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June 4, 2015

Speaking of privilege, 60% of your college grads — and 20% of all of you — are employed by government.

The intent is to create an artificial middle class of course, hence the trivial positions with imaginative titles and weighty salaries.
In the lower reaches it's the quota hires, typically unqualified. It's a great offer. You pretend you're doing something useful and we pretend to believe you. The rest of your grads are largely diversity directors, window dressing, teachers of dubious "studies" and improbable "histories", and similar warehousing schemes for the otherwise unemployable. It's as good as it's ever going to get, except for those on the skinny end of the bell curve—for whom we have genuine, i.e., earned respect. You'd be a fool to leave it on the table, for as long as it lasts. Liberty's Torch: Frankly My Dear: A Guest Post From Ol' Remus

Posted by gerardvanderleun at June 4, 2015 6:33 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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He's never written better. Wish he'd crank up the blog again.

Posted by: ghostsniper [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 4, 2015 7:22 PM

The "you" refers to monkey men and their descendants. Big Government is covertly gathering together any of them by placing them in non-jobs doing make-work.

It makes it easier to keep an eye on them. Further attention is expended on those that can read and write.

A previous study determined that housing the monkey people in large recreational facilities such as Joliet, Jackson, Angola and other similar facilities was not profitable.

The work output of residents did not earn enough money to offset the costs of maintaining the facilities so the current plan was put in place. Participants are now expected to house and feed themselves.

Posted by: chasmatic [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 7, 2015 7:43 AM

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