A Bucket of Green Paint

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A few years ago I bought a beach house.

It was an old house.

I wanted to give it a fresh coat of paint.

All I had was a bucket of green paint.

So I went down to the home improvement store and bought some different brushes.

Each brush had different colored bristles for the different colors I wanted to use.

The colors I selected were fuchsia, orange, purple and yellow.

I was going to paint the four exterior walls different colors to give the house some zip.

I got all my different colored brushes together and placed them before my bucket of green paint.

Then I dipped them in and painted the house.

But when I did that, the colors came out green.

What the fuck did I do wrong?

I went down to another home improvement store and bought more brushes with different colored bristles – but made by a different company.

I figured that a different brand might do the trick, but when I tried it again, I got the same results.

The entire house came out green.

What the fuck is wrong with you, you might now be asking.

Are you that fucking stupid?  The color of the bristle doesn’t mean anything, fool.  You’re dipping the brushes in green paint.

It’s the paint, stupid.  The paint is green, you scream at me.

The color of the bristle means nothing.

Fair enough.

But if you think that, then why do you think that you can take Americans from all walks of life, poor and rich, black and white, man and woman, Jew and Arab and send them to Harvard and Yale and have them come out thinking with any color except the color of that particular school?

 

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Divide and Conquer

 

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If it’s one thing the immoral elites are good at it’s knowing how to destroy their enemies.

The elites are immoral, sure, but they are also very, very smart.

Never underestimate them.

One of their favorite tactics is inserting one of their guys into your movement in order to hijack it.

The tactic is pretty simple. The immoral elite enters the movement and becomes a protégé of sorts. After a certain period of time, the elite moves away from the former leader, labels him as a nut job and thus hijacks the movement. He then promptly nudges the movement in alignment with what the elites want.

The elites have pulled this trick off time and again.

in my opinion this is what William F. Buckley did to the conservative movement in the 1950s and 60s.

He infiltrated a legitimate grass roots, down-home, populist movement of traditional Americans who believed in traditional values, Christian values, and fused their values into his persona thus labeling them as bigoted, elitist, uncaring, warmongers who always look after the rich.

What do you think?

Buckley comes off charming and witty during his interviews with guests. He is always courteous.

His questions are careful and deliberate.

Something seems not right though.

He either tries to defend the indefensible or he defends that which requires no defense – at least to the regular mom and pop conservative.

For example, why would you defend the US military’s firing and destruction of villages in Vietnam?

Why would you tell a blind guy that he had no right to be sailing on the ocean because he couldn’t see it?

As to defending that which requires no defense, why would you engage in a debate defending Joe McCarthy? To engage in the debate gives credence to his attackers. Debating whether you feel it was okay for Senator McCarthy to make his accusations is akin to taking up a debate on whether vanilla ice cream is tasty.

No decent supporter of Joe McCarthy would ask you to engage in such a debate.

In other words, why debate?

I would say the same to those on the left who feel that Joe McCarthy was in the wrong. Why would you debate that? You shouldn’t.

If what you say is not so it will crumble up like a leaf and blow away with the wind. If what you say is so, nothing will prevent it from manifesting itself.

Yet time and again, Buckley invites guests to debate silly points.

I admit he is entertaining, yet as a small town conservative, I don’t want someone who claims to represent me to argue silly points or defend things which should not be defended at all.

Doing so makes me look stupid, uncaring and cruel.

It also tags me as a rich guy, untrue, who only cares about rich people.

For decades, William F Buckley was the image presented to Americans of a typical conservative.

Is it to anyone’s surprise that people on the left despised conservatives?

Is to anyone’s surprise that people in the media regularly mocked conservatives?

Buckley’s presence made it difficult for conservatives to gain sustainable majorities that could push through substantive transformative legislation in Congress.

How could this possibly occur when your party is perceived as being for the rich who believe in trickle down economics?

To bolster their ranks all the Democrats had to do was to point to William F. Buckley, a rich guy with a fancy accent and fancy words.

Add in some rich guys like Nelson Rockefeller, George Herbert Walker Bush, Mitt Romney and any number of well-heeled members from the University club, and, presto, new voters for the Democratic Party.

Thus under Buckley’s deft guidance, the Republican Party came to be known as the party of the rich.

And because of this, the rich gravitated toward the Republican Party and the conservative movement.

Money was seen as a solution.

It was futile as a conservative to try to explain to regular Americans that conservative values such as individualism would engender trickle up, not trickle down, economics.

Try explaining that point as Ann Richards remarks that George Herbert Walker Bush was born with a silver foot in his mouth.

In reality, George Bush wasn’t the only one born with a silver foot in his mouth.

William F. Buckley started the trend.

Of course, that was the whole point.

Buckley was placed in the conservative movement and Republican Party to control it. Now, it’s not necessary that a person who accomplishes such a task is fully cognizant of what he or she is doing. The elites only need to promote that particular individual who suits their needs.

In the case of Buckley though, a rich guy, a Yale guy, a CIA guy, a member of the elite, an oil guy, a crony capitalist, a member of Skull and Bones, I would say he was in on it.

I would say he was fully aware of what he was doing.

He was just another globalist who believes that the ends justifies the means.

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Shut Them Down

For the good of the country and the world, Harvard and Yale must be shut down.

Why not?

We shut down criminals.

We shut down companies that engage in rampant fraud.

Why shouldn’t Harvard and Yale be held accountable?

They should be.

The problem with these schools is that they promote elitism.

Their near exclusive control of our media and government potentiates that elitism.

The graduates from these schools feel, exercise and expect the twin towers of entitlement and invulnerability.

They believe it is their right to rule, not unlike the divine right of kings; and they expect invulnerability for their actions, not unlike sovereign immunity.

We pay the price just as our ancestors paid the price only a few hundred years ago, which is why they came here to America – to escape elitists and elitist institutions like Harvard and Yale.

The arrogance of these graduates is stupefying.

One classic example is everyone’s favorite punching bag – Robert S. McNamara, Harvard graduate.

That he is a punching bag is well-deserved.

We always knew that Robert McNamara was a doofus for his terrible prosecution of the Vietnam war, but at the time of the Vietnam war many of us never really felt he was a war criminal. We just thought he was stupid, which he was.

Soldiers of course knew that Bob was a war criminal.

As time passed, soldiers were able to write books and tell their stories.  

That was bad news for Bob.

As more time passed and the Internet was developed, soldiers were able to tell their stories on video and have them be accessed through YouTube.

That was double bad news for Bob.

For now we have conclusive proof that Robert McNamara was a war criminal.

No, I’m not talking about the murder and mayhem that was committed against the Vietnamese, although that is important. I am talking about a more wicked project which reveals what Harvard University did to Robert McNamara and its graduates, what  Yale University did and does to its graduates.

Robert McNamara instituted a project called Project 100,000. In order to beef up the number of men who could be sent to Vietnam, Robert McNamara mandated the military to accept and train men who were mentally disadvantaged to serve in combat situations.

Their death rate was three times higher than the average soldier.  These men could not understand the concept of lobbing a grenade into the air in an arc in order to hit a distant target.  Many of these men were a danger to the other combatants and were punished and ridiculed for their slow thinking.

Robert McNamara sent these boys to their death.  He knew they weren’t capable of being effective soldiers, but he did it anyway.

I can’t think of a more heinous act.  

It’s no different than what the Nazis did to the mentally impaired when they gassed them.

To his dying day Robert McNamara could neither see nor accept the immorality of this crime.

He was an entitled fool from a foolish institution that to this day can not accept responsibility for the harm they have caused this nation.

Harvard University made Robert McNamara what he was. 

Robert McNamara wasn’t born bad; he was made bad.

Harvard inculcated in him a sense of entitlement and invulnerability which resulted in his decision to effectively murder men who could not protect themselves.

Which is why Harvard and Yale and the rest of these institutions have earned the punishment of being shut down.

Now, some of you may think I am being unfair.

You may think I’m generalizing.

You pound your fist upon the table and talk about the “good” people who go there and the tremendous work ethic they have.  Perhaps your son or daughter or even yourself went there.

You have a good argument.

Here’s my counter:  We’re not talking about you, your son or your daughter. You can keep your job.  We’re talking about the university.

Harvard and Yale position themselves in the public mind as “elite” schools.  They let be it known through their propaganda and ruthless self-referral that if you go there, you will be given the keys to the kingdom.  That’s why people go there.

A school that engages in this behavior has to be held accountable for the results that this behavior produces.

These schools are not just schools where information is transferred; they are malicious connection networks that have done great harm to society – and more harm than good.

Look around you, Einstein.

There is scarcely a field of endeavor that has not been destroyed by these elitists.

Through their domination of Corporate America they polluted the Pacific Ocean with their plastic crap.

Through their greed they promoted trade agreements such as CAFTA and NATA which decimated America, Mexico and the countries of Central America.

Through outsourcing they crushed the economic engine in the rust belt that made for strong families, strong citizens.  They did it to pump up their stock options.  Now, the rust belt sits awash in the midst of an opioid crisis.

Through their  casual neglect they fostered  a housing bubble that ultimately crashed to cause the Great Recession of 2008.

To stimulate the economy they created war as an economic program.  War is now official policy in the United States, and this official policy has killed 500,000 in Iraq, 400,000 in Syria and few hundred thousand between Afghanistan and Libya.  These are conservative estimates.

To finance theses wars, our elites piled debt upon debt upon the American people, debt better spent on a crumbling American infrastructure.

The worst is yet to come.

These Caligulas sit by and eat grapes as a far greater threat is allowed to brew.

Its name is Fukushima.  Our leaders have not been doing the right thing by us when it comes to this pending disaster.

If a major earthquake hits the Fukushima area in Japan, it will be curtains for all wildlife in the Pacific Ocean.  Ultimately it will prove to be catastrophic for us as well.

A responsible leader would have already figured out a way to contain the problem.

A responsible leader would have figured out ways to soak up and neutralize – not box up and store –  existing radiation with natural substances.

Our leaders who come from elite institutions do nothing.  They are occupied with self-celebration.

Harvard and Yale need to be shut down.

So does the rest of the Ivy League.

Their buildings, books, libraries and infrastructure needs to stripped and auctioned off.  Doing so is just because it was one of  their Ivy League graduates  – Michael Milken, Wharton School – who enabled Corporate America to strip American factories bare through junk bond financing.

Their endowments which run into the billions can be repatriated back to the American people to help clean up the toxic waste they have left behind in the Pacific Ocean and the devastated families they left behind in the heartland of America through passage of misguided treaties such as NAFTA.

Who pushed through NAFTA, by the way?  I’m glad you asked.

Yale graduate Bill Clinton and Harvard graduate Al Gore.

I rest my case.