posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 10:24 AM
Hate to break it, but there are three points I need to make. First I'd like to say that ivy-league president's ain't exactly something new. Then,
I'd go into some Marxist theory.
What if I told you that the person that will be president of the United States is being groomed as we speak at an ivy-league university? Your reply
would be that you would first ask if I meant educated when I said groomed. I did so. Let's make the statement a bit more provocative. Let's make him
gay. Or, let's make her a woman. Nothing changes. You see how big the possibility is for such rhetoric to be true?
Then, let's talk about social sciences. There are some basic types to look at society. Functionalism, conflict-theory and a couple of other ways.
Let's dig deeper into this "conflict theory". It says that society is composed by some groups who dominate it. This is an idea that ties well with
Marx. In fact, you could say that Marxist thinking represents a branch of conflict-theory. At academic courses there are many subject that ties into
Speaking of conflict theory. There is another thing that also ties into this way of thinking about society. Conspiracy theory. So, on this very sites
there are a lot of people who borrow the ideas from Marx. Marx didn't have the solution, but he sure had a very useful way of looking on society. I
don't think you can call yourself a conspiracy-theorist if you don't know these basic things about society. That Marx had useful ideas does not make
implementing communism a great idea. And to guess that some minority will sometime be president, is not a hard guess.