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Have Universities become Cargo Cults?

Posted by polydoros on December 19th, 2016 under Coaching Session

Missionaries arrive on the island of New Guinea. They offer gifts/bribes to the local inhabitants, such as toys.

The locals want more of these toys, so they gather them up, go to clearings in the jungle, and BURY THE TOYS IN THE GROUND.

Why would they do this?

The locals had no idea about metallurgy or mass-production…

So they made a connection between action and results that was false but made sense to them:

They “planted” the toys in order for more to sprout out of the ground!

Universities have also become such places of hopeful activity. photo graduation.jpg

Despite propaganda to the contrary, people still recognize that in previous centuries there were such things as universities and that many amazing discoveries came out of these times.

But the two are not necessarily linked. Great inventors and discoverers often appeared OUTSIDE of the institutions.

Simply having millions of people drop-in at universities, regardless of intelligence and types of “courses”, isn’t going to make basic progress.

All it does is bloat the Professor Priesthood and fill the Seminaries of Political Correctness.

  1. #1 by Gavin on 12/21/2016 - 2:07 am

    Form without substance produces nothing of value. The problem arises when society begins to worship the form depiste a lack of substance. When everyone you know including those closest to you worships the form it puts tremendous pressure on you to comply. Parents don’t pressure their children to enter thr priesthood anymore. They pressure them to enter the university.

    Truly intelligent young people are sacrificed to worship the form of the university.

  2. #2 by Yankee Rebel on 12/22/2016 - 1:14 am

    “Great inventors and discoverers often appeared OUTSIDE of the institutions.”
    -That is the reason why Trump won the election and why some students who fail at college are the greatest hope for the future of mankind.

  3. #3 by Henry Davenport on 12/22/2016 - 1:55 pm

    “the Professor Priesthood” will be a helpful phrase.

    • #4 by time for freedom on 12/23/2016 - 11:00 am

      I like that one. I also like this one: “Sophomoric Professors”

  4. #5 by Bob on 12/23/2016 - 9:32 am

    HD, thanks for reminding us of our real purpose.

  5. #6 by shari on 12/23/2016 - 12:48 pm

    Scott Kelley Ernest
    community health dietetics
    health and human development/ Montana State University

    So what do we call this guy? It’s worse than we think.

  6. #7 by Jason on 12/25/2016 - 1:56 am

    Merry Christmas BUGSERS!

    2017 is the year we stay in formation.

    The election of Trump is a blow against Political Correctness and in favor of populism and nationalism.

    But not a single program of forced assimilation or of mass non-White immigration has been rolled back.

    There is some hope for relief on the immigration front, but I haven’t heard a single word against quotas, affirmative action, forced integration and a thousand other policies that CHASE DOWN White people.

    We’ve just broken the political skin of the anti-Whites. Time to drive the sword all the way in.

  7. #8 by WmWhite on 12/25/2016 - 7:57 am

    Jason, you were up early this morning. Merry Christmas to you and all pro-white Whites.
    To hell with all anti-whites and sneaky converso “Marranos.”

    The best advice I’ve heard concerning the Professor Priesthood and universities today is: Forget about your college indoctrination as soon as possible and get on with real life.

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