This is an interesting followup to Stephan Molyneux's discussion of the implications of low IQ. The "right answer" mentality of the exam process has also turned thinking into something to avoid. When one of my high school English students piped up about whether or not something would be on the exam, I told them that the most important things in life aren't on any exam. Of course, recognition of pattern is the foundation of science, and they get into that ...
The Kev Baker Show
Published on Sep 9, 2018
Anthony Patch examines the downward trending of IQ as a deliberate destruction of cognitive thinking, citing the social engineering conducted at Universities, creating ‘black cube’ echo chambers devoid of critical, evidence based empirical thinking. And, encouraging listeners to reach out to those around them caught up in this psychological operation, helping them to see from a ‘30,000-foot perspective’ that we are all being gamed.