About a year ago, I was ranting and raving to my friend Garry about the Harvard oligarchy that is running the United States.
Garry feebly defended the oligarchy by stating that every civilization has an oligarchy.
That may be true, I responded, but this oligarchy has no sense of noblesse oblige.
An oligarchy that has no sense of noblesse oblige feathers its own nest and engages in tyranny upon the rest of the people.
Nevertheless, Garry’s comment spurred me to think about whether the Harvard oligarchy is necessary to the United States of America.
Do we need the Harvard oligarchy (and by extension the Harvard graduate)? Let’s face it, Harvard exists to train the officers of Corporate America. Harvard does not exist to train, pipefitters and bricklayers.
So, do we need any oligarchy? Do we need the Harvard graduate?
Can a country function without an oligarchy?
I believe so, and that is the purpose of this discussion.
This discussion may be somewhat rambling, but I will begin with Sarah Palin.
Back in 2008, Sir Colin Powell got on television and told us that Sarah Palin was unequivocally unqualified to be President of the United States should John McCain be elected and then die in office.
Amazingly, Sir Colin said nothing when Kamala Harris was running for vice-President, and yes, Colin Powell was still alive and capable of contributing an opinion.
Back in 2008, I was enraged when Colin Powell made that assessment. Not only did I think she was qualified, I thought she was more qualified than Barack Obama.
Sarah Palin was not only the mayor of Willow, Alaska, she was also the governor of Alaska.
As the years went by though I realized that Sir Colin was correct: Sarah Palin was unequivocally unqualified to be President of the United States – within the context of America being an empire, within the context of the America that Sir Colin imagined for us.
But that is the point.
Sarah Palin is unequivocally qualified to be President of the United States within the context of America being the Republic that we the regular people envision.
And within that context, Barack Obama was unequivocally unqualified to be the President of the United States.
He had no managerial skills whatsoever. He had always been a professor, or a senator or representative. Being a representative is not the same thing as being a governor or mayor.
Believe it or not, I have heard the argument in favor of Barack Obama that he was running his staff at his congressional office.
Please, don’t make me laugh.
Do you get it Barack Obama?
Do you get it Sir Colin living in the afterlife?
We don’t share the same vision that you do for America.
Let me be clear: we don’t believe in America the Empire. We believe in America the Republic. Furthermore, we believe that you can’t have your cake and eat it too.
Sarah Palin is unequivocally qualified to run America the Republic.
America the Republic doesn’t need Ivy League trained lawyer tricksters to fuck people out of their money and dignity.
America the Republic doesn’t wage war around the globe so that Ivy League self-servers can loot billions of dollars from the national treasury.
America the Republic doesn’t believe in exploitation.
America the Republic believes in a small limited government that works for the people of the United States and no one else.
America the Republic believes that the bills that are pushed through Congress should be specific, to the point, and written on one page of paper.
There are no omnibus bills.
In fact, America the Republic believes in the block grant system that Richard Nixon tried to introduce in which the massive federal bureaucracy can be replaced by the local bureaucracy that is more apt in making decisions for the specific needs of the people who live in that locality.
This was opposed by congressional hacks, who wanted to be able to pompously proclaim to their citizens that they were the ones who brought the new VA hospital to their locality. Having local politicians make those decisions would cut the congressional fuckhead out of his or her glory.
Assigning block grants is the way to go. The bills become simpler and more manageable. You don’t need to write an omnibus bill that creates tens of thousands of goodies and pork.
In this manner, Congressman can read and decipher the bill unlike today where bills are 3000 page dinosaurs that are chock-filled with secret back room deals.
America the Republic believes in a level playing field between big corporations and small individuals.
America the Republic does not permit corporations to lobby – because a corporation is not a person.
Individuals may lobby, but never a corporation.
Similarly, corporate heads can be sued for the malfeasance of the corporation.
And, corporations can be shut down, regardless of their size if persistent malfeasance is noted.
Adios, Jamie Dimon.
A corporation is not a person. It is not a person because a person generally dies after 80 years of age. Corporations on the other hand may live for hundreds of years.
Furthermore, a corporation has no sense of shame.
People have a sense of shame. As such, they fear ostracism from society when they are caught committing malfeasance.a corporation never feel fears ostracism from society because they have no sense of shame.
Legally, an individual who commits malfeasance is sent to jail. If the individual cries before the judge that this will adversely affect his family, the judge says the same thing to you, rightfully, that your parents said to you when they punched you as a child. They said to you: You should’ve thought of that before you committed the crime.
The modern day judge never has the guts to shut down the corporation . Instead a fine is deemed satisfactory, and this is looked upon as a good thing. by the pussy cat-lackeys on CNBC.
America the Republic sticks up for the small guy.
America the Republic embraces the words of Ayn Rand in her novel Anthem.
That novel embraces the supremacy of individual freedom.
America the Republic does not believe in rigid orthodoxies.
America the Republic does not play favorites.
Harvard and other Ivy League institutions are the antithesis of Anthem.
Harvard believes in elite classes of people who populate our oligarchy. They will make the decisions, and political correctness ushered in by the Harvard Cartel’s lackey Bill Clinton, Harvard graduate, now mandates people to obey.
Harvard will limit your speech.
In doing so, Harvard opposes everything that the Founding Fathers believed in.
Free speech is free speech. Politically correct speech is limited in speech.
Limited speech is what the Harvard oppressor believes in.
So, in summary, is the Harvard graduate necessary?
Indeed, the Harvard graduate is ruinous to the American dream.
The Founding Fathers distrusted corporations.
They limited their scope, and the number of years within which they could operate. The chief operating officers of the corporation could be sued.
The Founding Fathers did not come exclusively from Harvard University. In fact, the principal heroes of the American republic graduated from other institutions.
Nowadays non-Ivy League graduates are dismissed from being eligible for the Supreme Court. They are branded as intellectual lightweights.
Arlen Specter, the bagman for the ruling elite, the man who came up with a magic bullet theory for the Kennedy assassination, admitted as much in so many words when he voted to dismiss Harriet Meyers, and appointee by George Bush, 43.
As recently as 1949-1050, only five years before I was born, there existed a healthy mix of non-Harvard graduates on the Supreme Court.
Why, however, did we survive?
Increasingly, the Harvard cartel has put its death grip on the machinery of our government.
This is not a good thing.
The Harvard graduate has proved himself to be clearly an elitist who wages war against other cultures of the world.
Other cultures are just as valuable, and just as valid as is ours.
It is not our job to export our beautiful democracy – which is in reality a shamocracy – to the barbarian beast.
These, Ivy League bozos, lead by Harvard University, have no respect for other countries,
Moreover, they have no respect for us an individuals; after all, they are living Gods.
The problem is this: People who ride high on their horse get knocked off.
We are paying now for Harvard, and we will pay extensively for Harvard arrogance if their reign of terror and tyranny is allowed to continue.
So, is the Harvard graduate necessary?
These arrogant, clueless buffoons will lead us to our ruination.
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