Australian National Review Founder Donates His Life Work at 21stCenturyU, to Help Raise Money to Fund Independent Media and to Educate Teenagers With Free Scholarships to Save Them From Being Infected by the “Woke Virus”, Pushed so Hard at Schools These Days
Twitter Post By Jamie McIntyre
Australian National Review Founder donates his life work at 21stCenturyU, to help raise money to fund Independent Media and to educate teenagers with free scholarships to save them from being infected by the “woke virus”, pushed so hard at schools these days.
I created a 21st Century Education,25 years ago as I knew back then that what was being taught at school was an indoctrination, not an education and I only achieved success in my life by unlearning what I learned at school and learning what’s necessary to excel. I give my best-selling book, “What I Didn’t Learn At School, But Wish I Had” (which exposed the Fed Reserve Banking scam back in 1999 and predicted many things that would happen decades in advance), and many online tutorials away for free plus thousands of teenage scholarships. For less than $100 a year, anyone can subscribe to access hundreds of hours of education that has transformed hundreds of thousands of lives and made my clients well over $5 billion dollars collectively.
Consider subscribing, and you’ll also get a Digital Subscription to the Australian National Review or subscribe to the Australian National Review and get all the above included for as little as $2 per week. Or simply donate $100 and donors receive these valuable subscriptions
Grab your free educational tools and books now, and if they resonate with you, become a donor or member, and for every adult who does, we donate a free teenage scholarship.
Schools also can use these materials free of charge, and many teachers have for years, to educate students, and my book has been in schools for over 2 decades now.