Every problem in the Western world comes from universities

Racism – CRT

Economic – Keynesian

Covid Overreaction – Epidemiologist

Crimes committed whilst on bail – Lawyers and Judges

Constitution used as toilet paper – Lawyers

Politicians in general – University grads many never having a real job.

Free Speech – Not tolerated on campus

Entertainment Preaching

Woke Tech

You have to be educated to be stupid enough to be woke, socialist, cultural relative etc. It is certainly not tradies leading the way. I have been debating with socialist about the evils of capitalism. We actually agree mostly (although they won’t admit it) that the main issue is the large corporations. They think government is the solution whereas I believe government is the problem bailing out business too big to fail whilst crushing small business with lockdown measures.

 

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8 Responses to Every problem in the Western world comes from universities

  1. egg_ says:

    Teh Great Military Industrial Research Complex

    Research has brought you:

    The UN Ozone Secretariat
    The UN IPCC
    The WHO COVID-19 Plandemic

    Aided and abetted by crony Capitalism and the MSM.

    Now we’ve moved into the Information Age, propaganda is their number one weapon.

    Rona has been a gift to the Klaus Schwabs of this world.

    Presumably, the WEF is the apex of the global power pyramid, going by Scummo’s clambering about on his knees of late.

    /St Ruth off


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  2. Shy Ted says:

    Professors
    Naturally
    Doesn’t come cheap. “Our people” are nothing like my people.


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  3. John Angelico says:

    You have to be educated to be stupid enough to be woke, socialist, cultural relative etc.

    No, being educated can teach you how to think, rather than what to think.

    Being indoctrinated gets you woke-ism.


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  4. Ragu says:

    《the main issue is the large corporations. They think government is the solution whereas I believe government is the problem bailing out business too big to fail whilst crushing small business with lockdown measures.》

    Cronyism is the scourge of this century. To even think that more government is the solution just isnt cutting it in the brain stakes.


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  5. Ragu says:

    From shy Teds last link

    Dr Nathan Manning

    Nathan has research interests which largely fit within political sociology, with a focus on young citizens, political dissatisfaction and disengagement and the role of emotions in politics and citizenship

    What a waste of time


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  6. Kneel says:

    “You have to be educated to be stupid enough to be woke, socialist, cultural relative etc. It is certainly not tradies leading the way.”

    Stupid-stupid people – not a threat, they know they are stupid, and have learned to take their time and ask questions, then think carefully before they act.

    Smart-smart people – what we need. They are smart, but know they do not know everything, so seek advice and assistance outside their area of expertise. Also think carefully before they act.

    Stupid-smart people – the most dangerous. These are the self-determined “smartest people in the room” types. They think they are smarter than you and therefore should control you. They know better, see. These will grab onto whatever fits their current world view as true, without any research or thought into alternatives or consequences.

    Most of our “leaders”, “educators” and media “talking heads” are all stupid-smart people. Arrogant, authoritarian, loud mouthed and highly opinionated.

    Stupid-stupid people can’t tell the difference between smart-smart and stupid-smart.
    Smart-smart are not arrogant or forceful enough to “win” the arguments.

    This is the trap, and we are all fully ensnared in it.


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  7. Kneel says:

    “This is the trap, and we are all fully ensnared in it.”

    Futhermore, it is not so much the Military-Industrial complex that is the threat – sure, we need to keep these types under control, but their actions are overt and often “newsworthy”, so we can all see what they are up to.

    No, it is the Educational-Industrial Complex that is the real problem. “Get a degree, you’ll get a better job” – the ultimate self-fulfilling prophecy.
    When vocational training was largely “on the job”, and vocational university education was limited to STEM fields where legal responsibility for designs etc rested on those individuals, things were fine.
    Now many employers want a degree for the most ridiculous positions. Fine example is nursing – once upon a time, this involved bed baths, giving injections etc. On the job, dealing face to face with the actual people they were serving, from day one. Now, it is 4-6 years at uni before they see the inside of a hospital for more than a few hours a week. And like the Sgt Major, the experienced ones were given their due respect – even those technically their “superiors” were deferential to their opinions and experience.

    It is now – and has been for some time – the case that such people no longer garner the respect that is their due for such practacle experience. I have personally experienced this – I am an electronics tradesman, that is the extent of my formal training. When I worked at CSIRO, I managed to get a certain IT service working in my lab. Others in other labs asked for help in getting it working for them, which they had previously been unsuccessful at doing and I was happy to help. But when these same MSc’s and PhD’s found out I had no degree, they started to ignore me – in subtle ways to be sure, but it was there. Intellectual snobs, more concerned about looking superior than a mere tradie than in actually getting things done.


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