At the beginning of the 21st Century, we are witnessing a major economic and social transition.
China, under a government controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, is rapidly amassing the wealth of the world and raising the living standard of its one and a half billion people. China is also pursuing mass education of its citizens, leading them into the advanced areas of mathematics, linguistics and technologies.
In contrast, the countries of the West, essentially Europe and the U.S., are floundering economically and socially. Their living standards are dropping as unemployment becomes rampant across the entire West. Worst of all, the education of the youth of the West is becoming deficient in every area.
Mathematics, science and languages are no longer the strongholds of Western youth. Today, these areas are more and more controlled by Asian youth, as recent tests have shown.
Educated people are the bedrock of a strong economy. In Africa and the Middle East, education is limited to the very wealthy, and the economies of these countries are rife with unemployment and starvation.
Why is it that the education of the West is dropping dramatically while that of the East is rising rapidly?
The people of the West are governed by small groups who have evolved a system of government that has ensnared this population for the last century.
Under a delusional premise that the governments of the West are “Democratic” and “Free” the small “power groups” control the entire population of the West and are making this population weaker and weaker by breaking down their educational system.
Ultimately, the “power groups” would like to have a completely ignorant and uneducated population whom they can manipulate with total ease.
HOW DO “POWER GROUPS” CONTROL
The “Power Groups” of the West control their populations by indoctrinating them with false beliefs through the educational systems which they control.
The strongest method they have for achieving this is by making a blanket statement that “All People are Equal.”
This statement is accepted by most people, even though everyone knows it is false. Everyone knows that all people are unique, not equal. Everyone knows that each person has different talents and different abilities than anyone else.
Yet, the power of the statement “All People are Equal” lies not in its truth, but in its social implication.
To deny this statement would imply that the person denying it felt that he was better than others, or that others were less than equal, which would engender hatred and perhaps violence by others.
It is a simple, but every effective technique.
Thus, everyone in the West acknowledges, to the public, that “All people are equal.” With this acknowledgement comes the first step in the degradation of education: If, “All people are equal” than all students should progress at the same rate. This means that the entire class must progress at the rate of the slowest in the class.
This is exactly what has been happening in the U.S. and in many parts of Europe. As a consequence of this control by the “Power Groups” of the West the educational standards of the West are falling year after year.
In contrast, the students of China and the rest of Asia are not suppressed by a fake belief in equality. They and their governments are well aware that every person is unique and that there exists of hierarchy of learning abilities.
Asia is producing students that are first rank in the world in all areas of studies, from math to music to language skills.
IMPLICATIONS FOR LIVING STANDARDS
If we look around the world, we can see that high living standards exist wherever the majority of the population is educated.
It requires educated and capable citizens to produce products and services that increase the GDP of a country. Even if a country has few resources, such as Switzerland, its educated population find methods to bring in capital for the compensation of its citizens.
In those countries where the population remains uneducated, for whatever reason, poverty and low standards of living prevail.
RULING CLASSES EVERYWHERE ARE RICH
One factor must be noted: the ruling classes or “power groups” are wealthy and enjoy high living standards no matter how poor their country is.
The “Power Groups” of the West are confident that they will remain rich and powerful even though their countries become poor through lack of education. Also, these “Power Groups” are well aware that they are achieving eternal control by emasculating the intelligence and education of their citizens.
It is to be noted that in the West, there is a strong movement to import uneducated populations from backward countries so as to increase the number of uneducated people.
We are seeing the results today as Western governments present their populations with barrages of illogical promises, incompetent leaders, and the illegitimate use of warfare.
This phase of history in the beginning of the 21st Century will continue unabated. The few people who understand what is happening have no means of stopping or even slowing down this evolution. It is like trying to stop the waves of the ocean on the beach–impossible.
What we will see is the East rise rapidly and the West fall rapidly.
From my travels in the poor countries of Latin America I noted that the rich families who lived in the seas of poverty, sent their children abroad to the best schools and universities of Europe or the U.S. They also played games with the “Power Groups” whose members wanted to be part of the established elite. By doing so, they maintained their wealth and kept their power hidden. Their families survived and interbred.
For the savvy and quick witted individual there are ways to stay afloat in a sea that is drowning everyone else.