [trans.]
to combine (two or more texts, ideas, etc.) into one

Dysphemism |ˈdisfəˌmizəm| noun
a derogatory or unpleasant term used instead of a pleasant or neutral one, such as "loony bin" for "mental hospital." The opposite of euphemism.

Obfuscate |ˈäbfəˌskāt| verb [ trans. ]
to render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible
• bewilder (someone) : it is more likely to obfuscate people than enlighten them.

Obfuscation |ˌäbfəˈskā sh ən| noun
obfuscatory |äbˈfəskəˌtôrē| adjective
ORIGIN late Middle English : from late Latin obfuscat- ‘darkened,’
from the verb obfuscare, based on Latin fuscus ‘dark.’

Hearsay |ˈhi(ə)rˌsā| noun
information received from other people that one cannot adequately substantiate; rumor
according to hearsay, Bob had managed to break his arm.

Hearsay LEGAL DEFINITION: the report of another person's words by a witness, usually disallowed as evidence in a court of law : everything they had told him would have been ruled out as hearsay | [as adj. ] hearsay evidence.

Hearsay (thesaurus)
that's all hearsay, and I don't care to listen to such: tripe, rumor, gossip,
tittle-tattle, idle talk; stories, tales; informal the grapevine, scuttlebutt, loos

Political Terms: Oxford Dictionary Definitions

Bigot |ˈbigət| noun
a person who is bigoted : religious bigots. See note at zealot.

Bigoted |ˈbigətid| adjective
obstinately convinced of the superiority or correctness of one's own opinions and prejudiced against those who hold different opinions : a bigoted group of reactionaries.
• expressing or characterized by prejudice and intolerance : a thoughtless and bigoted article.

Bigots cause the most trouble, exhibiting obstinate and often blind devotion to his or her beliefs and opinions. In contrast to fanatic and zealot, the term bigot implies intolerance and contempt for those who do not agree (: a bigot who could not accept his daughter's decision to marry outside her religion).

Enthusiasts display an intense and eager interest in something (: a sky-diving enthusiast).

Extremists are a supporters of extreme doctrines or practices, particularly in a political context (: a paramilitary extremist who anticipated the overthrow of the government).

Fanatics are not only intense and eager but possibly irrational in his or her enthusiasm; fanatic suggests extreme devotion and a willingness to go to any length to maintain or carry out one's beliefs (: a fly-fishing fanatic who hired a helicopter to reach his favorite stream).

Polemic |pəˈlemik| noun
a strong verbal or written attack on someone or something.
• (usu. polemics) the art or practice of engaging in controversial debate or dispute.

Zealots exhibit not only extreme devotion but vehement activity in support of a cause or goal (: a feminist zealot who spent most of her time campaigning for women's rights).

5 Pillars of Irrational Debate

 

Mantras + Yantras + Tantras

Mantra |ˈmantrə; ˈmän-| noun: Mantric. Originally in Hinduism and Buddhism, a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation. A Vedic hymn. A statement or slogan repeated frequently; slogan, motto, maxim, catchphrase, catchword, watchword, byword, buzzword, tag (line). ORIGIN late 18th century: Sanskrit, literallyinstrument of thought,’ from man ‘think’.

Yantra |ˈyəntrə; ˈyan-; ˈyän-| noun: A geometric diagram, or any object, used as an aid to meditation in tantric worship. ORIGIN Sanskrit, literallydevice for holding or fastening’.

Tantra |ˈtəntrə; ˈtan-| noun: Tantric. Tantrism. Tantrist. A Hindu or Buddhist mystical or ritual text, dating from the 6th to the 13th centuries. Adherence to the doctrines or principles of the tantras, involving mantras, meditation, yoga, and ritual. ORIGIN Sanskrit, literallyloom, groundwork, doctrine,’ from tan ‘stretch’.

Eye of Horus is a Diagram of a Pituitary Gland
Converted Images FROM Brainwaves

 

Educational Documentary Movies

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Restoring the Rights of the States and the People booklet Behind The Big News - Propaganda and the CFR OutFoxed Ruper Murdoch's War on Journalism
The American Dream Ring of Power - AMENSTOP Obamacare 101
Carl Sagan The Cosmos What the BLEEP! Down the Rabbit Hole Core of Corruption: In The Shadows
Why We Fight Esoteric Agenda KYMATICA
Zeitgeist, the Movie Zeitgeist Addendum The Marketing of Madness: The Truth About Psychotropic Drugs
The Story of Stuff The Corporation Wal-Mart High Cost of Low Prices
The Future of Food Earthlings BBC Planet Earth

 

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