Well, I got a 21 out of 30 as a result which is the worst mark in my class and I was hoping to get at least 24 out of 30 or more! Wow, the teacher said that my subject about money is misleading and the vocabularies don’t match with the subject! Are you kidding me? How does “Unite of Account”, “Medium of Exchange” and Preservation of Value” don’t match with the subject money when it actually does. One person asked me why the dollar isn’t money, explained that it loses value by inflation, another asked me that if the dollar is not money then what is it, told that it’s a currency and finally, another person asked me what is inflation, explained that when the offer of the dollar is too high, it loses purchasing power which it makes price of goods and services go high. I was able to keep my fact that the dollar is not money even after everyone questioned me and no one was able to argue with me that the dollar is money but I still got a low mark. AGXIIK was right “…you risk blowing the teacher’s mind.”. I’m starting to think that my teacher got paid by the government to deduct points on my mark if I tell everyone the truth about money so that this way, everyone will think that my subject is misleading because I got the lowest mark! At least I’ve spread my words that the dollar is not money and gold and silver are the only money!
This just proves to yourself that not everything that is learned in school is fact. Don’t worry about your teacher & classmates because they are not aware of what’s going on. You are in the know, & at a young age well ahead of the game. I wish I had that knowledge when I was younger, it probably would have changed my outlook on life. All you can do is keep reading, researching, & understanding what’s going on around you. Good Luck Kid, God Bless
@JMAC5150 Talk about everything that is learned at school is not a fact, the reason why I did my presentation Wednesday and not on May 3rd is because I had two exams that came from the government so the teacher has to change the date. Guess what the exams were talking about, first one is about global warning and it’s consequence and the second one is about old relics such as the great wall of china, etc. I guess that the government is trying to blame me about global warming and He’s using the old relics exam to distracting me while He’s busy publishing laws that are against the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms. Seriously, this week, the government publish the law Bill 78 which lays out strict regulations
governing demonstrations of over 50 people, including having to give eight
hours’ notice for details such as the protest route, the duration and the time
at which they’re being held. What does it mean? This law suspends the freedom to association, express and protest, without
sufficient reason which is against the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms! One more reason why I shouldn’t accept the government’s bogus paper called Canadian dollar.
@SilverDuder They will figure it out the day that the government becomes a total dictator but it’ll be too late cause most people won’t be prepared. They’ll close the borders so that no one will be able to flee. I don’t know where people in the USA who were prepared will be hiding if the USA border is closed but I know that the Canadian people will hide in northern Canada cause over there, there are a lot of resource that are still untouched and there aren’t a lot of people. Also, that’s a good example showing the fact that even a child would have the real thing and not the paper. I might use that example to prove my point that we should all have gold and silver or other commodities rather than paper wealth.
Sumkid It looks a lot worse in Canada than I thought. Way too much propaganda. Being born in Victoria BC, my education was pretty decent given the level of teaching in the 1950′s and early 60′s But this government mandated curriculum and testing is dangerous.
It forces the Sheeples to memorize this dialectical substitute for real learning. In the colonies, aka the USSA, we call what you describe as ‘one, two, three strikes, and you’ll out’ Your teacher is a low grade shill for the brainwashing that now substitutes for learning. It’s one thing to not know that silver and gold are real money. I’d have given a student 30 out of 30 for original thinking to be able to see that subject for what it is.
But to go along with the global warming claptrap and demeaning the Great Wall of China as a relic are the last two strikes.
You obviously think for yourself. Don’t worry about grades. Schooling will be of little use to you since it’s become little more that a conduit for NWO bilge and collectivist clap trap. The educational system in the USSA is probably as bad.
Canadian governmental edicts regarding peaceful assemblies is really disturbing. Since Canadians have been largely disarmed since I was a kid (my family members were hunters) this bodes badly for the sheeples if the Maple Leaf militia tries to make some serious protests. The governments worldwide are arming against their citizens, calling it a war on terror. But I digress keep searching and stacking
PS Learn Spanish and Mandarin. There is a whole world from Acapulco to Tierra Del Fuego. Being able to speak fluently with the Chinese will be a real asset. What other languages do you speak. I detected a bit of an accent. French maybe?
@AGXIIK The latest and popular propaganda that I remember is about the government encouraging everyone to return their pennies to banks or giving them to charities. The government is saying that this is an wonderful opportunity to get rid of big jars of pennies and you can exchange them for dollar bills which it doesn’t take a lot of space. It’s really hard to imagine the future where everyone lives happy, freely, peacefully, etc. the way how the government is creating laws that are against the Constitution and the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms. I feel bad for the USA citizens cause on March 23 2013, everyone will have to wear RFID chips and I’m sure that Canada will follow the same way. I’ll move to another country if I’m forced to wear one of these and even if they still force me to put this chip, I’ll take a knife, I’ll cut and open my skin
to remove it, then destroy it, run away to the north of Canada and live like the
natives. If the chip is stuck in my arm and it’s very hard and painful to remove
it, I’ll stab my arm like hell until it comes out and I’ll do that in public so
that everyone may understand that freedom is more important than a simple arm that is in pain and bleeding! I know that it sounds disturbing but that’s how much I hate this chip and how I want to get rid of it. I might even invite other people who are against this chip and together, we’ll do that in public the day that the chip is introduced in Canada. And yes, I do speak French, more than English.
then another Romance language like Spanish should be easy. Remove the chip and put the extraction on youtube. the Nazis used tattoed numbers to inventory the Jews and others sent to the gas chambers. Being numbered with an RFID chip is not in my future either but I am a sissy about pain. I would numb it with some ice and then do a chip shot with a 9mm bullet and scoop out the chip. That should remove the offending electronics. A little colloidal silver and a good Israeli bandage, a gauze pad of Quik Clot embedded with silver and I should be good to go.
Welcome to the Club Sumkid. You have effectively taken yourself out of the Sheeple Club with your school presentation. Be taking the low score now, you actually score high in the future. Einstein was told he’d never amount to much and look now. Your teacher and classmates will want to look you up in a few years to ask your advice as the see the error of their ways. Sheep will follow the herd mentality and you have broken away from the herd. No cliff jumping for you.
@AGXIIK What if you miss the shot? I think that shooting your arm with a gun is a bad idea cause the bullet will destroy your bones and the broken bone may not heal.
@2 OZ They’ll already find out the truth in the future once inflation makes the dollar completely worthless. My advice won’t be useful for them in the future cause it’ll be already too late for them to realise. They’ll have to solve the consequences in the future but we won’t have to solve it cause we are prepared for it.
I read your post at the top of the forum. I know grades are important but there not everything. The grade the teacher gave is subjective, it’s an opinion another teacher may of had another opinion. You see? My opinion is you get 30 so there.
The fact that you looked past your education system. You researched on your own, finding truth and stating the facts is A+ in my book. Funny thing about the brain it takes in so much and stores it away. We do not even think about it, one day poof it’s there. What you did do in your presentation is plant a seed. Think back now some were a seed was planted in your brain to gain you interest to look into this in the first place. And You Did all on your own.
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