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Lost Arts Radio Show #198 - Special Guest Dayna Martin

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I remember clearly going to elementary school and not liking it, even though I was super-interested in all the subjects we were being taught. As I progressed through the "educational" system, through high school, college and graduate school, I found out that the conflict between learning and being in school just got worse. In the last stages of the system, doctors memorize things like vaccines are safe and effective and drugs can make you healthy, and they think they "know" that. PhD graduates memorize things like government and experts have to make all the major decisions in people's lives, because the general public is not capable of living their own lives or really having freedom, and these "experts" also think they know that. So the end goal, a totally controlled society, justifies the means, which is tyranny.

The kind of educational system that produces this kind of attitude turns out specialized experts that have lost their ability to see the context and implications of what they are thinking and doing. They are perfectly suited to take their place in society, in a good-paying job with lots of prestige, not understanding the damage they are doing, helping to destroy the world.

There are some people who think beyond this suicidal paradigm of fake education which is really just programmed brainwashing. One of those visionary leaders is Dayna Martin. Dayna was on Lost Arts Radio in 2015, and has done a lot of important work since that time. Maybe you are just now hearing about "unschooling" for the first time, and are curious to know what it is, and if it could really help your kids and you. This is your chance to learn from one of the best sources on the planet, and Dayna will be here to share what she has learned as the pioneer in this field. The reality of unschooling is exciting and capable of producing major change in the world.

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