July 23, 2019

College Admissions Scandal: Like It’s Something New

This is all a joke….right? As though the idea of somebody bribing somebody else for preferred treatment is something new. This has to at least be the second oldest profession in the world.

I smell a Hegelian Dialectic dirty rat here.

With laughter, I was reading an opinion piece in Bloomberg. It’s all about hypocrisy and the failure to uphold the mythological egalitarian standard that’s as steadfast in our culture as moral idealism. But, this doesn’t mean some of the things the opinion writer said don’t apply. For instance:

“Yet most top schools tolerate rampant grade inflation and gently shepherd their students toward graduation.”

No kidding! Much like finding a cure for “cancer” or __________ (take your pick) there is no profit to be made. So long as “money” finds its way into the coffers of the brain(less) factories, the odds of these universalities (correct word) latching hold of long term donations into the future stands to profit the school.

So what else is new. Did everybody just wake up as they were dumped off the turnip truck? Why all the fuss over bribery?

What else did the opinion writer have to say? “My second worry is that the number of bribery cases suggests that many wealthy Americans perceive higher education to be an ethics-free, law-free zone where the only restraint on your behavior is whatever you can get away with.”

Oh, shucks! It isn’t? Since when? The Left, through the power of the infiltration of the Jesuits into every facet of our lives, including education, controls every aspect of who gets into the universities that do the brainwashing necessary to perpetuate the evil that rules. More on this in a moment.

“Like most of us, I draw a distinction between laws we are expected to follow, and laws we aren’t.”

And where does the hypocrisy lie? Isn’t this part of the moral decay of a society that “draw[s] a distinction between laws we are expected to follow and laws we aren’t?” What, therefore, is the purpose of instituting laws to begin with. If society deems that only those laws that apply to their social culture should be obeyed (progressivism), then why are we, in our own hypocritical immorality finding unbelievability in the fact that bribing is a mainstay of American culture?

“They take [those involved in the scandal] its governing rules as optional and conditional, depending on convenience, much as we do many speed-limit signs.”

Again, I ask, since when is it a shock that “governing rules” are viewed as “optional and conditional?” The U.S. Government lives in that realm in their entire existence. We might sputter and carry on but we tolerate it, probably because that is the way we would prefer to live. Rules are for everybody else…right?

“These inegalitarian results are tolerated, even engineered, by the very same American institutions that pride themselves on their supposedly egalitarian values.”

AMEN! Once again I have to ask if this is, in fact, the common theme within our manufactured, immoral, in your face, decadent and perverse culture?

I may be critical of the hypocrisy, and also the hypocrisy of hypocrisy, but I’m not suggesting, because somehow those who are as guilty as those wanting to cast the first stones, seem to be gasping at this “illegal” behavior, it is somehow right and should be overlooked. On the contrary. Until such time as a society can go back and find Truth from their Creator, prepare for much worse – “Strong Delusion.”

In a society that finds that murdering babies up until the day they are born acceptable, why then are we spending so much time focusing on bribery as though it was some new phenomenon; a sin greater than murder?

Perhaps there is more to this bribery “scandal” than most know…or want to know. Nothing is ever what it seems. Certainly some of you have learned that over the years.

The Global Power Structure must ensure that they manufacture their leaders of the future. Because the Jesuits, the Society of Jesus, the military arm of the Vatican, controls every level of our education establishments, it is necessary for them to guarantee that sought-after candidates (those easy to brainwash) are given a seat in the universities of their (the Vatican’s) choosing. Because the Jesuits control every aspect of our lives, this will include representation in sports, wealth, politics, teaching, news reporting, etc. etc. etc. With this knowledge, one must ask who is really behind this so-called “bribery scandal” and is the Media’s insistence on embellishing a fake crisis all just part of the scam?

What’s in your wallet?

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