Harvard’s Lack of Shame

Why isn’t Harvard University ashamed of itself?

Currently there are about 20,000 students enrolled in Harvard University. There are 6,000 undergraduate students and 14,000 graduate students. The number fluctuates from year to year, but those numbers are close enough.

On the other hand, the total number of students in America’s colleges runs about 20 million people.

So why are so many Harvard university students in positions of leadership in the United States of America?

The number of smart students outside Harvard University is much larger than the number of smart students within Harvard University.

Let me explain why.

If we take the top 1% of the 20 million students outside Harvard University, we arrive at a number of 200,000 students.

If we take 10% of the top 1% we arrive at a number of 20,000 students.

Do you get the drift here? Do I seriously have to spell this out?

There are more smart students outside Harvard than inside Harvard.

Why then does Harvard University have a disproportionate share of its graduates in leadership positions?

I’ll tell you why.

It’s because Harvard University has gamed the system in their favor.

They have fixed the roulette wheel at the casino.

So why isn’t Harvard ashamed?

If I went to a school that had such a huge disproportionate share of graduates in leadership positions, I would be embarrassed.

I would be ashamed.

I would be ashamed because I would know that I got there not through my own merit but because the system is rigged in my favor.

So why isn’t Harvard ashamed?

Can Harvard be shamed?

Probably not.

Should Harvard be shamed?

I think so.

For practical reasons Harvard should be ashamed because it’s not a good idea to stack all your major institutions with graduates from a particular school.

The reason you do not want to stack your institutions with graduates from a particular school is because those graduates will think very similarly.

There is a fake diversity at Harvard.

Actually, there is no diversity at all.

Now, of course, Harvard claims to have diversity, but the diversity is false.

The diversity is false because where you come from in life matters little; what counts is the school you attended.

I don’t care if Harvard accepts an aborigine from the Brazilian rainforest; if that aborigine goes to Harvard, he or she will go through the Harvard meat grinder and come out as a Harvard burger.

In other words, he’s going to think the same way as every other Harvard graduate when it comes to the big issues. He is also going to toe the line when it comes to Harvard‘s misguided desire to dominate the world.

Spare me the bullshit.

This toeing of the line, plus the “club attitude” at Harvard is one of the reasons why our country is in such bad shape.

Harvard has cleverly weaseled its way into all our major institutions while propagandizing legions of idiots to follow their lead.

Because there is no diversity at Harvard University, its graduates aren’t up to the task when managing the United States of America.

This is why so many people are hurting.

That’s why we have so many problems in our country that have gone unattended for a long, long time.

The Harvard graduate feasts on pheasant and vichyssoise while the rest of America rots.

Of course, much of this is intentional.

Harvard desires Corporate America to dominate all areas of endeavor within the United States of America with themselves, the Harvard graduates, at the top of the heap.

Shouldn’t Harvard be embarrassed about that?

Shouldn’t Harvard feel shame?

Shouldn’t Harvard be shamed?

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

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