U.S. Constitution Marginalized As Regions Replace States – Which Region Are You In?   2 comments

http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/online-learning-experience-replacing-schoolbooks/?cat_orig=education

I was just reading the above-linked article about how CSCOPE is getting rich replacing Texas textbooks with an online system that parents cannot view and the board of education will not need to approve.  Important article.

But my point here is something completely different:

A quote in the article was from Education Service Center Region 9 Executive Director Anne Poplin.

What??  Region 9?

Part of the U.N.’s Agenda 21 goal to overcome American exceptionalism and sovereignty is to have regions replace states.  It’s a subtle and effective way to subvert the Constitution’s careful separation of states’ powers and federal powers.

I had not yet seen it up close until today.

http://www2.ed.gov/about/contacts/gen/regions.html#8

Yes, the Department of Education has divided our country into ten regions.

Utah’s in Region 8.

They are called “Communication Regions” in Fedspeak.

Is anybody out there paying attention?

 

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2 responses to “U.S. Constitution Marginalized As Regions Replace States – Which Region Are You In?

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  1. I’m paying attention, my friend! And I hope there are thousands more paying attention and doing whatever they can, be it “little” or “big.”

    “No man made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.” -Edmund Burke

  2. I live in ALASKA not region X. There is nothing similar between 75% of ALASKAN students Geographically, Meteorlogically, or Demographically, of the other states that are joined in that region ( not to mention the closest community lies 588 miles NNW of the nearest BORDER (Washington) not even the nearest community). The curriculum standards are set to the needs of our individual district needs and language/cultural differences.

    Arthur L. Brown Sr.

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