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The Intelligent Student's Guide to the New World Order

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« on: September 29, 2007, 11:24:21 pm »

Decisions Based on Conscience Not Allowed

When you are taught to doubt your own conscience in favor of rational decision-making, many types of destructive, obnoxious, and immoral behavior will no longer be objectionable to you. You learn to find reasons to justify whatever behavior might have emotional appeal. Unbelievable as it may seem, teachers in Wisconsin actually were warned against holding students to traditional high standards:

“Traditionally there was little question that the schools should promote such values as the following:

Respect Property.
Be respectful of adults.
Say please and thank you at appropriate times.
Do not use profane language or bad grammar.
Be neat and clean.
Do not lie or cheat.
Now, however, in some situations these are quite controversial. Many lawsuits and community controversies have focused on the meaning of “ and clean,” for example. Several recent surveys indicate that cheating in school, rather than being unacceptable, has become the norm, and most students feel no guilt about cheating. Standards of profanity are constantly changing and words that one rarely heard used in public a few years ago are now heard a great deal. While many may not like these developments, it is very necessary for teachers to recognize that they are taking place.” [12]

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