Peace Revolution episode 045: The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto / Hour 5 + Commentary

Notes, Links, and References for further study:

  1. David Norman Dinkins  (Wikipedia)(106th Mayor of New York City, 1990 – 1993)
  2. Ed Koch  (Wikipedia) (105th Mayor of New York City, 1978 – 1989)
  3. Alfred North Whitehead (Wikipedia)
  4. (Book) “The Aims of Education and Other Essays” by Alfred North Whitehead (1929)
  5. Hubert’s Dime Museum & Flea Circus
  6. Flea Circus (Wikipedia) Fleas aren’t “trained”, they are categorized, restrained, and put to work; just as students are in schools.
  7. Wilhelm Wundt (Wikipedia)
  8. Machiavellian techniques (Wikipedia)
  9. Roman Collegia (Wikipedia)
  10. John Calvin + Theocratic State (Washington State University archive)
  11. Theocracy (Wikipedia)
  12. Capital (Wikipedia)
  13. Overproduction (Wikipedia)
  14. Hyperdemocracy (Wikipedia)
  15. Hour 5 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 1-15:
  16. Carl von Clausewitz (Wikipedia)
  17. (Book) “On War” by Carl von Clausewitz (1832) (page 490)
  18. Battle of Jena (Wikipedia)
  19. Roman Collegia (Wikipedia)
  20. Mark Antony (Wikipedia)
  21. Niccolò Machiavelli (Wikipedia)
  22. (Book) “The Discourses” by Epictetus, Translated by W.A. Oldfather (108 AD)
  23. (Book) “The Prince” by Niccolò Machiavelli, Translated by N. H. Thomson (1532)
  24. (Book) “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu (4-3 Century BC)
  25. Qaballah (Wikipedia)
  26. Tree of Life ( – Qabala information website)
  27. (Book) “Qaballah: The Mystical Heritage of the Children of Abraham” by Daniel Feldman
  28. Trivium (Wikipedia)
  29. Quadrivium (Wikipedia)
  30. Mudsill Theory (Wikipedia)
  31. (Video) “The Lightbulb Conspiracy”
  32. Brutus (Wikipedia)
  33. Julius Caesar (Wikipedia)
  34. (Congressional Record; Scribd) U. S. Congressional Record Proceedings and Debates “Steps Toward British Union, a World State, and International Strife – Part I" Honorable Jacob Thorkelson (Montana) Monday August 19, 1940
  35. Jacob Thorkelson (Wikipedia)
  36. Andrew Carnegie October 14, 1904 “Drifting Together Will the United States and Canada Unite?”
  37. Intelligensia BF Trantowsky
  38. (Book) “Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith” by James H. Billington (1980)
  39. James H. Billington (Wikipedia)
  40. André-Marie Ampère (Wikipedia)
  41. The Pilgrims Society (Wikipedia)
  42. Albion (Wikipedia)
  43. (Book) “War and Education” by Porter Sargent (1943)
  44. (Book) “Getting Us Into War” by Porter Sargent (1941)
  45. Lord Lothain
  46. (Book) “The Anglo-American Establishment” by Carroll Quigley (1949) (Introductory chapter; overview of the Round Table groups)
  47. Cecil Rhodes Roundtable (Wikipedia) / Milner Kindergarten (Wikipedia)
  48. (Book) “Sociology of the Elites” Mosca Pareto
  49. (Book) “The Ruling Class”
  50. Gaetano Mosca (Wikipedia)
  51. Vilfredo Pareto (Wikipedia)
  52. Elite Theory (Wikipedia)
  53. (Book) “Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They Are Making” by David Rothkopf (2008)
  54. (Video) “The Corporation Nation” by Clint Richardson (2010)(Comprehensive Annual Financial Report)
  55. Corporate Personhood (Wikipedia)
  56. Legal Personality (Wikipedia)
  57. Santa Clara County  vs Southern Pacific RR (1896) (Wikipedia)
  58. (Book) “Unequal Protection” by Thom Hartman (2004)
  59. Hour 5, minutes 15 -30 (approx.):
  60. “The Crisis of Democracy: Report of the Governability of Democracies to the Trilateral Commission” by Michel J. Crozier, Samuel P. Huntington, Joji Watanuki (1975)
  61. Sandinista National Liberation Front (Wikipedia)
  62. Iran Contra (Wikipedia)
  63. Paris Peace Conference 1919 (Wikipedia)
  64. Col. Edward Mandell House (Wikipedia)
  65. (Book) “Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed The World” by Margaret MacMillan (2002)
  66. Hồ Chí Minh (Wikipedia)
  67. Commodore Matthew C. Perry / Opening of Japan (
  68. (Document) Abraham Lincoln’s Speech Before the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 30, 1859
  69. (Book) "The Cathedral and the Bazaar" by Eric S. Raymond
  70. Goldcorp, Inc. (Wikipedia)
  71. “He Struck Gold on the Net (Really)” (Fast Company magazine article by Linda Tischler; May 31, 2002)
  72. (Book) “Discovering: Inventing & Solving Problems at the Frontiers of Scientific Knowledge” by Robert Scott Root-Bernstein & Michèle Root-Bernstein(1997)
  73. (Book) “Sparks of Genius: The Thirteen Thinking Tools of the World’s Most Creative People” by Robert Scott Root-Bernstein (2001)
  74. John Kanzius (Wikipedia)
  75. “The Kanzius Machine: A Cancer Cure?” (CBS News, April 2008)
  76. Thomas Edison (Wikipedia)
  77. Benjamin Franklin (Wikipedia)
  78. Albert Einstein (Wikipedia)
  79. Max Planck (Wikipedia)
  80. James Clerk Maxwell (Wikipedia)
  81. Hour 5 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 15-30:
  82. (Book) “Weapons of Mass Instruction” by John Taylor Gatto
  83. The Trivium (
  84. “The Crisis of Democracy: Report of the Governability of Democracies to the Trilateral Commission” by Michel J. Crozier, Samuel P. Huntington, Joji Watanuki (1975)
  85. (Book) “Clash of Civilizations” by Samuel P. Huntington (1998)
  86. “When the Elite Loved LSD” (Time U.S. Article from April 23, 2007; search Henry Luce)
  87. The Trilateral Commission (Wikipedia)
  88. David Rockefeller (Wikipedia)
  89. Jimmy Carter (Wikipedia)
  90. Zbigniew Brzezinski (Wikipedia)
  91. Nelson Rockefeller (Wikipedia)
  92. Barack Obama + Brezynski + Afghanistan (CIA)
  93. Cybernetics (Wikipedia)
  94. Bronislaw Trentowski (Wikipedia)
  95. (Book) “Fire in the Minds of Men” by James H. Billington (1980) (see chapter 8 “Prophecy: The Emergence of an Intelligentsia”; page 231, “Trentowski”
  96. (Book) “The Relationship of Philosophy to Cybernetics; or The Art of Ruling Nations”, Trentowski also invented the words “intelligentsia” & “cybernetics&rdquowinking
  97. Staatswissenschaft (Political Science as introduced from Prussia into the U.S. via Columbia University 1890; see: “Politics and Progress” by Dennis J. Mahoney)
  98. Andrew Dickson White of the Yale Troika (Wikipedia)
  99. Daniel Coit Gilman of the Yale Troika (Wikipedia)
  100. (Book) “America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones” by Antony Sutton (chapter 8 “How The Order Controls Education&rdquowinking (1986)
  101. (Book) “Politics and Progress: The Emergence of American Political Science” by Dennis J. Mahoney
  102. Political Science (Wikipedia)
  103. “Dialectic and the Myth of Government” (Gnostic Media episode #115 interview with Larken Rose)
  104. Defintion of Volition (
  105. (Book) “Sic Itur Ad Astra” by Andrew J. Galambos (1998)
  106. John Dewey (
  107. John Dewey (Wikipedia)
  108. Bureaucracy (Wikipedia)
  109. (Book) "Public Opinion" by Walter Lippmann (1922)
  110. The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing (Wikipedia)
  111. "Politics and Progress: The Emergence of American Political Science" (chapter 4) (1st name & then - Raymond B. Cattell or Raymond G. Gattel)
  112. Pragmatism (Wikipedia)
  113. Emmanuel Kant (Wikipedia)
  114. (Video) The Trivium “How to Free Your Mind” by Jan Irvin
  115. Gnostic Media episodes:
    1. 49) Gene Odening interview, Part 1 – “The TRIVIUM Method”
    2. 50) Gene Odening interview, Part 2 – “The Quadrivium”
    3. 51) Gene Odening interview, Part 3 – “The Qabalah and the Mystery Schools”
  116. Amtssprache (Wikipedia) (Meaning “Official Language”; 1) the language of an area; 2) bureaucrat speak
  117. (Book) "The Franklin Cover-Up" by Senator John DeCamp (2005)
  118. (Video) "The Conspiracy of Silence" (Discovery Channel Documentary about the Franklin Cover-Up)
  119. Cognitive Dissonance (Wikipedia)
  120. Definition of Entropy (
  121. Definition of Entropy (Thermodynamic explanation; Wikipedia)
  122. Definition of Entropy (In Information Theory)
  123. Entropy and Information (Definition of Entropy in relation to Information; from Principia Cybernetica Web)
  124. Hour 5, minutes 30 -45 (approx.):
  125. (Book) “Principles of Psychology” by William James (1890)
  126. William James(Wikipedia)
  127. Wilhelm Wundt(Wikipedia)
  128. (Book) “Principles of Secondary Education” by Alexander James Inglis (1918)
  129. (Book) “Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time” by Carroll Quigley (1966)
  130. Charles Darwin (Wikipedia)
  131. Hour 5 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 30-45:
  132. Wilhelm Wundt (Wikipedia)
  133. (Book) “The Principles of Psychology” by William James (Chapter IV; 1890) (Ctrl-F (find function) “Habit is thus the enormous fly-wheel of society…&rdquowinking
  134. Alexander James Inglis
  135. James Bryant Conant (Wikipedia)
  136. (Book) "Compromised Campus” by Sigmund Diamond (1992) (Oxford University Press)
  137. James Corbett /Richard Grove (Interview)
  138. (Book) “Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time” by Carroll Quigley (The Japanese Assualt, 1931 – 1941; pg. 561 CTRL-F (find function) “Japanese constitution of 1889&rdquowinking
  139. Prussian Education Model (Wikipedia)
  140. G. Stanley Hall (term “adolescence&rdquowinking (Wikipedia)
  141. (Book) “America’s Secret Establishment: Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones” by Antony Sutton (see: chapter 8 “How The Order Controls Education”; “Yale Troika&rdquowinking (1986)
  142. (Book) “Principles of Secondary Education”by Alexander James Inglis (1918)
      1. “The Aims and Functions of Secondary Education” (Chapter X, pg. 367)
      2. “The Organization of Secondary Education: Curriculums (Chapter XX, pg. 668)
  143. Adjustive Function (Fixed Habits)
  144. Integrative Function
  145. Directive Function
  146. Differentiating Function
  147. Selective Function
  148. Propaedeutic Function
  149. British Class System
  150. Elwood P. Cubberley (Wikipedia)
  151. Bionomics / The Law of Life (Wikipedia)
  152. (Book) “Cubberley of Stanford and his contribution to American Education“ by  (Stanford Press)
  153. Leland Stanford (Wikipedia)
  154. (Book) “An Introduction to the Study of Education” by Elwood P. Cubberley (Riverside Textbooks In Education; 1925, Houghton Mifflin Co.)
  155. The Inglis Lecture (Harvard, 1933)
  156. Hour 5, minutes 45 -end (approx.):
  157. Hour 5 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 45-end:
  158. Definition of fficial&client=firefox-a#hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=zPc&rls=org.mozilla:en-USsurprisedfficial&q=predator&tbs=dfn:1&tbo=u&sa=X&ei=A4TaToyDEur00gGG2Jn3DQ&ved=0CCUQkQ4&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&fp=690aec14232744b8&biw=1200&bih=616">“Predator”
  159. Compassionate Communication (Wikipedia)
  160. (Book) “Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life” by Marshall B. Rosenberg
  161. (Video) Marshall Rosenberg on Nonviolent Communication (YouTube playlist)
  162. (Video) UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED Conference)
  163. (Video) George Hunt on the UNCED Earth Summit (UNCED Conference; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 1992)
  164. (Website)
  165. (Website)
  166. Occupy Wall Street (Wikipedia)
  167. Incompetence (Merriam-Webster Dictionary Definition)

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