Education and Age were major variables determining how people voted on Brexit - News Report

One has to love the premise that "school" = "education". If schooling really were so important, then why are the Remains so insistent of having more and more immigrants from people with neither schooling nor the ability to speak/write English?

That was the question that Boris' namesake, Mr. Johnson, asked; but he was unable to get an answer. The same question is asked here in the United States, in a slightly different way. Why should people with African and South and Central American heritage, who are citizens, vote for politicians who want to import - illegally - the very workers who will compete with them for jobs?

I can understand how, in a purely Marxist sense, this is "bad" news for "capital". I can surely understand how this is really "bad" news for the educated, almost all of whom depend on either direct government funding or the compulsions of the regulatory state for their jobs. (Stupid question: What is it that the 117,000 employees of the Department of Justice actually do, given the fact that every Federal agency has their own legal staff?)

What remains puzzling is why the old people should be considered immoral for voting in favor of their share of the spoils while the young and educated are part of the "progress" that comes from having people learn subjects that qualify them to neither take out the garbage nor understand how waste disposal can be better engineered.

Professors teaching environmental engineering throughout the world: roughly 800

Professors teaching sociology throughout the world: roughly 35,000

What should scare the American globalists, whether they are Paul Ryan or Hillary Clinton, is the fact that there is now a vocal opposition, with a candidate who is actually proud to have received the votes of "the uneducated" citizens.

The solution, of course, is to remove us "old" people from the voter rolls.





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  1. Gregory Rehmke on July 4, 2016 12:20 am

    Not sure how best to measure total numbers of environmental engineers or professors. But every campus I speak at seems to have multiple environmental programs in business, engineering, education, and other departments.

    Beyond the AEESP you link to (Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors https://www.aeesp.org/

    I see these additional environmental associations online:

    American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES)
    “AAEES currently has nearly 3,000 members ranging from Student Members, AAEES Members, Board Certified Environmental Engineering Members, Board Certified Environmental Engineers, and Board Certified Environmental Scientists.”

    Drexel also lists:


    http://www.ipep.org Institute of Professional Environmental Practice

    http://www.abet.org Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology

    Then there is:

    Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists

    Plus other engineering associations have environmental related programs (sustainable engineering in civil engineering assoc., for example)

    But maybe your link is best, as it seems limited to professors of environmental engineering.


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