BARBARA KRUGER

UCLA Distinguished Professor

Only if UCLA's Corporate Priesthood sees sufficient obedience and servility to power & privilege does UCLA brand its faculty with "Distinguished Professor"

i.e., a UCLA Distinguished Professor = a UCLA extinguished professor

Barbara Kruger, UCLA
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Barbara Kruger, UCLA Distinguished Professor
Barbara Kruger | UCLA School of the Arts & Architecture
UCLA Distinguished Professor, Barbara Kruger
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UCLA's Barbara Kruger
Barbara Kruger: My Silence Is Your Expulsion
Barbara Kruger, UCLA; I am distinguished?
Barbara Kruger; UCLA: I am paid to be afraid.
UCLA Distinguished Professor Barbara Kruger
Barbara Kruger, UCLA: I am paid to be afraid.
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Barbara Kruger, UCLA | My silence will Protect Me
Barbara Kruger; My comfort is your expulsion
Barbara Kruger; My peace of mind, you're fired (Chinese)
Barbara Kruger, UCLA: My silence is my comfort at UCLA
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Barbara Kruger; My silence is your expulsion
Barbara Kruger, UCLA: My comfort is my silence
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Barbara Kruger; My comfort is your expulsion
Barbara Kruger: Who is extinguished so that I am distinguished?
Barbara Kruger; My silence is my comfort
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Barbara Kruger; UCLA, for your own good
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"What is important in the present context is the contribution of the harshest critics (within the mainstream) to reinforcing the system of indoctrination, of which they themselves are victims—as is the norm for the educated classes, who are typically the most profoundly indoctrinated and in a deep sense the most ignorant group, the victims as well as the purveyors of the doctrines of the faith.  The great achievement of the critics is to prevent the realization that what is happening today is not some departure from our historical ideals and practice, to be attributed to the personal failings of this or that individual.  Rather, it is the systematic expression of the way our institutions function and will continue to function unless impeded by an aroused public that comes to understand their nature and their true history—exactly what our educational institutions must prevent if they are to fulfill their function, namely, to serve power and privilege."   Noam Chomsky