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By Dennis L. Cuddy Ph. D.

June 15, 2002 

The Florida Forum Editor's note: This article is a very valuable document showing the goals of the NEA nearly 70 years ago in 1932. This is about the time that William Z. Foster wrote Toward Soviet America and the Humanists wrote their First Manifesto. It should be read and kept as a clear understanding of the subversive plans the NEA had for using America's schools. Many people think of these goals as recent. This article should serve to set them straight.

Concerning the movement toward a one-world government today, if the power elite are to accomplish their objectives, traditional values would, of course, have to be undermined. In that regard, education has played a critical role for many years, and a typical example can be found in The Tenth Yearbook of the National Education Association's Department of Superintendence, published in February 1932, and titled Character Education, in which one reads:�

"Relativity must replace absolutism in the realm of morals as well as in the spheres of physics and biology.

"...If the individual is to be happy in the contemporary order, he must be open-minded with respect to new values and new arrangements.

"...Loyalty to the family must be merged into loyalty to the community, loyalty to the community into loyalty to the nation, and loyalty to the nation into loyalty to mankind. The citizen of the future must be a citizen of the world.

"...Also, within the limits of a particular society, individualistic and competitive impulses must be subordinated increasingly to social and cooperative tendencies.

"...Interdependence rather than independence is the rule of life.

"...Under the condition of freedom and plenty generated by industrial society, the youth of the country are abandoning the severe sex taboos of the past; the sanctity of the marriage relationship is being challenged; the dogmas and ceremonies of the church are losing their power.

"...Until we have a more equitable distribution of property and income in this country, great numbers of families will remain totally unfit agencies of character education.

"...The church seems never to have been able to win either the masses or the statesmen of the Western nations to the Christian way of life. "...The position of the church today is one of confusion and uncertainty. It has lost much of the authority with which it at one time was clothed.

"...Only when it employs the outworn dogmas of the past and appeals to certain of the traditional prejudices of the people does it appear to have confidence in its own pronouncements.

"...This analysis shows a need for statements of objectives which....stimulate the creation of new moralities in accord with our changing society.

"...The center of attention is not to be some traits to be expressed, some rules of conduct, some ideal of truth or beauty. The center of attention is to be the situation.

"...The old structure passes. Religion, morality, business, family, school, and state change.

"...Emotional conditioning does determine a great deal of one's attitudes toward persons, things, and ideas, and is responsible for a large part of one's outlook on life. Conditioning is therefore a process which may be employed by the teacher or parent to build up attitudes in the child and predispose him to the actions by which these attitudes are expressed.

"...It is probable that the chauvinistic teaching of much of the history of the home country is responsible for a good share of the international friction and conflict.

"...An eminent teacher of ethics, Professor George Herbert Palmer (said): 'Many here (New England) carry a conscience about with them which makes us say, "How much better off they would be with none!"'

"...Education must be redirected if it is to become the chief means whereby society will attempt to remake itself.

"...School life will begin with the nursery school and extend to include adult education in various forms. "...It may come to be, in this changing world, that society will come quickly to support and control a program of education extending, for the individual, from the cradle to the grave.

"...As need arises, it will offer the individual opportunity to change quickly or slowly from one vocation or profession to another.

"...The question of demand and supply of workers in the various professions and occupations may in time also become a part of our social planning.

"The objective of character education is to teach the child that he will do the best possible thing in each situation, old and new.

"Presumable the person which has specialized in child psychology and other sciences is better prepared to engineer a group of boys and girls in certain socialized activities than is the lay parent...."

Does this sound like the sexual liberation, situation ethics, social engineering, lifelong learning, school-to-work, redistribute-the-wealth, interdependence, and world citizenship promoted and accepted by many toward the end of the 20th century?

The world government of the power elite will be Socialist in nature, and thus during the 1930s, the United States began to move toward Socialism at the national level. In 1940, former Indiana Congressman Samuel Pattengill authored Smoke-Screen, in which he wrote: "

I have not believed the immediate threat is Communism. The outright confiscation of property, and the overnight destruction of liberty are not likely. The danger today is something else. It is creeping collectivism.

"...The progress will be gradual but the end inevitable. There will be no sudden coup d'etat. The march will be step by step, and by muffled tread. It will move under the smoke-screen of laudable 'objectives' to its hidden goal. That goal is National Socialism.

"...We are yet a long way from National Socialism of the Hitler species. We will probably never get that variety. But that we are moving toward some form of National Socialism and away from� our form of government seems hard to not believe.

"...What is really at stake in America today is our form of government. The issue is "Freedom or Feudalism."

Congressman Pattengill's reference to the march being "step by step" and his warning about a future feudalism are striking, because in the April 1974 edition of the Council on Foreign Relations' Foreign Affairs, Rhodes Scholar and CFR member Richard Gardner declared that

"the 'house of world order' will have to be built from the bottom up rather than from the top down.

"...but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault."

Gardner in this article went on to explain how GATT would be part of this, and the GATT's World Trade Organization has today become something of a feudal mechanism whereby the global elite are managing labor serfs in a global economy.

The plan developed many decades ago was that in order to achieve International Socialism with a World Socialist Government, nations (including the U.S.) would first have to move toward the National Socialism about which Congressman Pettengill warned, and then those National Socialist nations could more easily be merged under an International Socialist World Government. Likewise, regional economic arrangements (e.g., NAFTA, the European Community, etc.) would be formed and then merged into a world economic structure such as the WTO, which the power elite would then say had to be managed by a World Socialist Government.

Most people are already familiar with how the global economy has caused American jobs to go overseas to third world nations and how the WTO has coerced the U.S. Congress into changing our laws. Senior writer for the Chicago Tribune, Richard Longworth, in Global Squeeze (1998) wrote that�

"...the big story of the twenty-first century will be globalization's impact on the nations of the world. But already, secure jobs at ever-rising wages are becoming a thing of the past.

"...The poor (in the U.S.) are getting poorer, and there are more of them.

"...This is the 'race to the bottom,' a process that drives income ever lower.

"This is the dehumanization of labor. No other major country treats its workers as commodities in this way, as raw materials or components that can be bargained to the lowest price.

"...Globalization has already weakened the ability of the governments to control their own economies.

"The global economy is a reality and cannot be denied. But uncontrolled, it can destroy these civilizations, to the point that we will wake one day to discover that we are neither consumers nor producers nor citizens at all."

How does this bargaining of workers to the lowest level play out in the cities and towns of Florida and all across America? Let's say there's an influential businessman who has a grass-cutting or carpet-cleaning or fast food business or one of many other enterprises. And let's say he gets work permits for 10 migrant workers whom he lodges in a 2 bedroom house. He then goes to his 10 lower middle-class American workers, each of whom has a wife and children and small houses with mortgages, and tells his workers that they are being let go because he can pay his migrant workers a lot less because they share expenses (each would pay only $10 per month on a $100 electric bill, for instance). All it takes is for one businessman in an industry in a community to do this, and others in the same industry in the community are forced to do likewise if they are to remain competitive. This type of thing is happening all across America, and the consequences for American workers and their families are traumatic.

Of course, if we are to have a world government, there will have to be an enforcer. And in that regard, the U.N. tribunal's arrest of former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic is precedent-setting. Some years ago, the World Federalist Association, which promotes world federal government, outlined a plan for the U.N. to have agencies such as the International Criminal Court whereby national sovereignty would be gradually eroded and a world federation established. President Clinton wrote a letter to the WFA wishing them in general "future success," and Clinton, of course prosecuted the war against Milosevic over Kosovo. Recently, the Bush administration threatened to withhold reconstruction aid unless Yugoslavia turned Milosevic over to the U.N. tribunal at the Hague on the charge of crimes against humanity. Though the current head of Yugoslavia protested, leading Serbians turned Milosevic over for trial. Of course this is hypocritical, because while current President Bush and former Presidents Bush and Clinton have approved of this action, they at the same time have applauded Mikhail Gorbachev even though he prosecuted the Soviet war against Afghanistan, which included exploding toys that maimed and perhaps even killed some Afghan children. Also, it raises the question of whether Henry Kissinger will be turned over to a U.N. tribunal for what Cambodian leaders have called his illegal war against them 30 years ago. And since the vast majority of the international community was opposed to former President Bush's invasion of Panama, could he be taken to a U.N. tribunal for trial?

But how would such a U.N. tribunal get around Americans' Constitutional rights? I've said for some time that it would be through crises. Recently, more than one mother has killed her children, and so the cry goes up for the government to monitor families carefully because children may be at-risk. Furthermore, eco-terrorists have recently been committing arson in the northwest, and on June 25, the CBS Evening News showed one of the victims saying:

"A month ago, if you'd asked me, I would have said I didn't want to live with security systems ruling my life because I didn't want a fortress mentality. And now I welcome them."

Crises cause Americans to be more willing to give up Constitutional privacy rights. And every time there's a shooting, there are calls to limit our Second Amendment right to bear arms. and without that right, how can we defend ourselves if a U.N. tribunal comes after us?

� 2002 Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph. D., All Rights Reserved

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Dennis Laurence Cuddy has a Ph.D in American History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has taught in the public schools and at the university level, and has been a Senior Associate with the U.S. Department of Education, as well as a political analyst for an international consulting firm. He has 16 published books and booklets, and articles in journals such as The Lincoln Review and The Australian Journal of Politics and History. Other articles of his have been printed mostly in major American daily newspapers about 500 times over the past decade. Two of these articles have won awards in the annual Amy Writing Awards, which promote biblical values in the secular press. Dr. Cuddy has also been a guest on radio talk shows in various parts of the nation, such as ABC-Radio in New York City. And he has also been a guest on the national television program "USA Today" and CBS' "Nightwatch."

Dennis L. Cuddy's Books; "NEA Grab For Power" "Secret Records Revealed" "Now Is The Dawning Of The New Age NEW WORLD ORDER" and "The Globalists; The Power Elite Exposed" Can be purchased through Walter Publishing by calling 1-800-955-0116 visit our on line store front








"Does this sound like the sexual liberation, situation ethics, social engineering, lifelong learning, school-to-work, redistribute-the-wealth, interdependence, and world citizenship promoted and accepted by many toward the end of the 20th century?

The world government of the power elite will be Socialist in nature, and thus during the 1930s, the United States began to move toward Socialism at the national level."