The Power of the King

Many conservatives blame George Soros for all the problems that have befallen America, but I don’t blame George Soros at all.

George Soros operates at the pleasure of Harvard University. And I will now explain why this is the case.

To do so, I want you to imagine that you are living in France in the 1700s when King Louis, the Sun King, is on the throne.

Do you really think that some minor Duke is going to create mayhem in the countryside of France without King Louis’ permission.

No, that’s not going to happen.

Why won’t it happen?

Because King Louis has an enormous number of foot soldiers that can rub out a Duke who misbehaves and does something King Louis does not approve of.

That’s why King Louis is the king.

Let’s use another example. Do you really think that the Commission for the mob in New York City is going to sit idly by while some small mob chieftain in a small midwestern city conducts mayhem in America unless their permission is granted?

It’s not going to happen because the New York mob has an enormous number of foot soldiers that can rub out that small mob chieftain who is misbehaving.

Similarly, Harvard has an enormous amount of power, money, and influence that can rub out people like George Soros.

As powerful as George Soros is, as wealthy as he is, he is a small player in comparison to the power, money, and influence of Harvard University.

Harvard can smack him into nothingness whenever they want.

So, if George Soros is operating and doing all these things, he is doing it with the approval of Harvard University.

You have to know who your real enemy is.

Those people at Harvard are the king; and they play for keeps.

Now, they’re a bad king, but they are the king.


Archer Crosley

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