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yeah, its like getting admitted to an insane asylum –
If it would be Harvard only, it would be easy. Just chose another University and be happy.
But alas, the Zionist matrix has a lock grip on the education-science-complex. From preschool to post-graduate, the student’s brains get ever so slowly formed into an amorphous mush, barely able to respond to basic Pavlovian reflexes, and repeating the Politburo’s neurotic, double-binding, Self-splitting slogans.
Mis-education is, of course, one of the main pillars of all tyranny. After all, how effective could Fake News ever be, were they not anticipated and reinforced by the foundational lies of compulsory Fake education, best served before the age of 7, as the Zionist’s Jesuits were well aware of.
Here, by the way, a fantastic 2-hour documentary on Fake Wikipedia (German only):
What do they teach in Harvard, how to go to war and kill millions of people? “There never was a time of truth and/or justice in the US since colonial times, but the illusion of it.” Is Harvard the war college? What bothers me is governments killing people everyday to settle disagreements. I think the world is made up of morons and idiots, the people that allow their governments to go to war and the people in governments that propose war and start wars, those in governments that cannot settle disagreements without killing innocent people. Just look at the bombings and killings and threats of war that are going on all over the world just today, idiots and morons all. Harvard teaches killing people and going to war very well, now try to teach governments and people how to agree without going to war.
I was admitted to Harvard University (long ago). I also applied to MIT, and was accepted there too; I failed to graduate from MIT, but I did learn one thing. I picked MIT over Harvard because Harvard wanted me to take a bunch of humanities courses and I wanted to be an electrical enginneer, specializing in computers. The one thing I learned at MIT was that the only courses I liked were those offered by the Humanities department.
I was politely rejected by Harvard earlier this year.
I was dejected. But this cartoon made me cheerful.