What you are about to discover should rock you to your foundations, if you excuse the pun. Anyone who has even casually read this blog is probably somewhat on my page regarding the extent of social engineering, but if you are not familiar with this topic I assure you even the most cynical of observers will find it hard not to be shocked by the limited investigation government has actually done into trying to establish the nature and extent of influence of powerful globalist bankers in the content and tone of the United States education system, which prevails now in many parts of the neoliberal world order and extends beyond curriculum to identity politics and issues such as climate change.
In 1952 a little known Select Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations and Comparable Organizations was an investigative committee of the United States House of Representatives between 1952 and 1954. The committee was originally created by House Resolution 561 during the 82nd Congress. The committee investigated the use of funds by tax-exempt organizations (non-profit organizations) The committee was known as the Reece Committee after its chairman, B. Carroll Reece.
Here is the sanitized Wikipedia entry which I don't recommend
United States House Select Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations and Comparable Organizations
The alarming conclusions of this shocking report were squashed. Thank god for Edward Griffith, the highly regarded author of "The Creature from Jekyll Island" where he exposed the establishment of the Federal Reserve Bank. In this interview, we finally find out. The interview is with Director Of Research Norman Dodd who headed the commission and gave it its name "The Dodd Report" shortly before he died. Its a lengthy interview, if you are pressed for time listen to the introduction for the first minute and from 28 minutes where he explains how the education curriculum for schools and universities and colleges were set up and the facts changed to suit the agenda of elite globalist bankers like the Rockefeller Foundation, Guggenheim Foundation, the Carnegie Foundation and others and also covers issues such as the capture of the apparatus of state.
Here is the full report, I am very thankful for archives.org, they have helped me find rare official documents before.
Here is a link for PDF format download: