You have no right to complain about what is “wrong with the world” and why “people are so stupid” with such a childish lack of precision and historical knowledge after listening to this simple and straight-forward Canadian interview with the famous educator John Taylor Gatto.

This streaming-audio interview coupled with “Noam Chomsky: Propaganda and Control of the Public Mind” should be enough to remove many of the “mysteries” in modern life. Whether you agree or disagree with the content of these two presentations, the certainty here is that you will be more precise with whatever you plan to talk about outside of the realm trivial conversation. Yes, dude, help can be presumptuous and unwelcome but we’re glad to help.

My insults here would not have been possible without the help of radio free school. Sample their Blog post “Glorious Gatto!” Also, Mr. Gatto preserves the writing that placed him on the world stage in “I Quit, I Think.”


Words and Flow by . . . . . . . John Taylor Gatto
Audio Production by . . . . . . . Beatrice Ekoko, Randy Kay (radio free school)

Interactive and Visual Design by . . . . . . . Bryan Wilhite

Streaming Audio Engineering by . . . . . . . Bryan Wilhite