Christ, Harvard and Elitism

Elitism is a malignant virus which has afflicted humanity for thousands of years.

It is a virus for more vicious than the coronavirus or the Ebola virus.

Not only is it a virus that has killed far more people and done far more damage than these other more well-known viruses, it is a virus that Moderna, Pfizer and our so-called elite schools at Harvard and MIT seem unwilling to combat.

These institutions indeed nurture and help the virus to progress.

One only needs to look at their graduates to see that this is so.

They speak the noble thoughts of inclusion, knowledge and diversity, but in practice they promote an elite brand of exclusion and wealth accumulation.

These schools are where the wealthy elite send their children to consolidate their empire.

Their graduates are afflicted with the virus of elitism.

No institution is more afflicted than Harvard University which has proclaimed itself as the new Emperor on Earth.

Our media, controlled by Harvard, sings the Psalms of Harvard and the Harvard graduate.

In this manner the virus is spread to the masses.

This is not a good thing, for this virus is a Christianity killer.

Christianity was invented by Jesus to defeat elitism.

When Jesus walked on the planet, Rome was the main guy, the head guy, the big guy, the big cheese.

It was a very cruel world.

It was a cruel world because the Romans too were afflicted with elitism.

They had sequestered themselves off into groups of haves and have-nots, and the haves ruled with brutality.

Focus on money and possessions was the order of the day. Slavery existed without shame. If you committed an offense against the elites, you might get thrown off the Tarpeian Rock.

The purpose of war was not to defend Rome but to steal someone else’s possessions and subjugate them.

That’s how the rich got rich.

Life for the Jews wasn’t much better.

The virus of elitism didn’t discriminate. The Jews had their hierarchies also.

What Jesus discovered was that elitism couldn’t be conquered as long as the people in charge, the top dogs, were able to dictate laws and policy based upon what they, the elites, deciphered as God’s will.

Anytime any regular person suggested a change that might help the people, the elites were able to intervene and say that God would not approve.

The elites told people that they, the elites, were the official interpreters of God.

They had set up their religious ceremonies so that they would sit in the first row of the temple or, if not that, then sitting above the other members of the temple looking down upon the people.

The elites had the best houses and the finest clothes. They ate the finest foods.

The elites also owned the priest who was one of their kind.

They even owned people who could go into the crowds and whisper false information of their own greatness and false rumors about people who opposed them.

Jesus noted that many rebels over the years had tried to defeat the elites either through force or persuasion but had been unable to do so.

The problem was that the people had been beaten down spiritually and programmed through fear to believe in the supremacy of the elites.

To combat this, Jesus understood that there could be no intercessor between God and man. As long as the elites could interpret God and set themselves up as the official interpreters of God, the elites could then control the people.

So Jesus decided that God must walk on earth in another form, to stand beside, and to hold the hand of each individual person.

Not only must God stand beside each individual, God must reside within that individual.

In this manner no other man could stand between God and man.

This God on earth would have to articulate clear principles that all men could understand, stories that were simple enough for everyone to grasp.

These principles had to express ideas that worked against elitism.

Stories such as Jesus refusing a crown were designed to instruct man to reject seduction by bling, awards and titles.

Jesus understood how important titles and crowns were to the rulers.

The story of the poor woman who had a greater chance of entering the Kingdom of God by virtue of having given a greater portion of her wealth as an offering is designed to minimize the importance of wealth accumulation.

Jesus understood how important money and the size of the stash were to the rulers.

The story of rendering unto Caesar what is Caesar’s and unto God what is God’s is designed to teach man that there is no commingling between the world of Caesar and the Kingdom of God. You can live in one or you can live in the other, but not in both at the same time with the attendant conclusion that how much time you spend in each determines what your outcome will be.

And so Jesus wrote down these principles, and others, and that is what we see in Christianity today.

Christianity is not solely the concept of a warm glowing afterlife.

Christianity is a set of basic economic principles that work to defeat elitism.

And that is why every elitist hierarchical society that man has known for the past 2000 years has tried to defeat or co-opt Christianity.

That is why Harvard University and the Ivy League try to defeat Christianity.

That is why our modern media tries to defeat Christianity.

That is why our federal government tries to defeat Christianity.

That’s why Hollywood commingles Christianity with the occult in their exorcist movies.

That’s why academia is conning Americans to jettison BC and AD in favor of BCE and CE.

They want Christ to be a speedbump in history. Keep moving, nothing to see here.

Elitism has gripped our so-called elite schools and institutions. That’s why people refer to them as elite schools.

Duh.

There is no question about it.

Elitism is a vicious virus which is afflicting modern America, the modern world, just as it afflicted Rome 2,000 years ago.

There exists a tool to defeat it, but that tool, Christianity, is useless if man chooses not to employ it.

Instead, people subject themselves to the lies and the programming of a main stream media that Harvard University controls.

Harvard sends its emissaries into every local community to recruit smart boys and girls to join its empire.

Get them while their young is Harvard’s credo.

Harvard’s goal is Rome’s goal: To steal your talent and use it against you.

Harvard positions itself on every street corner in our main stream media so as to regale the virtues of the Harvard graduate.

That is why you see regular stories about the Hasty Pudding Club.

That is why the New York Times reports the mundane wedding and baby announcements of Harvard graduates.

This is why Hollywood movies position every genius as a Harvard graduate.

This is why it is national news when a celebrity visits Harvard.

This is why every scientific discovery that Harvard develops or ventures into is reported in the press.

This program of indoctrination is designed to cement the elite authority of the Harvard-Ivy League graduate in our society.

And it’s working.

This is why you see the majority of the major cities in the state of Texas now controlled by Harvard and its allies.

This is why parents and educators mistakenly browbeat their children to get into Harvard.

This is why so many Harvard graduates are elected into the Senate.

This is why so many Harvard graduates are elevated into cabinet positions in the White House.

It’s elitism.

It’s a vicious virus that will kill the United States of America and the world.

There will be no technological advancements beyond the ordinary for the next 1,500 years if Harvard is allowed to cement its elitism.

You will be able to come back in 1,000 years and fit into society without problem.

Elitism stifles creativity.

Elitism destroys original thought.

Only orthodoxy is permitted when the organism is afflicted with the virus of elitism.

As Harvard grows in strength, you will grow weaker.

You will become impoverished.

You will become more sick.

In time, Harvard, afflicted by the vicious virus of elitism, will kill you.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

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