Three Important Lessons The Edumacation System Never Teaches Men

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The Fight Club foreshadowed the pissed off world of today

Ah, the publick edumacation system. Forced into it like so many young slaves from age 5 to age 18 in America. Then brainwashed into spending another 4 to 6 years at university accruing massive debt (student loans are the new indentured servitude) while the best years of your life pass you by.

But, it’s for a good cause. Learning “valuable” skills that will enable young people to become valuable assets and earn their place in America’s vaunted middle class. Well, that’s the narrative. Yet another shameless lie among a sea of shameless lies that prop up this declining nation.

H.L. Mencken illuminates us with some Red Pill truth on what the true purpose of America’s edumacation system actually is:

The most erroneous assumption is to the effect that the aim of public education is to fill the young of the species with knowledge and awaken their intelligence, and so make them fit to discharge the duties of citizenship in an enlightened and independent manner.

Nothing could be further from the truth. The aim of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all; it is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level, to breed and train a standardized citizenry, to put down dissent and originality. That is its aim in the United States, whatever the pretensions of politicians, pedagogues and other such mountebanks, and that is its aim everywhere else.

Unfortunately, as many men are discovering after having been there, done that with the “studying hard” and the “college degree” and not stepping out of line, following the system’s instructions only earns one a place at the corporate trough right alongside the other human cattle being milked of their productivity. Men will be used and abused to the max for a meager paycheck and a bleak existence.

Your teachers and counselors at school lied to you. They wanted you to finish school so their graduation stats would look good to the state. The “Real World” everyone speaks of is a world in which Machiavellian Intelligence is the rule.

As less productive citizens blow dope and pop out kids on your dime, you’ll be expected to be Mr. Perfect at your dehumanizing, demoralizing GloboWorldCorp job. You’ll be expected to keep pace on a 40 50 60 70 hour a week treadmill, and if you miss a step your masters will notice. Most of the income you make will already be spent on “life debt” (food, house, car, student loan payment, government-mandated health insurance) before you even get the direct deposit. Careful not to develop burnout syndrome, which will only compound the little mistakes at work you’re already making.

Not to mention, being worked to to point of burnout syndrome will negatively affect your health, but at least the medical-pharmaceutical complex can make a living off your suffering: Research indicates that burnout is associated with reduced job performance, coronary heart disease, and mental health problems. Chronic burnout is also associated with cognitive impairments such as memory and attention. Occupational burnout is also associated with absences, time missed from work, and thoughts of quitting. [Ed: And suicide].

It’s as if the system already has the events of your life planned out for you, and dares you to step out of line.

As you’re subjected to random drug testing to earn The Man’s money, the State will take half your pay to give to those people we just mentioned who are smoking pot, snorting cocaine, living in Section 8 housing, and popping out 3 kids while you can’t afford 1 nor the child support slavery and alimony that a marriage + frivorce to an Anglobitch would cost you.

Here are three of the most vital lessons they didn’t teach you in school, while they programmed leftist groupthink into your malleable, young mind:

  1. After graduation, and college, most of you are going to be used and abused corporate drones working in menial, tedious, and unreliable “here today, gone tomorrow” jobs
  2. College degrees are becoming as valuable as toilet paper in “The New Economy”
  3. The world is a dog eat dog place, and modern employers treat their employees like they’re contestants in The Hunger Games.

After a few short years in your new “career” you might find your life is a living hell. Bukowski put it this way:

How in the hell could a man enjoy being awakened at 6:30 a.m. by an alarm clock, leap out of bed, dress, force-feed, shit, piss, brush teeth and hair, and fight traffic to get to a place where essentially you made lots of money for somebody else and were asked to be grateful for the opportunity to do so?

Add to that, you’ll be expected to smile and always have a positive attitude or the HR department will be all too happy to put another warm body into your position.

At some point, you’ll probably get pissed off and develop a sense of anger and rage for a system that exploited you from childhood. Fight Club’s Tyler Durden states this feeling best:

I see in the fight club the strongest and smartest men who’ve ever lived. I see all this potential and I see squandering. Goddamn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables, slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don’t need. We’re the middle children of the history man, no purpose or place, we have no Great war, no Great depression, our great war is a spiritual war, our great depression is our lives, we’ve been all raised by television to believe that one day we’d all be millionaires and movie gods and rock stars, but we won’t and we’re slowly learning that fact. and we’re very very pissed off.

The edumacation system helps feed this fantasy that Durden speaks of, the fantasy that one day, all men will all be successful career men living fanciful lives. Is it any wonder that anger is becoming the trademark of modern life?

No, most will be debt slaves, wage slaves, and obese, demoralized husks of humanity waiting on death to take them away from The Human Farm Stefan Molyneaux so vividly details. As has been said before, perhaps the most crucial realization the newly awakened man can have is this: The only way to win, is not to play.

Go Galt. Let this con game implode of its own volition.

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8 comments

  • Well, also the school system is simply BABYSITTING kids and keeping a lot of the dummies who would be up to no good, like the wild “Tykes” in some Dickens Novel, under the watchful eye of adults.

    “After graduation, and college, most of you are going to be used and abused corporate drones working in menial, tedious, and unreliable “here today, gone tomorrow” jobs”

    I’ve never understood how people could seriously go out and get a 30 year mortgage in this economy where employment is so incredibly unstable. Last place I worked 10 years ago it was obvious the treasonous CEOs were slowly shutting down our factory and transferring production to Red China. Yet all my coworkers were going out and borrowing all this money for new houses and cars? I remember they prepared us for this treason about 25 years ago with all these wise ass commenters talking about how the “old days” of pa working at the same company his whole life are over and how the typical person will now work 6 or 7 jobs in their adult lifetime. They made this sound like it was just the most wonderful voluntary thing! As if all the pleebs were going to be these go-getting free agents like Lebron James, going out and finding the highest bidder for their talents. When in fact these job changes were going to be involuntarily being thrown out of work (often by free trade treason) to spend long stretches in miserable, demoralizing unemployment living in poverty. With slick capitalists like this offering nothing but platitudes and english majors working part time at the strip mall is it any wonder the young people all voted for Bernie?

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  • “The only way to win, is not to play.” Mic drop. Fantastic read as usual really stirred up my anger at this shit system again which I am gonna use for my workout today, thanks!

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  • Relating to work, the good jobs that could sustain a family in Japan are rare now. That resulted in the grasseaters and it is a majority of men in Japan. We need to keep an eye on them because they are ten years ahead of us demographically. So far, all the government has come up with there are programs to benefit women. Are they that blind or are they that stupid?

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  • The modern world:

    – The world of Technology
    – The world of Science and Research
    – The world of Industry
    – The world of Commerce
    – The world of Finance

    These worlds were built by men, for men. They were neither built for nor intended for women. They were never needed there.

    It’s like we’re all in the lower decks of the ship we built, fixing the lights, stoking the boilers, scraping and painting, unclogging the heads, and the women who we were doing this all for are all up on the bridge, dressed up like First Mates and hitting on the Captain.

    Yeah, this’ll end well.

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  • My education began with one seminal book, The Fire From Within. I have searched for the magical and mystical ever since, and well before that – I just didn’t know it yet. As a kid I was always looking out the window lost in my immagination. Every single second spent in the classroom on a nice day was excruciating.
    While Castaneda doesn’t resonate with everyone, the concept of mystery and adventure does. Education kills our spirit by offering such infallible explanations for everything. The unknown and unknowable are treated at theoretical equations to be solved instead of experienced. In another great book – Hamlet’s Mill – education is delivered by mythology, great stories and epics where time exists as an infinite fugue state. Because of this great infinity you are always vaguely remembering and forgetting, guided by a great myth that is encoded into the very fabric of existence.
    Modern education makes us mere biological mechanisms far removed from a profound divinity. You don’t have to call the search for meaning by any name, but in some way, shape, or form we all search for this great meaning. School teaches us how, but we all become depressed when we stop searching for the greatest why.

    Why do I exist?

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    • Nice summary. Why do i exist?

      Remember Tyler Durdens line ” our great war is a spiritual war, our great depression is our life.’ Ive remembered that movie every time society attempts to compartmentalize us as drones serving a master. Great flick.

      Are we not transitioning from mammal to spirit? We all are closer to giving up the ghost to the great gig in the sky every day. This temporary plane is an obstacle course and it seems heaven & hell are both attainable at any moment.

      Carlos Casteneda was very abstract and hard to comprehend, yet his teachings resonate a deep sense of familiarity as if higher knowledge is abundant within but the educational system is great at dismantling the access you have to it. Obscuring the spiritual path with distractions of survival, consumerism, competition and fear.
      Fight club had an accute theme of walking away from the heard and materialism but most important ‘hitting bottom’ I assume it meant relenquishing the illusion known as EGO. To truely transend the shackles of identification as somthing like a unique and important snowflake

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  • Adopt minimalism, ditch debt,, plow 40-60% of income into productive assets, and drop out of the system within 5-10 years.

    Let the globohomo debt machine drag down the masses while they work for you and your freedom.

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  • Why don’t women compete in sport with men? Easy. They’d be obliterated. Women cannot compete with men in sport. Why is it that all the structures on the Earth were built and maintained by men, not women? Why were only men trafficked, exploited, manipulated, brainwashed and disposed of in war for women’s rights and privileges over men, not women? Again, it’s simple. Women can’t compete with men in the dirty work on building, maintaining and fighting for a free and prosperous nation. Now, feminists will tell you that they were blocked from working in those fields, but it’s a lie to cover for women’s cowardliness, women’s willingness to dispose of men and the fact that women would really rather not do those jobs. Women sacrifice men like disposable slaves for women’s advancement over men; hence men are women’s expendable slaves.

    Feminism is a lie folks. Not some of feminism. ALL of feminism. Men built all upon the Earth. Men fought and died in all the wars for women’s rights. Of course men should be running everything. Putting women in charge of men is like putting Hitler in charge of the Jews. Giving women the vote, making women the slave masters of men, was indeed a foolish mistake. We are not equal, we men and women. Men are better.

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