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Education and Learning should be a lifelong mission. We should educate our minds on as much truth as possible. Universities used to be a good place to continue our education, but are they still? For doctors, lawyers, scientists, etc. there is no getting around a college indoctrination… um, I mean – education. College used to look like a good “investment” because earning a degree usually entailed at least some serious work and having done it set the individual apart. Having that degree was a competitive advantage in landing a job, but success always depended on personal performance rather than educational pedigree. College itself isn’t an investment, just one way of increasing your value.

These days, with the labor market saturated with college graduates, the time and money spent on college is often wasted. What young Americans should think is, “How can I raise my value and demonstrate it?” That might best be done in college, but not necessarily. As Mike Rowe, former TV host of ‘Dirty Jobs’ points out in 2013, “Hell, there are 155,000 janitors with bachelor degrees right now, according to Bob Morse, who is the director of data research at U.S. News and World Report — the magazine that produces its definitive college rankings every year. That’s more people than there are chemists.”

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Chronological History of Universities and their Corruption

Grand Jury Proceeding for Covid-19 Crimes Against Humanity Begin

Grand Jury Proceeding for Covid-19 Crimes Against Humanity Begin

On Saturday 5 February 2022 lawyers gave their opening statements at the Grand Jury Proceeding by the Peoples´ Court of Public Opinion, an international natural law court.  Attorney at Law Dr. Reiner Fuellmich from Germany gave his opening statement which included an overview of the expert witnesses that will testify before the court.  PDF of Grand Jury Proceedings Day 1: Below is the video of Dr ...
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Columbia Study: True U.S. COVID Vaccine Death Count is 400,000 thru Dec 3rd

Columbia Study: True U.S. COVID Vaccine Death Count is 400,000 thru Dec 3rd

Other estimates of underreporting on CDC’s VAERS site much higher. The CDC’s latest count of deaths attributed to COVID-19 vaccines is nearly 20,000, but a study by researchers at Columbia University estimates the actual number is 20 times higher. The Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, or VAERS, reports 19,886 deaths, 102,857 hospitalizations and a total of 946,461 adverse events due to COVID-19 vaccines through Dec. 3 ...
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The German Club of Clear Words Report: Exposes the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam

The German Club of Clear Words Report: Exposes the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam

The video below, by the German Club Der Klaren Worte, or the Club of Clear Words, takes a deep dive into the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam. The audio is in German but there is a captioned translation at the bottom of the video. See PDF report HERE LifeSiteNews’ editor’s note: To view English, or other language subtitles in the video, ...
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Harvard Hires New Chaplain who does not believe in God, claims US politics is his true religion

Harvard Hires New Chaplain who does not believe in God, claims US politics is his true religion

A university founded on Christian faith has strayed from its values and become a reflection of the 'nones' culture. (LifeSiteNews) — It’s 2021, and anything is possible. A man can be a woman. A woman can be a man. A man can get pregnant. There are so many genders you can identify as pretty much anything you’d like to — the trans-racial trend is just around the corner. In fact, definitions ...
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Hate Hoax: ‘Noose’ Reported on College Campus Turns Out to Be US Flag on Construction Crane

Hate Hoax: ‘Noose’ Reported on College Campus Turns Out to Be US Flag on Construction Crane

A construction company building a parking structure at Central Connecticut State University raised up a US flag at the end of a steel cable on a crane for the Memorial Day holiday weekend. The construction company wanted to honor military personnel by displaying an American flag for Memorial Day, but a complaint that the cable was a noose sent campus officials scrambling to take down the ...
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