Haim posted Dec 27, 2012 9:36 AM (GSC's remarks follow): > Wayne Bishop Posted: Dec 26, 2012 1:19 PM > > >I have to agree with GSC on the one if, indeed, Haim > > >actually used the word "conspiracy". > > What a strange conspiracy it must be if one can > can read about it in the NY Times and in the > professional literature, and hear about it in > congressional testimony. What kind of conspiracy is > enacted into law? Is "No Child Left Behind" a > conspiracy? Is the educational policy of > multiculturalism a conspiracy? Is affirmative action > a conspiracy? > > Public education is an institution. It has > has training facilities for its staffs, accrediting > agencies, and administrators. It is governed by laws > and supported by taxes. Yet the people who bandy the > word "conspiracy" deny even that the institution has > a leadership (which I rather unkindly call the > Education Mafia). > > The idea that I am writing about a conspiracy is > is so evidently preposterous that one can only be > baffled by the people who make the assertion, and one > can only assume the worst about them. Either they > are malicious or they fail to understand the plain > meaning of their own words. Frankly, I really do not > know which is the case. > > Haim > No representation without taxation. > See http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=2422677.
I assert that you HAVE claimed (either in so many words or by implication) that there is a gigantic conspiracy by the 'Education Mafia' to damage US public school education (obviously for their own evil purposes). I am not about to search your postings to point you there. I ALSO assert that I know full well the plain (and/or any other meaning) of my words.