‘Why Do I Even Bother?’ (2013)

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It only looks like Orion because of where we are when we see it.

Is there really Secret Knowledge that comes down to us FROM ORION?

Hint: No.

Why Do I Even Bother?

The things that people think they know! You sort of stumble into a conversation, and the next thing you know, you’re being lectured about Space Brothers who built the Pyramids and still pop in now and then to help us with our laundry.

This from the costliest and most intrusive “education” system ever devised in world history.

‘Your Public Education Dollars at Work’

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Not a real place!

American “education” is the costliest fiasco in all of human history.

How many college graduates understand that constellations are not real places?

Your Public Education Dollars at Work

Well, like John Dewey said, the purpose of education is not to make people smarter and more self-reliant. The aim of education is to make them manageable. By elites.

All-wise, all-powerful Space Brothers from Orion… You don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

‘Your Public Education Dollars at Work'(2014)

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I’m sorry, but it just sets me off whenever I hear anyone invoke those “Annunaki from Orion”–and then try to calculate how much public money has been spent on this person’s education.

Your Public Education Dollars at Work

I remember, back in the 1990s, when my home state of New Jersey got its first $100,000-a-year public school teacher.

If they can’t get kids to understand that no such place as “Orion” actually exists, teachers shouldn’t be paid anything at all.

Official and Bona Fide Video of Honest-to-Pete Japanese Nephilim

“This is not fake!” an organization called “Conspiratruth” assures us. Well, you coulda fooled me.

That “giants in the earth” verse in the Bible (Genesis 6:4) has inspired an awful lot of twaddle. The Hebrew word doesn’t mean “genuine 15-foot tall giants who require special exemption to the laws of gravity so that their otherwise human skeletons don’t collapse,” but never mind. You don’t have to call them “nephilim.” You can call them “Annunaki.” They’re from Orion. There is not really any such place as Orion, but never mind.

The folks in this footage, otherwise occupied by some kind of military parade, seem to take the giant in their stride.

How many people, educated at great cost to the public and to their families, believe in conspiracy theories? In Annunaki from Orion? In “You can keep your doctor”?

*Sigh*…