Elite schools yield elite results.
You can’t have elite schools and not expect elite results.
Elitism breeds elitism.
Of course it does. How could it be any other way?
If you send children to elite schools and then tell them that they are elite, they are going to prosecute their elitism.
They are going to award themselves large salaries.
They are going to rig the game so that they make billions of dollars.
They are going to polarize wealth.
Eventually, they will develop contempt for regular people.
They will lose all sense of noblesse oblige.
The result is what you see before you today in the United States.
It’s not rocket science.
If you send your children to elite schools, you will get elite results.
Your childrenwill lose the values that you impart into them and gain the values that the elite schools instill within them.
When they attend an elite school, they are joining a cult.
It is the cult of the best and brightest.
There at those elite schools they will meet important people. They will meet Brad Pitt. They will meet Tom Cruise. They will meet Tom Hanks. They will meet the captains of industry.
It is only natural that they will ask themselves. Why are they meeting these people and other people are not.
Well, the answer is because that’s the way the schools have things set up. It’s a cult, and they are indoctrinating your children to think of themselves as elites.
But that’s not what your child will conclude.
Your child will conclude that he is a cut above other people, that he or she is an elite.
Then, after many years, they will prosecute that vision ruthlessly upon the people.
They will increasingly not listen to other people.
Why should they? They are the elites. They are the smartest guys in the room.
They will then continue to perpetuate the beliefs of their cult in the media.
They will continue to make movies in which every genius is a Harvard or MIT graduate disregarding the fact that Albert Einstein went to a third-tier university, that Steve Jobs went to Reed College, and that Thomas Edison was homeschooled by his mother.
If they are in a position of power within the radio and television industry, they will subconsciously select members of their own cult to be the principal broadcasters.
Those biased radio and television broadcasters will never seriously point out the flaws of members of their own cult.
They will gloss over their mistakes. They will call them mistakes that anybody would have made. They will call them unforeseen mistakes.
If there is a scandal involving those elites, they will do a limbo dance and a French minuet around the truth.
The result will be that these elite leaders will never be held accountable. They will always escape justice.
The result will be a calamity for you.
More dangerous than that, though is that these broadcasters, by favoring graduates of elite schools, will slowly indoctrinate you into thinking that these people are the best and brightest.
The results will suggest otherwise.
This is where we stand in the United States of America.
We have leaders overwhelmingly from elite schools, who have been ruling us for the last 70 years.
They’ve created problems that are unbelievable.
You couldn’t imagine these problems when I was a boy just 60 years ago.
But here we are with runaway homelessness, runaway addiction, school shootings every day. massive polarization of wealth, teen, suicides, escalating, uncontrollable immigration on our southern border.
And yet, in all of this, no one in the main stream media has seriously asked the question: maybe our elite leaders don’t have the right stuff. Maybe we need to have regular people try to solve the problem.
Think about it.
We live in a Kim Jong-un society with infallible leaders.
They can do no wrong, yet society is collapsing about them.
So what do we do? What is the solution?
We must take the long term solution which paradoxically will be the short term solution.
We must withdraw our support from these elite schools.
We must shut them down.
The best way to shut them down is to not send our children to these schools.
The individual, not the school, must reign supreme.
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