Though imploding from within by adopting a blazing rash of radicalized policy, Harvard. the elitist institution of higher learning founded nearly three centuries ago, proudly transcends time with a sardonic smirk. Snarky echoes of “We are better than you!” ping pong off the ivy covered walls, as the tendrils of the vines engulf the entire campus in a vacuum tight seal, preventing the invasion of stark reality and the integration of crucial concepts such as tolerance, accountability, and justice. Parkland shooting survivor and gun rights supporter Kyle Kashuv apparently upset the academic nest to a breaking point, as Fox News profiles that online statements authored by the public figure and shared when he was 16-years-old, reemerged and sparked a chain reaction which ultimately led to a rebuke of disappointing finality. At the very least officials at the esteemed university and associated extremists can remain steadfast in knowing that at least one standard operating procedure proves consistent amid the tumultuous environment of change, as discouraging conservative viewpoints on campus is a well-practiced tradition.
Kashuv employed the services of social media to share his plight of allegedly being denied by the antithesis of the Skull and Bones society admission board for generating and disseminating content to friends that would generally not be acceptable in polite conversation. Ironically, the naive nemesis to responsible gun owners, fellow Parkland shooting survivor and repugnant activist poster boy for gun control, David Hogg, has posted news of his acceptance to the Boston-area college, leading to an interesting scenario, however Kashuv’s polarizing spiel of distasteful ramblings did not include mention of a position on firearms. In the case of Hogg, his very public biased indoctrination probably aided in offsetting an SAT performance that was not up to Ivy league standards.
Hopefully, the right minded young man learns a valuable lesson from this personal fiasco, in refraining from posting remarks that could incite a negative reaction in the physical presence of another individual. The younger generations simply fail to understand the consequences of their actions, and are utterly clueless to the reality that the internet, devices, social networks and apps possess a perfect memory, and in regards to Kushav, a selective one at that.
The fairy tale electronic unicorn moral of the story in dealing with a hive mind group think hierarchy of discontent, is to employ tactics of subtlety and nuance, as an alternative to publishing blatant dialogue which contains talking points and slang that trigger a visceral reaction, especially on a platform that never forgets. With attentions spans dwindling to nothingness as the 15-second news cycle of ultraviolet flashes burns an agenda into the cerebral cortex, a collection of hard work and accomplishments can be erased in a nano-second by the viral tide of what is trending now, a volatile pedestal that is swiftly misplaced by information overload.
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