Read this story,
As I have mentioned before, even back in the late 1970s I would pick up the newspaper and read about the Hasty Pudding Club at Harvard University and the latest Hollywood celebrity to visit there in order to genuflect before them.
The first article I remember reading was in the Laredo Times.
The Laredo Times?
Why would the goings-on of the Hasty Pudding Club be of interest to the people of Laredo, Texas?
Beyond that I would wonder why the media thought it was necessary for me to know this information.
Was the media just giving me pleasant information to know, to entertain me?
Was there something important going on at this event?
Was it important to know that the Hasty Pudding Club was honoring this particular celebrity?
How would this story make my life better?
As I grew older, I came to understand exactly why the “Hasty Pudding” stories were planted back in the 1970s, and why they are still planted today.
The stories exist to program me, to let me know that Harvard is some important place that warrants being talked about.
Who gives a flying fuck who the Hasty Pudding Club honors? Why is the Hasty Pudding Club any more important than Archer Crosley or you?
Why is the Hasty Pudding Club more important than the drama department at your small college?
The story at the beginning of this article exists to program you, to ingrain in your mind that Harvard is some some important entity that must be listened to.
The story exists to cement the superiority of the Harvard graduate.
It is one brick in the wall of bricks that the elites have created to confine you, to pen you in.
That’s why you genuflect before Harvard University.
That’s why you think that Harvard represents the best and brightest.
That’s why you vote for Harvard knuckleheads like Ted Cruz, Barack Obama, Elise Stefanik, Chuck Schumer, Glenn Youngkin, and Tom Cotton.
The sooner you understand that, the sooner you will be able to immunize yourself against this pernicious programming.
The programming exists for a purpose.
The purpose is to create an elite class of people to rule over you.
They are in the club, and you are not.
And that’s the way they want it.
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