Over Education leads to Ugliness, Premature ageing and Beard Growth

by snugglebunny 7 Replies latest jw friends

  • snugglebunny

    It could have come straight from Brooklyn!


  • Billy the Ex-Bethelite
    Billy the Ex-Bethelite
    Watch for it to be featured on an upcoming JW TV.
  • Simon
    Harry Enfield is great, I love the Mr Chumly Warner sketches.
  • Finkelstein

    It should be realized that higher education has never helped humanity and that its all instigated and influenced from the Devil himself.

    Look at the GB of the Watchtower Corporation , most of these men don't even have a high school diploma and look where they got to ??? Executive directors of a world wide religious publishing house worth a billion +

  • WTWizard

    Higher education can be genuine, or a scam. If it is genuine, there is no limit on how much you will benefit from it. However, if you are going into debt to be indoctrinated in what the Establishment wants you to think, all it is going to do is close your mind off to other possibilities and stifle genuine education.

    Hint: The colleges (and schools) today are controlled by the Rockefellers, which are about as lamestream as it comes. They want you enslaved, so they program you to choke off genuine education. They also control what you see as "science", putting out any results that expose their lies. With Saturn in Sagittarius (it lapses back into Scorpio June 16 until September 18, when it returns to Sagittarius until late 2017), it might not be the best time to go to college. However, this does not mean genuine education is bad.

    If you wait until Saturn enters Capricorn, you will probably get a more genuine education. You will probably get less debt, since tuition costs will come way down and you will not waste a tub of silver per text book. Buy the silver now, learn a decent trade and keep doing independent research, wait until the dollar becomes toilet paper and the colleges scramble to stay alive, and you could well get a better education with the same tub of silver (for the full degree) you would have paid for one lousy text book now.

  • Xanthippe

    If only it was just a joke. Interesting quote here from the British LIbrary about Victorian Britain

    In the upper classes it was assumed that a girl would marry and that therefore she had no need of a formal education, as long as she could look beautiful, entertain her husband’s guests, and produce a reasonable number of children. ‘Accomplishments’ such as playing the piano, singing and flower‐arranging were all‐important. If she could not find a husband she faced a grim future as a 'maiden aunt' whose help could always be called on to look after her aged parents or her siblings’ children. She might even be forced to take on employment as a governess, shut away in the schoolroom with children who had little interest in absorbing the information she was teaching. This became increasingly unattractive to intelligent women. But their future was improved when Queen’s College in Harley Street, London was founded in 1848, to give governesses a recognized and marketable qualification. No ‘accomplishments’ there. Ten more years saw the foundation of Cheltenham Ladies’ College. Other girls’ public schools followed. This increase in female education led to renewed demands for the vote. The National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies was founded in 1897, hotly denounced by the Queen, who from her position of unimaginable power saw no reason why women should want to vote at all.


  • konceptual99
    Love it... been years since I've since that sketch. Great quote!
  • Caedes


    That is meant to be a parody post right?! You do realise that university isn't just more schoolroom lessons? The major part of going to an accredited university is learning to do your own research.

    Astrology? That is a double face-palm right there! I am ashamed for you!

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