Saturday, March 9, 2019

Why I Quit College

     Once I had finished high school, I just wanted to get on with my life and maybe find a wife and start my own family.  In the twelve years, I spent in school, there was little relevant education that I could use for any career that I might consider.  I did learn English and some basic math and the rest was just useless busywork.  I had wanted to be an airline pilot so I went to a flight school to learn how to fly.  That was fun as I felt that I was accomplishing something meaningful.  But then I looked at the requirements to get hired at an airline company, I needed a four-year college degree.  The degree didn't need to be relevant to aviation, it just had to be any degree.  This pissed me off so I went along with the program for a while and reluctantly started college the next semester.
     When I started the college classes, it didn't take me long to figure out that I was being indoctrinated into some kind of communist-socialist way of thinking.  I started these stupid classes in 1965 and life became shitty some more.  I had to learn junk science like psychology and evolution.  Each subject was complete twaddle, poppycock, stupid, puerile, but necessary for the communist form of government to destroy the minds of the young people.  To be fair, I did have one good English teacher and a good speech class.  Other than those two classes, the rest was a complete waste of time.  I also took Political Science which was a communist brainwashing class. But I hung in there for two years and I hated 90% of the experience.
     I remember sitting in Geology class listening to the teacher explain evolution.  I latently knew I was taking in a bunch of bullshit.  What is amazing is that even in today's world, people still believe in the stupid teaching.  I would keep asking the teacher for evidence of all of the transitional species and of course, there was no evidence coming forth.  The reason was that there isn't any.  I figured that out at 19 years old.  What kept nagging me in the back of my mind was this: "How does any of this nonsense prepare me for a flying career?  If a young person has to go to any school, it should be relevant to the students' talent, interest, and skills.  I already had my private pilot's license and I was wasting my time sitting in college when I could be going to a flight school and doing the job I wanted. 
     The English literature classes were an abomination.  I had to read the most depressing essays to the point to where I felt like I wanted to hang myself.  The purpose of these classes is to demoralize and to depress the student into the idiotic world of Satan.
     I continued to go to the college for about 2 1/2 years.  It was a 2-year college for an AA degree.
One day, I was walking to my first class and I said to myself: "F**k this.  I can't take this shit anymore."  I turned around and walked off the campus.  I didn't even bother to close out my classes because I didn't want to leave any opportunity for me to return.  If I didn't close the classes, I would fail them and it would be on my transcript.  In other words, I burnt my own bridge intentionally so I couldn't go back.  It was one of the best decisions I've made in my life.  I forgot about being an airline pilot--not only because of the four-year degree--but also I was too short so there wasn't any point in continuing that line of work.
     As a result of leaving college, I was able to gain more work experience.  At twenty years old, I could run a supermarket while the boss was gone.  I enjoyed earning my own money and I went on to have an interesting career in music and then in industrial sales.  During the early 80s, I was still working while friends with degrees were being laid off.  My life was much better outside of the communist-socialist influence of college.
     The main problem with any education is relevancy.  I shouldn't have to take a degree in political science or any other liberal arts in order to be an airline pilot.  One doesn't fit the other.  College should be for learning more complex subjects to where the student is prepared for a relevant career.
     In today's world, it should be easier for students to get the education they need without the time and expense of college.  If you want to be a computer programmer, then study that.  Almost anything can be learned online.  Colleges and universities are there more for indoctrination rather than education. 
     One of my most popular posts on this blog has been a Book Review: of Worthless by Aaron Clarey.  When I read the book, I wished I had read something similar when I was in college.  However, I instinctively knew college wasn't for me.  But the pressure from friends and family was enormous and I did cave into it.  One of the happiest days of my life is when I left the campus, never to return again.  That's one move I made that when I look back on it, was the best I could have done.
     Fifty-one years after leaving college, I can see the reason why the evil power-that-shouldn't-be wanted to keep young people in their intellectual cesspools.  I think the main reason was to help destroy the family unit.  I believe this has been intentional.  Now we have queers, lesbians, trannies, and "gender fluid" people who are being misguided by sick and demented Satanists.  Young people should be ready to have a family by the age of 18.  A young man should be able to support a family by that age and have his wife stay home with the children.  It would be better for the woman because her children will grow up while she's relatively young.  The woman could have a career after the children are grown.  Now, many women are "hitting the wall" in their mid-30s and they may never have a family because of the stupid idea of having a career before a family. 
      In fact, I think the communist-socialist agenda likes to destroy everything that is good about life.
Colleges and universities, given the resources they require, are not efficient methods of imparting knowledge on the students.  Most of them should be shut down in favor of more relevant education centers which would give the students a more meaningful curriculum at a better price.  The current Marxist education system we have now is more like a prison camp; only it's worse.  The schools give out homework whereas prisons don't have it.

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  1. So much about this world is utterly counterintuitive.
    I mean overall, in general, par for the course.

  2. Your blog is deep and I check regularly for more recent content. I hope all is well at home; and I look forward to more posts coming soon.