Who Are The Elitists? Read And Tell Your Children About Their Children.

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An AOC commentary contributed by James Edward (Freelance Media)

Generations that did not study the German-Nazi movement nor Mussolini’s Fascist movement in Italy, may not understand today’s economic downtrends of governments worldwide including the USA. Massive homelessness and judicial corruption are key.

The Elitists are today’s Fascists and history points to Nazism as its neighboring stronghold.

Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was an Italian politician, journalist and leader of the National Fascist Party.

For your information, Fascism is a government’s economic divide whereby the wealthiest people within a society are given superior economic status including legal and political empowerments.

We now have a USA President Trump,who had wealth before the today’s Fascist, Neo Nazi {Skull and Bones Movement). Hillary Clinton, who no doubt would have whipped this corrupt system clean, is also accused of being a Fascist. The Problem with our Fascist gateways are not politicians but fake news, corrupt court agendas and networkings around the world.

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“I Am Not an Elitist! (Or Am I?) Certain elites are criticized by Trump, and perhaps he has a point”

Saul Levine M.D.

I Am Not an Elitist! (Or Am I?)
Certain elites are criticized by Trump, and perhaps he has a point.

Elitism has become a dirty word, at least among some people who feel that elites are despicable. I hereby declare that “I am not an Elitist” (…or am I?).

As I write this self-serving statement, I’m reminded of the words, “I am not a crook!” spoken by Richard Nixon on national television in 1973. He was protesting that he had nothing to do with the infamous Watergate break-in. (His words were carefully chosen, well-articulated…and blatant lies.)

While the word “crook” refers to someone who breaks the law by stealing, in contrast, ‘elitists’ are doing nothing illegal. Nonetheless, they are seen by President Trump and many of his supporters as nefarious and sworn political enemies.

Trump’s version of elitists are snobs and entitled liberals who profess to have superior intellect and values. To him, they are the educated classes, professionals, scientists and artists, the sophisticated urbanites who populate college towns and large cities. He accuses cultured urban elites of being unaware and uninterested in how “the other half” lives, and of abandoning his base of fervent supporters.

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How ‘Elites’ Became One of the Nastiest Epithets in American Politics

By Beverly gage

The notion that distant elites might be conspiring against the people comes straight from the Founding Fathers, whose Declaration of Independence lamented the “long train of abuses and usurpations” inflicted upon ordinary Americans by an arrogant British king. From there on, United States history might be seen as a repeating cycle of anti-elite revolt. The Jacksonians rebelled against the Founders’ aristocratic pretensions. Northern “free labor” went to war against the oligarchical slavocracy. And the Populist revolts of the late 19th century adapted this story to modern capitalism, with farmers and laborers rebelling against robber barons, bankers, time-management experts and college-educated professionals.

The first historians to study those Populists described them as heroic crusaders, champions of the “people” against the “powers.” But by the middle of the 20th century, alarmed by the rise of fascism and homegrown demagogues like Senator Joseph McCarthy, a new generation of scholars took a more anxious view of the anti-elite spirit. In his 1955 book “The Age of Reform,” Richard Hofstadter dismissed the Populists as backward-looking, provincial anti-Semites, the latent fascists of their day. Eight years later, his “Anti-Intellectualism in American Life” documented a dangerous suspicion of “the critical mind” that seemed to course through the national culture. From his perspective, the 1952 election captured everything wrong with American political life, with Dwight Eisenhower’s “philistinism” winning over Adlai Stevenson’s “intellect.”

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