Colleges Now Programming Students to Destroy Their Own Freedom of Speech

http://truthstreammedia.com/2017/04/26/colleges-now-programming-students-destroy-freedom-speech/

“Look beyond the politics of Ann Coulter and whatever her now shut down speech was even going to be about and check out this picture captured at a recent massive student protest against her coming to speak at UC Berkley.

For context, first look at the picture on the left, then compare it to the picture on the right…

On the same campuses where students once marched for the First Amendment just a few decades ago, now they are literally burning it. While burning a sign that says free speech is technically free speech, in true Orwellian fashion it’s also the opposite of free speech.

Why? Because these students actually don’t want people to have free speech anymore, especially if they disagree with that speech or the person (ex: “heterosexual white males with ‘privilege’”) speaking it.

Now student “activism” is about demanding censorship, not freedom from it. Instead they want tyrannical administrative safe spaces from so-called “microaggressions”. The only freedom they want is from being challenged.

Indeed, it is as if college students these days are being programmed like little robots with trigger words, socially engineered to destroy their own rights.” ~Melissa Dykes

The Simpsons – SJWs at Yale

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8M2tg2RkIQ

Our students are highly entitled wusses.

Neil Kramer : Population Weaponization

http://neilkramer.com/parapolitical-surgery-on-freeman-tv/

Neil Kramer talks to Freeman, host of Freeman TV.

“Discernment arises from, let’s say, 10 percent knowledge that is learned, that’s scholarly study information, but 90 percent, 90 percent, personal experience. That is: getting out in the world, speaking to people, listening, making mistakes, getting it wrong, collapsing, having triumphs, fostering excellence, forming friendships, knowing love. Life. Real life. How to conduct yourself. How to communicate. All of that juicy, fascinating foundation of life… That stuff is easy over the period of 100 years, if you’re left to it.

But if you go to school and college and then work, you miss all of it. You never get to sharpen that discernment through living because you can’t have the time and energy within the pathetic rigid structures of imperial education and commerce; they’re not there. So the system keeps people busy enough, too busy, that they’re always on this hamster wheel chasing around to simply – I mean, why are people doing it? Shelter, transport, clothing, food, and a bit of leisure. Pathetic. Absolutely retched way of living…

It’s ironic that you can’t see it while you’re in it… The compulsion to engage in commerce is the big trick of society. It takes your time away and without time, it’s almost impossible to develop discernment… No time, no discernment.

If you do have time, and you can sit outside the system – which is everybody’s privilege in creation to do that, it’s not fortune or good luck, it doesn’t happen to you just by mistake; you have to build your bridge out of the system – if you do that, and if you have time, discernment will begin to arise. But, you have to generate that.

Most people are so hopelessly entangled in this treachery of commerce in life, which is put upon them since infancy, that they can’t summon up the clarity or the strength to even identify that there’s a problem in their life, let alone fix it and move on to better ways.”
~Neil Kramer

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http://freemantv.com/population-weaponization-neil-kramer/

The Student Debt Trap

http://www.sovereignman.com/trends/every-young-person-should-see-the-feds-startling-numbers-on-student-debt-16676/

“40 million Americans are now in debt because of their university education, and on average borrowers have four loans with a total balance of $29,000… Since 2010, student debt has been the second largest category of personal debt, just after a home mortgage…

Debt is another form of servitude. Like medieval serfs, debt keeps people tied to jobs they dislike in places they don’t want to be working for bosses they hate doing things that make them feel unfulfilled…

[M]any kids end up at university by default. They don’t know what they want to study… They’re just sort of expected to enroll, attend, major in something, and graduate. Much of this is done merely to please other people or satisfy a social expectation without any real sense of whether the path they’ve chosen at that time is the right one.

Modern university education, in fact, is based on the premise that an 18-year old kid can make up his/her mind about what s/he wants to do in life. But how can they really know what they want to do in life without first having some exposure to life itself? …

From this perspective, spending four to five years discussing theory at such a formative age can be terribly counterproductive. Subsequently graduating with an enslaving level of student debt can make the experience borderline destructive…

[N]ot to say that university has no benefit. The question is whether it’s worth the cost at that particular time, i.e. whether entire generations should be forced into a cookie-cutter path where everyone spends ages 18-22 in university, graduates with a boatload of debt, starts a career in whichever industry is willing to hire them, and ultimately begins paying taxes. This route takes away all the choice — the ability to live life deliberately.”

State Of Mind : The Psychology Of Control (Full Film)

http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=26105

“State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control… reveals that much of what we believe to be truth is actually deliberate deception. The global elites are systematically implanting lies into our consciousness to erect a “tyranny over the minds of men.” This film exposes the mind control methods being used to turn our once vibrant society into a land of obedient sheeple.”

“The greatest barrier to discovery isn’t ignorance, it’s the illusion of knowledge.”

~Richard Grove

Richard Grove : Learning vs. Schooling

http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2012/06/RIR-120614.php

“Richard Grove was trained in Business Management and Administration. He worked in the WTC in 2001 and discovered corporate ties to 9-11. He blew the whistle but was met with deaf ears by corporate media. He proved in court the SEC was involved in covering-up the biggest financial fraud in America, and learned that if he wanted anyone to ever know what happened that he would have to learn how to create media. And he did. Grove released Project Constellation, several films and many hours of talk radio. He is also behind the website tragedyandhope.com.

http://www.tragedyandhope.com/

Tragedy and Hope creates educational media and provides a comprehensive, open-source, educational model for adults; providing individuals with the resources to attain coherent perspectives at -and above- the Ph.D. level. Tragedy and Hope provides a portal through which individuals can stimulate and fortify Cognitive Liberty and educational methods which facilitate consciousness.”

National Inflation Association

http://www.inflation.us/collegebubble.html

“The National Inflation Association believes that the United States has a college education bubble that is set to burst beginning in mid-2011. This bursting bubble will have effects that are even more far-reaching than the bursting of the Real Estate bubble in 2006.

College education could possibly be the largest scam in U.S. history…

We need to change the mindset in America that only those with college degrees have any chance of becoming successful. Americans have become so brainwashed that even after graduating college with over $50,000 in debt and not being able to find a job, many of them are wasting even more years of their life and getting even deeper into debt to attend a graduate school, for a master’s degree that is just as worthless as a bachelor’s degree. It is like comparing a $10 bill (master’s degree) to a $1 bill (bachelor’s degree), they are both worthless pieces of paper with no intrinsic value.”

Janitors With Ph.D’s : Why We’re Spending Way Too Much on Higher Education

http://www.alternet.org/economy/148606/janitors_with_ph.d.s%3A_why_we%27re_spending_way_too_much_on_higher_education?page=1

“[O]ur higher education system has produced thousands of janitors with Ph.D.s or other professional degrees — about 5,057 of them, in fact, plus more than 8,000 waiters and waitresses. When you look at all college degrees, there are more than 317,000 over-educated Americans serving us our meals, more than 80,000 shaking our martinis and some 62,000 mowing our lawns.

In all, about 17 million people in this country have completed college only to end up working jobs that require a skill level below that of a bachelors degree…

When considering public policy aimed at increasing the percentage of college graduates in the labor force, it must be an imperative to consider what these people will be doing after graduation. Is it socially responsible for us to encourage individuals to enroll in college and accumulate massive debt when the benefits are becoming increasingly uncertain? I think not. An increase in the overall percentage of college graduates will just see that more will end up underemployed (or unemployed altogether).”