Archive for the 'elites' Category

19 September, 2021

Posted by Socrates in elites, elites vs. normal people at 12:25 pm | Permanent Link

“Spare the rod, spoil the child.” Yes! We learned in Political Science class in college that “rich, powerful elites” are usually very corrupt people because they were never disciplined as children. They were raised mostly by nannies and so were rarely or never punished for wrongdoing. They “got away with murder,” so to speak, as […]

6 September, 2019

Posted by Socrates in Brexit, Britain, educated morons, elites, elites vs. normal people, England, EU, Europe, eurozone, global citizenship/world citizenship, global government, global vs. local/regional, globalization, politics, Socrates at 12:24 pm | Permanent Link

Postpone, postpone, postpone. The oldest legal trick in history. The idea is to wear the other guy out, leading to his eventual defeat — winning by attrition, in other words. But anyway… Three years ago, the voters of Britain said that they wanted to leave the EU. A necessary move. Britain should be controlled by […]

16 June, 2016

Posted by Socrates in America, capitalism, CEOs, Congressmen, elites, elites vs. normal people, political corruption, politics, Socrates at 12:55 pm | Permanent Link

I mentioned elites in the prior post. Let’s look at them a little more closely. When I took Political Science in junior college, one of the things that we talked about in class was “elites vs. normal people.” Elites are Senators, congressmen, corporate CEOs, governors, and other powerful people. Elites (whether Jewish or gentile) are […]