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The elite fear for their status and authority. This explains everything.

By Patrick follow Patrick   2021 Aug 20, 11:06am 355 views   22 comments   watch   nsfw   quote   share      


The elite are very insecure since the election of Trump. Trump represents populism, their worst nightmare.

Populism is the idea that ordinary people who did not attend Ivy League schools are as capable of governing as the elite who did.

Note that Trump, though a billionaire, did not attend an Ivy League school and does not have the manners or ideas or the elite.

This makes him a mortal threat to that elite, especially because he demonstrated the ability to avoid wars and boost the economy quite well in spite of being an outsider.

And so their Ivy League degrees and other signs and symbols of being better than everyone else have been devalued. Everything they worked for to separate themselves and place themselves on a pedestal above the hoi polloi is being devalued as they are publicly proven over and over to be incompetent and venal, not deserving of any authority at all.

Thatcher and Trump refused to give the automatic respect many academics feel is their due. They gave the impression that they could see right through us, an uncomfortable feeling.


This elite perceived what was happening in national politics as a deadly challenge to its own status.
- Thomas Frank on why the elite hated Trump

And so the mandatory jabs are the latest expression of the obviously psychotic and desperate attempts of the elite to achieve utter obedience to their "superior wisdom". They are also a way to filter those obedient to the incompetent and venal elite from those who are not obedient so that they can be killed.
1   HunterTits   ignore (4)   2021 Aug 21, 11:51am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Need to line the elites up against a wall and, well...you guess the rest.
2   Patrick   ignore (1)   2021 Aug 21, 12:37pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

As they get more and more authoritarian, demanding submission to the jab, more and more people agree with that sentiment.
3   Shaman   ignore (2)   2021 Aug 21, 1:58pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

I told one recently that at the Nuremberg Trials Part 2, all the fascists would be hung. Then I said we’d save him a rope.
Maybe a bit hostile but I got my point across.
4   MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou   ignore (1)   2021 Aug 21, 2:31pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Shaman says
I told one recently that at the Nuremberg Trials Part 2, all the fascists would be hung. Then I said we’d save him a rope.
Maybe a bit hostile but I got my point across.


Love it.

A somewhat more veiled threat "I'll mention you to the Truth & Justice Commission a few years from now"
5   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Aug 21, 3:11pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

If this vaccination does turn out to be extremely detrimental, it will be our duty to forcibly remove those that advocated and pushed this vaccine from the population. I hope this does not come to pass though.
6   Onvacation   ignore (7)   2021 Aug 21, 3:36pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

richwicks says
If this vaccination does turn out to be extremely detrimental

IF?

The evidence is stacking up. What are the powers that be so afraid of? Are they truly afraid that this virus is deadly? Or is it the fear of losing control?
7   Patrick   ignore (1)   2021 Aug 21, 3:57pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

I think at this point they are afraid of being exposed as the incompetent money-grubbing frauds that they really are.

And so they double down on stupid as a defense mechanism.


@AlexBerenson
Aug 17
Those of us who have wondered over the years how places like Venezuela got that way - how governments can act in ways that are not just undemocratic but simply insane and guaranteed to produce chaos and misery even in the short run...

Turns out that setting destructive policies and then DOUBLING DOWN when they blow up seems to create its own feedback loop

And the modern administrative state has enough levers to pull (hospital reimbursement, say) to make almost ANYTHING happen for a while. By which point it may be too late.
8   MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou   ignore (1)   2021 Aug 21, 4:49pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

We might see some under the bus throwing.

What saved Fauci once the Emails came out and he disappeared for a while was a lot of reassurances from various sectors. I'm sure Obama or his Circle reached out to let Fauci know it was safe to go back on TV and he wouldn't face any tough questions.

IF their whole narrative collapses - let's remember these people aren't 100% perfect as underhanded as they are - they may have to sacrifice some people.

The conundrum now is if to keep COVID going by lying about the Flu being COVID, and how to make up an excuse as to why the vax didn't work.

I think the "Third Booster is needed" and "it was the unvaxxed that caused the mutation" that will be the excuses. Never mind that viruses mutated constantly, the Flu is never one variant but many and they change or mutate every year.
9   Reality   ignore (8)   2021 Aug 21, 5:43pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

IIRC, the Donald did go to U.Penn. Fundamentally, there are two type of elites: those who have real talents and can figure out ways running successful competitive businesses (i.e. consumers go to them by individual choice) vs. those who are caught up in elitist social circles due to circumstances/family-connections but have no real talents. The latter group have to form mafia groups to loot the general population in order to feel better for themselves because they don't have the talent or skills to come up with viable businesses to which normal people would favor . . . that's why they are always trying to come up with big government "solutions" in order to force people into those bad choices that they have concocted.

There also seem to be a century-cycle, where perhaps the banks, insurance companies and government bureaucracies, after 60-80 years of expansion (taking deposits, taking insurance premiums, and promising retirement pension. . . all liabilities on those institutions), may not have the means to deliver their promises. In the early 1900's, there were the two "world wars" and systemic Asprin over-dose (aka "the Spanish Flu") to wipe out a huge swath of population that had savings and insurance (which didn't have to pay out when deaths took place in war or in pandemic, especially if the whole families died leaving no one to file claims), along with the toppling of multiple regimes; in the early 1800's, there was the Napoleonic Wars and the blood-letting treatment that killed people in droves (including men like George Washington and Mozart); in the early 1700's, there were the War of Spanish Succession and the Great Northern War, both started with absurd causes and throwing the entire Europe into decades of wars; in the early 1600's, there was the 30-years War, which was the most destructive war in Europe till WWI and WWII.

It's easy to understand why big banks and big insurance companies want wars and mass death events to kill people by the millions in order to take liabilities off their books. The same is also true (likely even worse) for government/imperial bureaucracy: a government/imperial bureaucracy is at its core also a pension insurance scheme run on a pyramid-scheme footing: in the first generation after a "reset"/war/mass-death-event, a new regime only has to pay current bureaucrats . . . after about 20-30 years, the government not only has to pay current bureaucrats but also an entire generation of retired bureaucrats . . . things only get worse in the third generation: as the bureaucracy not only has to pay current bureaucrats but also two generations of retired bureaucrats while the third generation bureaucrats are typically not nearly as competent as the first generation bureaucrats (even if the first generation had been picked by merit/competence, the third generation are usually there by their connection / being born to earlier bureaucrats, especially selecting the grandkids who can not hack it in the market place, on top of genetic reversion to the average by the third generation). It is little wonder then their institutions become financially unviable . . . so they resort to killing millions of people through wars and fake pandemics (treatment kills; medical mass murders) in order to loot the savings/investment/pensions of the general public.
10   FuckCCP89   ignore (6)   2021 Aug 21, 5:49pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Obama was supposedly a Harvard-trained lawyer, right? How many billable hours has he spent working in a profession he was trained for? Exactly zero.

Biden? Same shit (minus Harvard).
11   Ceffer   ignore (6)   2021 Aug 21, 5:58pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

FuckCCP89 says
Obama was supposedly a Harvard-trained lawyer, right? How many billable hours has he spent working in a profession he was trained for? Exactly zero.

I read somewhere he had logged a total of 3200 or so billable hours. Most lawyer bill for incidentals over the standard rates, so he probably billed about a year and a half of 'standard' 40 hour work weeks as lawyer. However, again, it's impossible to know how much of this was any kind of client representation or just filler and lobbying grift from his handlers. When he campaigned, they said he was a 'Law Professor', when he only ever had a position as a part time volunteer lecturer, a dime a dozen position done for appearances mostly.
Stuff that they had from Obama's actual writings show it full of misspellings and errors, written at an intermediate college level at best, kind of like a high school kid doing encyclopedia copy. The years he was supposed to be at Columbia, nobody remembers him. He was probably attending intelligence agency charm, dress and beauty school during that period, and the Columbia and Harvard Law shticks were just part of the Manchurian fix.
12   Patrick   ignore (1)   2021 Aug 21, 6:00pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Reality says
IIRC, the Donald did go to U.Penn


in 1964, he enrolled at Fordham University. Two years later he transferred to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in May 1968 with a B.S. in economics


OK, barely.The University of Pennsylvania is not much respected by the rest of them.
13   Ceffer   ignore (6)   2021 Aug 21, 6:02pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Patrick says
OK, barely.The University of Pennsylvania is not much respected by the rest of them.




U. Penn is generally well regarded, so I don't really think it's a dis. I had a client from Stanford, a stone prodigy computer genius fast tracked through Phd. at the age of 23, who went to U. Penn as an automatic associate professor.
14   Reality   ignore (8)   2021 Aug 21, 6:32pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

U.Penn is one of the original Ivy League Colleges/Universities. It is not as heavily mined by the elitist political network as Yale ("Skull & Bones"), Harvard (ideology and K-school of government training foreign political leaders/operatives therefore also diplomats), Princeton (the warmer weather suburban version of Harvard), Columbia (propaganda) and MIT (the federal reserve econometrists). Those schools (the original Ivy League also including not mentioned above Cornell and Dartmouth in rural settings and Brown in RI; plus the 20th century rising stars MIT and Stanford) do have a lot of smart people, so much so that they had to invent affirmative action so that the kids of the political elite (and those being groomed) going there would not otherwise stand out as idiots on campus.
15   clambo   ignore (5)   2021 Aug 21, 7:10pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

“Penn”, or U Penn, is just a little bit less prestigious than the usual Ivy League places you have heard of.
I know this because I attended a prep school and for many there the purpose of being there was to get into a fancy college. Kids compared the relative prestige and merits of them.
There was actually a guy who worked there whose job was to get us interviewed by various colleges, he was sort of a matchmaker in a way.
A little known place was considered elite, Amherst College. One of my classmates went there, another to MIT. My roommate went to Brown, but he had a special deal, he repeated a grade and spent 2 years at our school, so he was considered capable. His father must have been an alumnus and cut a deal.
The smartest kids became physicists and scientists and doctors.
The second smartest became lawyers and businessmen.
Someone must have gotten into computer stuff but I don’t know.
Interesting that some later told me that getting in was the hardest part of the Ivy League experience for them.
16   NDrLoR   ignore (1)   2021 Aug 21, 9:15pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Reality says
U.Penn is one of the original Ivy League Colleges/Universities
And the alma mater (or Alma Mammy as he called it) of Fred Waring, one of the most talented musicians of the first half of the 20th century. His dance records of the 20's and early 30's are some of the best arrangements that came out of that era, then his Glee Club occupied the rest of his career. He was also the inventor of the Waring Blendor, as he spelled it. His first interest was engineering, but in 1918 his small band, along with his brother Tom, became too popular to ignore:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fq8G7D3Nsrs
17   MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou   ignore (1)   2021 Aug 21, 9:31pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Ceffer says

Stuff that they had from Obama's actual writings show it full of misspellings and errors, written at an intermediate college level at best, kind of like a high school kid doing encyclopedia copy. The years he was supposed to be at Columbia, nobody remembers him. He was probably attending intelligence agency charm, dress and beauty school during that period, and the Columbia and Harvard Law shticks were just part of the Manchurian fix.


I think they whipped out something he allegedly edited/wrote for the Harvard Law Review as a student, but nobody remembered him there either.

Contrasted with Bill Clinton, whom everybody remembered at the time.
18   Ceffer   ignore (6)   2021 Aug 21, 10:20pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou says
I think they whipped out something he allegedly edited/wrote for the Harvard Law Review

Attendees at other law schools and law review positons said Obama's rise to the law review didn't resemble anything they knew about the process of law reviews in general and how they function at high end law schools. Most required some pretty exhaustive bibliotec-ing skills and preferably an original piece of research. What Obama ever wrote was short and derivative at best.
The publicity stunt part of it was that Obama was some kind of grand mediator and reconciliation genius between the bitterly opposed conservative and liberal segments of the student body, which had nothing to do with the process of law review appointments. Also, it was said that Obama had some designated student who partnered with him or acted as a secretary or something, another unusual thing that they said was never previously done at Harvard. Whoever partnered with him was likely the actual brains acting as beard while Obama was for show and law review was a fake generalissimo medal, like his Nobel Peace Prize. Harvard was in on the intelligence operation scam from beginning to end.
19   zzyzzx   ignore (2)   2021 Oct 12, 12:26pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Tulsi Gabbard issues warning about elites to Americans

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pn-cd6YJvF4

Non YouTube link:
https://video.foxnews.com/v/6276088288001#sp=show-clips
20   Patrick   ignore (1)   2021 Oct 12, 12:27pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

@zzyzzx Can you find that on Rumble, Bitchute, or Odysee?
21   HunterTits   ignore (4)   2021 Oct 12, 12:32pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

zzyzzx says
Tulsi Gabbard issues warning about elites to Americans

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pn-cd6YJvF4

Non YouTube link:
https://video.foxnews.com/v/6276088288001#sp=show-clips


Yeah. Saw that. She said it good.
22   MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou   ignore (1)   2021 Oct 13, 9:09pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Ceffer says
Harvard was in on the intelligence operation scam from beginning to end.


I could believe it. Same reports from Columbia. He's repped as some big shot ace student, but almost nobody remembers him, and those that did thought him unremarkable.

The Ayers - because I believe the Father was in on it - were his lifetime handlers.

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