Ripped Off! - Muslim Miffed at her Arts Re-Education

August 26, 2013


shutterstock_13230415.jpg(left, arts grad, not Inas, searches in vain for job.)




"Due to my Islamic background, I had a blueprint and a philosophy of life, which saved me from Communist brainwashing.  I agree it is better to stick to a technical profession which might translate into a skill and career."



(This was in reply to "Universities are Instruments of Masonic Subversion: My Story" )


by Inas
(henrymakow.com)



I graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Toronto.  After completing of my degree, I had no marketable skills, can't find a job and have no idea what to do for a career. 

My courses didn't contain any thoughtful books or materials, and were sub-level intellectual material.  Majority of professors did indeed look like creeps; some of them included a former stripper, and Communists from the Soviet Union. 

I once borrowed the book, "Protocols of the Elders of Zion." It was not even overdue, yet I received a call from the library telling me to make sure to returned it!

One event was held on campus where a 'professor' lectured on his book that asserted that God does not exist. His book had the most elementary and childish assertions.  He asserted that the Bible is a faulty revelation containing many mistakes. I questioned him in the audience Q&A and asked if he had examined whether the Quran was free of faults. He had no reply, and simply brushed me away!

Such imposters are dressing themselves as intellectuals and masters of learning. The fact that religion can be openly ridiculed is utterly disgusting and points to an Illuminati takeover of education. In university, there are no objective grading standards, and usually good grades go to students who parrot the professors ideas.  

WOMYN'S STUDIES

For my electives, I took two courses on women's studies, and to my shock the entire courses were  about gays and lesbians.  According to the professor, women (who were oppressed by patriarchal culture) can learn from the oppression of homosexuals.  To my further surprise, many bogus theories were pushed down the throats of students in this course; garbage being passed off as 'academics'. 

A sociology course was taught by a 'gay' teacher, and had told students to write on gay marriages, and again the whole course which was about society's issues, had been hijacked for homosexual agenda. In a mysterious occurrence, I had once witnessed a job firing of a professor who taught Islamic studies.  His courses became popular with the students and explain to me that it was some 'jealousy' issues, that ended his career at this campus.

I completely agree that universities are not free institutions. Far from just 'discouraging' free thought, they have become institutions that might persecute you, if you speak in any way that challenges the latest shibboleths of the ruling elite.  There are instances of professors being harassed at American universities for writing and lecturing against Israeli control of US foreign policy. 

I believe that a university is no place for any person who would like to think for himself. It is much better, for individuals to enlighten themselves at home, and write articles to raise their voices.

After attending university, I have come to realize that many professors do not have any 'moral' status, or good 'character'.  This factor is often dismissed, or seen as unimportant, but I believe that a learning institution is a place that molds citizen and molds humanness in us, to help us realize that our place in a universe is more than that of an animal. 

That humanity requires us to act according to a higher righteous self. Due to my Islamic background, I had a blueprint and a philosophy of life, which saved me from Communist brainwashing.  I agree it is better to stick to technical profession which might translate into a skill and career. The rest is garbage.  Now I sit, with thousands of dollars owing to debt, with no clear prospect of a career. 

I feel duped into thinking I had undertaken some sort of 'intellectual' pursuit, when in fact the opposite is true.


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Related - Makow "How University Betrays Students"


Comments for "Ripped Off! - Muslim Miffed at her Arts Re-Education "

Al Thompson said (August 27, 2013):

One of the worst experiences of my life was going to college with a major in political science. There is no such thing as science when it comes to politics. I was taught socialist economics and communism, and this is why I understand these doctrines as I learned them in college. I was there in the late sixties and it was the same then as it is now. The only difference is that history majors could get good jobs in various industries, but that isn't true today. You must learn something technical which actually requires some learned skills.

In my opinion, I think government and religions are the main culprits in lowering the moral standards down to an intolerable level. Without a solid moral standard, mankind is left to the depravity of a satanist culture where failure is success.
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Understanding this concept is important. The desired result in a satanist culture is the failure of mankind. Life tends to be bad when following satanic principles. That's the whole purpose of it. So it is important to recognize these things and then make the proper adjustments. I don't care for any religions much because relying on someone else's scribble is dangerous.

However, in using the commandments and the natural law, I find that I get much better results without the drama of religious arguments. The natural law is the same for everyone and everyone is subject to it. There's really no argument about that. If I keep myself under natural law, then everything I do works to my benefit. This is a simple concept but that isn't discussed very much in college. We would have such rotten governments, if natural laws were taught to young people.

I think it is better for a young person to start thinking for himself and stop funding these institutions of self-inflicted mental retardation. Learn how to provide a product or a service that will make you some money, and get the skills necessary to get it done. Don't every rely on any degree such as "liberal arts" which is essentially worthless.

When making personal judgments about things, I suggest that you look at the results. They are always self-evident. If you think Islam is good, then look at the conditions of their lives and then ask yourself is this good or is it bad? Same thing would go for Christian, Judaism, and other religions. Look at the results. Look at the fruit of the tree and that will tell you all you need to know.

http://verydumbgovernment.blogspot.com/2013/07/gods-world-order-vs-new-world-order.html


Dan said (August 26, 2013):

Inas wrote, "For my electives, I took two courses on women's studies, and to my shock the entire courses were about gays and lesbians. According to the professor, women (who were oppressed by patriarchal culture) can learn from the oppression of homosexuals."

I've seen it. They get the women to believe 'discrimination' against homosexual 'equality' is the same thing as discrimination against female equality.

They've tried to equate it to race, but blacks rejected the comparison of sodomy and civil rights.

They have gotten the women who've never known any homosexuals to sympathize with the cutesy image of TV sit com gays. Gays on TV sitcoms lie 'Will & Grace' appeal to subconscious 'mothering' instincts in women because they're like pre-pubescent, harmless little boys. That's who the church women think they are defending.

I've observed that the men in my church don't lead. Our 'baby boomer' generation were taught to think men have to see if it's okay with the women first before making a decision. Right there, men have defaulted leadership, because if the men already know something is right or wrong - don't stop to ask anybody if it's 'okay' to act accordingly.

Natural Law - when the men don't lead, some of the women will do it. But they would not do it if the men would lead.
Once something has reached the point where the women are speaking up and the men stay silent, the subversives have won.

Julius Caesar, Aristotle and others wrote about this stuff. It's true.


Richard said (August 26, 2013):


College loans have become a usurious racket on par with 'payday loans', and students are basically paying off exponential compounded interest to pay for their own brainwashing. Any student who even inadvertently contradicts the program in an essay or research proposal will be punished, and if they persist, they'll be blacklisted. Where employment is related the blacklisting started by a college professor can extend far beyond the campus, as Hamad Subani said in an earlier article.


JG said (August 26, 2013):

Thank you for this interesting article.

Yes, the "Marxist Beast"has infiltrated almost all of the major universities that receive government tax dollars.

Student debt is at an all time high along with college grads who can't find a job in their field.
Schools and universities have become institutions for the indoctrination of "political correctness" first and learning second.

I learned the value of a college education from the university book store. You had to buy a pre-selected book ordered by your college professor for $100 and then when you turned the book back in you got maybe $8.

Is it really a wonder that a lot of high school and college grads can't find certain states or countries on a map? Or, maybe it's because that kind of knowledge is irrelevant and outdated.
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HR replies:

I am not being apologetic about Lenin and he was no less evil. It was the concentration of power created by the Soviet system that lead to infighting, in which the actual Wall Street candidate (Trotsky) ended up being briefly sidestepped. And until power could be restored, the “global revolution” had to be put on hold. Things could have been far worse had the infighting not taken place.


MJ said (August 26, 2013):

I have enjoyed reading Br. Hamad's submissions it is always lovely to touch base to the many truths given in this website.

What conclusions can we draw, what warnings, what glad tidings and what concerns.

Truthfully as a teenager I remember studying the 2nd WW and wondering why Hitler did not go on and capture Moscow and why he proceeded to embark on a military campaign despite the onset of winter.
So we stand here today, at a major soon to be turning point in WW3 and make no mistake we are in its midst.

The smoke and mirrors images and false dichotomies are ending.

The fake or false words called propaganda are coming to light.

Truth is one
Falsehood many.

The truth is that all these machinations are there to fight His religion on earth.

The same religion of all the Prophets with the Creed," Worship your lord he is One."

This is what Adam believed in, what Noah believed in, what Abraham believed in and Jesus believed in along with the final brick in the wall of the Prophethood Muhammed Peace be upon them all.

They used the word deracinate which means to wipe out Islam( which means submission to the will of God) and this is their final goal.

They will not succeed and God willing this will infuriate them, but May they perish in their rage. Amen.

They think that by their shock and awe and their planning to scare off others however true believers are not swayed because they have God in their hearts, and minds.

Someone should tell them about Satan's disavowal on the day of judgement, according to the Quran:

And Shaitan (Satan) will say when the matter has been decided: "Verily, Allah promised you a promise of truth. And I too promised you, but I betrayed you. I had no authority over you except that I called you, so you responded to me. So blame me not, but blame yourselves. I cannot help you, nor can you help me. I deny your former act in associating me (Satan) as a partner with Allah (by obeying me in the life of the world). Verily, there is a painful torment for the Zalimoon (polytheists and wrong-doers, etc.)." (Quran 14:22)

and also the abode for Satan and His followers will be the fire.


Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at