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19h42 UTC; FRIDAY, 9 JANUARY 2015: Is it any wonder, reader, that "Tea Party" and suchlike religiopolitical Zealots and True Believers would love to find "preemptive" ways cheap and cheerful to "prevent the spread of government dependency" as turn out deploying fear, loathing and brainwashing at the expense of the practical?

As in: A desire to find ways around prevailing laws and policy to require such students from families deemed "chronically- and habitually-dependent upon the State" attending public schools to participate in "school-to-work" schemes theoretically expected to prepare graduates for the workforce, preferably by having such go directly into the labour market following high-school graduation. Only such schemes, for the sake of such policy, turn out being too ideologically-driven at the expense of the practical, with an ideology as amounts to a hybrid of Afrikaner Nationalist concepts from the late 1930's down South Africa way and the Juche Idea out of North Korea, what with its emphasis on self-reliant jingoistic hypernationalism.

The Three Pillars thereof being:
  1. "Government is not the answer; government is the PROBLEM" (Ronald Reagan)
  2. "Man is the Master of Everything, and decides Everything" (Guiding Principle of the Juche Idea)
  3. "A people rescues itself" (Vader Johannes Kestel, firebrand South African religious)
Said "rescue" expected to be a "people-centred" model as embraces the doctrine of Reddingsdaad ("rescue deed"), itself founded on the ideal of Volkseenheid ("natural unity of the people") channelled into a larger ideal of Helpmekaar ("helping each other," such as through mutual self-help), itself expected to accept without question or reservation the "natural and mutual interconnexion" of ons styl ekonomesie vryheid with Our National and Sovereign Identity as a Divinely-Ordained Peculiar Among the Nations, Endowed Solely by the Goodness of His Grace and Favour Upon Thy Dear and Lovely Land (itself taken to absurd extremes as imply that an attack on one concept is automatically seen as that on its equal).

But in Reality, it's nothing short of doublethink with $cientologist elements, especially where such call for the reading and study of the works of such "patriot" literary darlings as Ayn Rand and Taylor Caldwell, not to mention the Afrikaner Ekonomesie Beweging and the Juche Idea, the former extending to the roles of the Eerste Ekonomesie Volkskongres of October 1939, and its proceedings (in particular the creation of an ur-"patriot fund" to stimulate the development of a Volkskapitalisme aimed at securing Afrikaner control and dominance of the South African economy by converting the masses' "idle monies" into "productive capital", the importance of said Volkskapitalisme in saving the Afrikaner from British thralldom by emphasising jobs creation and training, and the creation of popular campaigns such as the Reddingsdaadbond to win over the Afrikaner into embracing the conversion of "pious sentiment" heretofore applied to "poor whites", Afrikaner by and large, into "jingling coin" based on Reddingsdaad, itself expected to be seen as a Mission from God to Rescue His Chosen People in Africa from Enslavement).

Honestly now: How does ideological and political instruction expected to reduce the poor and vulnerable into fanatical slogan-spewing robots as can be manipulated at will relate to preparing those from backgrounds of "governmenr dependency" for the labour market through practical channels such as finding the right job, writing effective curriculums vitae, preparing for job interviews (such as through dress, tone and nuance of speech, that sort of thing), even ways to enhance and enrich one's career over time?

And where's the public outrage besides?

So till next time, folks: "73"

(Which, incidentally, was railroad telegraphers' shorthand for "goodbye.")

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