Perks and Punishment

I spend a lot of time on this blog trashing Harvard University.

There’s a good reason for it. Harvard has earned that trashing.

I will continue to expose this malignancy of a university.

I’ve talked about Harvard being the King Louis of America. I didn’t talk so much about how King Louis controlled people, so I will do that here.

King Louis ruled by force, as does Harvard.

Harvard being the strongest institution in the United States, holds the most power and the most influence. It is through this power and influence that it is able to reward and punish people.

Harvard has the most influential people in the government, our major corporations, associations, think tanks, media, banks, financial institutions and other entities including colleges.

Harvard controls the purse strings.

Because it does control the purse strings, it is able to swing a lot of money your way. It is also able to swing a lot of money away from you.

Likewise with perks.

There is no shortage of people who will do anything for that money, or those perks.

People will eagerly fall in line to receive those perks.

What are those perks?

Well, here is a short non-comprehensive list in no particular order of importance.

  • Corporate Board seats
  • Speaking engagements
  • Visiting professorships
  • Book deals
  • Movie deals
  • Record deals
  • Guest spots on various networks
  • Plum assignments at main stream media outlets like the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal
  • Stock options
  • Your own personal asset management company complete with an asset manager
  • State dinners
  • Trips on Air Force One
  • Personal meetings with the President
  • Invitations to exclusive parties
  • Invitations to Washington soirées
  • Ambassadorships
  • White House assignments
  • Shout-outs at the State of the Union speech
  • Special assignments
  • Appointments to Blue Ribbon panels
  • Media shout-outs
  • Similar gifts for your kids
  • Pork barrel spending allotments
  • Political endorsements

Those are a lot of perks.

If you play ball, you get more perks. If you don’t play ball, well, you can kiss Versailles goodbye.

This is how King Louis was able to keep everybody on the same page. This is how Harvard is able to keep everybody on the same page.

This enforcement of conformity exists not only at the national level but increasingly at the state and city level.

That’s why nearly everyone in the main stream sticks to the same story. Sure, you might find a little variation, but the variation is usually a false battle focused on a false battleground. And that false battle and false battleground is part of the official narrative.

Let’s give an example: Trump’s wall. A false battle exists over a false battleground. No to the wall versus yes to the wall is focused on the false battleground that a wall is the issue we should be concerned about. Meanwhile the true battleground – giving the people in Central America a stake in the game – is neglected, pushed to the side.

The false battle and battleground is pitched because King Louis, Harvard, is making a shitload of money by raping the people of Central America.

Therefore it is important that everyone in the main stream stay on page and keep Americans focused on the wrong issue.

If the main stream showed even a crack in their unity, the dike would break and King Louis’s (Harvard’s) racket would be finished.

Thus the perks and punishments.


Archer Crosley

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