The Destruction of Education A to Z

Part 2: The Traps the Classics Warned Us About

To continue the look at what has been done in the destruction of our education, as covered in Part-1, and the general theme of turning the general population into little bees or ants for the collective, so the cabal can order everyone around. Let’s now look at what was hidden in doing away with the Classics.

Critical Thinking Teaching Methods

I covered the Horse and the Rider analogy of logic, will and emotions in my article Cossack or Cowboy Part-2 (linked). Once these Horse and Rider educated young males got older, these ideas were given much more depth with the study of the traditional Trivium, which covers a version of grammar (which means you must answer who, what, when, where in great detail, before you deal with any other issues). This was followed second by logic (why), as you cannot use logic if you do not have the questions in grammar answered in great detail, or the best detail you can gather in the fast depleting sources of information. Finally, this was followed by rhetoric (how you present your scholarly positions). If you can stand to watch the Lame Stream Media they always answer “why” first, and then have little to no grammar, and finish with rhetoric with “appeals to emotions” every time- like a broken record. We face over groomed, expensively clothed and oozing confidence talking heads repeating emotive one-liners which have now replaced any classical grammar to logic to rhetoric.

Please be careful when you study the Trivium as there are distorted versions out there to lead people astray, as the globalists know people need to be kept away from the use of the true Trivium. There is also a list of logical fallacies (linked), so you can see all the false logic that needs to be identified.

Classical Lessons Lost by our Citizenry

Imperialist Athens (Outline of the Anglo-American Imperialism)

If one studies Thucydides you will find out it was the City State of Democratic Athens that was the aggressor, and not the stoic and conservative dual monarchy of Sparta. Athens in its aggressive ambition actually stole the money of the Delian League, which was very much like NATO, and then used it for another purpose, as the league was set up for defense of another Persian Invasion (like the Soviet Block), and then used instead by Athens to create an Athenian Empire in Greece. Athens then attacked allies and independent states, as they demanded everyone finance their imperialism. Sound familiar? Athens was also mainly a naval power, like Britain, and to a lesser extent the present US.

We have a perfect record of this best kept secret in the taking of the Island of Melos, where we had the “Might Makes Right” of the democratic Athenians arguing for the attacking of a neutral state, with the killing of the men and the selling of the women and children into slavery for nothing but the blind ambition of democratic Athens, run by its hidden cabal.

The older generations of educated Anglophiles knew this history and made great efforts to prevent this from happening, but that disappeared when we started to educate with the new Masonic Prussian Education System covered in Part-1.

One can see this exactly played out with NATO, and if everyone had studied even a bit of this history, they would have seen democratic states as problematic. The democratic leaders of Athens pushed for glory to win favor with the masses, starting conflicts with more conservative states that had a long history of minding their own business, like say China. Russia on the other hand has been invaded so many times, and has few geographic features to allow for a less reactive foreign policy, as compare to say Switzerland. Russia’s size and position allow it to often get initially surprised, but later to always come back and bite you. General Bernard Montgomery was no great general, but he was on the mark when he said in his lists of things you should never do placed the worst of all as to “March on Moscow.” Exactly what is being done by proxy in our time.

The only real difference from Athens of the past and our oligarchs of today is the use of false flags to start wars, for the idea of starting wars was much more romantic to the Athenians, like the British of the 1800s, than it has ever been with Americans. We also have false flag coups in the US now (with January 6th) and now in Germany (December 7th). You may know there have been claims of endless false flags to get the USA in wars all the way back to the Sinking of the Maine in Havana Harbor in Cuba.


All the Greek states of the classical period went up in arms all at once when one city state used disease to win a siege, and then the states all banned it. Later in Greek Classical history, when things went bad, for Democratic Athens in its imperial desires with Sparta and its allies, Athens was hit by a plague brought by its navy and in its records showed the most compassionate and honorable citizens died first as they went to help friends and then died as a class. So that the people left were often the more selfish, and so disease- and its use and effects as weapons- has been lost to the average person who does not see Covid as a weapon. We even had an ocean liner that no one wanted to dock in their country at the outset. Japan needed this step as they are strict with shutting down people’s travelling from abroad, but with that first ship the shutting down of their country could not be used to stem the tide with the allowance of that passenger liner and so needed jabs.

Is it any wonder that those most trusting of government and wish to show honor to government are the ones suffering under Covid more than those more skeptical? Such people can be the first to die.

Many good honorable men have gone off to die in war for men not worth it in leadership of their countries. In the past, when people did not know how disease was spread, the most honorable and loyal died first. Now we are more knowledgeable and the naïve and blindly trusting are the ones to fall first. A culling is going on.

Also, those with jobs tied to government and multi-nationals have been more vulnerable as their self-image, wealth, future career rise and status has been a way to wear blinders:

“It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”Upton Sinclair

In addition, some historians have made the claim that the naval power of the Venetians intentionally used the black plague to weaken enemies and conspired with the Mongols, who gave them exclusive trading rights in exchange for spying on their behalf. The top Venetian Republic families used a corrupt republican system, usury, spy networks, the new (for its time) propagandizing printing press and even the crusades to destroy of the Eastern Roman Orthodox Christian state. We would have been wise to take a closer look at their methods in history. When Venice lost its place, after it neighbors learned of its exploits and reacted with the Treaty of Westphalia, many of its families traveled to northern trading posts to set up shop first in the Netherlands (another naval power like Venice), and later expanded to England where they were known as the Venetian Party (UK).

Being more aware of how these dreadful countries have used disease would have allowed many more to be untrusting of the vaccines all the way back to the polio shots, that some have connected to electricity’s introduction and the vaccine shots given to the soldiers and families under duress from the WWI, and was responsible for far more deaths than the 2 great wars. Hence with 4G, 5G, 6G and so on, we get constant upgrades in software, boosters and electrical systems with few ever reading the lengthy legalese of what they agree to, nor have the expertise and access to look at what makes up the new mRNA jabs, with no placebo group included in testing now either, nor a testing on mice. With the totalitarian enforcement of lockdowns, and objectors being criminalized and placed into camps in Australia, could we have seen this better with an education that told of how disease might have been used in the past? 

Cults (The Alphabet Mafia & Soyboys)

We will look at the Bacchanalia, which comes from the myth of the Bacchae. When one sees this cult we should see how dangerous it was and how it has been used in new forms with scientific cover, as with the Church of Scientology, to every guru headed group you can think of. The Burning Man being the latest version, with big backers in the tech world, and sex & drugs so extensively tested in the 60s, all wrapped up into yet another cult for the naïve and emotionalists.

From ancient sources like Livy we hear that,” Women at these gatherings outnumbered men; and his account has the consul Postumius stressing the overwhelmingly female nature and organization of the cult. It preferred women to outnumber men, at any permitted gathering and at lower levels. Livy’s own narrative names all but one of the offending cult leaders as male, which seems to eliminate any perceived “conspiracy of women”. Like with globalist companies supporting feminism the goal is to get women to be hysterical in the pursuit of goals that are made out to be in their best interests. Women shy away from logic in their daily dealings and prefer emotions as their modus operandi and so any guru telling women they have all the answers with no study, and how following their peer-group (a popularity contest) is music to their ears.

By turning as many men of all lower ranks into being more like women, allows the men at the top ranks to become the most masculine by getting rid of rivals, and so what is left are fox and weasel males that will rationalize their effeminate methods, encourage effeminacy in the name of effete male needs to meet their dreams of superiority when they are really not the best compliment to women or for our society as a whole.

Those who resisted or betrayed the Bacchae Cult were disposed of. Under cover of religion, priests and acolytes broke civil, moral and religious laws with impunity. Livy also claims that while the cult held particular appeal to those of uneducated and fickle mind (levitas animi), such as the young, plebeians, women and “men most like women”, most of the city’s population was involved, and even Rome’s highest class was not immune.

So with this in mind can one now answer why there are so many estrogen mimickers in such quantities in our food, drink and society? These chemicals make men effete and also make women rush through being able to have children and then take on male traits as testosterone is known to come into older women. So this combination makes female headed households and the toxic males pushing media just one of many weapons in the plan to the global-homo agenda stick.  

Estrogen mimickers affect boys in the womb as they never reach the stages of being what they were meant to be. Babies in the womb become female and later male, as males are the newer gender. Are they not making bees for the beehive, because they feel they can use cult ideas to have their Pied Piper gurus make the masses do as they wish much better than testosterone filled males. Why are there not chemical that are testosterone mimickers in our food and drinks? If it were just by accident then this would occasionally happen.

Here is how the Romans discovered and dealt with the cult that almost took over Rome:

An ex-initiate and prostitute named Hispala Faecenia, fearing the cult’s vengeance for her betrayal but more fearful for her young, upper class client and protegé, told all to the consul Postumius, who presented it to a shocked Roman senate as a dire national emergency. Once investigations were complete, the senate rewarded and protected informants, and suppressed the cult “throughout Italy”—or rather, forced its reformation, in the course of which seven thousand persons were arrested, most of whom were executed.

Legislation of 186 survives in the form of an inscription. Known as the Senatus consultum de Bacchanalibus, it brought the Bacchanalia under control of the senate, and thus of the Roman pontifices. The existing cult chapters and colleges were dismantled. Congregations of mixed gender were permitted, but were limited to no more than two men and three women, and any Bacchanalia gathering must seek prior permission from the Senate. Men were forbidden Bacchus’ priesthood.

Totalitarianism Needs Sycophants & Foreigners

More from Livy:

Hence tyrants are always fond of bad men, because they love to be flattered, but no man who has the spirit of a freeman in him will lower himself by flattery; good men love others, or at any rate do not flatter them. Moreover, the bad are useful for bad purposes; ‘nail knocks out nail,’ as the proverb says. It is characteristic of a tyrant to dislike everyone who has dignity or independence; he wants to be alone in his glory, but anyone who claims a like dignity or asserts his independence encroaches upon his prerogative, and is hated by him as an enemy to his power. Another mark of a tyrant is that he likes foreigners better than citizens, and lives with them and invites them to his table; for the one are enemies, but the Others enter into no rivalry with him.

Such are the notes of the tyrant and the arts by which he preserves his power; there is no wickedness too great for him. All that we have said may be summed up under three heads, which answer to the three aims of the tyrant. These are, (1) the humiliation of his subjects; he knows that a mean-spirited man will not conspire against anybody; (2) the creation of mistrust among them; for a tyrant is not overthrown until men begin to have confidence in one another; and this is the reason why tyrants are at war with the good; they are under the idea that their power is endangered by them, not only because they would not be ruled despotically but also because they are loyal to one another, and to other men, and do not inform against one another or against other men; (3) the tyrant desires that his subjects shall be incapable of action, for no one attempts what is impossible, and they will not attempt to overthrow a tyranny, if they are powerless. Under these three heads the whole policy of a tyrant may be summed up, and to one or other of them all his ideas may be referred: (1) he sows distrust among his subjects; (2) he takes away their power; (3) he humbles them.


Add Livy insights to our modern state moves to expose our society to estrogen mimickers, single mother households, fake toxic male cultural, jabs that mess with the body and mind with any and all mind gas lighting and you have a full court press to get rid of any resistance from male quarters, but allow lots of endless whining and atomization of the population. Mix in a Hegelian Dialectic and you will have most of the citizenry acting like in the book “1984” in hating on queue the latest bad state or guy to purge their need to dispose of hate that is not supposed to be part of people that worship emotions as the best way to live your life.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Zarathustra's Eagle says:

    “The sufferings which revolution entailed upon the cities were many and terrible, such as have occurred and always will occur, as long as the nature of mankind remains the same; though in a severer or milder form, and varying in their symptoms, according to the variety of the particular cases. In peace and prosperity, states and individuals have better sentiments, because they do not find themselves suddenly confronted with imperious necessities; but war takes away the easy supply of daily wants, and so proves a rough master, that brings most men’s characters to a level with their fortunes. Revolution thus ran its course from city to city, and the places which it arrived at last, from having heard what had been done before, carried to a still greater excess the refinement of their inventions, as manifested in the cunning of their enterprises and the atrocity of their reprisals.

    Words had to change their ordinary meaning and to take that which was now given them.

    Reckless audacity came to be considered the courage of a loyal ally;

    prudent hesitation, [became] specious cowardice;

    moderation was held to be a cloak for unmanliness;

    ability to see all sides of a question, [became] inaptness to act on any.

    Frantic violence became the attribute of manliness; cautious plotting, a justifiable means of self-defence.

    The advocate of extreme measures was always trustworthy; his opponent a man to be suspected. To succeed in a plot was to have a shrewd head, to divine a plot a still shrewder; but to try to provide against having to do either was to break up your party and to be afraid of your adversaries. In fine, to forestall an intending criminal, or to suggest the idea of a crime where it was wanting, was equally commended until even blood became a weaker tie than party, from the superior readiness of those united by the latter to dare everything without reserve; for such associations had not in view the blessings derivable from established institutions but were formed by ambition for their overthrow; and the confidence of their members in each other rested less on any religious sanction than upon complicity in crime.” Thucydides III 69-85 (The Civil War at Corcyra)

    If there is any compromise with the other party, it should be the banning of all plastics and estrogen mimickers. But there needs to be a will to abolish our modern comforts and that requires stepping over the louts and last men.


  2. Shaniqua says:

    I educhumicated. I got a collech degree. What do you mean if I didn’t eat breakfast m? I did eat breakfast.


  3. GDR says:

    We’re losing technical expertise by the day as old experts die/retire without training replacements. Even CS is decaying, despite it being the focus of most tech efforts these days.

    Why? Because all the entry level tech jobs go to foreigners.

    Why? Because wypipo be raycis n shiiiieeeeet, mang! We caint be givin yt dem gud jobs, he duh enemy!

    And with no straight White men left to build things, it rots.


    1. Zarathustra's Eagle says:

      “My concept of freedom.—Sometimes the value of a thing lies not in what we get by means of it, but in what we pay for it—what it costs us. I offer an example. Liberal institutions stop being liberal as soon as they have been established: from that point forward, there is nothing that harms freedom more severely and fundamentally than liberal institutions. After all, we know what they bring about: they undermine the will to power, they are the leveling of mountain and valley elevated into a morality, they make people small, cowardly, and pleasure-loving—with liberal institutions, the herd animal is victorious every time. Liberalism: in other words, herd-animalization . . .

      The same institutions bring about completely different effects as long as they are still being fought for; then, in fact, they promote freedom in a powerful way. Considered more closely, it is war that brings about these effects, the war for liberal institutions, which, as war, lets the illiberal instincts persist. And war educates for freedom. For what is freedom? Having the will to responsibility for oneself. Maintaining the distance that separates us. Becoming indifferent to trouble, hardships, deprivation, even to life. Being ready to sacrifice people to one’s cause, not excluding oneself. Freedom means that the manly instincts, the instincts that celebrate war and winning, dominate other instincts, for example the instinct for “happiness.” The human being who has become free, not to mention the spirit that has become free, steps all over the contemptible sort of wellbeing dreamt of by grocers, Christians, cows, women, Englishmen, and other democrats. The free human being is a warrior.—

      What is the measure of freedom, in individuals and in peoples? The measure is the resistance that must be overcome, the trouble it costs to stay on top. One would have to look for the highest type of free human beings wherever the highest resistance is constantly being overcome: five steps away from tyranny, right on the brink of the danger of servitude. This is true psychologically, if one conceives of the “tyrant” here as inexorable and terrible instincts that demand to be countered with the maximum of authority and self-discipline—the most beautiful type is Julius Caesar; it is also true politically, just take a walk through history. The peoples who were worth something, who became worthy, never became worthy under liberal institutions: great danger made them into something that deserves respect, danger, which first teaches us to get to know the means at our disposal, our virtues, our defense and weapons, our own spirit— danger, which forces us to be strong . . .

      First principle: one must need to be strong; otherwise, one never becomes strong.—Those great greenhouses for the strong, the strongest sort of human being there has ever been, the aristocratic communities such as Rome and Venice, understood freedom precisely in the sense in which I understand the word freedom: as something that one has and does not have, that one wills to have, that one conquers . . .” – Twilight of the Idols


  4. Eric says:

    Reblogged this on Calculus of Decay .


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