Basically, this site can be looked at one of two ways: either it can be viewed as a means of education for survival, and be appraised for it, or it can be seen as a paranoid education forum that acts as some sort of a safety blanket to it’s viewers who are scared of disease, the government, and bioterrorism. I stumbled upon this site when researching the “New World Order,” which is popular with today’s youth because of the “Illuminati.” (To prove I actually learned something – I learned that there’s a book out there called Conspirator’s Heirarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300, that states that, “A One World Government and one-unit monetary system, under permanent non-elected hereditary oligarchists who self-select from among their numbers in the form of a feudal system as it was in the Middle Ages. In this One World entity, population will be limited by restrictions on the number of children per family, diseases, wars, famines, until 1 billion people who are useful to the ruling class, in areas which will be strictly and clearly defined, remain as the total world population.
There will be no middle class, only rulers and the servants. All laws will be uniform under a legal system of world courts practicing the same unified code of laws, backed up by a One World Government police force and a One World unified military to enforce laws in all former countries where no national boundaries shall exist. The system will be on the basis of a welfare state; those who are obedient and subservient to the One World Government will be rewarded with the means to live; those who are rebellious will simple be starved to death or be declared outlaws, thus a target for anyone who wishes to kill them. Privately owned firearms or weapons of any kind will be prohibited.”) As it turns out, the conspiracy theory is real – but only as far as it is a theory! Who is to say?
The editor of this site says that you should print out the pages for survival – granted that your hard drive, this website, or the Internet will even be available in the future. Perhaps to make the information appear more humble?
The site covers multiple subjects that I have never heard of – but certainly peaked my interest. From ‘peak oil’ to depleted uranium, to sylphs and chemtrails – there is apparently a whole world of information I did not even knew existed – or that people even cared for. Half of the things listed I have never heard of. Yet, the site has traffic of a global rank of 64,629 – meaning that only 64,629 other websites rank above this one on what is most visited. So are people really buying into the information given by educate-yourself?
According to Alexa, the viewers are mainly between the ages of forty-five to the elderly (sixty-five or older.) Most of the viewers have little to no education, no kids, and the site is also prone to traffic in more men than women – however, there’s a substantially equal amount of viewers in regards to sex.
And of course, some of the stuff on educate-yourself.org has already been debunked by professionals in their respective fields. The problem with educate-yourself.org is that people aren’t truly educating themselves if they’re only getting information from that one website. So educate yourself and don’t take anything as truth without researching behind even your own research. Take everything with a grain of salt.