Friday, February 22, 2013
Character Traits of Truly Evil People—the Global Elite
(Excerpt from a February 19, 2013 article by Brandon Smith in Personal Liberty Digest)
The first dangerous mistake the average person makes is the assumption that “evil” is a kind of subjective concept... What frightens the average American today is not the abhorrent action of criminality; rather, it is criminality without rationality…. Our society is desperate to make excuses for the monsters of our era, perhaps because we would rather not entertain the possibility that there is a dark side to humanity that, if allowed, could take control in a deliberate and calculated way. ... This is why the greatest crimes of our time often go ignored by the public. … Most catastrophic cultural policies and tragedies can be traced back directly to a subset of people who use their positions of influence for ill purpose and who knowingly engineer calamity not just for personal gain, but also for the gain of their social class.
[These who see themselves as the Global Elite view themselves as a cut above the average person.]
Here are some of the character traits and beliefs that make these people easy to identify.
Global elitists tend to see themselves as a separate breed of human being, a superior class with superior faculties, born to rule over the rest of us. … They see the rest of humanity as a blank canvas and themselves as the artists. We are to be molded, and our social dichotomies are to be manipulated.
Their ability to mold society is derived entirely from their extensive capital and their complete lack of morality.
Elitists believe that conscience is a hindrance to success, instead of a worthwhile virtue. … They further attempt to avoid the fact of their own dysfunction by trying to elicit criminality in others.
Top globalists . . . see conscience as a restriction on their personal freedom and rebel against it as if rebelling against enslavement. … The elitist’s insane ideal of pure individualism without self-discipline is a private matter they rarely discuss. In public, they constantly promote the collectivist lifestyle and admonish individualism in common people. . . When we have no faith in our own individualism and self-responsibility, we will automatically seek protection, usually from a nanny government or dictatorship.
Collectivism is the gathering of people by threat of force or loss, for the purpose of consolidating power into the hands of a few.
The Noble Lie
Elitists are very adamant about the idea of the noble lie, the use of a lie to attain a positive goal.
One of the centerpieces of the globalist religion is the concept of population reduction. … Overpopulation today is an oversold myth that has been disproven in many scientific circles. … They want population reduction because first, they are eugenicists who see some people as genetically inferior to others, and second, because a culled population is easier to dominate.
The Source of Our Pain
Globalists are not the only source of our social pain. We bear some responsibility. When we are not vigilant, when we deny our own ignorance and refuse to learn, when we lie to ourselves and when we cater to personal superficial desires rather than taking the future into account, we open the door for the devil. Evil, like conscience, resides in us all. [The underlying source is the strain of sin that resides within all human beings since the fall of Adam and Eve in the Garden. Today it is manifested in the list of sins in 2 Timothy 3:1-5.]
[See full article in Personal Liberty Digest.]
[Global elitists today include (but are not limited to): Barack Obama, George Soros, Saul Alinski, Nancy Pelosi, Diane Feinstein, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo, NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Hillary Clinton, members of the Bilderberg Group, the Trilateral Commission, and Al Gore.]