All this to avoid a purposeful apology to United States’ slave descendants

modern slavery in academia

Slave-descendents being reminded how important it is to sit still and be talked at by limp lecturers, among bored, boring people, on the modern plantation

“Oh, we’re ‘imploding,’ eh? Well, what about all these powerfully polite, privileged, well-read, miserable women — mentally circumcised by antidepressants, with cotton crammed up their sterilized baby-makers — who know how to fill out some REALLY fancy forms!?” -Higher Education in the United States

Once upon a time, some vain, neurotic sand imagined the ultimate tower of cards: a sanitized, sanctimonious centralized government to pick winners from among losers — to privilege mediocre women, and the most servile eunuchs, in order to channel men, which were the sand’s competition, into military conscription, or at least industrial oblivion.

Among the grandest battles was the one for the territory known as academia.

Colleges as instructively bad business

“Help wanted: Debt and disappointment required!
Can you be our university’s newest
book-smart, brain-dead fool?!
-Mind Faggots

Colleges are businesses. Bad colleges can create, in the strangled student, a good framework for disregarding bad business. When “higher education” is more than disappointing — when it is also disillusioning — the student gains greatly from an important lesson: plenty pedants pugnaciously peddle prestigious, pointless pedantry. A student must learn this lesson, sooner or later, about “the real world.” After all: sweet dreams are made of this.

Colleges as shrill sirens mandating mismanagement

“You need a job to get money, need college to get a job, and need money to go to college” -a ‘joke’ describing the current political landscape.

The answer, in predictable “YOU BUY NOW” Asian slave-speak — is to “make college free.” Of course, setting aside the fantastical hypocrisy of communism — nothing is free. Anything politically pretended to be free is simply something the seller intends to be rationed by a government which the seller hopes to greatly influence, if not wholly control. Thus the actual argument is: “An all-powerful centralized government, which I control, should construct and codify a caste-system which insulates, from financial concerns, those whom I deem to designate as thinkers.”

Project for a new American academic century, sample contract

If admitted to the thinking caste, you hereby to accoutre yourself to no more than the following extents:

  • Sit in rows and fill out forms, to prove you can:
  • Sit in more important rows and fill out more important forms, to prove you can:
  • Either sit in rows with forms of even greater importance, or else begin to teach-torture others in the art of sitting in rows and filling out forms; and all of this so that you are prepared to:
  • Work a job you hate, to buy shit you don’t need, to impress people you don’t like — until you retire (UPDATE: There is not retirement) die.

The 金丝雀 (ching) in the 煤矿 (chong)

“Oh, we’re ‘imploding,’ eh? Well, what about all our suicidal, slave-minded, rote-wrought, unlikable Asians!?” -Higher Education in the United States

Asian students currently dominate the halls of higher education in the United States. More accurately: The halls of higher education in the United States are currently dominated by bored, boring, manic, suicidal Asians, whose super-power is to worry frantically that a B-grade will dishonor all their dead relatives, and get them beaten, yet again, by their awkward, unlikable, dying parents.

Frame by frame,
death by drowning,
in your own analysis. 
Step by step,
thought by numbers…

“Yeah, but can YOU juggle-solve three rubix cubes in under a minute while reciting pi to the 100,000th digit?”

Japan has Aokigahara. All other hyper-“successful” cultures hide similar testaments to the truth of their failed perspectives.

Yet these suicidal, rage-filled, Asian think-bots are the miserable zombies who “set the bar” — in academia and, increasingly, in virtually all industries that matter. This, in a culture which yet pretends to value work-life balance. Nevertheless, these canaries in the coal-mines are dying.

The rise and fall of slave-state supremacists

Slavery is inefficient. For its existence, far too much energy must maintain it, creating countless, constant imaginary symbioses: fake relationships, fake dependencies, and, above all, fake interdependencies.

An eventual history book, however far off in the future, will be written, quite possibly by a Jewish scholar, to tell of a proud, pitiful fizzle in time — when a boring band of atheistic Zionists held hegemony over much of the social and political thought throughout the failed United States of America and its satellite slave-states: “It was a golden age for each and every suicidal Jewish mama’s boys to beg european women to watch him masturbate onto shrubbery (figuratively and actually).”

Similarly, an eventual history will be told of the blip of hipness which Asian-style slavery enjoyed in a distant past. That history will quite possibly be told by some kind of Chinese — probably a Japanese one.

Professors as mere human-scantrons

In an ongoing inflation of academia, Asians and women — with nothing to show for their educational careers beyond paltry parroting of the discoveries of some dead, white guy — became increasingly called upon to “teach.”

Yet since teaching requires wisdom, wit, and leadership, which think-bot Asians and beg-bot women wholly lack. And so corporate pyramid-schemes masquerading as educational endeavors pivoted, distilling professorship into the mental shape of a human-scantron: “make sure they parrot these phrases (fill in the bubble completely); make sure they don’t parrot anything outside of these phrases (fill in the bubble neatly).”

Then, Asians and women began leaping over the new, progressive “leadership” bar easier than a mediocre black person whisked into Harvard Law School.

African slavers, Jewish slave-ships, and European neediness

All this to avoid a purposeful apology to United States’ slave descendants.

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