Prisoner 428 at Yale/Harvard

Prisoner 428 at Yale/Harvard

by Jon Rappoport

May 7, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

Before our two universities merged in the glorious revolution launched by the People’s Movement, there was a catalyzing event we would do well to remember, because it signified the end of Careless Or Irresponsible Language (COIL).

Literature Professor Max Maxx (Harvard ’31) was publishing elements of his journal on an independent blog. Frankly, no one understood what he was transmitting. And this was the precise problem. Why should he be allowed to promulgate opaque sentiments? They might be perverse. They might be coded instructions to his secret allies. They might be criticisms of the Movement.

Our Committee labeled them Privileged Communications. They showed signs of asserted Privilege. This was already against Student Law.

So we arrested Professor Maxx and confined him to the former basketball gymnasium, along with 427 other Harvard employees. There he has remained for six years. His sentence expires tomorrow.

Here is a sample of his blog writing (unknown triggers):

“Strange as it may sound, at this point I think I could write more words about writing than about the subjects I usually write about.

“I haven’t, but I could.

“That’s because the whole process, and more than that, the possibilities of writing, are electric.

“I’ve read enough books to be intrigued by the way writers build worlds. Flat worlds in which objects have sharp edges. Dreamy worlds, in which glistening mysteries walk. Worlds of facts. Worlds of rhythm. There is no end. There is no terminal where all the trains stop.

“There are possibilities words can’t describe, and yet writers try. In the trying, they open up new doors, and I can look at what might be beyond those openings.

“This has nothing to do with the mind. Instead it refers to what the mind could be.

“I have a thousand half-formed characters in potential works I haven’t written. Characters, invented people. They barely exist, but they could be fleshed out. And if they aren’t, it doesn’t matter. They can dissolve at some point. They or their cousins can be brought back.

“There are a billion novels that could be written, and all of them travel beyond any comprehension of a system or a pattern.

“There are languages of poetry no one has fathomed.

“All this is good.

“There are oceans never before seen.

“All this is good.

“All this is the background from which I write and, I believe, from which all writers write, no matter what words they put down on paper.

“Then there are aspects of the background which are still obscured, from which nothing has yet emerged. It is night there. Or high noon. Who knows?

“Part of every person is what he could be. Without that, we wouldn’t exist at all.”

As you can see, Professor Maxx’s words are a) suggestive and meaningless, and b) dangerous because their intent is not clear.

During his arrest process, he was told, “If you have something to say, say it.” He refused.

Now he will be released.

He still does not confess to his crimes.

We have not harmed him. We have only tattooed “428” on his forehead.


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He will not be allowed on this campus or in any of our outlying bunkers.

If you encounter his words, turn away. If you encounter him, shun him.

Don’t wonder what his words mean.

Don’t bother.

He is extinct.

I have spent a year writing this article. Many people have helped me. It was a labor of duty. I’m sure I used too many large words. But it doesn’t matter. I have taken a pledge never to write again. I am washed clean.

I am free of language and its deceptions. From this moment on, I will only gesture.

Language must be eliminated.

Yours truly,

Abernathy Van Dangle

Dean of Students By Students For Students Of Students, Yale/Harvard

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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4 comments on “Prisoner 428 at Yale/Harvard

  1. howardat58 says:

    “Now you’ve graduated from High School, what’s next?”
    “I have been cleansed of all bad thoughts. My common core has been excised. To upset someone is no longer in my repertoire. The next four years at Harvale I will be.”
    “You surely are ‘College and Career Ready’ “.

    I love this bit:
    As you can see, Professor Maxx’s words are a) suggestive and meaningless, and b) dangerous because their intent is not clear.

  2. From Québec says:

    Language must be eliminated.

    —————————————————–

    They say time changes all it pertains to
    But your memory is stronger than time

    I guess everything does change
    Except what you choose to recall

    (Excerpt from one of Merle Haggard’s song)

  3. From Québec says:

    This Song Is Mine (Merle Haggard)

    Sometimes songs are done by singers
    That don’t mean them

    And at times I’ve done the same
    And couldn’t sing them

    At times I’ve written songs
    About some things I didn’t do

    I’ve written words in many ways
    To make them rhyme

    And at times I’ve stolen notes
    That weren’t mine

    Sometimes I changed my style all around
    To make it new

    But these are my words and mine alone
    These words are true this is my way
    And it’s for you

    With all of my heart, my soul and my mind
    These are my words, these notes are mine
    And this song is mine

  4. From Québec says:

    Post scriptum:

    I forgot to put the link. I think it is more powerful with the music in the video.
    Words means something. language is important.

    Merle Harrd – This Song Is MineThis Song Is Mine

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