Aged 12, and having failed an entrance exam for a small, private school in Northern England, my mother made me feel good with her sense that its vibe was basically unworthy anyway.
Her giving wisdom, through which I always felt on the best route, quoted other parents as content with early subject specialism, since keeping a diverse subject range ‘was not an earner’.
Here, amongst the ambitious British middle class, was a contentment to have childrens’ learning cater for the focussing criteria set by prospective corporate and government employers, rather than to have individual free-thinking engendered by exploration, conversation and the corollaries of interdisciplinary comparison.
This early focussing of education — accepted by parents hungry for the valueless, printed money issued by the instigators of the same — created, as graduates, only blind executives: financially motivated to operate on behalf of employers, whilst not understanding the substance or context of their actions, such had been the enslaving effect of the tunnel vision of premature specialisation, channeling them, each, to a separate, impotent, padded blindness. We have seen the result of this hypnosis of the professional pawns charged with relaying the #Scamdemic and #ClimateCO2N hoaxes.
As the early manipulators of voltage, who created switching computers from patterns of energy in wires, must have noted, to compare is to think; and to think is to assign one’s own notion of true value to any phenomenon.
By making comparisons, instead of being isolated by a blindness conferred by convenience-acceptance of another’s lies, just souls converge, independently, on light. While this journey finishes with God, its path is the holistic appraisal of reality that — like honest capitalism, and not cabalism — caters for real need, instead of contriving fake desire through deception.
That is why the Land of the Free is the land of the market, not of the employer. The simpler any transaction’s structure, the less corruptible and more purely divine it remains.