In 1957 I, Charlotte, was told often by the Egyptian press attaché, over luncheon in Washington, D.C., the following:
“Every nation in the world should use a version of the United States Constitution, applied to the needs of its nation.”
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Don’t forget major funders/supporters of Education Week, the nation’s premiere education journal, are TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS.
Have you ever viewed/listened to the Edward Griffin/Norman Dodd interview which covers the history of tax-exempt foundations and their role in controlling everything they fund?
Don’t forget that the Carnegie Corporation had an agreement with the Soviet Academy of Science, at same time President Reagan signed an education and cultural agreement with Soviet President Gorbachev in 1985 and 1989.
Quote from above ad: Ambassador Malcolm Toon, a career foreign service officer and a former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union under President Carter, said in a speech to students at the Hotchkiss School, on November 1, 1985:
“We must recognize the Soviet Union for what it is – a ruthless and brutal power… its leadership is conspiratorial in nature and its foreign policy inherently aggressive…the Soviet Union will extend and consolidate their power wherever they think they can do so with impunity.”
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