“New” Harvard Lottery is Anything BUT That

How the old automata guard had the nerve to resuscitate a two hundred year old system and sprout the nerve to blatantly lie about it being a “new idea” is beyond me.

https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2019/9/10/gen-ed-cap/

(but I ain’t so smart as to understand such things.. as Massa’s been kind enough to remind everybody on an continual and mind numbing basis)

My guess? It’s to cherry pick candidates who display specific and discretionary personality traits.

So that they may continue whatever gross human rights violations and unethical practices the Harvard elite wish to carry on with without discovery from the rest of us “heifer-monkey” bacteria who constitute 99.9 percent of the human population.

That’s why.

I mean, we ARE talking about these cats….

They didn’t exactly get away with that original horror show, affecting entire societies, for so very long..by risking the letting in of too many (if any at all) human beings “infected” with compassion and plain ethical decency.

Did they? No.

So…for today’s history lesson and your browsing amusement…an original Harvard lottery announcement from 1795.

(From 1795 ‘Independent Chronicle/Universal Advertiser’. Personal collection)

I mean..that’s exactly what Massa has always needed the most when he’s had to poison us, kill us and fool us en masse…isn’t it? “Cold objectivity” and unquestioned “hop to it-ness” by their elite and cherished darlings.

This ole thing? Eh, it’s only the death threat and declaration and promise of intended genocide and slavery against us.. made over 50 years ago..that no one is paying any mind to..that’s all.

“I’ve come to see institutional decline like a staged disease: harder to detect but easier to cure in the early stages, easier to detect but harder to cure in the later stages. An institution can look strong on the outside but already be sick on the inside,”
― James C. Collins, How The Mighty Fall: And Why Some Companies Never Give In

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