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Friday, September 26, 2014

Yet another reason to not attend a University

A professor from Delaware State is telling Liberians that the USA "manufactured" Ebola.

Yes, yes, really.  He really is saying that.  Only as bad as that sounds, he manages to make it sound even worse.

Worse, in the same breath, the semi-intelligible article suggests groups trying to stop the epidemic — Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization and Doctors Without Borders — are all somehow in on it. The piece puts them on a list of those “implicated in selecting and enticing African countries to participate in the testing events.” 
Broderick, who is listed as an associate professor in the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Delaware State University, defended his article in a brief interview with The Washington Post. “There are many references to what was contained in my letter,” he said. “You may read the letter and double-check the sources listed. They are available and legitimate.”

Between nutjobs like this, false rape accusations, Marxist indoctrination, six-figure debt and worthless degrees, there are few reasons for anyone who isn't going into the hard sciences to actually attend a university.

And you can chalk this loon up there with the people who claim that the USA invented AIDS to keep the black man down.  Same fruitcake, different pan.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The problem is that you still need the accrediation that the University gives you. You still need that piece of paper to have credibility in most workplaces.

Ragin' Dave said...

Yes, but for what job? If you are going to school to gain real, honest skills then that degree might be what you pay for it. But how many people out there have a BA in some sort of "Arts" or "Studies" degree, and can't do anything except make me my coffee?

If you work in a place that requires a fancy piece of paper to get in the door, but it doesn't matter what that fancy piece of paper is or what you can do, then get an online degree and tell the indoctrination hives of stupidity to take a long walk off a short pier.