Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Marx refutes Say's Law

Vietnam is to waive university fees for philosophy students who agree to take courses in Marxism-Leninism and Ho Chi Minh ideology, in a bid to boost the uptake of unpopular courses.
But they'll probably to have to pay the students to take the courses;
Students snub these subjects mostly because they are concerned about job prospects after graduation.
The BBC Vietnamese Service's Facebook page is flooded with comments on this topic.
A Facebook user, Hot Ga, wrote: "It is not difficult to find a job if you study those subjects - it is impossible!" 
Ho, ho, ho Chi Minh
How many job prospects can you do in?

Meanwhile, the USAF still provides, shall we say, a booming business for one Vietnamese woman. She digs up unexploded bombs dropped by American B-52s and sells them to scrap metal dealers.

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