I recently graduated, and my rocky, extended college career has given me many insights into the nature of the system, or more properly what might be called the academic control grid. I’ve seen quite a bit in my ten years at four different colleges, though those stats might lead you to believe I’m a closet failure. Not so: I only seemed to be a failure, that I might avail myself of more time to analyze the system and expose it. Okay, not really. But I have learned some things about the control grid that is the education/university system.
Is it all bad? No, not the 10% that isn’t the norm. I personally learned a lot of good philosophy enjoying some engaging philosophy, literature, and history classes. But what really rubs me raw is (forgive me for sounding like a troubled teen) how fake the entire structure is. It reminds of an “Amos and Andy” episode I saw once as a kid, where the duo bought a house from a Hollywood set that appeared very large and quite exquisite, but was actually a huge, one-dimensional set piece. “Sho is a thin house,” said Andy after walking through the door. The University system is precisely that. In reality, it is a massive house built upon the four balsa wood pillars of statism, Darwinism, communistic/socialistic “equality” and pure relativism. Behind these is the “secret” pillar of Freemasonry and the Rockefeller-Banker controlled foundations and a subtly constructed plan (borrowed from the Prussians), and created for the purpose of dumbing down students into complete Pavlovian controlled responses.
The professors are far too often 1960’s leftover-lefties, with about as much concern for truth as the Fox News they profess to hate so much. Unfortunately, one does not go to the university to learn truth: one attends the local university to learn to work the system. That is, the total control grid that elite cartels have been putting in place for the last hundred years or so. The absurdities of academic life are quite manifest: under the guise of the freedom of inquiry, the system mysteriously forbids or mocks any questioning of Darwinism or Global Warming, for example. Believe me, I know from experience. Beyond this, espousal of any kind of absolutist ethic is also swiftly persecuted in inquisitorial fashion. It takes courage for a Christian to say he opposes abortion in a modern university, and will certainly suffer ridicule and sometimes even receive bad grades, simply for taking an un-popular, biblical position. This is not always the case, but can and does occur. Continue reading