Dr. Duke Pesta is joined by Daniel Natal, a Business Ethics teacher, to discuss problems with modern education. Natal tells us that children are being taught what to think instead of how to think. Standards are being lowered to be more "inclusive". The education system is also discombobulating its students with contradictory information, giving them behavioral disorganization - or as Natal calls it, synthetic insanity.
Walter Cronkite said it best, "The media is not there to reflect public opinion; it's there to shape it." Daniel Natal talks with Dr. Duke about this and also discusses how we are moving into a technocracy. Citizens are surrounded with certain narratives that will, according to the technocrats, shape and inform their behaviors.