In Australian classrooms, poorly trained teachers remain largely incompetent to the greater vision of education -- designed by an oligarchy of thinkers to create a workforce of slaves over a century ago.
Students are collectively brainwashed under monotonous conditions, before being funnelled upon society as effective, conformed 'producers', to further sustain and develop the prison around them.
Close examinations of the modern schooling system reveal that it is not education at all, and our current structure bears fundamental flaws based on the incorrect focus of ‘right knowing’ instead of ‘right being’.
In the following membership piece, we take a look at all aspects of education, including modern schooling and problems with state control, key authors and underlying purposes of teaching, primary functions of the system and an in-depth look at the rise of alternative models.
The mass media influences collective perception of society in a variety of ways, including the extent to which the content is appealing, the degree to which information channels are accessible and desirable, and the amount of social conflict and diversity there is in a community.
Since the beginning of the communications industry, the mainstream establishment has used this scope of influence as a primary driving factor to distort reality and replace it with a simulated representation – all developed and controlled by a small group of organisations and families.
The mainstream media has become a consolidated, corporate behemoth, which continues to promote an increasingly authoritarian perception of reality to the Australian people, whilst disguising the true agenda of a structured, multi-tentacle propaganda machine.
In the final installment of our series, we take a look at the history and agenda of the industry, including the development of mass communication, media moguls and personalities behind the scenes, regulations on information and simulated created reality.
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is responsible for operating Australia’s largest gas and electricity systems, including the National Electricity Market (NEM) – the interconnected power system in Australia’s eastern and south-eastern seaboard.
Inside of a secret room at an undisclosed location in Sydney, half-a-dozen engineers are employed by the AEMO to operate a control room that regulates distribution of power generation to 80% of Australia.