posted on Dec, 13 2010 @ 10:04 AM
Actually the Elites consider the masses to not be normal.
We over breed often with no forethought as to how we are going to provide for the offspring to make sure they have a quality childhood, education,
We lack emotional discipline and are prone to fits of jealousy, anger; hold petty grudges and will often cut off our noses to spite our own faces.
We tend to live for the here and now and are overly self indulgent, doing little if anything to seek higher wisdoms and truth, understand complex
logistical challenges, and fail to build strong foundational elements in our lives that allowed for continual growth.
We love to lie to ourselves often over things that are so obvious as the lying becomes a form of denial, for example; most Americans know that
Washington’s political establishment is hopelessly corrupt and does not serve the people, yet most like to pretend that can all change in the next
election even though it doesn’t. We fail to be honest about our reality and deal with it responsibly and honestly.
We are overly superstitious; we love the Baby Jesus and Allah and think God gave the Jews Israel to live in.
We easily succumb to peer pressure and fads, and have a difficult time establishing a independent identity and strong sense of self, and will often go
along with the herd, even though we know it’s going in the wrong direction just to not make waves.
We prefer to follow and not lead, and prefer others have the lion share of the responsibility and blame when things go wrong, example; Americans
should know that buying foreign made products to save a few dollars would destroy American jobs, most when asked will make some kind of excuse of why
in their case it’s alright, even though they recognize in general it’s wrong. The masses will typically slit their own throats by doing the worse
thing possible for them and then wanting to hold others to account, when they are guilty of doing it themselves. Example; the government should have
passed a law making it illegal for me to shop at Wal-Mart it’s not their fault it’s mine.
We don’t stick together and support one another, while the elites do, example, Union Workers make too much money, there is no reason they should be
getting 65.00 an hour when I only get 10.00. Rather than take a stand and try to band your fellow workers together to demand 65.00 and bring yourself
up to that standard, most Americans would rather focus on dragging the 65.00 employee down to 10.00 an hour too.
The Elites are in fact doing fine, they understand the masses limitations, the desire to often aspire to the lowest common denominator instead of the
They choose when and wherever possible not to be hostage to that, by planning for it, and making allowances for it.
Unfortunately the masses don’t understand their own limitations quite so well, or see or want to admit how they are in fact the huge and biggest
part of the problem.
When 600,000,000,000 people basically abdicate most of their own responsibility to allow 2500 people to basically own and control everything of value
and make all the decisions for everyone else, this is what you end up with.
Don’t look at the elites, look in the mirror that’s where the problem starts and ends.