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June 8, 2017

Does a better example of evil exist, where people profit and parasite off of a naive and innocent people,

than modern day liberal arts and humanities colleges? The bad are so good at enslaving the stupid in this case I almost feel compelled to applaud them. They not only convince the stupid that the good are their enemy, but they also:

1. Convince the stupid they're entitled to free everything 2. Convince the stupid that nothing is ever their fault. 3. Convince the stupid they're smart. 4. Convince the stupid to enslave themselves to the state and (where I tip my hat to the bad) 5. Convince the stupid to borrow $150,000, financially crippling themselves forever, to pay for these worthless degrees.
Captain Capitalism: The Case for Evil

Posted by gerardvanderleun at June 8, 2017 6:27 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Why College Grads Don't Know How to Think"

Long answer at the link. Short answer: Because the public schools and colleges teach them what to feel about things and who is the Opposition.

Posted by: Donald Sensing at June 8, 2017 1:39 PM

The level of stealing in this country is unbelievable and unsustainable. Like being pickpocketed without knowing it while sitting at the breakfast table.

Some cave immediately and say, "Oh well, there have always been thieves.", others recoil in horror and try their best to isolate themselves from it in every way yet still seeth of their victimhood. Sometimes I think there are more thieves than not. Everybody stealing their little ray of sunshine and everybody gets a little bit darker. In the end there will be no light at all. When stealing becomes normal honest people are seen as abnormal.

Posted by: ghostsniper at June 8, 2017 2:18 PM

Excellent link Donald Sensing, thanks.

Posted by: Rev. Hoagie at June 9, 2017 3:45 AM

"And before you start claiming that any of the above would be immoral and unethical, realize being moral or ethical would have no effect on ANY of the outcomes above."

Short sighted, narrow minded.

The author ignores, or is ignorant of, the effect that sort of behavior will have on YOU, the doer.

When you convert from being a good guy to a bad guy in one area it also effects other areas of your life. If you are the arch enemy at your work can you then suddenly transition back into the good guy when you go home?

Evil people, even just a little, are flawed in their character and I personally believe it is a combination of nature and nurture that causes it, and of course, personal choice.

Desperate circumstances aside, I'd guess such a conversion could soon lead to bad consequences.

You do the right thing because you know it's the right thing to do, not because it's stylish or profitable. Your character, your core values, demand it. See, it ain't about them, it's about you, and how you feel and think about yourself and the world around you.

When the whole planet ignites and incinerates that small patch of ashes laying over there that used to be me will know that it was never evil. Call it religion or whatever you want but to me it is important, maybe the most important thing there is, and when you look around you see that it seems to be rare and ever fleeting. But not here, not in me, and that's what matters.

Posted by: ghostsniper at June 9, 2017 4:12 AM

It seems that there aren't too many differences between modern colleges and mental institutions. The family still pays to get a mentally unbalanced member away from them, although nowadays it seems the institutions are allowing the insane to interact with John Q Public.

Posted by: eclectic kelvin at June 9, 2017 6:44 AM

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