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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Hand picking the new elites through sexual perversion.

Some of them want to abuse you and some of them want to be abused........... We are starting to see decadence in the name of freedom that will bring down a nation. It has happened many times in the past but most people don't know the untainted history if any at all. Welcome to Rome 2.0 people.

I was thinking more along the lines of them(the elite) using this to hand pick the new elites.

You catch someone in a deviant sex act or entice them into performing one and BAM,  you have instant blackmail material.


Get the future prospects used to weird sex acts, S&M, violence in sex, sex addiction, etc and there you go.
Harvard University, home to the best and the brightest, now has an official club for the kinkiest.

Harvard College Munch for the BDSM set will be approved as a student organization on Friday, the Crimson reported.

The expected go-ahead by the Committee on Student Life will entitle Munch to meet for lunch or dinner on campus, promote gatherings on school grounds and apply for grants from the school's Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisors organization, the paper said.

Once an informal gathering for like-minded individuals to discuss their proclivities in the bedroom without fear of being judged, Munch now has "institutional support" to provide reassurance for its members, its anonymous founder "Michael" said in the story.

One member told the Observer that she had been hit with a riding crop, a belt and canes in a private Munch get-together. "Floggers are my favorite," she said.

There is historical precedent. The Iowa State University student government funded a bondage club in 2003, calling it a triumph for diversity, one publication reported.

Now S&M clubs are increasingly popular at elite institutions as "50 Shades Of Grey" climbed the bestseller list, the Observer said. Columbia, Tufts, MIT and Yale have them, though the story did not say whether they were officially recognized. Assault cases from within some groups have sprung up as well, the paper said.

But one Munch member told the Crimson that the club could provide a haven for those who engage in BDSM (bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism) after they have been scarred by sexual abuse or other trauma.

Harvard spokesperson Jeff Neal told The Huffington Post that the college does not endorse the views or activities of any independent student organization.

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