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On the Youth of America
Youth Innovative Business Environment Training
Did you ever sit on an Army Tank. When you go to an Air Show you will not only see airplanes, you will see many different types of Army Vehicles and Army Tanks. The great thing about it is that you get to climb on this tremendous machine. Kids, Adults, Civilians, it doesn't matter, everyone gets to take part in the Air Show in one way or the other. Everyone has a true blast, no not out of that cannot, but they all have a real good time and learn at the same time. This is the whole point, make the idea of learning to be the idea of having a good time.
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Aircraft Company in 1980. This is the place that I worked in the last part
of the 70's and the first part of the 80's. This was the best job that I
have ever had and one of the best crews that I have ever worked with.
Exhibit Added 1 Sep 2004
Working with people is what we all need to do.
Every man is a man regardless of where he grew up and what he was taught.
Every woman is a person too, no matter where she has come from or what she was also taught.
Take a look at our TV sets today. Listen to the music that our kids are listening to today. Almost nothing has morality or has educational value. In fact, most programs and songs teach disrespect, hate, violence, and sexual immortality. On the streets there is violence, danger and drugs. Education is being taught as being un-cool. Being cool is to be a foul mouth tough guy who is heavily involved in drugs. This is all negative feedback that is being pushed onto our society by both inside and outside forces, plus buy the copycats who are making money or just trying to be someone cool themselves.
We have our troops fighting terrorism overseas, but how are we fighting terrorism right here in the United States? It's sort of like how are we going to get the splinter out of someone else's eye, when we can't even get the log out of our own eye! We need to start fighting the violence right here in America. We need to fight the drugs and everything that is causing our problems right here at home. This is why the Y-I-BET on the Youth of America Program was formed to begin with. This program was created as a way for kids to learn things that they never even knew about before. It teaches that there is a standard way to make your life richer and better. With the high intensity activities combined with variety and spaced repetition, the psychological impact on these kids will be moved in a totally positive direction, pointing the kids in the right way to give them their very best start in life.
When I took a course in fire fighting, while in the US Navy, they said, "don't spray the flames, spray the source of the fire." Our police are seeing a higher and higher crime rate in our country and they are doing everything that they can to stop the crime and to protect all people. Even though their job is a necessary part of stopping crime, they are only spraying the flames but missing the source of the fire. The source of the fire is what we are teaching our kids. The negative feedback that our TV and Radio is showing to our kids is the programming of their minds and the condensation nuclei which will generate the way that they will react to any situation, as well as with the formation of their overall ideology. It is important to teach our kids not to have a foul mouth: To have education and technology as a hobby: and to do your fair share of work through both physical effort and an educational effort. "Work harder on yourself than you do the money, money is attracted and not pursued," as Ed Beckley once put it. But the benefits of this work on all parts of your life, not just on money.
With the Y-I-BET Program we are spraying our fire hoses directly at the source of the flames. We are replacing the street education with the ideas of learning by doing new things. We go to Air Shows, Races, Airports, Military Bases, Museums or just for a walk through the country. We have found that it's not only the kids that need to be trained, but it's the parents that need training too. Education and self improvement must be a way of life being incorporated into the form of our pleasures and entertainment. Read through the following pages and look at what we have done throughout the years for the betterment of our people, community and country. Thank you very much, C. Jeff Dyrek, Webmaster. www.YellowAirplane.com
Read this Article, by C. Jeff Dyrek, at The American Veterans Network,
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