Not Wanting To Know

It’s important to explain why collective punishment is necessary for Harvard University and all its graduates.

I can easily see where some of you might think that there are good Harvard graduates, and that it’s unfair to punish all Harvard graduates for the crimes of a few.

If you think that, you are wrong.

I’m not going to mince words, or try to convince with softening statements. I’m not going to sneakily try to nudge you over to my way of thinking.

I’m not going to say, “Hey, I can see your point of view, but have you ever thought of this?”

In short, the good Harvard graduate acts as the smiley face for the evil Harvard graduates who are doing great harm to the United States of America and the world.

It doesn’t matter if they are unwitting bedfellows.

It is the good Harvard graduate who acts as a shield for the bad ones.

It doesn’t matter if they don’t know that they are being used.

The crime of the German people was not that they knew that the Nazis were slaughtering the Jews. The crime of the German people was that they did not want to know.

The German people actively shut their eyes to the possibility of what was happening.

They did not want to know.

By their willing and active silence, they validated the Nazi regime.

The same goes for the good Harvard graduate.

You don’t need a degree from Harvard, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist, to see that the Harvard Cartel is in charge of the United States.

You can see clearly the effects of the poor leadership of the Harvard Cartel.

You can see the runaway homelessness, the nonstop war, the rampant drug abuse, the runaway immigration, the destruction of the black community, the mass shootings, and many other problems.

These problems have been with us, and growing, for sometime now.

These problems are not recent events that have sprung up within the last two years.

You would have to be brain-dead to not conclude that if the Harvard Cartel cannot solve these problems, it is because they do not want to solve these problems.

The Cartel, supposedly comprised of intelligent people, dance around the issues while applying ineffective Band-Aids.

They have applied these Band-Aids in different disguises for decades. Their solutions never address the core problem.

The core problem is the economic disempowerment that the Harvard Cartel engineered against local communities across the nation.

In a nutshell, well-paying jobs were replaced with low-paying jobs through outsourcing.

When the American family is economically compromised, all sorts of social, ills, arise: divorce, physical abuse, child, abuse, sexual abuse, mental problems, vandalism, crime, rampant, drug abuse.

Solving the problem would reverse the engine and take money away from the Harvard Cartel.

That’s right, these problems serve the monetary and political interests of the Harvard Cartel.

The good Harvard graduate does not want to recognize this.

He does not even want to entertain the possibility that there is an evil segment coming out of the Harvard University that is responsible for these problems.

Now, everything that I say, here applies to the other Ivy League institutions and those institutions in the new Ivy League which have gained Ivy status.

Remember, you don’t have to be a graduate of Harvard to be in the Harvard Cartel. It’s called the Harvard Cartel because Harvard is the spiritual leader of the the Harvard Cartel and by extension Criminal Corporate America.

Criminal Corporate America – which includes our major corporations, Congress, the presidency, the Supreme Court, major foundations, associations, NGOs, sports leagues, major media, radio, television, movies, print media – is heavily populated at the upper levels by members of the Harvard Cartel and its members who are principally, but not solely, graduates of Harvard and other Ivy League institutions and New Ivy League institutions.

These graduates don’t want to know.

They don’t want to know because knowing such would force them to recognize that they are part of a criminal enterprise.

Forcing them to recognize that they are part of a criminal enterprise would put them in a moral dilemma which their minds cannot countenance.

Do they speak up and risk all the perks that the Harvard Cartel has to offer?

(And there are a lot of perks. Harvard Cartel members have a first class seat on the jet.)

Or do they stay quiet and announce themselves to the world as a moral coward?

That’s a lose lose choice, which is why it’s better not to come to that moral dilemma.

Not wanting to know is a protective reflex which protects the well-being of the organism.

By not wanting to know, the Harvard graduate can preserve all the perks of the empire for himself.

He is not at risk.

Or so he or she thinks.

Unfortunately, not wanting to know, especially in the face of crime, is an immoral and criminal act.

And it must be punished.

You see it’s not collective punishment to punish the good Harvard graduate for the crimes of the evil Harvard graduate.

It’s not collective punishment because those good Harvard graduates have also committed a crime.

They did not want to know.


Archer Crosley

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