BILL GATES AND HIS LATEST UNSETTLING EXPERIMENT

Jun 11, 2012 by

*Please do not miss the list posted at the end of this page in which I have compiled the names of some of those who have been courageous enough to take a stand against Bill Gates and the Obama administration’s takeover of our nation’s public schools.

 

“Bill Gates and His Latest Unsettling Experiment”

by Donna Garner

6.11.12

 

Because I know the following is going to sound like some science fiction horror movie, let me assure you that this is real.

 

The latest experiment from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (B&MGF) is an electronic sensor on students’ bodies that would measure their electrodermal excitement to their teachers’ lessons.

 

The B&MGF has awarded Clemson University a $498,055 grant to study this sensor as a possible way to evaluate the effectiveness of teachers.

 

Bill and Melinda Gates have already colluded with the Obama administration to “force feed” the Common Core Standards onto the public schools of our nation. Now 46 states have committed to the Common Core Standards with its national curriculum, national assessments, national teacher evaluations, and national database (undoubtedly supplied by Microsoft).

 

At every turn and in every possible way, the Gates (along with Warren Buffett’s initial gift of $1.5 Billion of Berkshire Hathaway stocks) have worked together with U. S. Sect. of Ed. Arne Duncan to “buy out” almost every organization, individual, group, foundation, and agency that might have questioned the legitimacy and legality of the over-reaching of the Obama administration to take over America’s public schools. Needless to say, most of the news media has been complicit in the deception.

 

The concern that every parent in these 46 states should have is that the B&MGF with its heavy involvement in the Common Core Standards will now be influencing the way every public school student thinks.

 

 

Are these same parents also going to approve in the near future of having their students wired with electronic bracelets to transmit their emotional responses?

 

To: Clemson University
Purpose: to work with members of the Measuring Effective Teachers (MET) team to measure engagement physiologically with Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) bracelets which will determine the feasibility and utility of using such devices regularly in schools with students and teachers [emphasis added]
Amount: $498,055

 

The Affectiva Q Sensor is a wearable, wireless biosensor that measures emotional arousal via skin conductance, a form of electrodermal activity that grows higher during states such as excitement, attention or anxiety and lower during states such as boredom or relaxation.

 

Put a Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) bracelet on every kid in the class and you can measure teacher effectiveness in keeping their attention.

 

The B&MGF also gave another grant for $621,285 to the National Commission on Time & Learning to study the electronic bracelet and MRI’s for children. http://www.gatesfoundation.org/grants-2011/pages/national-center-on-time-learning-inc-opp1028976.aspx

 

As Diane Ravitch stated yesterday in her blog:

 

These bracelets as I understand it, would be worn by students to measure how engaged they are, how bored they are, how they respond to their teachers. If they are bored, it won’t look good for the teacher. If students show a high level of engagement, the teacher will get credit. The teachers too will wear the bracelet, to find out how engaged or bored they are. If this technology works, it will provide a foolproof tool for teacher evaluation. Or that’s the idea behind it.

 

I’m sorry. I think this is madness…This stuff crosses the line from legitimate research to investing in technologies to control and manipulate people by monitoring their emotions. Have these people ever heard of rights to privacy? Does this GSR bracelet and MRI constitute some sort of emotional hacking?

 

Please go to the following two links to read more about this technology. Also, be sure to read the comments posted at the end of Diane Ravitch’s blog where more links to other examples of B&MGF’s disturbing agenda are posted:

 

6.8.12 – “Is Melinda Gates Right?” – by Susan O’Hanian — http://susanohanian.org/outrage_fetch.php?id=1321

 

6.9.12 – “Just When You Thought It Couldn’t Get Crazier…” — by Diane Ravitch — http://dianeravitch.net/2012/06/09/just-when-you-thought-it-couldnt-get-crazier/

 

 

 

B&MGF is involved in nefarious experimental projects such as the genetic altering of food for Africa, cloud whitening experiments to mitigate the effects of global warming, putting teenagers to work in Chinese Microsoft factories for 15 hour shifts 6 to 7 days a week, (http://www.globallabourrights.org/reports?id=0034), human drug testing in Africa, human mind control experiments, nonsurgical sterilization using nonhuman primates, population control, and other dangerous experiments using human beings. .

 

 

 

LIST OF COURAGEOUS VOICES

 

Not everyone has been co-opted by the B&MGF and its powerful foundation. A few have tried to wake up the American people to the Obama administration’s takeover of our nation’s public schools.

 

At the risk of leaving out courageous people and/or organizations, I have put together a list of some of those who have taken a public stand against the Common Core Standards. These people deserve praise for their gallant attempts to fight for America’s public school children:

 

Pioneer Institute, Tex. Gov. Rick Perry, Tex. Comm. of Ed. Robert Scott, U. S. Congressman John Kline and his Education and Workforce Committee, Jenni White of Restore Oklahoma Public Education, Sandra Stotsky, Ze’ev Wurman, Bill Evers, Jim Stergios, Jamie Glass, Eagle Forum, Phyllis Schlafly, Diana Crews of City on a Hill, Betty Peters, Diane Kepus, Karen Schoen, Oak Norton and Utahns Against Common Core Standards.com, Heritage Foundation, Wall Street Journal, Jim Milgram, Niki Hayes, Laurie Rogers, Doug Lasken, Ann Marie Banfield, Kto16, Lou Campomenosi, Jimmy Kilpatrick/EducationViews.org, Henry Burke, Martha Schwartz, Dr. Walt Chappell, Elois Zeanah, Todd Webster, Alice Linahan, Texas State Board of Education, Dan Dempsey, Eunie Smith, Ann McKinney, Phillip Bowers, Richard Innes, Laura Kostial, Peyton Wolcott, Merry Lynn Gerstenschlager, Norma Jeter, Jill Gladstone, Peggy Littleton, Marilyn Reed, Catherine Gewertz of Education Week, and Donna Garner

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