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Carnegie Foundation EXPOSED

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what what point in your career did you become connected with the risk
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MIDI 1953 1953
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yet and what was that capacity sir I was a compassionate what they call
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director every church for their
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race committee can you tell us what the res committee was attempting to do
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yes I can tell you it was operating at
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and carrying out instructions embodied in a resolution
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passed by the House of Representatives which was to investigate
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the activities I love foundation
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as to whether or not these activities could justifiably
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be labeled an American without
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I might say defining but they meant by on america
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yet why we uncovered was a determination I love these lights and
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foundations true their trash day to actually get control over it
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the content of the american education round Gator was at that time president
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does the Ford Foundation
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and a
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much to gays are had sent from a
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when I'm found it convenient to be in New York
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she gazes said mister died
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we'll ask you to come up here Josh
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today because we thought that
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possibly off-the-record you would kalish
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why's that congress is interested in the activities
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above foundations such as ourselves
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missed a gate her then when on voluntarily and stated
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said mister died all over she have a hand in
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the may hear policies here have had experience
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hi there with the OS s during the war
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or European economic administration
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after the war we've had experience operating under directives we air
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operate on ship
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cher Lloyd in response to similar directive
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the sub sandwiches that
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we shown use our grant-making power
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showered all their life and the United States that it can be comfortably
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mergers Soviet Union
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well parents at a clay
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'em mister rather than i've nearly fell off the chair
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I response to mister Gator then was almost a Geisha
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I can now answer your first question if bush
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congress in the United States just spend a hundred and fifty thousand dollars to
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find out what you just told me
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a show-cause legally you're entitled O
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'em make grants for the
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coach this purpose but I don't think you're entitled to withhold out
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information from the people love their country
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to me are indebted for your tax exemption
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so why don't you tell the people the country where tried you told me
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and and show was we would not think I've doing any such thing
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so then I shall mitigates are obviously
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you force the congress the spenders money
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doctor johnson who was then president
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at the carnegie endowment telephone me and Chad
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did I ever come up to new york and I said yes I did
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mileage each weekend and he said well when you next year will you drop in and
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JS
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which I did and dockage on Chinchin
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after again amenities later died we have your letter
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we can enter all out quite a bit be a great deal of trouble
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we have a counter suggestion is that if you can spare a member of your staff
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for two weeks and send that member
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up to new york we will give to that member a room in the library
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and the minute books %uh this foundation
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since its inception and we think about %uh via
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want to find out whether congress want to find out
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will be obvious from those men well my first reaction was a lost their mind
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I had a pretty good idea of what does it matter would contain
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but I realized that doctor jobs in at only been in office
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two years and the %uh though
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the vice president for a relatively young man and council chamber be
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also a young man and I'm guess
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probably that never read the minutes themselves
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and so I said I had somebody a I would accept their offer
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and I went back to washington and I selected
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the member of my staff who was on much that
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having been had a practicing attorney in Washington
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but she was on my staff Caprice see to it that I didn't break any congressional
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procedures or
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rules in addition to where she was unsympathetic to the probe so the
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investigation
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she was them level-headed don't know very
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reasonably brilliant capable lady
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and her at a joke well guide investigation was
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what could possibly be wrong with foundations
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they do so much good well enough a show that
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Shen share conviction of character and I went out of my way not to
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prejudicial error and anyway
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nor she went to New York
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she came back at the end of two weeks
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with the following and no way I have
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on on Dec capone Bell
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we are now at year in 1980

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That was a good video, but not really any kind of surprise. That video though would be
mild compared to what you would hear today!

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Hate to break it to you but "Public Education" at it's inception was a "National Socialist" idea of which Francis Bellamy promoted the idea of public education for all. If you don't know who Francis Bellamy is then look the history up. He was a supporter and promoter of "National Socialism" and the author of " The Pledge of Allegiance" complete with the Bellamy salute which the German Nazi's(National Socialists) adopted. What you say? You did not know that the original "Pledge of Allegiance" salute was not the right hand over the heart? It was changed to that in 1942 by congressional legislation.

National socialism is a idea that has been in the USA before there was a Carnegie foundation. By the way, the CFR came a long latter and took over where the Carnegie Foundation left off. The CFR written goal is world governance. Which is basically world socialism

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So was Henry Ford and a lot of other famous Americans.  National Socialism, like Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism, has some good points, but like all of the others has bad points that need to be held in check in order to take advantage of its good points.  We have to be able to adopt the good without accepting the bad that is often bundled with it.  Nothing that is all bad would ever be adopted and anything that was all good would soon become the world standard.  Public education can be beneficial if it guarantees everyone with the basic knowledge and skills that everyone needs to effectively communicate, determine what is in their own best interests, and to produce the necessary means for their survival.  The problem is that public education can also be used to indoctinate people and create slaves for the ruling elite.

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The socialized system is bad because the people at the top are never concerned with the
working class at the bottom. Only their best interests and self gain. Otherwise the system
would work!

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