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By Lynn Stuter
January 12, 2011

On the heels of the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords, Democrat Representative from Arizona, the left has moved quickly to point the finger of blame at anyone who opposes their agenda.

Fox News is to blame – they've spoken against leftist policies; they've incited people to action.

Sarah Palin is to blame – she painted crosshairs on the Giffords' campaign in Arizona.

Jesse Kelly, Giffords' opponent in the last election, is to blame – he shot off an M16 in protest of her policies.

The vitriolic political atmosphere is to blame, the message being that if you try to address your elected representative in a civil manner, and they blow you off, as they have so many people who disagree with their unconstitutional actions, you should just shut up and go away, you should not be concerned that these people have and are destroying this country and its economy, ergo the Constitution and Bill of Rights are really the archaic, out-of-date documents that most in Congress view them as being. To that end, Congress has walked all over the Constitution and Bill of Rights, and by extension, the American people. Nothing says that better than the unconstitutional Obamacare law, the bailouts, the $3.385 trillion in debt that has accrued since Obama usurped the Oval Office in 2009, and Congress' refusal to uphold the Constitution and their oaths of office by demanding Obama provide proof of his eligibility to the Oval Office.

In article after article, the shooter, Jared Loughner, has been pointed up as mentally unstable. Is he or is he the product of systems education put in place, nation-wide, in the early 1990's by America 2000/Goals 2000, the School to Work Opportunities Act (STW), the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), their funding mechanisms and granting processes?

On February 2, 1996, Barry Loukaitis took a gun to Frontier Junior High in Moses Lake, WA, where he shot and killed a teacher and two students, wounded another. This was the first of the widely televised school shootings. But what was not said, at that time or since, was that Frontier Junior High in Moses Lake, WA, was part of the Schools for the 21st Century program, initiated in 1988, as a pilot for America 2000/Goals 2000 at the federal level. Moses Lake School District, in total, joined the pilot in the round one funding phase in 1988/89. Barry Loukaitis had been subjected to systems education most of his school years.

At the time of the Loukaitis shooting, I sent Washington Legislators a letter, stating that you could not continue to subject these children to this mind-numbing psycho-babble education system without some of them going off the deep end; that if systems education were not stopped, there would be more killings. The response from Legislators was along the lines that the sacred cow could not be touched.

Since then, there have been well over 200 incidents of school shootings, the most televised being that of Kip Kinkle (Oregon) and Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold (Columbine, Colorado). The Virginia Tech shooter was also a product of this same system.

All of these individuals (indeed, many of the shooters) were or had been on some type of anti-depressant drug, the drug of choice given to kids in schools who are bored out of their minds because they aren't learning anything, aren't being challenged, are having their brains scrambled by psycho-babble behavioral indoctrination techniques (the true meaning of the teacher as "the guide on the side, not the sage on the stage"), and are acting out in school. Doping them up keeps them quiet and in their seats. Parents are being coerced into giving kids these drugs under the claim that these kids are ADD or ADHD or that mental health screening shows a possibility of mental defect, and parents are being coerced by schools aided by physicians who have a pill for everything these days. Many of these mind-altering anti-depressants carry black-box warnings that they should not be prescribed to adolescents.

And the sad truth is that nothing that has been said about Loughner gives me reason to believe that he is anything more than a product of this system. And the sad truth is that there are many, just like Loughner, wandering around this country, making blog entries, making videos, acting just like Loughner acted. That situation has presented itself since the advent of systems education.

It is of interest to note that those who have, over the many years, written books on the psychology of systems education, admit that there will be a certain number of children who will be adversely affected by it, who will go off the deep end, who could become a threat to themselves and others. Russia and Nazi Germany were two experiments in systems philosophy, the whole concept of "earth in balance", the leveraging of systems to achieve and maintain a sustainable global environment, to "create the future" as a Marxist global elite would have it be. In both Russia and pre- and Nazi Germany, children were subjected to systems education, and children just like Loughner, Kinkle, Harris and Klebold were produced by systems education!

It is ironic that Loughner took his angst out on the very political system that implemented systems education in the United States. But not unusual. These kids have a tendency to turn their angst on who they see as the source of their angst. In several school shootings, where children of teachers were involved, the children have killed parents as well as people at school. Kip Kinkle was one such individual. With this in mind, look at who Loughner targeted with his rants and who he ultimately sought to kill.

I would submit that Loughner is not a product of the left or the right; he is not the result of the vitriolic atmosphere that exists due to the refusal of the duly elected Congress to abide their oaths of office to uphold, to protect and defend the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights; he is more likely the product of what Congress and state legislators – Democrats, Republicans and Independents alike – have subjected children to, in the form of systems education, since the late 1980's.

For those who want to see how horrific systems education is, put in place by Goals 2000, STW, WIA and peripheral federal discretionary grants that control education in all 50 states, right down to what children are subjected to in the classroom, go to Once there, in the right column, click on "Schools for the 21st Century," and start reading. If what you see there doesn't send chills up and down your spine, nothing will.

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For those interested, it took the threat of a lawsuit to obtain a copy of the Schools for the 21st Century document you will find there. It was buried, purposely, in a file cabinet in the offices of the Washington State Board of Education with the hope that it would never see the light of day. Freedom of information requests to that office were met with repeated claims that the document did not exist.

If systems education is not stopped, is not removed, root and all, from the education arena, more killings are in store. I predicted this once before; time has, sadly, proven that prediction true.

� 2011 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved

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Activist and researcher, Stuter has spent the last fifteen years researching systems theory and systems philosophy with a particular emphasis on education as it pertains to achieving the sustainable global environment. She home schooled two daughters. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance, the sustainable global environment and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and a growing body of citizens concerned about the transformation of our nation from a Constitutional Republic to a participatory democracy. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.

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It is ironic that Loughner took his angst out on the very political system that implemented systems education in the United States. But not unusual. These kids have a tendency to turn their angst on who they see as the source of their angst.