The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America

A Chronological Paper Trail by Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt

A documentation of the U.S. government's deliberate conversion of "teachers" to "change agents" for behavioral engineering of our children to create obedient citizens.

From the Forward of this Book:

"Charlotte Iserbyt is to be greatly commended for having put together the most formidable and practical compilation of documentation describing the “deliberate dumbing down” of American children by their education system. Anyone interested in the truth will be shocked by the way American social engineers have systematically gone about destroying the intellect of millions of American children for the purpose of leading the American people into a socialist world government controlled by behavioral and social scientists.

Mrs. Iserbyt has also documented the gradual transformation of our once academically successful education system into one devoted to training children to become compliant human resources to be used by government and industry for their own purposes. This is how fascist-socialist societies train their children to become servants of their government masters. The successful implementation of this new philosophy of education will spell the end of the American dream of individual freedom and opportunity. The government will plan your life for you, and unless you comply with government restrictions and regulations your ability to pursue a career of your own choice will be severely limited. What is so mind boggling is that all of this is being financed by the American people."

The Miseducation of America: Part 1
Documentary Interview of Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
An Infowars Production

The Miseducation of America:
Part 2
Documentary Interview of Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
An Infowars Production

Secret Societies

Time Out Productions presents Charlotte Iserbyt and a look at secret societies and their history in the United States.


The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America
By: Charlot Thompson Iserbyt - Additional Interviews and Commentary


The "Dumbing-Down" of our educational institutions was planned from the earliest attempts to install the League of Nations by the Round Table groups. In America it was the then Mandel House organized "Inquiry Group." When the League failed the Inquiry Group evolved into the Council on Foreign Relations and by WWII and even though Americans were unaware [because the controlled media never used the new label] the Allies were already being called the United Nations in Europe and elsewhere in the world. And, of course, the United Nations was born- nearly every member of the US delegation to the formation of the UN was also a ranking member of the CFR. And who were the promoters of seating the center for the UN - The Building on the East River? The Soviets... all those leaders were KGB butchers... and for years to come they would chair the UN Security Council... The FBI, when exposing Alger Hiss, pointed to the UN and it's center on the East River as the primary source of entry for the commies infiltrating our country.
The National Education Association was quick to adopt the formation of the UN as the hope of the world. In January 1946 Joy Elmer Morgan wrote in the NEA Journal: "In the sturggle to establish an adequate world government, the teacher has many parts to play. He must begin with his own attitude and knowledge and purpose. He can do much to prepare the hearts and minds of children for global understanding and cooperation..., At the very top of all the agencies which will assure the coming of world government must stand the school, the teacher and the organized professional."
In the 1940's the NEA set up one-worlder policy think tanks like the National Training Laboratory [NTL] in Bethel, Maine to reeducate teachers along Politically Correct lines. NTL claims it works "to change teachers' inflexable patterns of thinking." An NTL manual says of children: "Although they appear to behave appropriately and seem normal by most cultural standards, tbey may actually be in need of mental health care in order to help them change, adapt, and conform to the planned society in which there will be no conflict of attitudes and beliefs." The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization [UNESCO] complained that "before and child enters school his mind has already been profoundly marked, and often injuriously, by early influences" -most particularly by parents, of course, who are deemed hopelessly ignorant and insufficiently "world-minded." Parents are seen by the UNESCO as negative influences who tend to teach their children love for GOD and Country, which the UNESCO condemns as "infecting" the minds of children with "nationalism," "chauvenism," and "Sclerosis of the Mind". In 1953, Senator William Jenner [R-Ind], Chairman of the Senate Internal Security SubCommittee bravely attacked the UNESCO subversion challenging his colleagues: "How many of you Senators know what the UN is doing to change teaching of the children in your own hometown? The UN is at work there, every day and night, changing the teachers, changing the teaching materials, changing the very words and tones - changing all the essential ideas which we imagine our schools are teaching our young folks. How in the name of Heavan are we to sit here, approve these programs, appropriate our own people's money - for such outragious "orientation" of our own children, and of the men and women who teach our children, in this nation's schools?" Some of the one-worlders were audacious and zealous enough to admit the subversive agenda of the UNESCO, though they praised it as a necessary and righteous subversion. Such was the case in the Saturday Review in 1952 editorial declaring: "If the UNESCO is attacked on the grounds that it is helping to prepare the world's peoples for world government, then it is an error to burst forth with appologetic statements and denials. Let us face it: the job of the UNESCO is to help create and promote the elements of world citizenship. When faced with such "Charge," let us by all means affirm it from the housetops."
THE CLIMATE OF FREEDOM, Editorial, Saturday Review, July 19, 1952.