Psycho-Babble Administration Thread 1111015

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Babble, a supportive milieux

Posted by Toph on June 24, 2020, at 15:04:06

So if you, for genuinely noble reasons, established a facility for the homeless. You offered comfort, 24-hour protection and sustenance as best available. You tried to involve members to monitor and discipline participants who appeared to threaten the wellbeing of others. Almost everything for years went well and most felt supported and sustained by the refuge.

Then, for whatever reason, people found alternative safe places to rest, congregate and identify. Would you understand and forgive the founder who abandoned his haven leaving many dependent residents to fend for themselves?

Or would you forgive the founder of a precept who's intent was the creation of a safe place with a moral code of human conduct benefiting the society, even though it occasionally harmed and segregated many minority participants? Is Babble a biased, oppressive place or a warm, supportive haven for a fringe population of psychologically challenged individuals needing support from like-minded, biochemically impaired, and emotionally fragile individuals?

It was primarily the later for me at one time. I wish it were a sanctuary for me again, regardless of it's imperfections and mine.

 

Re: Huh?

Posted by Toph on June 25, 2020, at 7:27:49

In reply to Babble, a supportive milieux, posted by Toph on June 24, 2020, at 15:04:06

Sorry, sometimes I slip into a fugue state, and looking back I don' t know what I was thinking really. Alcohol may have been involved.

 

Re: Babble, a supportive milieux » Toph

Posted by alexandra_k on June 26, 2020, at 16:04:42

In reply to Babble, a supportive milieux, posted by Toph on June 24, 2020, at 15:04:06

(((Toph)))

I miss many things about how this place used to be, too.

And the people, yeah.

 

Re: Babble, a supportive milieux

Posted by alexandra_k on June 26, 2020, at 20:02:36

In reply to Babble, a supportive milieux, posted by Toph on June 24, 2020, at 15:04:06

What is going on for ya?

I hope it may be a safe place, still. I am sorry that many people who used to be here aren't here anymore.

I feel sad when I see pages and pages of mostly my posting name.

I suppose I should be here, less. Then others would be here, more. Proportionately even if not as frequently.

But enough about me. What is going on in your life?

 

Re: Babble, a supportive milieux

Posted by ert on June 28, 2020, at 15:13:08

In reply to Babble, a supportive milieux, posted by Toph on June 24, 2020, at 15:04:06

theft, lies, coercion, misleading statements and the generation of money with misappropriated protected health information and copyrights is neither morally nor ethically right and it violates many laws.

if it had started ethically approved by an ethical board and if they had had their decisional power by granting the participants the revoke clause (many of whom had been unaware of their rights) then it would not have been an illegal and morally bad project.

I don't say that the support by some participants is bad. they are not responsible. the participants are not the problem. but Hsiung is and still is.

 

Re: Babble, a supportive milieux

Posted by ert on June 28, 2020, at 15:51:59

In reply to Re: Babble, a supportive milieux, posted by ert on June 28, 2020, at 15:13:08

> theft, lies, coercion, misleading statements and the generation of money with misappropriated protected health information and copyrights is neither morally nor ethically right and it violates many laws.
>
> if it had started ethically approved by an ethical board and if they had had their decisional power by granting the participants the revoke clause (many of whom had been unaware of their rights) then it would not have been an illegal and morally bad project.
>
> I don't say that the support by some participants is bad. they are not responsible. the participants are not the problem. but Hsiung is and still is.


I can understand that some active participants got habituated and social bonds might have been established. Some participants may have given or received usable advice or some participants maybe not. It is obvious that many former participants and current participants have never known their rights. It also is obvious that active and former participants are caring and responsibly acting people.

In terms of rights, the participants are exploited by the ruler.

 

Re: lack of trust and integrity

Posted by ert on July 5, 2020, at 21:48:46

In reply to Re: Babble, a supportive milieux, posted by ert on June 28, 2020, at 15:51:59

> > theft, lies, coercion, misleading statements and the generation of money with misappropriated protected health information and copyrights is neither morally nor ethically right and it violates many laws.
> >
> > if it had started ethically approved by an ethical board and if they had had their decisional power by granting the participants the revoke clause (many of whom had been unaware of their rights) then it would not have been an illegal and morally bad project.
> >
> > I don't say that the support by some participants is bad. they are not responsible. the participants are not the problem. but Hsiung is and still is.
>
>
> I can understand that some active participants got habituated and social bonds might have been established. Some participants may have given or received usable advice or some participants maybe not. It is obvious that many former participants and current participants have never known their rights. It also is obvious that active and former participants are caring and responsibly acting people.
>
> In terms of rights, the participants are exploited by the ruler.

With so much on the line, its urgent that trustworthy companies build these 21st-century information arteries. Specifically, its critical that European countries not give control of their critical infrastructure to Chinese tech giants like Huawei, or ZTE.
Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo, Politico Europe, December 2, 2019

Keith Krach (Keith J. Krach)
Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment
: Huawei es una extensión del Partido Comunista Chino

It seems that they are concerned that huawei could steal with its 5g but they are not concerned if this llc here steals and publicly uploads phi and generates money.

What will our allies think about our trustworthiness ?

Actually I could send the canadian judges involved in the huawei litigations or in the dotcom litigations or for all prospective copyright trials information about the double morality, lack of enforcement of the laws and lack of respect as well as lack of legal certainty of signed international agreements.

 

Re: lack of trust and integrity

Posted by alexandra_k on July 8, 2020, at 4:48:53

In reply to Re: lack of trust and integrity, posted by ert on July 5, 2020, at 21:48:46

NZ is having an issue at the moment.

There are 18 people who have tested positive for Covid.

The Ministry of Health (apparently) sent an email to the personal email address of the Chief Executive of Auckland Emergency Helicopters Trust (or some such) which contained the names and addresses (or similar) of people who had returned positive tests.

Auckland Emergency Helicopters Trust (or some such) says the information should never have been given to a CE. It is for clinicians to use to make clinical decisions.

Anyway, the CE gave the information to a politician.

The politician sent the information to media. As evidence that the current governments present management of the Covid problem is shambolic.

Apparently he got legal advice that it was okay for him to do that.

The present government (The Minister of the State Services Commission is now also Minister of Health) decided to launch a QC led investigation / inquiry into the source of the breech.

He thought privacy would protect him, somehow...

Anyway...

 

Re: lack of trust and integrity

Posted by alexandra_k on July 8, 2020, at 6:48:00

In reply to Re: lack of trust and integrity, posted by alexandra_k on July 8, 2020, at 4:48:53

We don't have secure IT systems.

Our Universities got gutted (along with everything else). They didn't encourage the students who were competent, they didn't offer jobs to the students who were competent, they didn't invest in the development of competent systems.

So we have to purchase IT systems from overseas.

And since we think we are so very very very very very very very much cleverer than everything and everyone else in the world we think we do really really well at paying so little for so much...

Of course we are too stupid to see that we are basically just handing over all the data of all the people for foreign interests. Too stupid, even, to understand how much money the data would be worth. Just giving it away...

Apparently administrators (CEs and the like) have all the personal health data etc etc here. To decide what (if any) is relevant to give to clinicians. They don't think about how the people who design / administrate the software systems have administrator access... To alter or to change information, even, in the name of 'security'.

Scientific research...

Legal reports...

Student essays...

Just giving it away. Not even to the highest bidder.

For a country who has no choice but to take the high moral ground...

We are too stupid to even understand it.

 

Re: Support

Posted by Toph on July 9, 2020, at 13:38:11

In reply to Re: Babble, a supportive milieux, posted by alexandra_k on June 26, 2020, at 20:02:36

> What is going on for ya?
>

It's a strange world. Institutions other than Babble have failed us, harming many. The Earth is punishing us for our pride and avarice.

I am retired and harming myself with a sedentary existence. I seem hopelessly unable to free myself from the buzz of alcohol that I consume daily, and fail to conceal from my wife. I attempted to replace work with a fast car, photography, volunteer work and travel. I'm thinking of trying Naltrexone which purportedly will remove the fun of drinking. I fear all meaning will vanish, as stupid as that seems.

I hope you are OK Alex.

 

Re: Support » Toph

Posted by alexandra_k on July 9, 2020, at 18:10:21

In reply to Re: Support, posted by Toph on July 9, 2020, at 13:38:11

I had to look up 'avarice'. Yes.
The world is imploding, a little, because psychopathy got a little too prevalent.
The people who were focused on scrambling up some stupid hierarchy of their own advantage at everyone else's expense...
F*ck*d things up, rather.

I am similar to you, perhaps.
I have been retired (not allowed to work to international standards in a country that is very focused on scrambling up local hierarchy of relative advantage by way of *rs*-kissing and outpouring of sweet sweet lies that they want to hear about how glorious they are.
I start to consume alcohol, too, and sleep as much as I possibly can. It's about curling up and dying. Which is about wishing myself out of existence as much as I possibly can. Which is about being so inexpressibly unhappy with the fact that I was born, at all.

I am waiting on the courts. To see if there is justice. Or if corruption corruption corruption all the way up is the only thing that there is, here.

The courts statistics are that more than 70 per cent obtain written judgement within 1 month of the last thing filed. More than 90 per cent obtain written judgement within 3 months of the last thing filed. But there are a handful or two of cases that are more than 6 months outstanding.

Of course the court is attempting to say 'we don't accept your submission nonononononono it's not filed until we say that it's filed... there are pages missing...' --

But I have a CIV number and I have the fact that it was assigned to Justice Palmer. And I made an inquiry (which I am allowed to do) to the manager so the manager is required to ask of the judge when the written judgement is likely to be produced. So it's in the High Court. How NZ Universities refuse to process applications to enrol (for certain programs of study like Medicine and likely Law as well...) and refuse to confer qualifications when people have met requirements for them. Statemetns of how I 'might like to re-think wanting to enrol in a program when I think selection lacks integrity because those same people would be responsible for motivating and inspiring me'.

I've asked for them to be removed. The people who lacked reading comprehension. THe people who tried to turn it aroudn on me that they refused to do their jobs. The people who tried to bully me away. They needt o go.

They stole my life. They gave my life to the idiot children of officials so they could go on to rape and murder and assault and sexually abuse people with impunity.

They wanted do it for those reasons.

And these are the people who arranged that for them.

They need to go.

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> I attempted to replace work with a fast car, photography, volunteer work and travel.

Do you want to tell me stories about these things??

The only thing that helps me want to drink less is exercise. Because intense exercise puts me into the stupor-sleep thing. The approximation of non-existence.

I am not really okay.
Waiting..
Has become the story of my life.

I don't have plans to actively kill myself.

But I do feel like most of my life has been delay delay delay delay delay waste time waiting... Waiting... Delay... Just hold on. Nearly there...

I'm 40 and they haven't managed to process my college application for the Degree program of my choosing, yet.

I'm feeling like a chump. An idiot. A fool. That I came back to this hell hole and that I didn't kill myself years and years and years and years and years ago.

There we go.

The worst mistake of my life (aside from the birthing thing) was that I didn't succeed in killing myself at the first available opportunity.

What fun.

I'm sorry, Toph.

 

Re: Support

Posted by alexandra_k on July 9, 2020, at 18:23:19

In reply to Re: Support » Toph, posted by alexandra_k on July 9, 2020, at 18:10:21

I don't remember where you are based.
I don't know how the Covid thing is affecting your location.

I was reading something recently about how what happens over time is inequality gets to pronounced.
What levels things out is war, epidemic... I forget what else.
I predicted war was coming in my thesis that was submitted for examination end 2018.
I was thinking more about physical war and I wasn't entirely sure how, what the link would be.
I didn't think / forsee infectious disease. But that's the way it unfolded.
I didn't know that other people have said, more explicitly, about war and disease.

People die and then there aren't so many of the people who were being taken advantage of. Apparently that's it. That's the mechanism.
So food growers die and then it's hard to get people to make food for you.
So then the people with all the money need to start giving it to the workers to do the work -- or they won't get the fruits of their labour, anymore.

Governments are trying to do the 'right thing' with varying degrees of success...
There are government policies or strategies that can help shift the balance of power back to the people, more, so the disease part of things can kill less people.
But the people with the money refuse to share the money around and so people die people die people die until they understand or do the right thing or whatever...

It's very... Plagues of locusts.
Free the slaves. Living wage.

Countries are helping by stemming the flow of migrants.
Migrant workers are lured by false promises and broken dreams.
They move to a new country only to find exploitation as bad as where they came from, often.
So people flocking their way around the world...
Round and round...

They had to close the borders.
Can't rely on under the table cheap immigrant labour anymore.
You will have to pay citizens enough to do the work.
You will have to pay them.
You will have to pay them.
You will have to pay.

People just wont' do it.
So we have to pry their workers pay-checks from their dead little hands.

It is what it is.

 

Re: Support

Posted by alexandra_k on July 9, 2020, at 18:41:16

In reply to Re: Support, posted by alexandra_k on July 9, 2020, at 18:23:19

It has been nearly 2 months since the last submission to the courts. Which was my submission. The respondant refused to respond. Refuses to acknowledge me. They think I am 'vexatious' which just means they don't think there is anything that I can do about their corruption. They don't think the courts will process my documents.

They don't seem to realise that the courts don't get to choose what they will and won't process. They are required to process ALL the filings.

That's how come they like the statement of the rules to contain contradiction. So none of the filings are in accordance with the rules. So they can refuse to process any of the filings they choose they don't want to process by saying they aren't in accordance with the rules.

Are they going down that road??

I get emails from some... Receptionist?? Of the court to that affect. That it can't be accepted for whatever reason.

I think it's like when you go to a GP and reception asks you a million questions about why you want to see a doctor and says they are required to book you in to see a nurse for 20 minutes before you can see a doctor...

Until you go 'who are you?? seriously... why would I answer ANY of your questions at all?' And it's just like positioning a security guard outside the hospital to turn away 90 per cent of the people presenting so the DHB can say to the government that everyone who made it into the hospital (who got through security) was seen by a doctor within 9 hours. Or whatever.

It's about that.

I just mean to say that we all (were supposed to) give the respondant 5 weeks to respond. The respondant chose not to respond.

So reception tries to tell me my filing is 'incomplete'.. Not accepted...

So after giving the judge around 1 month to decide what to do... I inquire. Because there hasn't been a hearing or a conference scheduled and there hasn' tbeen a judgement. ANd I need thejudge to know I AM EXPECTING ONE.

Because that's how corrupt things are, here.

I need to pay $50 to complain that a lawyer I approached for legal aid help to file wasted 2 months of my time. Reformulated my complaint in an attempt to make it sound less-compelling (even to my ear) and then refused to follow instructions to file for summary judgement and then refused to follow instructions to make alternations and file for legal aid and then 'remembered' all of a sudden that he had a conflict.

I'm saying he is guilty of perversion of justice. He sent me many emails trying to bully me out of filing at all. He tried to construe the case so that legal aid wouldn't be obtained (which is sort of like trying to throw the case). He then comes up with some story about conflict (that is likely a lie).

The law society had a go at saying his behavior was justified... It was a bit bad that he didn't disclose conflict for 2 months. But given that he didn't think I would win, anyway, he wasn't going to represent me, anyway.

So I responded that he doesn't get both professional judgement and conflict. ONce I saw his professional judgement I knew it was a 'profesional judgement'.

Apparnetly I am supposed to feel sorry for him that it's a lot of paperwork for very little pay.

Lawyers shuld be required to do 60 hours or so of pro bono legal aid work every year as a requirement for their registration.

They are not.

They think they are justified in wiggling out of legal aid cases / bullying clients out of submitting for legal aid cases / construing them (thorowing them) so their application for legal aid is declined and the case never goes before the courts.

They think they are justified becuase legal aid pay is so low.

So then...

Force them to do pro bono. I mean to say... Remove the low pay. Replace it with no pay. Require tehm to do good work for no pay. 60 hours per year. Otherwise they cannot charge for their services. If they aren't capable then they can't charge for their services. If they don't serve justice. Then they can't charge for their services.

You are welcome.

 

Re: Support

Posted by ert on July 16, 2020, at 17:00:49

In reply to Re: Support, posted by alexandra_k on July 9, 2020, at 18:41:16

It is a bit sad to hear that New Zealand has so much difficulties to acknowledge your great talents, Alexandra.
Your writing skills are amazing and it really makes a difference. Its good that you had been born.
I hope that you can reap the full fruits with your thesis, so that you can finally loan a house. But at best is starting from the little and if youre happy it can get bigger. Thats a wisdom from the Ikigai. My husband told me about that Japanese sense of meaning to life.

I think the Prime Minister Ardern could possess some positive interferences with your wavelength.

There is information flowing from overseas computer systems in NZ to Chicago and the great leader makes money, not you.

The leader has maybe a somewhat different understanding of property and privacy than other people. The Emperors in China but also the establishment at other places in Asia like e.g. Japan did not like it too much when people had a lot of property. If not shared with everyone, people tried to hide it or showed it only in private. They also like to hide behind masks. During the traditional opera or at some other occasion. But I think its not only culture here, its maybe narcissistic too. The circumstances changed in the last thousand years.

There should be at least an independent data protection officer if nothing else is done or if much money is generated the ruler must be changed.

 

Re: Support » ert

Posted by alexandra_k on July 17, 2020, at 2:40:24

In reply to Re: Support, posted by ert on July 16, 2020, at 17:00:49

> It is a bit sad to hear that New Zealand has so much difficulties to acknowledge your great talents, Alexandra.
> Your writing skills are amazing and it really makes a difference. Its good that you had been born.

that is very kind of you to say. thank you. it means something nice to me to hear that, right now. thanks for being here. and thanks for being you. and thanks for chatting to me.

> I hope that you can reap the full fruits with your thesis, so that you can finally loan a house. But at best is starting from the little and if youre happy it can get bigger. Thats a wisdom from the Ikigai. My husband told me about that Japanese sense of meaning to life.

i only wrote the thesis because auckland told me that i was required to do that for eligibility for medicine and if i provided evidence of completion then they would process my application for medicine. but turns out they lied / misadvised me on all counts.

turns out that as a domestic student who has attained the age of 20 years I am eligible and in fact entitled to be enrolled in the program of my choosing.

they can supply special requirements from teenagers to persuade the council that they are capable of tertiary study / edult education. the council has discretion for teenagers. but i am 20 years old and the council gets no discretion when it comes to me. i am eligible. end story.

i wasted 20+ years of my life jumping through bull sh*t hoops set for me by the tertiary education system in NZ. they haven't done any of the things they were required to do by statute or by calendar regulation or by webpage information suppled by the univesrity.

they sent me letters of extortion demanding bribes and exit paymetns and facilitation payments. they misused government money by incorrectly double billing and incorrectly invoicing the tertiary education commission and my student loan and refusing to get scholarship funding to where it was supposed to go, too.

the judge stayed my statement of claim. i think he was maybe begging me to get a lawyer because i filed it myself and the respondant didn't respond and so he only has my statemnt of claim and lawyers did not help him figure out the issue or suggest reasonable reparation or anything like that -- in the interests of justice.

so he suggested i get a lawyer. and he said i needed to work on this bit or that bit because i hadn't really done that. so i will try. and explain that in over 70 pages of legal aid lawyers nobody i emailed agreed to help with an application for judicial review as an applicant. the lawyers just advised me not to file it. which was not helpeful of them.

and one lawyer wasted 2 months of my time to construe the issue less plausibly than me (i believe) so as to throw the case (i believe) or demonstrated his incompetence (i belive) before 'remembering' a conflcit that he believed excused him from having to file anything. so now i have to pay $50 to try and have the law soceity go after his registration, dodgey bastard.

that's not justice for me.

i think i should get a pay-out because it seems to me that the people who have profited most at my expense are the senior officials at universities who have received thousands of dollars of government money under the auspices of educating me while they refused to process any of my work or pass anything on to me (e.g., scholarship funding i was granted). they took hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of dollars for themselves every year. my $100,000 studnet loan is not even 1/4 of the previous VC of Auckland's salary for only 1 year.

When the previous VC of Auckland refused to process my application properly on appeal... over 2 years... how much of his salary should that be worth, to me?

where is justice for me??

> There is information flowing from overseas computer systems in NZ to Chicago and the great leader makes money, not you.

sigh. when i was living in dunedin i needed to apply for a rental house to live in. the rental agencies required applicants to upload their passport and drivers lisence and community services card and student identification card and probably bank card and all of their personal information... i think birth certificate... i think all the information... was required to be uploaded to this foreign website... otherwise the property managers would not process your application to live in a rental property. which means you would be forced to be homeless.

that's data security in new zealand.

that is to say there is no data security in new zealand.

nada.

zip.

zilch.

work supplied to universities (intellectual property) is fed into turnitin. that's a New York company, i think. the see what grade the uni gave it and everything. they do what they will with the ideas. with teh content. sell it to other studnets. who knows.

that's data security in new zealand.

just handing it over... handing it over... handing it over...

so i'm not particularly worried about what i post to this website. i don't see how anybody profits from what i post at my expense... i don' tsee how or why anybody would keep me poor to profit more from me than they would profit from me having a way of life too... i don't see it... i don't see how...

but this is about one of the only ways i have of showing the world that there's someone home. something going on inside me. that i'm not stupid. i'm not mean. i'm not vile. that i'm a thoughtful curious thinking human being. because i'm not interested in connecting with people via facebook or other forms of social media. i'm just not.

my 'friends' all turned out to be my biggest enemies irl. they turned out to want to keep me poor and dependent on them. they turned out to not want me to achieve any of my goals or plans or anything... so much for friends, huh. and all the years i supported them and was happy for things going well for them when things were going well for them. and they didnt' seem to want things to go well for me. and they seemed to prefer to stabogate things for me if they thought they could get away with it. so...

> There should be at least an independent data protection officer if nothing else is done or if much money is generated the ruler must be changed.

yeah.

i wouldn't mind a little house. i don't want a big house. i like to look after myself. not have a housekeeper. that means i need a small house if i don't want to be cleaning my house all of the time. something low maintainence. easy to care for. i wouldn't mind a bomb shelter or a bunker. i actually wouldn't mind owning the apartment i live in presently but i think it's owned by the university and the plan is to bulldoze it in the near future as part of the next hospital / university expansion development.

if i owned my apartment i would want to intall a heat pump (expenseive to install it in very very thick concrete walls). and have floor to ceiling shelving / bookcase / built in drawers / wardrobe running along the wall adjacent to my neighbour for sound insulation and storage. and have a better insulated thicker pile carpet. and plants... and better quality paint and a feature wall. and a mural on the outsdide wall that needs painting... i acutally really like my present apartment.

but the univeristy and hospital will likely bulldoze it. yeah.

 

Re: Support

Posted by alexandra_k on July 17, 2020, at 9:18:16

In reply to Re: Support » ert, posted by alexandra_k on July 17, 2020, at 2:40:24

I am remembering how bad things became, for a time, there, under the National Government, when I was living in Dunedin.

The local Work and Income Office is a place where Tertiary Students and Retired folks and people with disabilities. People looking for work. Etc etc go to to ask for help.

Food. Rent. Basics sort of help.

The positioned security guards outside who would state that anybody wishing to enter the building was required to hand their passport / birth certificate / over to the security guards before the security guards would open the doors and allow them to enter the building.

In this manner the local office was going to report back to government 'no people reporting for help in Dunedin. No people needing food or housing or government support or assistance at all in Dunedin'.

Not caring that people would be forced to prostitution and crime.

Intentionally forcing people to prostitution and crime.

For the sake of... How much money for the people?

Less than the salary of the VC of the University in the region, I'm sure.

All these 'government beneficiaries' these chief executives adn the like... Earning excess of $100,000 per year. It would be cheaper to house them in jail and pay their replacement a fair wage and one would still have change to allow habitable housing and healthy food for how many people?

It's f*ck*ng criminal.

F*ck*ng selfish psychopaths.

I wouldn't inflict Dunedin on my worst enemy. They treat people like absolute garbage if they think they can get away with it. And they do get away with it. People don't want to spend their lives arguing with idiotic psychopaths about garbage and they cannot function with the idiot psychopaths in the vicinity.

So they are forced to flee...

Tis a nasty place.

The University has money or whatever tied up in a professional sports team. Has given them a sponsorship. Has University name branding on their professional rugby jerseys.

The University didn't pay lecturers to teach sport and exercise science so they could continue offering the nations best sport and exercise science program.

The University took a well respected program and gutted it. Refused to pay the lectuerers. Refused to invest in the development of the program.

Decides it is a better use of it's money to... Advertise??? By having branding pasted on professional sports teams jerseys.

This is a Public University of New Zealand. NOt a private University. Not a private company. A public university with statutory duties and obligations towards the educations of adults (not towards the physical and mental and sexual abuse of teenagers) the education of adults.

They don't even know what the f*ck*ng program is or is supposed to be.

The council is too busy specially selecting which teenagers they have targeted to abuse next.

To do their statutory job and enrol and process the qualifications of adult learners to international (and not local) standards of scholarship.

There's nothing here.

 

Re: Support

Posted by alexandra_k on July 17, 2020, at 9:40:01

In reply to Re: Support, posted by alexandra_k on July 17, 2020, at 9:18:16

I think the most important thing that people need to understand is that there is very little in the way of private business in New Zealand.

Good business cannot thrive here because of the lack of Government laws and regulations and (more importantly) the lack of enforcement for the laws and regulations there are.

The Government does not even invest in collecting up all the tax money it is supposed to obtain given the present laws on taxation. The wealthiest individuals wiggle out of paying their taxes and the Government is either unwilling or unable to obtain the money they are entitled to collect from them.

So raising taxes is... A b*llsh*t diversion issue. Wealthy people can say 'yes, please, raise the tax rate! tax me more! go ahead!' because they don't pay taxes so it makes no difference. Because the government doesn't collect upon the tax money it is supposed to collect.

So back to how the Government doesn't need more money (or it would collect it) the problem is more that the Government doesn't actually know how to use or invest the money it's got. So... It prefers to leave the money in the hands of private individuals. Thinking they will make better decisions or use of it than they would.

I think that is the idea.

So, for example, when NZ quickly quickly quickly went into level 4 lockdown. And the supermarket workers needed face masks... The face masks were supplied to essential workers from stocks purchased and maintained by private businesses. Not by the public health system. Not from government stocks. The supermarket supply people and so on did a better job of quickly securing or purchasing things than the government departments did...

Anyway...

So back to how the major employer is still the government rather than private businesses.

That is so.

And the government pays chief executives and the like hundreds of thousands of dollars per year while the government forces other individuals to have a life of crime and prostitution because it refuses to supply them a living wage. It refuses to supply some with enough healthy food to be healthy and with housing that is adequate. It prefers to supply chief executives with far more than they can ever hope to spend on their own needs in their own lifetime and keeps others in inhumane deprivation.

And it isn't about natural ability and hard work.

Because I work hard. I produce research. And the highest paid individuals refuse to process my work. Refuse to process my work. Refuse to acknowledge the work that was done. Refuse to process the work.

It is corruption.

Simple as that. F*ck*ng selfish idiotic psychopathic thieves. Criminals, really. Stealing from the government. Refusing to spend the government money on what it's supposed to be spent on.

The scholarships at University do not get to the studnets a lot of the time.

People are not paid for the work that they do.

They are told 'do the work and then we will pay you'

But they don't.

I'm 40 years old... And they treat me like I'm intellectually handicapped retarded in teh brain ha haha ha ha they have all the money and I cry for handouts because they win the game of life...

Because they run this country into the ground.

Our Universities should not be allowed to enrol students when they lack the capacity to get the work to external examiners and parse the reports of examiners and deliver the outcome of examination that was determined by examiners within a reasonable timeframe. If they cannot do that then they do not have the capacity to offer research degrees.

That is to say they are not Universities.

They are community colleges (teaching only).

They are secondary schools or high schools when the council selects teenagers as targets of abuse (particularly for professional practice degrees) rather than enrolling adults in a tertiary education system that is for adult learners. that is for studnets who have attained the age of 20 years.

The Education Act actually says that domestic studnets who have attained the age of 20 years are eligible to enrol in the program of their choosing. That if they apply to enrol then they are entitled to be enrolled in that program.

Then there is a limitations thing on what the University may do if there are more eligible studnets than places available in certin programes.

And there is a provision that the Univesrity council may choose to set additional hoops and requirements and so on for teenagers and choose to that some of them are eligible / entitled to be enrolled as well at the discretion of the council.

So what Auckland does... And Otago too, I belive... Is they refuse to supply aplication to enroll forms because they don't want to enrol adults who the Education Act says are entitled to be enrolled if they submit applications to enrol.

So instead Auckland supplies applications for admission. And thinksk they are very very clever in not enrolling people who are intended to be enrolled by the very clear meaning of the education act.

The council does not have discretion to determine eligibility for adults.

But the council thinks it's job is not to be involved in the education of adults. Rather it is to be involved in the abuse of teenagers.

So the whole focus is on encouraging all the teenagers to dance and prance about them doing all the hoops they set for them in order to charm or delight the council into selecting them as targets for abuse (I mean at persons given applications to enroll) in various programmes.

It is not sustainable.

It undermines the credibiity of our tertiary education sector on the world stage.

It prevents the development of professional degree programs. We don't have doctors, lawyers, engineers. We don't have secure software systems. And so on.

We have psychopaths who like to abuse teenagers for their own personal advantage.

We have the Government... The last National Government who seemed to support and condone and actually invest in the development of these systema and institutions of abuse.

It's not sustainable.


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