Tuesday, November 30, 2010

NYC-SMOM Mayor Bloomberg Supports Jesuitical Education

Rome's Learning Against Learning
via Hearst Communications' Cathie Black
founded by SMOM William Randolf Hearst


NYC's Mayor Bloomberg is being widely criticized for selecting Cathie Black as Chancellor of the NYC Public School System; the criticism centers around her supposed lack of background in education.

This is correct regarding public schools, but not the broader profession of education, given her resume as serving as the head of Hearst Communications' from their web-site bio:

With a best-selling book drawing on her four decades in the media business, Cathie Black—dubbed "The First Lady of American Magazines" and "one of the leading figures in American publishing over the past two decades" by the Financial Times—heads Hearst Magazines, a division of Hearst Corporation and one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines. For 15 years, first as president and now as chairman, she has managed the financial performance and development of some of the industry's best-known titles: Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Good Housekeeping, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, O, The Oprah Magazine, Popular Mechanics, Redbook, and Town & Country—14 magazines in all. She also oversees nearly 200 international editions of those magazines in more than 100 countries. At Hearst Magazines, aggressive international development worldwide as well as significant digital expansion are two key priority areas for Black.

Her book, BASIC BLACK: The Essential Guide for Getting Ahead at Work (and in Life) www.cathieblack.com, explains how she achieved "the 360° life"—a blend of professional accomplishment and personal contentment—and how women can seize opportunity in the workplace. "BASIC BLACK," now in its eighth printing (166,000 copies), reached No. 1 on the Wall Street Journal Business Books list (Nov. 6, 2007) and Business Week best-seller list (Jan. 3, 2008), and No. 3 on the New York Times Business Books List (Nov. 11, 2007). The book has been licensed for translated editions in 12 countries including China, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Russia, Korea, Poland, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Romania and Croatia. The paperback edition debuted Sept. 9, 2008. It is published by Crown Business, an imprint of Random House.

BASIC BLACK is both practical and motivational. Black offers case studies; "black-and-white" tips; and invaluable lessons about ambition, self- confidence, and risk, illustrated by candid, funny personal stories and with insights into media and business giants like Rupert Murdoch, Oprah Winfrey, Gloria Steinem, Francis Ford Coppola, Harvey Weinstein, and Al Neuharth.

Having begun her career in advertising sales with several magazines, including Holiday and Ms., she made publishing history in 1979 when she became the first woman publisher of a weekly consumer magazine: New York.

Black is widely credited for the success of USA Today, where for eight years starting in 1983, she was first president, then publisher, as well as a board member and executive vice president/marketing of Gannett, its parent company. In 1991 she became president and CEO of the Newspaper Association of America, the industry's largest trade group, where she served for five years before joining Hearst.

She serves as a member of the boards of IBM and the Coca-Cola Company, and held a two-year term (1999-2001) as chairman of the Magazine Publishers of America. She is also a board member of the Advertising Council, a trustee of The University of Notre Dame and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Black is included on Forbes magazine's list of "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women." She has also been included on Fortune magazine's "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" list and Crain's list of New York City's "100 Most Influential Women in Business."

Black is a graduate of Trinity College, Washington, D.C., and holds nine honorary degrees.

She's being pushed by a line up of big names, including Mayor Bloomber's three immediate predessssors Rudolf Guiliani, David Dinkins, and Edward Koch, and the tv talk show host Oprah Windfrey

So why are the elites pushing her so hard? According to Mayor Bloomberg:
"I have thought of Cathie Black someone I have known for a long time." "I could check in terms of what she's really done, what people have thought about her during her whole career. The check was reletively easy because they happen to be people that I know."

Lost in all of the criticism is her experiance with education via the field of PUBLISHING- expressed through her high level positions since at least the early 1970s with Ms. Magazine and later with USA Today and Hearst Communications.

Do not forget William Randolf Hearst and is role in shaping people's perceptions- and in doing so to the advantage of Rome.

Hearst was a master of that dubious form of 'education' otherwise known as yellow journalism', who through his publishing empire used such to get people not to think but rather react. Often this was for inducing people to support or aquiesce to various wars. Via such yellow journalism, Hearst helped engender the Spanish American War, the U.S. entry into the 'Great War' (WW1- or otherwise Act 1 of Wlodimir Ledochowski's 2nd 30 Year Counter Reformation War), and of course the cigarette - pharamecutical market protectionism inquisition -- the 'drug war', via his demonification of alternative substances. Accordingly:

William Randolf Hearst, Lammont Dupont, Henry J. Anslinger, and hemp

What is hemp?

Hemp is the non-drug variety of the plant Cannabis sativa L.

It is an annual herbaceous plant that can grow to a height of one to five meters in a 120 day growing season. it can be grown in all 50 states without pesticides or herbicides. Currently it is cultivated in more than 30 countries not including the United States.

A brief history of hemp.

The hemp plant is the most versatile crop in the entire plant kingdom.

Our country was founded on hemp. George Washington was the largest hemp farmer in he world during the late 1700's. Thomas Jefferson called on farmers to "plant hemp seed, not tobacco". In fact, hemp was legal tender for almost 200 years in the United States. That's right, you could even pay your taxes with hemp! In the late 1800's hemp production slipped due to a lack of processing technology; paper production began using cheaper trees and cotton. From 1901 to 1937, the U.S. Department of Agriculture repeatedly predicted that once machinery capable of harvesting, stripping, and separating hemp fiber was engineered, hemp production would again be America's number one cash crop.

Then, in a February 1938 article entitled New Billion Dollar Crop, Popular Mechanics magazine reported on the new hemp harvesting technology being developed by International Harvester. But some people had plans to make this plant illegal for farmers to cultivate.

Who made the hemp crop illegal?

Three men, Henry J. Anslinger, Lammont DuPont, and William Randolph Hearst, made growing hemp illegal. Anslinger was the head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. DuPont and Hearst were the owners of the largest chemical company and newspaper, respectively.

Why would these men want hemp made illegal?

Trees had become the number one paper source during this time.

Hearst, in addition to owning a nationwide chain of newspapers, also owned every bit of timber used to make them. The new threat of cheap hemp meant that trees would no longer be the cheapest source of paper. DuPont had patented the process for producing synthetic nylon from oil and coal as well as a new improved sulfate process to make paper from wood pulp. If DuPont would have had to compete against environmentally-friendly hemp products, his business would have

How did they make hemp illegal?

Hearst began printing outlandish stories with headlines such as "Marijuana goads user to blood lust" and "Hotel clerk identifies Marijuana smoker as gunman". He also took advantage of the country's prejudice against blacks and immigrants by printing that marijuana-crazed negroes were raping white women and by painting pictures of lazy, pot-smoking Mexicans. DuPont's banker Andrew Mellon happened to be Secretary of the Treasury under Herbert Hoover. Mellon also had a nephew-in-law, Henry Anslinger, who had the Marijuana Tax Law of 1937 passed. When asked what this meant for industrial hemp farmers, Anslinger flatly declared "They can continue to raise hemp just as they have always done it. It makes very fine cordage and this legislation exempts the mature stalk when it is grown for hemp purposes." However, due to the overall similarity in appearance between hemp and marijuana, the entire Cannabis family was made illegal. Hemp made a brief resurgence during World War II after Japan cut of supplies for raw fibers. The U.S. Department of Agriculture released the short film Hemp For Victory encouraging all farmers to grow hemp for the war effort. However, it went back to its illegal standing after the war.

The example of Marijuanna shows how Hearst stood against truth as a consumate liar for the powers that be, demonifying this safe and useful herb at the time of the greatest explosion in the sales of addictive and reletively useless Virginia Bright Leaf cigarettes (ultimately adulterated with UNlabeled additives to increase consumption!), stands alongside the strange treatment by much of the English language MSM towards the Germany's- that is the 1871-1918 KaiserReich, IOW the 2nd Reich, with the 1933-1945 3rd Reich of the Furher Adolf Hitler.

Such a disparate treatment of these two Reichs and their political heads, depicting Hitler as a gentleman, yet all the while earlier vilifying the Kaiser and the Kaiser Reich's founder Otto Von Bismarck made no sense, gven their reletive records. It was Bismarck and his Prussia that introduced social legislation and granted emancipation to Jewish peoples, while later protecting such in the areas of their military occupation of eastern Europe frm 1915-1918; yet the 3rd Reich would initiate anti-Jewish legislation by 1935 and later WW2 with its targeting peoples for extermination (while persuing other strategies with akin results).

This seemingly illogical treatment and portrayals of the 2nd and 3rd Reichs -- the opposite of what it should have been -- makes sense when considered in the context of the ruling Romish-Masonic ruling class and its evermore consolidation of power via its networksing of infiltrations of society through its empire of religious and fraternal order- of which Hearst was close with Vatican hierarchy having had numerous dinners with such officials in regalia at his castle, as a 'knight' of the Sovereign Military and Hospitaler Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta, known also as the Sovereign Military Order of Malta- the Knights of Malta.

William Randolph Hearst

Considered in this broader context, the appointment of Cathie Black makes perfect sense as part of the ancient regime's continuing counter reformation's emphasis upon education displayed by its Jesuit Order of Ignatius Loyola. After all how do we end up with things as 'historians' insistng that Europes last great religious war ended in 1648, and other such referorances to the counter reformation strictly in the past tense?

You end up with such with a ancient regime adept at screwing over the many while getting them to not even realize it.

Tupper Saussy just begms to touch upon this in his book Rulers of Evil.



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