If you do a root cause analysis on corruption, you will conclude that laziness is the primary driver. And when you look at the most common trait of a government employee of any kind, on average, you will find that they tend to seek that type of work because they are lazy. Therefore, it’s nearly a promise in every circumstance that you will get corruption out of government employees that will need to be heavily monitored. Yet what do you get when you hire government employees protected by a socialist labor union to educate your society? Well, you get the results of laziness and corruption on a mass scale. And to look at it another way, what is the root cause of criminal behavior? Well, it’s laziness again. People would instead steal something than earn something because they think it is the easier path to a personal objective. So guess what happens when you have criminals running your government, and they are also in charge of educating your society? Well, you get the results of what I saw while watching the Ohio State, Michigan game. The audience of over 100,000 people there in Ann Arbor all caught looking at the curtain in the Wizard of Oz, the illusions, the smoke, the mirrors, the bellowing projection of fear seeking the blue pill distraction of an exciting football game. But not dealing with the root cause of much of what is wrong with society, a poor education not because we didn’t fund it correctly, but that we allowed people to learn all the wrong things.
Education to me is a lifelong experience. I think everyone should read a book or two per week, during their entire lives. Graduating from college at age 22 isn’t enough to become an “educated person.” I deal with many people who have master’s degrees and doctorates, and I don’t consider these people educated. It may give them a good start in a field of endeavor, but education is a daily adventure, not a final destination. In the times we are in now, there are so many opportunities to be educated; we have access to more books and information than at any point in the history of the world. And being well-read is a responsibility of all people. If you want a great society, you need an educated society. But as it stands, and what was evident at that college football game, all college sports, and even professional sports, is that the criminals of our society have deliberately dumbed down our people through the education process so that they can get away with committing crimes on a massive scale.
One example of this deliberate ignorance was the expectation of the Biden administration into lying to our face about gas prices. The Biden radicals shut off oil production in America. Gas prices went up. Then we were told that a global cabal runs the oil market and that America was powerless to do anything about it, when in fact, we just had a president in Trump who had the oil price issue under control. But what is really driving up the costs of deliberately sabotaging the oil market is the Biden administration’s commitment to the United Nations climate change agenda. Those same officials stood in front of the media and lied to everyone about the cause of the rising prices, and they expected their answers to stick. They also expect the media to report the information as propaganda out of sheer laziness and the crippled mind of ignorance the public education system had given them. The best way to hide a crime, or many crimes, in this case, is to teach people not to see it. That is the result of our public education system and our colleges. They are mass failures, and they were made that way on purpose by lazy, criminal-minded government employees who would rather live by a life of crime than by the ethics of hard work. For proof, review the contents of the Biden laptop, and everything will become very clear.
Those poor people at that football game are most upset about the high gas prices. Still, they do not want to shake up any controversy with their friends and family over politics and election fraud instead of turning their energies to a football game. They spend fortunes at those two prominent colleges, and they want to see something positive for it. Is their education valuable? Did it teach them anything really useful in life? No. If anything, it has crippled them intellectually. But if Michigan could only beat Ohio State, well, then there’s something to cheer for. Suddenly, a six-figure education is worth the money if Michigan could beat Ohio State only one day a year. Or, as usually happens, Ohio State wins and justifies all the wasted effort in those educations with a rallying cry all the students and their parents can enjoy. This dominating sports program serves as the face of the school. Meanwhile, all the bad work is done behind the scenes; all the wrong things are taught for reasons that only serve a criminal enterprise in public service.
It’s just something I noticed as the students rushed the field at the end of the game, where Michigan won the game. The pent-up energy was more than a victory; it was a justification for their belief in a system that has let them down. The results of the football game at least gave them some lipstick for the pig. But it had emptied their bank accounts on another kind of theft, the looting of minds that might otherwise function from intelligence. But it’s not all bad. Education is the most important thing we do, but its responsibility cannot come from the criminal class, the public servants who do those jobs because they are too lazy for anything else in life. No, the education for things in life must come from you. You must not look to others to educate you; you must do it yourself. And it doesn’t end with a college degree, a $400,000 house, and 2.5 kids in a flat marriage to someone stuck in the same rut. No, education is every Saturday morning from 5 AM to noon, or every morning from 4:30 AM to about 7 AM, reading books, voluminous amounts of books, the great classics, popular fiction, modern commentary, speculative sciences, sciences, the religions of the world. Everything that’s going on, I can see it all very clearly, but then I function every day in the manner I commented. I get up early every morning, and I read. And on weekends, I usually read for 6 or 7 hours per day before everyone else gets up and does things.
You do that kind of thing all your life, no matter how young you are or how old you get. You educate yourself by feeding your mind good things. You can still watch the Ohio State, Michigan games. It comes on at noon. You can still do your weekly chores. You can still run the kids around town and drop them off where they want to go. But while you’re waiting on things, you read a book instead of wasting time on Facebook updating your profile picture to people who really could care less about it. They only give you a vote because they want the same from you. Instead of wasting your time, feed your mind, make yourself truly smart, and only then will the blatant antics of these modern government crimes become apparent because the criminals count on everyone not to see what they are doing. And the dumber you allow yourself to be, the more you trust the education they gave you, the more crime we will see in our society. And they’ll do it until we stop it, and the results of the Michigan game won’t prevent it.