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Ein Eipo-Junge aus West-Neuguinea verspeist genüsslich ein großes Stück Schokolade aus den Früchten des Johannisbeerbaums. Seine jüngere Schwester möchte auch ein Stück davon haben. Sie quengelt, während er sich hartnäckig weigert, ihr etwas abzugeben. Sie fängt an zu weinen, ihr Bruder brüllt.
Aufgrund des Lärms kommt die Mutter herbeigeeilt. Sie erkennt die Geschwisterdynamik und die Lernchance. Schweigend nimmt sie dem Jungen das Stück Schokolade aus der Hand und dem Mund und bricht es in zwei Hälften.
Die Eipo-Mutter gibt ihrem Sohn die beiden Stücke Schokolade zurück, ohne ihn weiter zu instruieren. Der Junge hat nun zwei Teile in je einer Hand und steht vor der Wahl, was er mit beiden Leckerstücken in beiden Händen machen wird. Eine Hand füttert ihn, die andere kann (ab)geben.
Nach der mütterlichen Intervention und angesichts der neuen Gegebenheit entscheidet der Junge, seiner Schwester freiwillig ein Stück Schokolade zu geben. Sie nimmt und isst davon. Ihre Tränen sind schnell getrocknet.
| Quelle: |
► von Arno Gruen (1923-2015) deutsch-schweizerischer Psychologe, Psychoanalytiker, Zivilisationskritiker,
Schriftsteller, Der Verlust der Identität, YouTube Film, 56:58 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 3. November 2012
: Der österreichische Verhaltensforscher Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt (1928-2018) berichtete von einer Eipo-Mutter in West-Neuguinea (Indonesien), deren Erziehungsstil ihrem Sohn ermöglichte, die Kunst des Teilens zu erlernen. Minute 15:18
|See also: ► Educational dilemma – solved practically, creatively and intelligently|
Ein westlicher Anthropologe prüfte die Kinder eines afrikanischen Stammes mit einem neuen Spiel. Er stellte einen Korb voller Obst und Süßigkeiten unter einen Baum und schlug den Kindern einen Wettlauf vor, "Wer zuerst dort ist, gewinnt alle Leckereien im Korb." Kaum hatte er ihnen das Startsignal gegeben, fassten sich alle Kinder gegenseitig an den Händen. Dann rannten sie gemeinsam zum Baum, um dort die Belohnung miteinander zu verspeisen.
Der verdutzte Wissenschaftler fragte die Kinder: "Weshalb seid ihr zusammen losgelaufen, wo doch jeder die Chance hatte, die Süßigkeiten für sich allein zu gewinnen?"
Ein Mädchen antwortete ihm gelassen: "Ubuntu. Wie kann einer von uns froh sein, wenn alle anderen traurig sind?"
| References: |
► Article including videos The AGE of UBUNTU, presented by harisingh.com, undated
► Article 1 Plus 1 Equals 11, presented by harisingh.com, undated
► with Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) leading South African anti-apartheid activist, prisoner for 27 years during apartheid,
first black president of South Africa (1994-1999), Ubuntu told by Nelson Mandela, YouTube film, 1:37 minutes duration, posted
6. March 2012
|See also: ► Ubuntu – Shared humanity|
Former dumbing down agent turned whistleblower
Prophetic outlook from 1924
Challenging a president committing war crimes
Whitewashed gun meme circulating social media: "With guns, you can kill terrorists, with education you can kill terrorism."
Falsely attributed to:
Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire. William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) Irish poet, playwright, Nobel laureate in literature, 1923
Post-industrial capitalist societies are scapegoating their teachers.
Great Thinkers on Self-Education: John Taylor Gatto, selfmadescholar.com, Jamie, 31. March 2009
Enhancing women's education
Also cited in:
Blog entry Noam Chomsky: Perpetuating Brainwashing Under Freedom, presented by the Californian question-and-answer website Quora, Francisco Souza Homem de Mello, 31. March 2013
| Video references:|
► Animated movie The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America. The Leipzig Connection: Sabotage of the US Educational System, directed by
Paolo Lionni, YouTube film, 12:09 minutes duration, 16. November 2010
► Video interview with John Taylor Gatto johntaylorgatto.com (*1935) US American public school teacher in New York City, recipient
of the New York State Teacher of the Year award, author, presented by host Lennart Mogren, Swedish teacher, Sweden, March 2003,
☛ The Ultimate History Lesson – Full version[*] YouTube film, 34:09 minutes duration, posted 7. May 2011
☛ State Controlled Consciousness – Excerpt, YouTube film, 8:56 minutes duration, posted 27. May 2007
► Video excerpted from DVD One Nation Under Siege by Charlotte Iserbyt, US American whistleblower, senior policy advisor of the
Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education and president Ronald Reagan (1981-1984),
freelance writer, Deliberate Dumbing Down of the World, YouTube film, 9:36 minutes duration, posted 14. October 2006
| Written references: ► Article John Dewey Is a Fraud, presented by the US American conservative daily |
online magazine American Thinker, Bruce Deitrick Price, 1. October 2012
| See also: |
► Timeline of long-term mass mind control administered by the parallel government
► Personality types, parenting styles, historical-cultural-political manifestations – Lloyd deMause
► ⚡ Hidden history of the undercover rulers of the western civilization and the world
► Literature (engl.) – Brainwashing in the educational system
► Mind control and ► Control and ► Paradigm Shift
The term Ubuntu stems from Bantu, Zulu and Xhosa cultures. It expresses the African philosophy of humaneness. Translated it means "I am what I am because of who we all are."
A Western anthropologist proposed a game to the children in the African Xhosa tribe. He put a basket full of fruit and goodies near a tree and told the young folks that whoever got there first would win the basket. As soon as he finished commanding: "Ready, steady, go!," the children all took each others' hands and ran together. Arrived at the tree they sat down together enjoying their treats.
When the dumbfounded scientist asked them why they had run like they did as one could have had all the sweets for himself a little girl replied:
| Sources: |
► Article containing videos The AGE of UBUNTU, presented by harisingh.com, undated
► Article 1 Plus 1 Equals 11, presented by harisingh.com, undated
► Video interview with Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) leading South African anti-apartheid activist, prisoner for 27 years during apartheid, first
black president of South Africa (1994-1999), Ubuntu told by Nelson Mandela, YouTube film, 1:37 minutes duration, posted 6. March 2012
An Eipo boy from Western New Guinea eats a large piece of carob candy with relish. His younger sister also wants a piece of it. She whines while he stubbornly refuses to share a piece with her. She begins to cry, her brother screams.
Alarmed by the noise, the mother hurries along. Recognizing the sibling dynamics as well as the learning opportunity, she silently takes the piece of chocolate from the boy's hand and mouth and breaks it in two halves.
The Eipo mother returns the two pieces of chocolate to her son without instructing him any further. The boy now has two pieces in one hand each and is faced with the choice of what to do with both pieces of candy in both hands. One hand is feeding him, the other can give.
After the motherly intervention and in view of the new situation, the boy decides to voluntarily give his sister a piece of chocolate. She takes it and eats it. Her tears dry quickly.
| German source: |
► by Arno Gruen (1923-2015) German-Swiss psychologist, psychoanalyst, critic of civilization, author,
Der Verlust der Identität, YouTube film, 56:58 minutes duration, posted 3. November 2012
: The Austrian behavioural scientist Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt (1928-2018) reported of an Eipo mother in Western New Guinea (Indonesia) whose upbringing style enabled her son to learn the art of sharing. Minute 15:18
|Siehe auch: ► Pädagogisches Dilemma – praktisch-kreativ-intelligent gelöst|
At the beginning of the school year, the principal called three teachers into his office to inform them:
As a result of your teaching excellence over the last three or four years, we have come to the conclusion that you are the best teachers in this school. And as a special reward to you, we have identified three classes each with 30 of the brightest students in this school – the students with the highest IQs. And we're going to assign them to you to teach for the entire year.
We don't want to be accused of discrimination, so it's very important that you do not tell these children in any way that you know that they've been selected for a screened class. And second of all, we're not going to tell their parents, because we don't want to cause any difficulties there. I expect you to teach exactly the same way you normally do and use exactly the same curriculum, and I expect you to get very good results with these students.
At the end of the school year, these students led not only the school, but the entire school district in academic accomplishment.
Calling the three teachers into his office, the principal said:
Well, you've had a very good year.
Yes we have [...] it was so easy, replied the teachers. These children were so easy to teach. They were so eager to learn; it was such a pleasure to teach them.
Well, maybe I'd better tell you the truth, said the school principal.
This has been an experiment, and those 90 children were chosen out of the school population at random. When I assigned them to your class at the beginning of the year, I had no idea what their IQs were at all.
That's incredible! exclaimed the teachers.
But how could it be that they scored so high? They did so well. They got such good grades. Ah hah! Yes! It must be because we are such excellent teachers.
To which the principal said,
And I think I should also tell you the other side of the experiment. At the beginning of the school year, we put all the teachers' names in a hat, and yours were the first three names that were drawn.
The principal was Robert Rosenthal, the US American professor of psychology at the University of California, Riverside. He has studied the effect of teachers' expectations on students (known as the so called Pygmalion Effect) and took a special interest in the role of the self-fulfilling prophecy (coined by sociologist Robert K. Merton) in everyday life and in laboratory situations.
|See also: ► Moral corruption by the power of controlling others – Lord of the Flies effect|
1. Critical thinking and problem solving
Three fundamental responses to the environment: 1. Reptilian brain: Freeze response; 2. Mammalian brain: Fight-or-flight response; 3. Higher mammalian brain – given emotional safety: Social engagement response3
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Cultural dumbing down via standardized tests in the US school system; conformist education model adverse to critical thinking introduced by ⚡ John Dewey (1859-1952) US American founder of functional psychology, 'progressive' pseudo educational and social reformer, philosopher, early developer of the philosophy of pragmatism, student of Wilhelm Wundt, M.D. [Father of experimental psychology] (1832-1920) German physician, physiologist, professor of mechanistic psychology, founding figure of modern psychology, philosopher
2 The families related to the Committee of 300 include such notable names as Agnelli, Balliol, Beale, Bell, Bouvier, Bush, Cameron, Campbell, Carnegie, Carrington, Coolidge, Delano, Douglas, Ford, Gardner, Graham, Hamilton, Harriman, Heinz, Huxley, Kuhn, Lindsay, Loeb, Mellon, Montgomery, Morgan, Norman, Oppenheimer, Rhodes, Roosevelt, Russell, Savoy, Schiff, Seton, Spencer, Stewart/Stuart, Taft, and Wilson. ⇑