Saturday, September 24, 2011

The Functions of the Antiversity

By Nicholas Stix

Today’s antiversity has seven main functions:

1. To use students, in order to steal from the taxpayer, and spread the loot among the political forces controlling campuses;

2. To create political power bases;

3. To make the economy subservient to the higher ed cartel;

4. To propagandize and sell books to captive audiences;

5. To produce an endless stream of pseudo-scholarship, in order bring about a racial socialist dictatorship;

6. To promote pseudo-religions, in order to replace Christianity; and

7. To crush dissent.

Previously, at WEJB/NSU, on the same topic:

“Two Credos: The University and the Antiversity.”

1 comment:

The Man said...

I like antiversity but prefer "institution of higher drinking!"