The Country’s Loss Of A True Patriot, Researcher, Author…Charlotte Iserbyt

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It is with great sadness and a heavy heart to report the passing of a true legend, icon and friend to people around the world. Charlotte passed away today, February 8, 2022.

Her work will be long remembered and she will be sorely missed.

Charlotte Iserbyl, former Senior Policy advisor to the U.S. advisor Department of Education, has been tirelessly keeping us abreast of the truth having discovered a dark plot during her time in the educational system. How we  have been and are being diabollically and systematically  brainwashed. In her compelling well documented book The deliberate Dumbing down of America Charlotte reveals how the traditional American public education system was highjacked in the early 1900’s.”

In conversations with Charlotte, this was her favorite interview “Mainely Unspoken “Dumbing Down of Schools” with Charlotte Iserbyt”. Charlotte stated “I have done many interviews, loaded with historical research.  This interview, however, is, in my opinion, the most succinct.  It is a result of my work in Maine as a school board member and “resister”, and as an employee of the U.S. Dept. of Education under President Reagan.

Without this research, one cannot understand how and especially why positive sounding labels like “school choice/charters with unelected boards, training for the workforce” etc. were implemented and, unfortunately, accepted by good Americans as OK, when they were in fact necessary for putting our nation under a full fledged socialist/communist system with a “planned economy”.

Those of us who are deeply saddened over the results we are looking at today are, naturally, tired, and even frightened, of even thinking about the future for our children.

However, the old saying “it’s not over till it’s over” still exists at least in our minds, so please, please forward this You Tube which may help increase the numbers of those who still care, so they will “do something” positive.””


Early Life and Education

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt was born in Brooklyn, New York on October 26, 1930. She graduated from Dana Hall Preparatory School in Wellesley, Mass., and Katharine Gibbs Business School in New York City. Iserbyt’s father and grandfather were Yale University graduates and members of The Order of Skull and Bones, a secret society at Yale University. [1][2] She married Jan Iserbyt of Belgium in 1964 (deceased 2009) and has two sons, Robert Lieven Iserbyt (1966) and Samuel Thomson Iserbyt (1968).

Engagement and Marriage Announcements – New York Times

Iserbyt is an American freelance writer who served as the Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first term of U.S. President Ronald Reagan. Iserbyt also served as a social worker with the American Red Cross during the Korean War (stationed at SAC airbases on Guam and in Japan), in the U.S. Dept. of State (Middle Eastern and Soviet Union Affairs), and as Admin. Asst. to Ambassadors Philip Crowe, Republic of South Africa (1959) and to Douglas MacArthur II in Belgium (1961-1963). She and her husband, Jan, lived in Grenada, West Indies from 1968-1974 where Jan operated a yacht charter business. Upon returning to the United States in 1974, Iserbyt served as an elected school board member in Camden, Maine 1976-1979 Iserbyt also founded the Maine Conservative Union, an affiliate of the national American Conservative Union, and Guardians of Education for Maine. Read more HERE.

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education

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  1. Hi!

    So sorry to hear this.

    Was she sick?

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  2. I’m so truly saddened to hear this. The loss of another American hero is heart breaking.

  3. Deep bow to an extraordinary woman. Thank you for sharing this sad news with us. Her work lives on and we will continue to learn from it.

  4. Thank you for posting this. I had sent an email notification out last month that Bernadine smith had passed last summer after being contacted by her daughter, not to email her anymore. Charlotte replied back to me and was saddened that no one had announced Bernadine’s passing and how Bernadine had done so much to educate the masses about govt corruption, and how sad it was that nobody honored her for her life’s work. That email was Jan 6 and I quote: “Thanks for the obituary. I was, for some reason, aware of her passing. I guess it’s because I worked closely with her and, after not hearing anything from her for awhile, I figured she had died. I tried to find an obituary but was not able to find anything on line.  Good to have what you sent through. I will forward to those who may have known her. She was not only brilliant but very beautiful! Unbelievable isn’t it how a human being who was so brillliant and who did such impeccable research,which she provided free of charge to all who would listen, could just drop off the face of this planet without any tribute whatsoever?  Charlotte” Charlotte should have some kind of tribute. Donna

  5. I am stunned to hear this. Charlotte was a true patriot and Christian! It is comforting to know that she is with the Lord now. May her spirit carry on in all of us!

  6. May God bless this remarkable American. I learned so much from her. I’ve never forgotten the first time I heard of her. A parent of a child who struggled with reading, I was visiting relatives in Salt Lake City and had a local station on the car radio. She was a guest and I was blown away at her revelations of our schools. I never looked back. I was living in Portland OR at the time and would have never heard her on the radio in that sad town. I frequent her sites and download her free deliberately hidden history books and watched her video talks.

    Thank you very much for posting this eulogy.

  7. Rest in Peace to a beautiful soul. Charlotte was a courageous woman who’s work and example I will continue to draw strength from for combatting the evils of this world.

  8. Mrs. Iserbyt was exceptionally kind and helpful to my family during our court-battle regarding the authorities’ allowing me to be home-schooled. She will always have a very special place in our family’s heart. RIP, Charlotte.

  9. I was scheduled to personally visit Charlotte on March 3 at her home for a few days. Absolutely one of the keenest intellects and amazing individuals I have ever encountered in my search for truth. May her family and friends be comforted and consoled in this time of sorrow to know that Charlotte brought hope, truth and enlightenment to everyone she associated with. I will sorely miss her friendship and wisdom.
    With deep sadness and love,
    Brent K. Butler

  10. Hi!

    I am currently on my town’s school board. Elected for another 3 years and have 2 years left. I have been on the school board for many, many years

    I announced during a recent school board meeting of what happened to my mother in Canada.


    To show that “powers that be” can ONLY quarantine the sick and NEVER the healthy – think Governor Janet Mills as well as many other governors.

    My mother was born in 1930, and when she was 5 years old, she developed polio.

    The Canadian government quarantined my grandparents home and did the right thing THEN but NOT so today with Dictator Trudeau.

    To make a long story short, over time my mother was removed from the home with the “consent” of the parents and went to live with her “lab” doctor and his wife. They didn’t have any children so I am assuming they treated her right.

    The quarantine was lifted.

    As the doctor experimented on my mother in his lab, she was eventually able to walk once again, otherwise, I probably wouldn’t be here.

    The rest of the story:

    Her brother, Raymond Dion, was chosen to drive the limo when President Franklin Roosevelt attended the Quebec Conference in 1944.

    Why was he chosen?

    1. He was in the Canadian military with good standing.

    2. He spoke both French and English.

    3. He understood what it was like to watch his sister unable to walk due
    her polio and was quarantined himself.

    What better person to choose than someone who understood the devastating effects of polio since the president had polio and would need help in and out of his wheelchair and in and out of the limo.

    The moral of the story:

    ONLY the sick gets quarantined but not so with the Maine governor as well as others.

    When I visited the law libraries years ago in Maine, I saw several old laws about quarantine, and ONLY the sick were quarantined but they were not abandoned as the state was there to help in whatever way was needed.

    Never thought that someday I would share this personal history of my family but here it is.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  11. Thanks. And in reference to: ” . . . for putting our nation under a full fledged socialist/communist system with a “planned economy”.” Check out New Hampshire R.S.A. Chapter ” 191:1 Advocacy of Subversive Doctrines Prohibited.
    I. No teacher shall advocate communism, socialism*, or Marxism** as a political doctrine or any other doctrine ” / The * and ** added to the existing statute. To advocate is to: “supports or recommends ” and communism, as defined in The “Communist Manifesto”, by Karl Marx. / / / / / So what gets me is that these teachers KNOW that they are to be State-Funded (re: the Londonderry case of 2006 on page 9 of 9) [ 16 years ago, = over a decade and a half now!!!!! !!!!! !!!!! ! ] but play deaf and dumb [ like the no-se-em monkey ] by allowing their local B.O.S. Board of Selectmen Warrant over to the Town Tax Collector to RSA Ch. 80:4 bill and collect these DRA [ Dept. of Revenue Administration ] downshifted Tax Rates into the property tax bills, , that if not paid then THEY go to sell your property to one who agrees to buckle under to their demands, and if an apartment building then to be like parasites and leeches to suck the rents out from you the landlord! That’s Plank #1 of The ” Communist Manifesto”: Application of all rents to public purposes!”

  12. So many people become more famous & thus more influential after they’ve passed away. She was so smart & did so much for our country. She really loved America & we loved her back at least the ones who know about her & her work. Am trying to share all of that as much as I can from my armchair. While her work involved education, isn’t that what it’s all about, our children & grandchildren?

  13. Charlotte Iserbyt was a beacon of light and hope and I am truly heartbroken to learn that she is no longer among us. But we are all blessed to have known her, and all beneficiaries of her good work. My deepest sympathy to her family and friends.

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