It was just recently I was having a conversation with my foreigner buddy over here about the unfairness I deal with on a daily basis of the ongoing dishonesty that Flips engage themselves in when it comes down to their academics. As always, I’m bitching about how students openly gets away with cheating while their professors turns a blind eye. At that moment, my buddy brought up this very interesting point, he asked “If they cheated on their exams, then wouldn’t their national average IQ score be false too?”
I figured that simple question by itself was enough to be blog worthy, and I had recently been conducting some analysis as to what concluded Philippines’ national IQ average to be 86, along with contradictions to prove that it’s much LOWER than the raw score of 86 that they proclaim it to be. I’m quite sure that the British Psychologist, Richard Lynn, and the Finnish Political Scientist, Tatu Vanhanen, did not and could not personally over-watch the hundreds or thousands of Pinoys taking the IQ test, so it comes to my great conclusion that they had some trustworthy “PINOYS” to assist them as proctors for this IQ test.
Alright, we all know Pinoys pretty well, so no need to get into the obvious facts. From my experience as a student (as much as I am afraid to admit to that) at one of these Philippine Colleges, integrity is an inept quality of Pinoys, and this attribute governs Pinoys from all levels at my college, up from the President of Academics, down to almost each and every last student. The students around me can’t resist the urge to cheat, and they take every opportunity to do so to benefit their educational appearance. Their professors are just as guilty or even more notorious than their students as they pretend to enforce the ‘No Cheating’ rule as they verbally state it prior to test taking, yet they purposely create loopholes by giving them endless opportunities to cheat like;
– Stepping outside of class for some (fake) urgent matter
– Answering a phone call and turning their back, appearing to be non-attentive to their students who will inevitably cheat, and they do.
– Some just don’t give a flying fuck and allow their students to yell, shout, and cheat as they please after saying, “Cheating is prohibited.” Then turns a blind eye as if they never cheated.
Of course for me being a foreigner, this comes to my great disadvantage since I am unable to concentrate due to the noise these P-NOISE are making, and 40 heads are better than 1 when they are all consolidating the answers they individually know, and distributing them amongst each other. It’s sad to admit, but there were even times when I received the lowest grade on a test because of this, can you blame me?
Alright, I will refrain from making this article about me bitching about my corrupt school and get to the point. The students cheat, and the teachers allows the cheating, but there is still 1 more remaining factor that I haven’t discussed yet that will influence the Philippine’s national IQ average, and that is SELECTION.
If Philippines is known for anything else other than being a lying bunch of corrupted scumbags, it is that they will resort to anything to boost their rankings in PINOY PRIDE, and that is outsourcing. Just like in the PBA when they draft basketball players with any African ancestral background from other countries (which contradicts Pinoy Pride IMO) to increase their chances of winning PBA games, that same concept applies to school in the Philippines. I’ve been volun-told to participate in an English Proficiency Test that was conducted a few months ago to boost the school’s rankings, so I don’t have a shadow of a doubt that foreigner students were also being used to take the IQ test for Philippines’ IQ statistics.
I want to tackle another point while I’m still on the selection topic. When we speak of ‘National Average IQ,’ the key word here is ‘AVERAGE.’ To be thoroughly honest, I don’t think AVERAGE Filipinos were selected to take the IQ test, I don’t even think the majority of like-minded Filipinos were even in the mix. When I think of my average everyday Pinoy, I think of the countless pinoys who never made it to college (which isn’t credible anyway) and are either stuck in the slums (squatters), working at low IQ manual labor jobs (drivers), the many deadbeat homeless pinoys who does nothing but stares at traffic all day, the infinite many brainless hookers who flunked school (can’t be productive with their brain, so they do it their body), and lets not forget about the few exceptional pinoys who actually could raise the country’s national IQ average, but chose instead to get the fuck out and work abroad.
With all the factors and variables in place, there isn’t a snowball chance in hell that Philippine’s real national IQ average is 86. Being that an IQ test is a ‘high stakes’ exam that reflects their nation’s intelligence, Filipinos will do at their very best to pull off the best dog and pony show to defend their nation’s honor by not showing the whole world how fucking stupid they are. Of course there isn’t any honest way to go by this, so I’m certain they executed every measure I enumerated above. If they would cheat in school, they would cheat on a global statistics test. Why? It’s because of Pinoy Pride and they don’t have an honest bone in their body. What can I do about it? What can I say? It’s just the Filipino way.
The only question that remains is; what is Philippine’s real national IQ average? It sure as hell isn’t 86. I’m sure a series of subtraction and division signs combined with a mixture of high numbers after 86 being the starting number, will eventually lead us to their REAL national IQ average. I’m taking a bet that it’s not even over 70.