WHAT'S JOHN BEAR UP TO NOW?
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Randall Flagg Wrote:The degrees are legal, as is the school. That point is beyond discussion and debate, it is a proven point. The only thing that is left to consider is the level of study and the usability of the degrees. 1- I do not know the level of integrity of the system in use at Knightsbridge from first hand knowledge.  I am not and have not been a student at this university and I am not in any way employed there so I must rely on the words of the students, graduates, and those of the faculty and chancellor.  Everything I have seen tells me this school is real and the system of reasonable/acceptable quality.  NOT one person has ever shown me any part of the evaluation system at KU that is false or lacking.  All I have seen from the detractors is that they don't like it and point to outside issues to counter their complete lack of knowledge concerning the books, tests, faculty, and education provided.  They say they don't like it so it must be bad, but, that simply isn't so. In fact such reasoning is nonsense.   I say the school does and requires enough, and nothing they have shown in any way makes me worried about what it is doing. 2- Usability-  From the Douglas research and from my own, I have determined that Knightsbridge provides degrees that have reasonable utility in the private business sector and has some usage in the public sector, depending on where the degrees are offered for acceptance. For those people who wish unaccredited degrees, for whatever reasons, KU is one they may wish to consider. Knightsbridge is a real school offering legal degrees. If you need accredited degrees, use another school, but if a legal unaccredited school is acceptable to you, Knightsbridge is as good and may well be better than most.  I would not hesitate to use Henrik's school.  It has been around for a long time and has graduated some fine people.  A few of the graduates, a very few, are not the best of the best.  The same can be said for Virginia Tech/Harvard/Yale/ and certainly Michigan State, which has graduated at least one degree miller, so, all schools have their flops, and so does Knightsbridge, though that is hardly the fault of the school or Henrik. Knightsbridge nor Henrik can guarantee that a student will be a good / honest person.  That is up to the individual person, who does good or evil as it is within him to do. I realize that Knightsbridge is the current target of choice by Bear and Douglas.  Kennedy Western and SCUPS at times step up to challenge this position, but that is to be expected of people who have the need to attack when they have no real understanding of a subject.  To Bear and Douglas, for more than one year, MIGS was a fine school.  So fine that Douglas worked there and was a student.  Bear was on the faculty there for more than one year before resigning. If this is a sign of the expert skills they bring to bear on any issue, well, I say it is lacking-it is ignorant-it is self-serving, and, is of no value.
If anyone really wants to know more about Knighsbridge University ask the school, ask former students, current students.  In other words ask someone who actually knows something about what is done or required, not self-styled experts who know little and tell much.  They seem to admire the sounds of their own voice too much too actually spend the time researching and studying anything. It's the old curse of not being able to hear with your mouth moving.

I’ve gotten to know a number of KU graduates and Faculty members since late 2003 – all are impressive individuals who have achieved much in their respective careers and they are all highly regarded and respected, as is their association with KU.
In April 2004 Henrik casually mentioned to me that he was off to Manchester, UK, to attend a KU organised conference on terrorism, see -
www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/s/117/117946_summit_seeks_answers_on_world_of_terror.html
And some time ago I also received an extensive list of KU graduates in the US Army – all were senior ranked officers.
How ‘the gang’ can claim that KU is anything but legitimate shows that their motives are misguided, dishonest and quite meaningless.
The KU PhD I was awarded in 2004, under KU’s PUBLISHED WORKS programme, involved the submission of well over 500,000 words, covering all the papers,  books and DL courses I had written, and had published, on NZ’s waterfowl,  wetlands and on the endangered brown teal. Together with a 16-page CV and copies of all my professional awards and qualifications.
The assessment was carried out by two professors of zoology on the KU Faculty and I received a copy of one of their assessments – from the Professor of Zoology at an eminent German university.
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#32
And sadly, Neil, as you well know. They will ignore every single word you say. In reality they have no interest in what KU does. They are only interested in being right, even if they are not. If they get to stick a knife in at the same time, so much the better.

They are the type people, who, having never seen or tasted an apple, don't like them. Best of all they can tell you all the reasons that they won't like apples, if, they should ever have one. I think it's called ignorance with an attitude. Cool
James
A.S., B.S., M.B.A.
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Randall Flagg Wrote:And sadly, Neil, as you well know. They will ignore every single word you say. In reality they have no interest in what KU does. They are only interested in being right, even if they are not. If they get to stick a knife in at the same time, so much the better. They are the type people, who, having never seen or tasted an apple, don't like them.  Best of all they can tell you all the reasons that they won't like apples, if, they should ever have one.  I think it's called ignorance with an attitude.   Cool

Yes, I've just read what Insainz had to say at DD! It seems quite apparent that Insainz brain is also bankrupt.
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Yes, I've just read what Insainz had to say at DD! It seems quite apparent that Insainz brain is also bankrupt.
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It's a bit sad to read Gus's outburst. It's almost pitiful how someone who is such a failure in the real world can be such a harsh critic in the fantasy one at degreediscussion. I'm sure Henrik answers his phone. I'm sure Gus does not.
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#35
Thank you for the info posted here. I found your forum by accident. It is good to see that someone is willing to post the truth about Distance learning! Keep up the good work!
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#36
In case anyone wants to know what Gus has been up to type, sainz, gustavo in the search screen on the following link:

http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/civil/pubsearch.asp

and here

http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/public-re...earch1.asp
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#37
Ben Johnson Wrote:In case anyone wants to know what Gus has been up to type, sainz, gustavo in the search screen on the following link:

http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/civil/pubsearch.asp

and here

http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/public-re...earch1.asp

He's obviously been up to his eyeballs in failure and embarrassment, at least in the real world. In the fantasy world they live in at DI/DD he may well be the King of England. But unfortunately (for him) he must live in the real world not Bearville or Douglas Town.
James
A.S., B.S., M.B.A.
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#38
Ben Johnson Wrote:In case anyone wants to know what Gus has been up to type, sainz, gustavo in the search screen on the following link:

http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/civil/pubsearch.asp

and here

http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/public-re...earch1.asp

I just did and ... wow, that's some personal history. Some of it looks like difficulties related to business failures, those happen, but the mechanics lien by Val's Air Conditioners would appear to be a refusal to pay for a legitimate service received. To honest people everywhere, that's known as theft.
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#39
And (they) call us shills-liars-frauds. Sort of makes you wonder how they would describe themselves, if they could see each case, not knowing who it was.
James
A.S., B.S., M.B.A.
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