I guess I didn't realize alot of changes to this area in past few years and my current legal issues reflect that.
This along with alot of other information I've read explains why Harvard and the surrounding area have gone downhill so badly culturally specifically when speaking about considering the common people.
The Liberal elites have created such an insane, insular realty for themselves during the past eight years (with the primary focus still on maintaining elite status and agendas) that they actually do not acknowledge the rest of the country or even the world outside their interconnected bubbles. This has led them to forget about things like the US Constitution etc.
I see signs on lawns everywhere in the area saying 'No matter where you are from we are glad to have you as our neighbors' and 'hate has no place here's yet there's people in local elite colleges telling white males to kill themselves or to abolish the white race.
So how is this hate acceptable?
Also over the past five years slowly theres been an anti homeless sentiment and even quite campaign to rid homeless from gentrified areas or areas now made more touristy and commercial. Sectioning of people for what used to be normal accepted behavior has been abused and authorities use this at theit own discression.
The day that traditionally corrupt authorities in an area like this become militarized and are capable of First Responder capacity to judge someone's competency should be a good indicator of Armmegeddon.
This area specifically has become more concerned with who uses what bathroom or race politics (even though it's supposedly a social construct ????) or 'rape culture' than the worldly issues that really matter.
That's the con. Training the next generations to focus on institutional changes only gives them the idea that nothing outside corporate or institutions matters much anyway.
Black Lives Matter-Homeless Lives Don't.
That is what I have first hand experience with in many college areas and that's not all their fault. Society is now dealing with more beligerant, ignorant and harmful houseless people than I can ever recall and our society's continued refusal to seek new and Alt ways of dealing with houseless culture, improving it or making it more sustainable is an indication that the Corporatocracy Matters-nothing else.
These kids should by all rights and logic be protesting nuclear accidents like Fukushima which is still leaking into the Pacific, automated warfare, drone strikes planned obscelescence of technologies creating endless pollution, etc but are being guided to focus on domestic issues that have their roots in long term problems that have always been and are still not dealt with and I doubt will be if the elite have any hand in it.
The issues I just mentioned make it obvious we have come to a time in our world's evolution where we should be focusing on All Lives Matter.
Continuing to support the military industrial complex and questionable wars overseas while focusing on relatively petty concerns domestically is a testament to the increasing insanity of humanity at large and the choosing of the elite-right or left, conservative or liberal- to go where the money goes and avoid issues that truly matter for genuine meaningful change whilst creatjng comfy little bubbles for themselves. As they insulate their cultish believers and isolate and alienate everyone else.
The ultimate false environment. A mall. A gated community.
Well it's probable the Dean won't have to deal with the in place sanctioned torture known as the language barrier at all the local Dunkin Donuts in metro Boston. Damn he's got race priveledge.
And I know that as a homeless radicalized activist who lives on a shoestrng monthly while supporting and helping other people like myself that since I'm used to such white privilege that Equality now feels like oppression.
That is an actual quote from an anonymous author.
"When you are used to privilege, Equality seems like oppression".
There's a reason it's anonymous. For obvious reasons.
No cult mind control ever wants you to really know where this great ominous power comes from or if it feels like being mobbed to get you to give in via peer pressure, exactly who those peers are.
I've been watching North Korea documentaries. So what's the difference between that culture and this one. I'd say that they have actual bliss over there. There's no fighting over which cult to belong to. From birth all they know is one.
The bliss of their Great Leader and his family.
Simple. Uncomplicated. Sounds pretty comfortable to me.
The only difference is it's more straight forward and obvious. And singular.
Maybe that's why we hate and fear them so much. Because we can't stand the parellells on comparison.
Bring back common sense and start fighting the things that really matter. For humanity.
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