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Education reform and indoctrination programs ramp-up in America as Brooklyn High School and students are selected for first beta test.

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 25: U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at the Pathways in Technology Early College High School in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn on October 25, 2013 in New York City. President Obama had mentioned the school in a part of Brooklyn that’s struggled with poverty and violence during his State of the Union address in February. While in New York Obama will also attend events to raise money for the Democratic National Committee and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 25: U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at the Pathways in Technology Early College High School in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn on October 25, 2013 in New York City. President Obama had mentioned the school in a part of Brooklyn that’s struggled with poverty and violence during his State of the Union address in February. While in New York Obama will also attend events to raise money for the Democratic National Committee and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Friday, President Barack Obama and a select group of figureheads including IBM executives, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Sen. Chuck Schumer, and New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg, gathered at Brooklyn High School to push globalized education and reform onto the youngsters.

Obama started out the speech well, getting the crowd behind the propaganda he was spewing using common bonds to draw the audience in. Obama even stated that he landed “Marine One” in “Prospect Park”, explaining that he himself previously lived across from the park back in the day. Obama also made mention of how cool the principle of the school is, taking note of his “dreadlocks” and “yellow kicks” grabbing some cheers from the crowd. Obama also alluded to how Brooklyn has recently been “blowing up” saying that when he used to live in the city it was “cool, but not this cool”, referring to the Barkley Center and other attractions.

“The American people work hard and they try to do right day in and day out”, Obama stated, continuing on to say how “we all need to work together”. He went on to point out how the world is a different place now, pointing out the significance of education as competition is stiff in this “21st century global economy”. This very same rhetoric is being echoed in schools across the nation as I myself sat in on a recent elementary school orientation in Maui, Hawaii, in which the teacher went on to talk about the stiff competition our students face from foreign countries like China.

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