Sunday, February 23, 2020

Washington Post's Azari: I Would Not Trust the Elite to Choose a Dog Catcher

Staff Writer, DL Mullan
Elites / Oligarchs / Elections

The elite political class from monarchies to dictatorships spanning five thousand years, what hasn't the world's elite done for humanity? Conquest, war, hunger, and death. The elite political class preys on people's fears in order to manipulate and control their everyday lives like psychopaths.

So when the mainstream media praises the elite political class for anything, shouldn't we question if that publication should be even take seriously? The original headline to the Washington Post read: Give the Elites a Bigger Say in Choosing the President. Now the headline reads: It's time to switch to preference primaries. 

Entitled elite political class has given humanity endless wars to profit from while pushing the failures of socialism/communism for societal control like they have for any other religion:
  • World War I
  •  Bolshevik Revolution
  • World War II
  • National Socialist German Workers' Party
  • Cold War Communism vs the Free World 
  •  Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
  • Berlin Wall, East and West Germany 
  • Vietnam
  • Korea, North verses South
  • Communist China
  • United Nations' Agenda 21, 2030, Megaregions 2050
That is but a snapshot of elite damage caused because their way was more important to them than one human life. When the entitled elite political class can make money off human suffering, they are happy to provide the false flags, lies through media, deception via politicians to make their dreams of death and destruction come true.

The Elite's top organizations
I would never choose someone from the entitled class of pompous egomaniacs to choose my local dog catcher let alone President of the United States. 

“And for the international order that we have worked for generations to build, ordinary men and women are too small minded to govern their own affairs. Order and progress can only come when individuals surrender their rights to an all powerful sovereign.”
Obsessed with power and control of someone else... and ordinary people are small minded? Gimme a break, losers.

That mindset is how they think of everyone who isn't them: peasants, unworthy, useless eaters.

Why would anyone want that mental illness to be in charge of anything or anyone?

We have new entitled pozers of the rich and famous believing their celebrity is more important than being a productive member of our society. If you are on a television show or in a movie, somehow your voice carries more weight. If you recorded an album, somehow your voice carries more weight. If you play a child's sport as a profession, somehow your voice carries more weight.

We have presidential candidates who have spent $400 million on their egos, I  mean: campaigns, but have not once used their money to help someone in need. $64 billion could erase debts of the disabled and their caregivers. 

That's the issue. We have elites who want to tell the rest of us what to do and how high to jump, but at the end of the day, the elites themselves harbor no personal responsibility to their own edicts.

So what are our elections about? Elevating the elite's favorite candidate to make the masses feel all the ill in the world is their own fault? Shouldn't we be blaming the top 1% of the 1% instead? 

There is a lot of talking the talk, which is meaningless. We need politicians who walk the walk. How are you productive in our society? What have you done besides move our industry and manufacturing to China and India? Replaced our workers with foreigners for cost cutting? 

Is that really walking the walk of American ideals and exceptionalism? 

Or, is it another example of how the elite political class feels they are entitled to selling us out to line their own hedge funds?