The Elite's Inability To Rule
What people need to realize, though, is that it’s not that the system is a little broken, but that the entire thing needs to be abandoned.
“Superficial goals lead to superficial results.”
Attila the Hun
Something a lot of people do not seem to understand is that the elites are not competent, and that this contemporary panicmode they’re in is simply the veil falling as they choose short-term time preference over the maintenance and constancy of their power. They can no longer maintain a continuity of the narrative, and subsequently, seem to have completely lost any support from the peasants, but alas, their opponents seem to still be convinced that the elites actually want to crash the system.
One of my favorite books as a kid was The Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun by Wess Roberts. Attila was an heir to a noble family, and throughout his youth, spent time as a protégé for rulership. He seemed to understand the mechanics behind ruling, and probably due to a low level of empathy, and high level of neuroticism, he murdered his own two uncles within a day of gaining power, then his own brother Bleda followed, to make sure he had absolute control with no setbacks. It was clear he had a grand vision to ensure his own vast empire that rivaled that of Rome and Byzantium, and to ensure that, he had to clean out the proverbial rot of his fledgling empire to safeguard compliance and hegemony; he didn’t want any pushback against the rapid mobilization and formation of giant alliances and trade agreements to establish an ironclad nemesis to the decaying Rome and delicate Byzantium down south.
And even with great Napoleon, and the dictators of the twentieth century, a common trope was taking out any loyalists or possible competitors within one’s own system, so that there wouldn’t be any competition who would embattle for the throne later on, or provide a hurdle in the way of the empire. Generally, these loyalists and friends of the regime had their own ways of doing things, which would ultimately culminate in a constant vie for their own ways. This is where, as we all know, democratic republicanism fails, as it is a constant state of war and chaos where the definitive ruler is never accepted. Through social chastising, the rulers will always get their way. Law should rule, ideally, and yet, in democratic republics, we see the parties constantly acting in their own self-interest, which is generally not of the interest of most classes outside of governance. We are at the elites have run out of tools, and must resort to ostracization, chastizement, and dehumanization of their enemies that they have been at war with.
The difference, however, between Joe Biden and Attila the Hun, is great. There isn’t much in common in the Venn diagram between these two rulers. Rather, it makes sense to compare Attila to the greater Leviathan regime of bureaucrats, heads and board members of corporations and NGOs, congressmen, etc who make up this giant tumorous beast. Well, that would be unhelpful, too. In fact, if you compared the modern global hegemony to any other classical empire in history, you’d have to do some mental gymnastics, as such forces vying for power back then were very simply motivated. Attila wanted gold, he wanted a big empire, he wanted to defeat the Romans. Napoleon wanted to empower his people and become, to some extent, ruler of the world. The dictators of the twentieth century wanted some ends via some means, but it was never this tumorous. Maybe the Soviet Union got a little confusing, but still, their end goal was simple: unite the workers of the world! (dominate the world!)
The modern poz empire, whatever you want to call it, isn’t cohesive. It doesn’t have continuity. It doesn’t have a defined leader. It doesn’t know its end-goal, because that changes daily. They try to keep it cohesive by bringing up the climate change hocus pocus as much as they can, but even old Joey can’t stay awake for that. I should have already convinced y’all, in my Elitist LARPing video, that the elites aren’t really competent, and all they’re really good at doing is pretending to be clandestine, and feigning having some big elaborate plan. It keeps their legitimacy in tact as they try to buy time before the real collapse starts to set in, economic growth continues to slow, and population starts to decline. They’ll benefit as long as they have their heads! So they’re just trying to drum this propaganda out, especially if they can shift the blame onto others, so that they can get the hell out of dodge. The big difference between now, however, and maybe back when the elites of yore in post-Napoleonic Europe, is that those elites could write fancy treaties, kick cans down the road, and ultimately just move on from their issues. They were real elites with intelligent advisories, generally good intentions, and didn’t act through despotic, entitled dictation. What we have now is an elite that is clearly quite average IQ, who does not understand that it cannot scam a nation of scam artists out of their bread and circus!
They just aren’t that talented at keeping the fools placated, because the fools aren’t convinced! And this is where the point has to be made: they won’t do ANYTHING to screw the system up! They need to keep it in tact, albeit, the less and less yields on their edicts show, it is all they know how to work with. This is where the socialist rhetoric even comes from. Before they could run on Hope, but now, they have to run on action; action that they cannot commit to, and which I am calling the bluff on. When they ultimately waste time, time that is becoming more and more preciously tracked by the populace, and the economy continues to sour, people will get rowdy. You can’t keep pushing these lies that you know you can’t, and won’t, ever commit to like the allusions to a carbon emissions-free world or free healthcare.
Most people know something is happening. I mean, I can just direct you to my articles and videos on macroeconomics and the banking system, and give you all the evidence you need to understand why the collapse is happening, and why it can’t be stopped, but that evidence is all nonsense and rubbish when the average person, especially elites with all of their special inside information, feel that feeling of doom. It’s that smell, when you walk into an old, dilapidated house. You might not smell it at first, but you’ll sit around for a bit, and get a little light-headed, and you start realizing that there is black mold developing behind the slightly-tattered wallpaper. You might not see it, and it might even seem like a house that is liveable, but behind the thin veneer, there is tendrils of rot all throughout the house.
The rightists who keep giving honest pushback, and pointing out the moral decay, are in the right, and should keep revealing the blemishes and moles, the tumors and sores ravaging this system. However, whoever gets encumbered by this notion that the evil is somehow growing in power, or is going to blot you out, please, save your energy. Any system that cannot control the narrative without everyone from all sides providing skepticism and reasoned arguments that would make anyone with an average IQ go, “hmm, that’s a little concerning,” then maybe the powers that be aren’t really in control. It’s simple decay, and they will use the arguments and points from Bernie Sanders socialists to keep pushing this narrative that they will do everything in their power to save the system from falling apart.
None of these people in power know the whys, like we do. They do not understand that they are pawns of Satan. All they see is the glitz and glamor, and how sometimes things change when they put their John Hancocks on pieces of paper, but at a certain point, they just realize that they are either the bad guy, or they do what most people do, become so consumed with denial that they implode. They are like the Romanovs. They are just out of touch and do not know why everyone hates them. Seriously, they really don’t. That’s what is so evil about Satan’s rot; once he gets you, and has you as his captor, you’re so enveloped by the lies and delusion that there almost becomes no way out.
They will keep using the socialist sales pitches to keep a chunk of Americans placated, then right as a bill passes, they’ll take all the spicy stuff out, blame Republicans for stripping the bill of the real meat, and rinse and repeat. They do not care about actually revolutionizing the system. Oh, and if you want to bring up people like AOC or Bernie Sanders, please, explain to me how these people are supposed to be the working class heroes? Or even then, please tell me how the socialists in the Democratic Party will do anything more than say stupid nonsense every now and then, and then get nothing of consequence established. I’m eager. I’m eager to hear how AOC is going to be the person who bucks the system and gets her way. People like her are distractions, and are given all the rhetorical soapboxes they want to invigorate the audiences they need empowered to keep voting. The actual actions they take are rhetoric. Surely they will, behind the scenes, and off in the corner, do terrible shit to instill some level of fear in their enemies, but the big spending bills, the big moves towards kicking their enemies in the crotch at every turn isn’t happening, nor would it bode well.
Leaders like Attila or Napoleon had the backing of the people. Not only that, they had the backing of the military, of the nobility, and of the peasants. The WEF, WHO, the UN, the EU, and even the USG don’t have the backing of the peasants, or the nobility, for that matter. They’re splintered, incompetent, have no defined leader, no defined objective, and are simply using vague visions of this reinvented soviet global order as propaganda to appease, well, themselves; because no one wants it!
They are killing the system themselves with the mandates, already. We literally just have to sit back and watch as they do it. Competent, rich, and entrepreneurial people will act in the interim to replace these cracks in the system. There’s already a giant safety net of businesses who are ready to hire people displaced by these mandates, and people whom I know personally, who aren’t afraid of sleeping under a bridge if it means standing by their damn principles.
What people need to realize, though, is that it’s not that the system is a little broken, but that the entire thing needs to be abandoned. Like I explained, the reason the elites have become so overt is because they’re trying to maintain this thing for as long as they can, even if it means revealing themselves to be total frauds along the way. Not a day goes by we don’t see a government official or media personality not knowing whether they should wear the mask or not, or all out just getting caught not wearing one. This has been going on since the beginning of this mess, and it only gets more apparent that everyday people are privy to the elites’ detachment, lies, and incompetence. What we need to understand is that the system that developed the coof medicine is the same system from before all of this. What we need to realize is that we have basically been living in a lie, that is only just now, revealing itself to be rotted to the core.
There won’t be a return to normal, if we just reveal the bad guys for who they are, and replace them with good guys. Are we really that daft? The issue is a cultural and spiritual one, and without getting privy to that notion, we will keep playing this game of red vs blue that benefits no one. I’d like to see things change quicker, rather than take the long way down this Downslope. I can’t tell the future, but I have a good idea it doesn’t look great if we keep up this mantra that if we fashion the government to look a little bit more trad or based, that somehow things will change. Where are the high IQ bankers who will organize your finances and budget? Will you literally just print money? Who will buy your bonds? What is the future of technology and innovation post-regime change? I have a hard time believing any of you have the answer, so please, stop pretending that it is an easy switcheroo, or that you need to use the same tools of the elites. Sorry, the elites don’t have functional tools!
Something else, too, we have elitified the lower classes! Gotten them drunk on the booze of midwitism and well aktyuallyism. The answer isn’t knowledge-related. The answer isn’t power-related. The answer is purely spiritual and cultural. The answer is seeing life through a lens of something more than just a knowing, but likewise, one that isn’t strictly accelerationist in terms of economic output. There is no economic output to be had, and to live in this world of purely dreams, one will never be prepared for the cold hard world of hard times and hard truths. One must embrace the decay, and not wish to dominate in a system that is already broken. In my own situation, it has become a hard reality knowing my economic opportunity and choices will become more narrow, less prevalent, and I have made amends with that. I have been through hard times before, personally, and it doesn’t scare me all that much. I just weep for most Americans who don’t understand what a real struggle looks like — where food isn’t instant, and you may have to live in your car, or sleep in an alleyway. Having such high expectations and readiness and glib for something that should not and cannot come is a waste of time.
If you wish to connect with your communities, and take preference of your family and community over economy, you’re starting off in the right direction. However, it is a fool’s errand to think that the elites will make much of a stir, or that simply replacing them is all that we need for better times. Sorry, it just doesn’t work like that. You aren’t Attila the Hun. The ironic thing to every great, cutthroat conqueror, though, is their empires almost always break apart after they die. Even ours has a commonality with that. All we can vie for is something less divisive, more stable, and it will probably mean a lot of hard times to maintain that, as to prevent massive instability and chaos. What you want is the Great Depression, not the Civil war.
That’s why I beg you, stop being so focused on the rot. Stop trying to convince others that the system is just “getting worse” and how the elites are becoming “more powerful.” It isn’t, and they aren’t. Rather, the system is like the alien from The Thing; it will thrash the minute you burn even a part of it. It’s delicate and freaks out once it gets revealed. The system will keep scaring everyone, and pretending it is in control, and that there are competent fact-checkers and experts to try and keep the veneer from slipping. You can’t replace competent workers you have butted out of the system. You can’t stop this low growth economic problem. Most of all, you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. All you can do is do the right thing.
“It takes less courage to criticize the decisions of others than to stand by your own.”
Attila the Hun