Ulster University are recruiting Community Organisers on Freedom Day

To many March the 29th will be Freedom day, the day Northern Ireland should be leaving the EU. To people like us though who have been watching the deep state’s ugly takeover of our institutions we know not to pay much attention to the 29th.

Ulster University, a known Rockefeller borg is launching a new group of community organisers this time with a degree to act as an inducement.

It will push for an all Ireland through the All Ireland endorsement board but even if you do want an all Ireland as some visitors to this site do it will have plenty of tricks up it’s sleeve. What this essentially looks like to me is an attempt to recruit Protestants and people who would not be traditionally associated with far left politics into the rat race of social change for cold hard Globalist cash.

From the website:

“Do you want to bring about positive change in your community? Do you have a passion for working with disadvantaged or marginalised communities, to help improve life-chances and tackle inequality and discrimination? Did you know you can study one day per week to gain a professionally accredited degree in Community Development? Come along to our Drop-In Information Session to meet the course team and find out more about the course, including what topics you will study, costs and sources of funding.

If you are working or volunteering with marginalised or disadvantaged communities, this course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to enable you to make positive changes by empowering others, developing leadership capacity and tackling social and economic inequalities.

The BSc Hons Community Development (part-time) is open to anyone who has experience working or volunteering in the community or voluntary sector and who has Grade C GCSE English or equivalent. The degree runs over one day per week (Thursday) from 9:30am -4:30pm for four years. There are exit points along the degree which allow you to opt out an earlier point with a Certificate or Diploma.

The course covers topics such as community development and informal education, conflict resolution and peace-building, managing community projects, diversity, equality and power. You will also have opportunities to apply your learning in real life situations of work-based learning. The degree is underpinned by the core values of community development and is nationally accredited by the Endorsement Standards Board (UK) and the All-Ireland Endorsement Board.”


Well we all know what this is. More Common Purpose paid operatives in position.

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This is our expose of the Rockefeller take down of Ulster Univerity or Jordy Tech as it should still be called. It’s totally out of place in Northern Ireland. As are it’s wacky unpopular ideas.