Imposing Agendas

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In nature things happen all over, all at once. There’s no hierarchy, no top. No first, no last. No middle. No one, nothing, is in charge. Changes emerge. Complexity emerges. Incredibly intricate and beautiful things happen. Overstocked human populations however, like immature egoists, want things a certain way.
That’s natural for partially sentient humans, but very dangerous if actually empowered. Regardless, school is the perfect tool, essential, for imposing coordinated agendas on large populations.
If everyone were a gatherer, a dictator would need a school to turn everyone into a hunter. If everyone were a hunter, a dictator would need a school to turn everyone into a farmer. If everyone were a farmer, a dictator would need a school to turn everyone into a miner, a sailor, a factory worker.
It’s pretty funny to see schools then also spring up pretending to be for mine owners, for generals. No, no, the real generals, the real Napoleons will figure it out for themselves. The emperor of Austria had gone to emperor school — from birth; Napoleon was just born to grab, to destroy: an onanist of self-anointing, the perfect non-schooled human being.

Above, as usual, I wax highly metaphoric on more than one thing. There is of course no emperor school; princes are merely steeped in demands coated in indulgences.
There’s a funny peripety (peripeteia) in history also that could be mentioned: once school taught classical learning to a few privileged: Hamlet, Laertes, Rosenkratz … off at Wittenberg, with Gildenstern.

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern
Rosenkratz off at Wittenberg with Gildenstern
thanx guardian

The delusions of democracy use schools to pretend that privilege can be made magically universal. And the group will permit nothing to be done about it till everyone has been burned.

School’s Purpose

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Seems to me that some modicum of honesty is requisite to intelligence. If we look in the mirror and see not kleptocrats but Christians, we’re still in the same old trouble.
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