Arcane Semantics: Alex Newman – Indoctrination and Common Core Conditioning (12-18-17)

This airing we have Alex Newman joining us. Alex is an international journalist, educator and consultant; and the president of Liberty Sentinel Media Inc., a small media consulting firm. He is currently based in the U.S. but has lived on four continents, having spent much of his life in Latin America, Europe and Africa. He has a degree in foreign languages and speaks Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian and a little Swedish and Afrikaans. Alex also earned a degree in journalism from the University of Florida, with emphasis on economics and international relations. He is co-author of the book “Crimes of the Educators: How Utopians Are Using Government Schools to Destroy America’s Children” and has worked for numerous publications in the U.S. and abroad. We discuss education and the warped conditioning of our children in the first hour and take a call from Tyler. Alex shares his insights with us on the educational system, common core and his advice on home schooling during hour number two.

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Reply to  renegade
2 years ago

Yep. You wont find any “good jews”, alleged “antizionist jews” calling that one out.

Jeffery Leon
2 years ago

The guest had my full attention until he began suggesting there were “good” jews fighting on our side…I don’t trust “Brother” Nathanial, Richard Spencer, Mike Enoch (or Peinovich), Stefan Molyneux, Ben Shapiro, or any “good jew or “nice jewish boy” to lead their so-called “goyim” to the final truth.

Magnus
2 years ago

I study last names. The -wicz ending is another way of spelling the jewish -witz ending as in Horowicz or Horowitz. I think Richard has some explaining to do. Only jews have these names.

Retroactive
Reply to  Magnus
2 years ago

I’ve known Polish people who’s last names ended in “wicz”, and they weren’t jewish. People can be rather silly some times.

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