Re: What Would Happen If the Academic Bureaucracy Levelled With Itself?

jrs (
Thu, 21 Nov 1996 10:38:31 -0500 (Ed Conrad) wrote:

>> Bob Whitaker <> hit a bull's-eye when he wrote
>> (to sci.anthropology and a few other news groups)


>You've said a mouthful, Bob, and -- I have to hand it to you --
>you've said it very well.

>Academe is INDEED a multi-billion-dollar, self-perpetuating,
>self-selected bureaucracy -- and the only ``truth' it dispenses
>is what it decides to give out.
>Even when it is fully aware that a particular ``truth" is total
>Its ``product" unquestionably is, at all times, a predictable result
>of its complete and utter bias.

>I offer one glowing example.
>Academe's adamant, unyielding stance concerning man's evolutionary
>inhuman origin has absolutely no basis in fact.
>Even worse, when challenged with facts and evidence --
>-- it resorts to despicable antics of deceipt, dishonesty, coverup and
>foul play.

>The Wheels of Vested Interests keep right on rolling along.
>Thanks, Robert,, for your keen insight in sizing up a deplorable
>situation and for having the courage to call a spade a spade.

ByGod, Mr. Watson! This is a momentous discovery!