Indoctrination Centers aka Government state-run "public" schools in the West have dumbed down generations of youth and indoctrinated them with a poltically correct globalist mindset.
21st Century Wire
Over the last half century, the public school establishment in America has achieved enormous results… if the intention was to dumb down the population.
The term public is fast becoming archaic, since the current age promotes an internationalist culture of interdependency, where the state defines institutional roles and sanctions accepted standards. The public plays virtually no effective role in this process. For this reason the proper term to use is government indoctrination centers. Bringing back the McGuffey Readers as the alternative to the state syllabus of common core would be a step in the right direction.
The East hasn't been targeted as it is to be used for the clash of East and West in a future bloodbath plotted out over a century ago.Although Western Pop Culture has degraded Eastern nations for at least two decades,if not more.
"Public" schools here in the UK are elitist, expensive schools for the children of the very rich.
Eton, Harrow, Westminster etc.
Fees run to many thousands of pounds per term plus extras.
The majority of public school pupils go on to university.
Everyone else attends State schools which are free.
Fewer per capita State school pupils progress on to university than those from Public schools.
Some State schools are very good but others are awful.
The best performing State schools are those in all white rural,parts of the country.
The worst State schools are those in urban multi-culti areas.
Some State schools in those areas have whole classes of pupils whose first language is not English.
ALL education has an agenda.
Foremost that agenda is to educate.
Indoctrination ( comply) tends not to work well on State school kids whereas the indoctrination received in Public schools ( Rule) seems tombe very effective.
Here in Blighty - We tend to be governed, in the main; by ex Public school people.