Dutch Publication Praises ‘Expertly Written’ New Book By Alex Newman

Originally published by In School We Trust.

The following article was published in the Netherlands praising Alex Newman’s hit new book, Indoctrinating Our Children to Death: Government Schools’ War On Faith, Family, & Freedom–And How to Stop It.

There is a lot to be said about Dutch education.
Another angle is to look at what is happening in American education.
After all, innovations often first take place in America.

Last January 2024, a new English book was published about the influence of national and international educational innovations on American education.
The book has a spicy title: ‘Indoctrinating Our Children to Death: Government Schools’ War on Faith, Family, & Freedom – and How to Stop it’.

It is a detailed and expertly written book that explains many educational innovations that have already begun in the Netherlands. It was written by American journalist Alex Newman.

Listing at www.amazon.com:
The following explanation can be found on the Amazon.com website:

“Building on more than a decade of research and investigation into the indoctrination, sexualization, and “dumbing down” of children, Alex Newman documents the untold history behind public education and its founders like no one has ever done before.

Among other bombs, the book proves that the system is not “broken”, but actually works well if you look at the goals of the architects. These goals include turning Americans away from God, fundamentally changing the nation from its constitutional foundations, and much more.

Using primary documentation, interviews and insights from leading experts, Newman not only diagnoses the problem but also offers real solutions that are long overdue.”

Current outline of developments in American education
The content provides an up-to-date overview of the developments that are also mentioned in the Dutch book ‘In School We Trust’. Alex Newman’s new book actually goes into great detail about a chart of international educational innovations in ‘In School We Trust’.

The book is highly recommended. It is for anyone who wants a detailed insight into what may be in store for Dutch education.

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