I recently read a newspaper article about the relevance of many politicians’ academic qualifications, i.e. how can clever people (they have attained fancy degrees) who know nothing about working class people, be leaders of those people? They’ve not had the rough or down to earth experiences that constitute the majority of citizens in the United Kingdom.
As with everything – there’s a reason for that – politicians really do need – expert intelligence on classical archaeology and ancient history, classical mythology, bio-medical sciences, Law, Philosophy-Politics and Economics (PPE), oriental studies, Alchemy, ancient languages – including Sanskrit, super-advanced physics, science and maths for the following hypothetical reasons:
When studying the above at university* students learn that the world is run according to an agenda with an infrastructure or GRID on which are pinpointed numbers (dates in the calendar, Sacred Geometry and fractions), a certain race of people; mythological heroes-gods-kings; fiction; a black hole labelled SPIN on which is placed the words Media, Finance, Humans and Truth (more inside the vacuum); needlework; a bar of gold in solid form – next to a bar of gold that’s fractalised (i.e. exploded) and shot into many different directions all with a symbol of currency on each one.
This is what people go to university to learn the intricacies of: fabrication and projection.
I see there are universities that offer degrees in the science of Casino Management now, featuring coursework on the “Fundamentals of Gaming” – that’s one which needs to feature on all politicians’ and banksters’ CVs. Please note that politicians have little control over the finance industry.
When I lived in Johannesburg and worked at a major mining company my mode of transport from home in the north to work in the south, via Braamfontein, was double-decker bus; this I did for so many years that I gave up wondering about the nightmares I frequently experienced, that featured me stuck on the top of a bus, going round and round Braamfontein and listening (music was one of my escapes) to a loop of songs by The Pet Shop Boys and the album ‘The Raw and the Cooked’, by Fine Young Cannibals.
Now I understand why. And I never even went to University.
**All courses require the set books of ‘Mythologiques’ by Levi-Strauss – neither a fashion book on working men’s trousers nor a magnum opus on genes (which have little to do with intelligence or likelihood of developing addictions).
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Graduates hat and books – www.jordanevents.net