Sunday, August 24, 2008


Los medios acusaban a McCain de tener demasiadas propiedades (siete en total) asociando esto con "elitismo"?

Taki Teodoropulos desde su columna hace la siguiente observacion:

"Here is a man whose grandfather and father were admirals, and who led a squadron of fighters in Vietnam and spent five years in a Vietnamese dungeon, and because he married a woman who happens to own houses is suddenly accused of being an elitist. First of all, what is wrong about being an elitist? Would the Washington elite prefer him to be living in a trailer park? The Clintons have made over 125 million big ones by serving the interests of Saudi scum and other low lifes, and here we have the media accusing an honorable man of being elitist."

Did Somebody Say Elitism?
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El elistismo de acuerdo a Julius Evola paso por cuatro etapas:

"In the first stage the elite has a purely spiritual character, embodying what may be generally called ‘divine right’. This elite expresses an ideal of immaterial virility. In the second stage, the elite has the character of warrior nobility; at the third stage we find the advent of oligarchies of a plutocratic and capitalistic nature, such as they arise in democracies; the fourth and last elite is that of the collectivist and revolutionary leaders of the Fourth Estate."

Lo que estamos viendo ahora son las "elites" de la tercera y cuarta fase, las oligarquias y plutocracias mezcladas con personajes decadentes provenientes de sub-producto de las corrientes revolucionarias y colectivistas del siglo pasado.

En lideres espirituales (del Primer Estado)podriamos pensar en el Santo Padre. El mundo necesita mas de estos lideres (lo cual es imposible en una "democracia").

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