Forget Democracy

Maybe the form of government doesn’t mean as much as we think it does.

As long as people believe or trust stupid things, what’s the point?

As long as people a) worship money, b) idolize celebrities c) believe that people who graduate from certain schools are of superior intelligence, can any form of government save us?

Suppose we had kings and queens, but people were of the mindset that freely congregating during COVID-19 while protecting the elderly was the way to protect ourselves, would we be better off?

Of course.

Well, instead we had sham democracies that were “elected” by powerful international cabals who control large multinational corporations.

These large multinational corporations control the media that effectively propagandize people and make them believe that lockdowns and masks will protect them.

Now the people are ingrained into believing that a yearly booster will protect them which is good for the corporations.

Lots of money there, eh’

So, here we have a theoretically superior system – democracy – that is supposed to make life better for us. But it hasn’t.

Why hasn’t this supposedly superior form of government called democracy worked?

Because the elites have programmed the people into believing that people who graduate from Harvard, MIT and Oxford are the best and the brightest.

Because the people follow celebrity-demigods like Dr. Tom Hanks who tell them to stay at home.

Because the people listen intently to billionaires like Bill Gates who clearly must be smarter than the rest of us because he’s accumulated so much money.

It made total sense that treating a number like an R-naught value would force the virus down on its knees and cry uncle, right?

Sure.

Perhaps we might be better off in spending less time on the form of government and more time on the myths that people believe.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Harvard’s Control

I’m pretty sure I posted this before, but I’ll post it again. Hopefully this diagram will give you an idea of Harvard’s power. Harvard isn’t powerful only because of its endowment which is roughly $40 billion; it’s powerful because of its relationships and alliances with other powerful institutions. Strategic alliances are what made Rome so powerful. Sure, the Carthaginians might win a battle or two, but Rome had many allies that would fight alongside it. There was simply no way for the Carthaginians to ultimately defeat Rome. Likewise, Harvard has many allies who are heavily invested in its success. The same could be said of King Louis XIV of France.

If you take the time to do a search on the so-called experts who appear on television you’ll find that an overwhelming number of them come from Ivy League schools and in particular Harvard University. They didn’t just come out of nowhere. That’s a media lie. The people who are presented to you come from somewhere; more often than not they come from either Harvard or one of its allies.

Why would this be the case? Well, it would be the case because Harvard was the first university in the nation which is still in existence. Sure there might’ve been some rundown schoolhouse somewhere, but Harvard was the first major institution. The Massachusetts Bay colony was one of the first colonies in America. The people who were in that colony weren’t stupid; they saw an opportunity to control the joint before anybody else did; which is what they did. It didn’t hurt them that they made strategic alliances with Criminal Corporate Britain.

Harvard is Great Britain’s beach head in the United States. If you think the British Empire is dead, you are very much mistaken. The City of London, not to be confused with London proper, is an extremely powerful financial center in the world today. Harvard University sold its soul to the elitism that Great Britain prosecuted for so many centuries. Harvard is in love with Great Britain and its institutions. Harvard loves Oxford. Harvard has sex six times a day with Cecil Rhodes.

It is the Harvard-MIT megaplex and their evil backers which is prosecuting this COVID-19 crisis. Their goal is to re-engineer society without your consent. That’s why they’re wrong; that’s why they need to be taken down.

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Scare Tactics

Suppose that everything in your life that you’ve heard from or about the government is a giant lie.

I’ve been thinking about that recently even more so since watching various documentaries on the Egyptians.

There is one particular Egyptian pharaoh who is depicted as having a really large set of ears.

His name was Sesostris III.

This was a way of communicating to the people that Pharaoh could hear everything that was being said.

It reminded me of one particular North Korean child who stated that she was brought up to believe that Kim Jong Un could hear her thoughts.

This in turn reminded me of Edward Snowden informing us that the NSA was spying on us and could read all our emails.

Well maybe that’s just not so even though we think it is possible.

Of course, Pharaoh could not hear everything.

Of course, Kim Jong-un cannot read people’s thoughts.

Thats ridiculous, right?

Those facts seem obvious to us, but not so to the people who were programmed from birth.

Maybe we suffer under the same delusion about our government.

Maybe the government can’t read all our emails and text messages.

Maybe that’s a lie.

Maybe Edward Snowden is just another government counterinsurgency mole who was placed deep cover for the purpose of creating fear within society.

Maybe we should reject Edward Snowden and his message.

Maybe we should communicate freely in our emails and our text messages with the confidence that they aren’t being read.

Do you think it’s possible that the government could create a program that could effectively read everyone’s text messages and emails and decipher them accordingly?

How many emails and text messages do you send or receive per day?

In my junk mail alone, I am probably receiving 50 or so emails each day. When you multiply that times 200 million people you arrive at 10,000,000,000 emails per day.

Does it seem realistic that the government’s computers can read and decipher those emails in any meaningful way?

Or is this all-knowing computer algorithm a trick that the government uses in order to minimize communication between people.

I am beginning to think the latter.

Suppose I write the following: I was going to visit the White House over the summer because I had read a book on President Lincoln’s assassination. I wanted desperately to visit the White House and Ford’s Theatre. But I was afraid that if I visited, there might be a terrorist attack or that possibly someone might put a bomb on my jet airplane and either violently kill me or possibly overthrow my lunch tray.

How about if I email a friend the following: Dear Abe: I found a doll on the side of the road that looked like Chuckie who had a sign around his neck that said: I’m going to shoot a lemon meringue pie up Joe Biden’s ass with the butt end of a non-operational Bushmaster?

Would the NSA be able to pick up on these keywords and target me?

Or is the NSA overwhelmed?

We’re going to find out.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Our Sick Pups

I understand why you feel the way you do about our leaders.

I understand why you feel that they cannot possibly be the evil people they are.

Most likely you think that they are good people who are just the victim of unforeseen forces, or that they had a lapse in judgment, or received bad advice. The Russian people under the Czar often felt this way. They would say: “If only the Czar knew.” Well, the Czar did know; and if he didn’t know, then why was he the Czar; but that is beside the point.

You think our leaders are still good people.

Maybe you do think from time to time that they are stupid, but you still believe they’re good people.

I understand this because not too many years ago I believed the same thing.

But then years of living, years of being lied to, led me to change my mind.

Probably you have asked yourself this question from time to time: Are our leaders dumb or devious?

They aren’t dumb in the sense of biological smarts; they are only dumb in the sense that they aren’t smart enough to be moral.

In short, they are devious.

They are devious and morally dumb because they have been indoctrinated over time into believing that they are superior to the rest of us.

This isn’t it so hard to believe when you understand that King Louis of France believed himself to be God’s representative on earth.

That was only a few hundred years ago.

We have similar tyrants today in Kim Jong-un of North Korea who has been programmed to believe that he is a living God.

Why wouldn’t he believe that? The entire media in North Korea is geared to programming the people and him into believing such.

Our programming in the United States is no different.

We have Harvard and the Ivy League which are the Empire’s schools where the elites indoctrinate their successors.

We have the main stream media which is owned by the Harvard and the Ivy League trained elite.

Much energy is spent on programming.

This programming not only affects you, it affects our leaders.

You believe that our leaders are super-smart people who are generally infallible. You obviously do believe this because you keep electing them over and over despite all the calamities that occur.

Any unfortunate results – death, disease, increased poverty – are always attributed to unforeseen outside forces, never the faults of our leaders.

Attendant with that, you project your sentiments about yourself upon them. You believe them to be good people.

You don’t want to believe that they are evil people.

You may even find it unseemly, perhaps un-Christian, to attribute evil motives to other people.

But these people who lead you aren’t people like you anymore. They have been programmed into believing that they are better than you.

They are very un-Christian.

In fact, they are quite pagan.

The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the major networks, the Internet, the movie industry have accomplished that programming that yields their pagan behavior. Our elites’ images are constantly in front of you. Their images are constantly in front of themselves.

They have become seduced – and corrupted – by viewing themselves in the mirror, by admiring their own reflections.

Because they have been programmed into believing that they are better than you, it is absolutely essential that the results of society place them in a better position than you.

This necessarily entails that they be wealthier than you, and smarter than you. Anything that works to the contrary must be destroyed. They simply cannot allow for the programming to be proven false.

And so, in hierarchical societies, the leaders are much wealthier than the people. The leaders are also perceived as being smarter than regular people. Anyone who shows up the leader in a hierarchical society must be destroyed. Anyone who dares to be wealthier in a hierarchical society must be destroyed.

This is why King Louis was the wealthiest guy in France. This is why he said: “I am the state.”

This is why Kim Jong-un is the wealthiest guy in North Korea.

He is the state.

They must have no competitors.

Likewise, in the United States our leaders must have no competitors.

This is why Joe McCarthy was taken down, lied about, and demonized for the past half century. This is why Julian Assange sits in a jail cell today. This is why YouTube rebels are banned from the Internet. This is why our leaders are taking the strut out of Bitcoin as we speak. This is why the government was expanded by FDR. This is why foreign wars are constantly waged. This is why our financial crises have been engineered and exacerbated. This is why American jobs were outsourced. This is why drugs have been imported into the United States for the past fifty years. This is why the corporate prison racket exists. This is why gambling is promoted widely by the government. This is why our crummy superstar culture exists.

The leaders must have no competitors. You must be impoverished.

Unfortunately, wealth and the obscene accumulation of it becomes a sickness. This is one of man’s inherent flaws – the desire to accumulate excessively.

Our leaders are not immune from the manifestation of this inherent flaw.

And so, like a cancer cell they want to grow, and grow, and grow.

Growth is the ideology of a cancer cell.

Our leaders are like a grotesquely muscled bodybuilder who cannot stop injecting himself with insulin, steroids and growth hormone.

They are sick pups. They have lost their way.

Billions are not enough for them anymore. The goal now is to become the first trillionaire.

Of course, to do so they must subjugate and exploit even more people.

And they will.

To accomplish this they will pursue much naughtiness.

The pharaohs had this sickness; King Louis had this sickness; our leaders have this sickness.

They are not like you.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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False Battles

If it’s one thing the elites are good at it’s framing false battles.

Framing false battles is essential to their survival.

If they didn’t frame false battles, you might start asking questions.

You asking questions is a major threat to their existence.

I don’t know who comes up with these false battles; I don’t know if they have a secret committee who does it, but they are very good at it.

Let’s give two examples.

The first example is the battle over the wall on the Rio Grande.

Trump is for the wall; Trump’s opponents are against the wall. The wall is promoted as a solution to fix immigration.

The wall is a bad idea but not because a wall can’t have effectiveness.

The entire subject of the wall is a bad idea because it diverts you away from the root cause of our immigration crisis which is Corporate America brutalizing the people of Central America – which has been going on for more than 100 years.

Focusing on the wall removes you from solving the problem.

And if some loose cannon happens to mention that we aren’t addressing the core problem, that loose cannon is dismissed as an impractical crank who is talking about long-term solutions. What is needed, we are told by the elites, is a solution right now.

Of course, the immediate solution won’t work, which is precisely the point. The elites don’t want the immediate solution to work because they want the problem to continue.

Operationally the immediate solution won’t work because the elites will ensure that it doesn’t work. They will ensure that it doesn’t work by not funding the wall.

Walls are expensive and they require commitment.

The second example is the assignment of blame of COVID-19 to a lab in Wuhan.

Let’s put aside for the moment the fact that a virus is easily transportable across borders and does not require any special equipment.

A virus isn’t transmitted into a country by a rocket booster.

The virus can be taken into a country by a traveler with a snotty nose. Or the virus can be transported in a small box of cough drops, or a bag of chips. It doesn’t take a week to fly to China.

Currently the battle to assign blame to a lab in Wuhan is being carried out in our modern media.

It’s the same senseless game that was played out with the wall.

By focusing on a lab in Wuhan, you are removed from directing your attention at the real problem, which is that scientists from the west, including Harvard, including the Broad Institute, which is a collaboration between an MIT and Harvard, have been working extensively with Chinese scientists for decades.

We train and work at each others institutions.

It is this collaboration which gave rise to our knowledge of virology, genetics and the tools to develop bio-weapons.

It is this collaboration in every sense of the word that gave rise to the ability to create bio-weapons.

Once this is understood it then becomes obvious that greater controls are needed in the scientific community.

Once we look at that collaboration we become more acutely aware that the scientists have gone too far.

It is they together who have created a weapon that is far more injurious than a nuclear weapon can ever be.

Their genetic tools including CRISPR have given them the ability to wipe humanity off the planet.

Of course, the elites do not want us to focus on that. So they give us a false battle. By focusing on Wuhan versus non-Wuhan, we remove ourselves from the truth.

That’s the whole point. Our leaders want to continue genetic research so that they can refine their bio-weapon capabilities.

Our leaders are sick.

Their profit-seeking ways have led them to develop even more diabolical ways of making money.

COVID-19 has opened up new vistas for them. They make a shitload of money off vaccines, and they get to wipe out small business competitors. They also were able to shut down vital areas of communication for their opponents, which is us. They were able to shut down churches, gyms, and restaurants.

It was beautiful for them.

What’s not to like?

Our leaders use two main techniques to make money: exploitation and war.

Through exploitation they can create slavery.

Through war they can steal assets and create the conditions for exploitation which again leads to slavery.

Genetic research and bio-weaponry lead to war.

Corporate America’s greed leads to continued exploitation of the people in Central America.

So to disguise their true intent, the elites need false battles.

They can’t have you asking too many questions.

Questions lead to the end of their game.

Of course, to get to that point, you have to ask yourself an essential question. Are our leaders good people who are misguided or stupid? Or are our leaders evil, sick people who have become intoxicated with money and power?

Once you choose the latter, there is no going back. You have crossed the Rubicon, and you know what needs to be done.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Cornel West and the Brotherhood

Dear Dr. West,

I am watching with interest your dispute with Harvard regarding your tenure.

I speak to you as an individual who is an opponent of Harvard University.

I make these comments respectfully.

As an outsider, I feel I can offer perspective.

When you attend Harvard or work at Harvard you can lose or fail to gain perspective of Harvard’s purpose. It’s difficult for a person to be objective about him or herself. In fact it’s damn near impossible.

Harvard University is not some sleepy, detached liberal arts college which makes social commentary from afar about the affairs of the world and the empire that rules it.

Harvard is the Empire.

Harvard’s purpose is to train the officers of the Empire.

Harvard is the city of Rome.

As both a graduate of and professor at Harvard University, you have, knowingly or not, for many decades received a first class ticket to everything that the Empire can offer.

Anything that you desire within reason is yours for the taking.

Whether that be a book deal, an appearance on a national television program, an audience with the pope or perhaps a world leader, the Empire will provide that for you.

You can cut a record if you desire, and your lack of singing ability will make no difference.

If you desire to start your own asset management company, and you are high enough on the ladder as you are, the Empire within reason will comply. The Empire will have one of its many hedge fund managers divert off a couple of hundred million dollars along with an attendant asset manager for you to supervise. All you need to do is sit back and collect the loot.

If you would like to attend the Super Bowl, the Empire will provide you tickets.

A seat behind home plate at the World Series is not a problem.

Maybe you would like to meet Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood. If so, that will be arranged.

How about a corporate board seat?

No problem.

Startup money for a new private venture?

Legal advice from top corporate lawyers?

Done.

Within reason there is nothing that the Empire cannot give to you.

But, there is a price to be paid for that First Class ticket.

As we would say in the 1960s: “Ass, gas, or grass. Nobody rides for free.”

And so it is with the Empire. Nobody rides for free.

Now, if you’re lucky, the Empire will not necessarily ask you to do anything that you don’t want to do. Most of the time the Empire only asks that you go along with its program.

You have wondered aloud that perhaps your stance on Gaza is the reason you are not being granted tenure.

I would say that’s a very good possibility.

You see, the Empire, which obviously includes the United States of America, which in turn is run and fueled by Harvard University, has no interest in permitting any type of high quality lifestyle for the people in Gaza.

If the Empire had wanted that, it would’ve been done already.

You are to be commended for standing up for these afflicted people.

Unfortunately, the Empire does not feel that way. And if it’s one thing the Empire does not like or permit, it is when recipients of the largesse of the Empire stand up to the Empire.

Furthermore, the Empire does not brook disobedience.

It’s one thing for me as an outsider to criticize the Empire and its role in humiliating the Palestinians in Gaza. It’s quite another thing for you to do that.

We human beings are not noble creatures. We do not forgive betrayal.

I would say confidently that the Empire, which includes Harvard University, views your stance on Palestine as a betrayal.

They’re going to punish you for that betrayal. Regardless of how many supporters you have, the chances of you receiving tenure are between zero and zero.

Yep.

If Harvard does, however, decide to be merciful, it may come at a price that you may not be willing to pay. They may ask you to recant everything that you have stated about Gaza.

That’s the way the world works.

Now, let me shift focus ever so slightly and talk about David Karp. I don’t know who David Karp was, and I don’t know what his life experience was; but he must have been a very wise man.

He must have been a very wise man because he wrote a brilliant screenplay which will help depict the situation you are in.

Many years ago David Karp wrote a novel and a screenplay entitled The Brotherhood of the Bell. This screenplay was made into a movie, and it starred Glenn Ford, Dean Jagger, and William Conrad.

In the movie, Glenn Ford plays Andy Patterson, a professor. He is asked to do a favor for the Brotherhood, an organization in which he belongs. The Brotherhood is a secret organization.

In a nut shell, Andy Patterson decides not to comply. He finds the request immoral. The Brotherhood then warns him that he better obey or else. When this occurs, Andy Patterson goes to his mentor, Chad Harmon, played by Dean Jagger, and complains.

Chad Harmon reminds him that the Brotherhood did everything for him. Andy Patterson responds by saying that he was the one who was responsible for where he got in life. Chad Harmon then says to him in so many words: “No, Andy, the Brotherhood did everything for you. It’s safe to say that you have never competed for a single thing in your life.”

Andy then rebels and tries to take down the Brotherhood. He doesn’t succeed. He goes on television to plead his case to a talk show host, Bart Harris, played by William Conrad. Bart Harris makes a fool of him. Andy’s life gradually descends into chaos. The Brotherhood destroys him.

But, because it’s a Hollywood movie, there is hope. Andy reaches out to another member of the Brotherhood to help him. At the end of the movie we are teased with the possibility that someone might come to Andy’s aid.

Will anyone come to your aid, Dr. West?

I hope so, for you are now experiencing what the rest of us have been experiencing for many decades now. You are getting a taste of the Empire’s power, and not in a good way.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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America’s Berchtesgaden

The banners, of red, black and white, lean gently within the breeze.

Quietly they peek out above the crowd seated there before the Altar of Zeus.

Larger banners of like insignia provide the backdrop to the altar.

False prophets speak upon this altar to the enraptured masses before them.

The leader and his officials sit high above the crowd.

Dressed immaculately, they celebrate the glory of the Third Reich.

You are the leaders, the master race, the Fuhrer speaks.

Die Welt ist unser welt.

The world is our world.

Die welt ist eine germanische welt.

The world is a germanic world.

The smiling crowd sits comfortably, content, and fulfilled.

This display of power mesmerizes them.

And why not?

The leader and his men have led the party to glorious heights.

Wealth abounds for true believers, the party officials, and the followers in the audience.

The territory of the empire is expanding.

The elites are making money, and lots of it.

The deceivers who have betrayed the party faithful are being punished.

Those unfortunate few who remind the audience of human weakness and frailty are being sorted out and purified.

It is a bold new world, and the young adults who are being celebrated on this day will rule it.

Imperfection will not be tolerated.

Failure is not an option.

Lies will be told when necessary to promote the public good.

Allegiance will accrue to the party leader, not to one’s conscience.

This is the new morality.

Welcome to fascism.

Welcome to Nazism.

But, of course, we are not talking about Nazi Germany, but instead of Nazi America.

And the altar that we see in this picture is not that of the Altar of Zeus in a stadium in Germany, but instead the Altar of Zeus that exists within Tercentenary Theater in Harvard Yard.

The flags that lean gently in the breeze carry not the swastikas of yesteryear but the crimson swastikas of Harvard University.

For this is commencement day in Cambridge.

It is an embarrassing display of power.

Shame has no place in Berchtesgaden, nor in Tercentenary Theater.

Here in Valhalla, only the strong may enter.

Here the vision is no different than that of the Third Reich in its earlier incarnation – a cruel world of perfection where the impure of thought, body and spirit are drummed from memory and human existence.

The enemies of this new Reich are no longer Jews, but white people.

They are not enemies because they are enemies, but because an enemy is required.

Anti-Caucasian is the new anti-Semitism.

Supporting this false methodology is the junk-science of white supremacy. It doesn’t exist any more than Jewish supremacy exists or did exist.

Keeping people’s minds focused on rage, distrust and hatred serves the needs of the leadership of this new Third Reich.

And with good reason, for this need is based upon the leaders’ lack of competence. Their record demonstrates this.

Homelessness, a decent gauge of a leadership’s effectiveness is soaring off the charts in our major American cities.

But not here.

Homelessness does not exist in Tercentenary Theatre, America’s Berchtesgaden.

The Reich will not permit it.

Nor will the party faithful here in Harvard Yard allow it.

Here the crowd chooses to look away, to stare at its own reflection.

Besides, Harvard is no place for riff-raff.

Not just anyone can enter this hallowed sanctuary.

Only warriors in Valhalla may stand here.

Appearances are important.

No, no, raged Goebbels, bread lines in Berlin won’t do.

Why, this is not possible, nor permissible under the Nazi regime.

Ah, but it is possible, and was possible, because the Nazis did not fix things under Hitler; they swept their problems under the rug by killing the Jews, the infirm, the homeless and the weak.

Here too in Tercentenary Theater the problems of our once great nation are brushed away, ignored, and granted refusal to be confronted.

For Harvard Yard is a secure place, a mountain retreat, far from the reality of the messy world our Nazi leaders rule over.

Here purity reigns supreme.

The audience nods approval.

It is always seductive to be endowed with special powers, to be told that you are one of the master race.

It is a child’s fantasy world of unlimited chocolate and candy.

But all good things must end.

Even here within the safe confines of Tercentenary Theatre, life is ultimately measured not by awards, plaudits, money, and waving banners, but by how well one treats other people.

And so the time for America’s so-called elite for honoring itself will come to an end here in America’s Berchtesgaden.

The sooner that comes, the better.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Harvard the City Destroyer

Who destroys the inner city?

Who is responsible for the poverty, the homelessness, the increased drug use, the despair of the inner city?

The government is responsible.

It is the government that is responsible for setting the rules, going after the criminals, and creating an environment that is productive for a healthy society.

When the government fails to crack down on gangs, criminality rises, drug use rises, extortion rises.

When the government cracks down on these illegal monsters, health returns to the city.

Why do governments and their officers, the politicians, fail to contain crime?

Is it because they’re stupid?

Or is it because they profit when criminality arises?

For far too long we have given politicians the benefit of the doubt by assuming that they are stupid.

But they are not stupid.

No one can be that stupid.

The modern-day politician, unhinged from morality, seduced by money and riches, gains the benefits that poverty produces.

Poverty is a money making business in America today.

It also ensures a weakened and poorly educated electorate that will continue to keep these horrible politicians in office.

Just as a drug dealer keeps his junkie dependent upon him, so the modern-day politician keeps his voters dependent upon him.

He does this by keeping them in a steady state of despair.

He enacts policies that are sure not to work.

Where is this practiced primarily? For sure, in the larger cities. It almost seems that a direct correlation exists between the size of the city and the number and gravity of problems it has.

And why is this?

Primarily because there is taxation without representation. You have one mayor for millions upon millions of people. Consequently, the people do not have proper access to the mayor. Even in a city of 4 million people where there is a city council system, it’s very difficult for the average citizen to gain contact with his councilman.

When this occurs, it would be better to break the larger districts apart into more manageable subdistricts.

Citizens would elect a sub-councilman, who, with the other sub-councilmen in that district, would elect the councilman.

In this way the citizen can know the guy who knows the guy.

But, such a change is unlikely to occur because the mayor, his cronies, and the councilmen will fight against this.

They will fight against this because the citizens will then encroach upon their moneymaking scams and schemes.

When there is better oversight, it’s more difficult for schemes and scams to occur.

To help foil our plans for better government, the schemers and scammers at the local level will reach to Corporate America to help them.

Ultimately, it is Corporate America who is responsible for this devastation and destruction within the inner city.

Corporate America makes a fortune off poverty. Corporate America builds, supplies and maintains the prisons.

Corporate America also profits handsomely off the welfare industry. Someone has to provide all the administrative supplies that are necessary to keep the poverty industry going.

There is a built-in incentive to keep the poverty going, to not fix things.

If things were fixed, if people were living productive lives, there would be no need for any of this government machinery to fix poverty because there would be little poverty to fix.

So, the poverty business is lucrative.

Now, who runs Corporate America. Who trains the officers of Corporate America.

Harvard University.

Harvard University is the prime promulgator of corporatism within the United States.

But Harvard University’s corporatism is not a small business corporatism, but a large business corporatism, aka fascism, aka corporate socialism, aka crony capitalism.

Their vision is wrong.

Their vision is bad.

Their vision keeps poverty going.

Not surprisingly, Harvard and its mindset has found a way to weasel its way into most of the larger cities.

Thus the continuing destruction of the inner city.

LA: Eric Garcetti: Columbia, Oxford, London School of Economics (The Trifecta)

Chicago: Lori Lightfoot: University of Michigan, University of Chicago

NY: Bill de Blasio: NYU, Columbia

San Antonio: Julián Castro: Harvard

Portland: Ted Wheeler: Columbia, Stanford, Harvard

Of course, there are mayors who graduated from regular schools also. Generally, though, they are puppets who follow the lead of Harvard University and suck up to the claptrap that Harvard pumps out.

Why does Harvard pump out this claptrap?, Because the people who attend Harvard went there for a very specific reason. They wanted to be part of an elite class who makes a lot of money.

And that’s exactly what we have, isn’t it.

Of course, it’s all repackaged under the guise of helping people.

But it doesn’t.

It destroys people.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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