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Re: the great breeding programme of new zealand

Posted by alexandra_k on August 7, 2020, at 19:09:46

In reply to Re: the great breeding programme of new zealand, posted by alexandra_k on August 7, 2020, at 18:56:25

So why didn't anybody say anything before?

People must have known.

It's disingenuous to think that the council did not know exactly what they were doing in writing their Calendar Regulations.

When you look at the laws of breach and statutory duty and negligence it really couldn't be any clearer of a case.

Their own regulations are in violation of the laws. THe laws provide express protection for domestic adults who are eligible to study what they apply to study.

Their own regulations say people must apply under a 'category' and there is no category for 'domestic studnets who have attained the age of 20 years who have completed a degree -- where that degree was completed more than 5 years ago' not for med. But they don't get to decide eligibility conditions for domestic adults. Whether they have a degree or not is irrelevnat. Where they go thteir degree is irrelevant. Whether they look like a juicy rape target it irrelevant.

The 5 year thing is about what has happened within the NZ education system in more recent yeas. As the corruption gains momentum as business as usual. As they have developed the 'third year bottleneck' which basically gives the council the discretion to alter grades in time to justify their decisions abuot selection.

So GPA isn't earned independently of the council, I mean to say. When it comes to Medical applicaitons they set a route whereby they say you are required to apply in the year you are enrolled in the programme... But they decide who gets interviewed really early so only first semester grades are back. So later in the year when they decide what grades to give people for their second semester courses they can alter them to render them 'ineligible'.

So they do just basically pick whomever they like.

And the reasons for why they like.... Well... There's just an endless stream of 'wrongful death' in the courts. And I keep hearing that students are supposed to write reflective essays or whatever because the motivational inspirers like to read all the SVU stories of the trauma the students are experiencing of all the things they're told they're required to do in the public hospitals... the obg exams etc... I mean... HOw many years of 'I don't think we should have done that we didn't get consents' do they want to hear? Trophy essays. That make them feel powerful. I guess. So their lives feel meaningful. I don't know. To normalise their own journey through medical school since they were picked out of High School 50+ years ago or whatever the f*ck.





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