It’s sad what is happening in America today with regard to the COVID-19 crisis, but it’s not surprising.
Why should we expect this government to win a war?
Our country, its institutions and, of course, its government have been overly centralized with power concentrated firmly in the hands of a few people who graduate from a few so-called elite institutions.
This has resulted in an inbreeding of thought.
Inbreeding brings about a lack of flexibility and a rigidity in thinking.
In other words our leaders can’t think outside the box.
They’re dinosaurs. Slow of mind, slow of foot.
Attendant with this over-centralization of power is a heavy indoctrination of the American people into believing that the people who graduate from these elite institutions, and we’re talking about schools like Harvard, are the best and the brightest and the best people capable of solving any problem.
Unfortunately, this indoctrination is false.
The results speak for themselves.
As of today we have 259,000 people dead of the coronavirus with the end nowhere in sight.
To quote a line from one of my favorite movies, Barton Fink: What do you need? A roadmap?
It really isn’t all that tough to fix the COVID-19 crisis. We could’ve been over this crisis already had our leaders not succumbed to a doctrine foisted upon them by one of their fellow cult members from the Ivy League.
The lockdown and the basis behind it, comes from the mind of Robert J. Glass and his daughter Laura.
Robert J. Glass attended Cornell.
Well, there you have it. That’s all you need to know to understand what’s going on.
At the bottom of many of our catastrophes in America over the past one hundred years have been nutty doctrines from nutty Ivy League people.
Because of the mindless indoctrination of the people of the United States, because of the inbreeding that goes on within the Ivy League thought centers and the minds of Ivy League people, when one of these Ivy League clowns comes up with an idea, the rest of the Ivy Leaguers generally fall in line.
The rest of the rabble willingly go along because they’ve been told that the Ivy League represents the best and the brightest.
Why do most Ivy League people go along?
They go along because the vast majority of them attended that Ivy League school so that they could receive the keys to the kingdom.
They revealed themselves the day they matriculated at their Ivy League school.
They didn’t want to hack it out in the wilderness on their own.
What these schools implicitly teach is that to get along you go along. If you follow the rules, if you go with the program, you advance up the ladder. Don’t ask any questions. Don’t rock the boat.
And they don’t.
That’s what you have going on in America today.
Most of the leaders in our government and Corporate America who hold influential positions come from the Ivy League. The Ivy League exists to train the officers of Corporate America.
Corporate America includes big business, think tanks, the big Ivy League schools, NGOs, national associations, sports leagues, big entertainment, Hollywood, big foundations and the big banks.
That’s a lot of power.
Of course these people are going to go along to get along. They’ve done it their entire lives.
Plus they want those corporate board seats that pay $200,000 grand per annum for sitting on their ass.
Why would we expect them to change now?
As a matter fact they can’t change.
They certainly can’t listen to anyone who doesn’t come from their Ivy League clique.
To do so would be to admit that they aren’t the best and the brightest. This would be unthinkable, especially to the hard core members of the cult.
Now of course we know they aren’t the best and the brightest, but unfortunately they think they are.
In their minds they are living gods. In that respect they aren’t much different than Kim Jong-Un, Adolf Hitler or Emperor Hirohito.
The heavy propaganda that Americans receive reinforces the elites’ belief in their superiority and invulnerability.
This is bad news for us.
It means that we are in for a miserable 10 to 15 years.
Generally, these cults, which is what these Ivy League people are ensconced within, don’t go down easily. They usually drag the nation down with them.
Two peoples come to mind. The Germans and the Japanese in 1945.
Both countries believed in the cult of their leader.
Both countries went down hard.
We need to prevent that.
Archer Crosley, MD
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