Saturday, September 28, 2019

What Public Schools Do Not Teach

“In public schools, I learned that a noun is a person, place, or thing.  Later, schools started teaching that nouns are a person, place, thing, or idea.

How many of you were specifically informed that a noun is also each letter in the English alphabet?  You may think the omission no big deal, because a letter could be thought of as an idea or as a thing and does not need to be pointed out specifically.  But you not knowing simple things helps to keep you imprisoned.

How many of you learned that when a letter is underlined with space before the next letter that it means that you are to read each single letter, the individual nouns, and that following true syntax, when a noun is next to a noun, relationships within grammar change?  For instance, when you went to court, or when you observed a document on a TV show with the word

 i n d i c t m e n t,

did you read it as indictment?  It actually is ten separate nouns that, due to all being nouns next to each other, change their roles from nouns to other parts of speech.  

I went to public school, I can’t tell you what it’s really saying, but I know enough to know that when words are purposely spaced and letters are underlined, that you only think you know what your document says.

Ignorance makes a battle in court against 5G or against vaccine mandates impossible for us to win.
We need to become educated beyond our public education.  If we can know what they know, we can stop their attack.”

                                                                        -Paget Anne of Essendon

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