If you watched Glenn Beck's program on Fox News yesterday, you may have seen footage from a video by Annie Leonard, founder of the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives and "American critic of excessive consumerism." The video, entitled The Story of Stuff, was sent to Beck by a viewer who said his children had watched it in class at school.
I was startled by the snippets of footage Beck showed, but it turns out that full video gets much, MUCH worse...
You may have also noticed who made this video: the Soros-funded Tides Foundation--which, in turn, provides support to the Apollo Alliance. The Tides Foundation also receives funding from Wade Rathke, co-founder of both ACORN and SEIU. Hm. Interesting.
Parents: PAY ATTENTION to what your children are "learning" in school today and be ready to explain the truth behind the heavily slanted, purposefully misleading and often flat-out false information presented in "educational" tools like this.
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