The following is an excerpt from, Biography and History of the Nations of North America, from Its First Discovery by Samuel G. Drake, page 41 (we first read the speech in "Great Speeches by Native Americans" edited by Bob Blaisdell).

...At the congress at Lancaster, in 1744, between the government of Virginia and the Five Nations, the Indians were told that, if they would send some of their young men to Virginia, the English would give them an education at their college. An orator replied to this offer as follows:--

"We know that you highly esteem the kind of learning taught in those colleges, and that the maintenance of our young men, while with you, would be very expensive to you. We are convinced, therefore, that you mean to do us good by your proposal, and we thank you heartily. But you who are wise must know that different nations have different conceptions of things; and you will therefore not take it amiss if our ideas of this kind of education happen not to be the same with yours. We have had some experience of it: several of our young people were formerly brought up at the colleges of the northern provinces; they were instructed in all your sciences; but when they came back to us, they were bad runners; ignorant of every means of living in the woods; unable to bear either cold or hunger; knew neither how to build a cabin, take a deer, or kill an enemy; spoke our language imperfectly; were therefore neither fit for hunters, warriors, or counsellors; they were totally good for nothing. We are, however, not the less obliged by your kind offer, though we decline in accepting it: and to show our grateful sense of it, if the gentlemen of Virginia will send us a dozen of their sons, we will take great care of their education, instruct them in all we know, and make men of them."

The type of education that modern man receives (and gives his sons) severely weakens him. Much study is a weariness of the flesh (ref. Ecclesiastes 12:12). This is not to say that I am not grateful that I learned how to read, but it does not require 18 years to learn how to read, write, and count. If men are to be schooled for extended periods, such schooling should be useful. In the days of Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute taught, "industrial education." Students built their own buildings--even making their own bricks--and learned the mechanical arts in addition to scholastics.

At an early age, children can learn many things very quickly and they have the energy to learn them. They can read and run and observe and learn. Those inclined to further their studies into some speciality like medicine could start those studies much earlier than modern man does. Our carpenters, soldiers, smiths, husbandmen, etc. could take their place by age 19 or 20--whole and sound, not brainwashed.

The hour is late, but this is still an important discussion for the truth's sake and for our children's sake. The two great engines of mass destruction used on modern children are--

  1. The television.
    The television is there from their infancy and throughout their lives inflicting deep, mashed up, bruising, putrifying wounds--intellectual and spiritual assaults--on a daily basis. Television, like a ubiquitous hypnotist, binds the attention to wicked things and keeps the body "glued to its seat" instead of engaged in productive, useful pursuits. This continues all the life long. And the television is often even there in the sick room to usher the soul out onto its journey into hell.

  2. The modern school system.
    The modern school system is an adjunct to the television. It supports and furthers the affliction of the television by various means such as implanting confusion through the obfuscation of simple subjects so that children give up learning and by teaching more lies and protocols for living in a society based on the principles of Satan himself.

By a law, the powers are able to have control over the masses through these two great engines--one addictive, the other compulsory. "They" (the powers) had control over me. But people can be free. All they have to do is receive the love of the truth. God's word is the truth (ref. John 17:17).


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