This kind of "Education For All" leads to global socialism, not to the kind of freedom the American republic has offered its people from around the world. It breeds intolerance and religious persecution, not respect and religious freedom. It produces a pliable workforce that can easily be manipulated, not individuals who stay true to their conscience.  It follows the blueprint of Soviet indoctrination, which should come as no surprise considering the secretive Soviet-American educational exchange agreements led by the Carnegie Foundation during the eighties.[38]  It aims to destroy everything that Americans once called "good."


Listen to this warning from Dr. Thomas Sowell, Senior Fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. In his review of Friedrich Hayek's expose of socialism, Road to Serfdom, he writes,


"At the heart of the socialist vision is the notion that a compassionate society can create more humane living conditions for all through government 'planning' and control of the economy....


"The rule of law, on which freedom itself ultimately depends, is inherently incompatible with socialism. People who are free to do as they wish will not do as the economic planners wish. Differences in values and priories are enough to ensure that. These differences must be ironed out by propaganda or power, if socialism is to be socialism. Indoctrination must be part of the program, not because socialist want to be brainwashers, but because socialism requires brainwashing.


"Idealist socialist create systems in which idealist are almost certain to lose and be superseded by those whose drive for power, and ruthlessness in achieving it, make them the 'fittest' to survive under a system where government power is the ultimate prize.... The issue is not what anyone intends but what consequences are in fact likely to follow."[39]


In this article, aptly titled "A Road to Hell Paved with Good Intentions," Sowell points out that "Marxism as an ideal continues to flourish on American college campuses, as perhaps nowhere else in the world." Collectivist visions appeal to academic idealists and others who ignore the lessons of history.


Others know well what communism proved: that central controls lead to tyranny and poverty, not peace and equality.  Yet, our lawmakers continue to pave the path to lifelong management of our children while raising the promise of "local control" as a smokescreen to pacify concerned parents.[40]  Chapter 7 explains how the planned "community" will heed state, national, and global directives, not local parents.