Quotes Suitable for Framing: Thomas Sowell

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  1. “Dumbed down education” – I thank God that I never attended an academic institution of so-called higher learning. Naval Nuclear Power School was as close as I got, and the Navy had no time inculcating nonsense idiocy into submarine reactor operators. I work in a company with many people having MS and PhD degrees, etc. They have all the pedigreed “qualifications.” But they don’t know a darn thing about commercial nuclear power. Indeed, they don’t know anything about history, language, religion, etc. What they have been taught to believe is liberal progressive idiocy. Any history prior to their birth is irrelevant. Any religion other than secularism and Islam is offensive and inhumane. Any ancient language isn’t worth knowing because (they have been taught) we are so far advanced now that the wisdom of the past is superseded by the prowess of the instant communication available on our cell phones. I am disgusted at the arrogance and hubris of these people who have been educated into imbecility, whose divinity is goddess Gaia, whose religion is eco-wacko enviro-nazism and whose apocalypse is anthropogenic global warming. Their twittering and FB narcissism defines who and what they are – a people who one day will be remembered as the odiferous contents of the trash bin of history.

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