Since World War II, propaganda for world government under the United Nations has been added to textbook promotion of a collectivist society.This laid the foundation for the eventual destruction of the U. S. Constitution and our free market system so that America could be easily merged into a socialistic world federation under UNESCO guidelines.
UNESCO envisioned that destruction of children's love of country and patriotism was the first step towards education for world citizenship. At a Childhood International Education Seminar, C.M. Pierce, M.D., a professor of education and psychiatry at Harvard, told educators at the meeting:
Every child in America entering school at the age of 5 is mentally ill because he comes to school with certain allegiances to our founding fathers, toward his parents, toward a belief in a supernatural being, and toward the sovereignty of this nation as a separate entity. It's up to you as teachers to make all these sick children well - by creating the international child of the future.
After recommending that American students be denied full knowledge of the greatness of their nation, UNESCO admits that detailed study of foreign countries will lead the student to the conclusion that America is a better place to live.
The student who does not know or understand the accomplishments of America and the shortcomings of the rest of the world is more likely to accept a "world government." The student who knows nothing of the horrors of the communist system in Russia and the failures of socialism everywhere it has been tried, might well agree to a communist-influenced socialistic one-world government. The student who has been taught that the UN protected America from Nazism and Mussolini's Fascism, would see nothing wrong with looking to the UN to maintain world peace and freedom.
UNESCO released a three-volume report of the National History Standards Project. Nowhere in those standards will you find any mention of the fact that it was the Western tradition that first produced the idea of individual freedom. Nowhere will you find that it was in Christianity that the concept of individual freedom originated. That slavery is evil is a western ideal. Because the bias of the standards is so weighted against the USA and the West, you will find no acknowledgement of the fact that we have produced what no other country and tradition has.
If the "neutralist" Afro-Asian-Muslim block united, as usual, with Red China and the "former" communist countries and the Soviet-bloc and voted democratically that all taxes of the world should be paid by Americans, would United States resist? Would it be wrong? Perhaps. But it would be democratic. Yet, throughout the textbooks, the students are conditioned to accept world government, without discussing whether it would be good or bad.
Don't you think the UN did their job very well?