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'''Elitism''' is an attitude or belief in one's superiority based solely on membership in a particular group or community.  Elitism can be seen, for example, in the delusion that being a celebrity or a gatekeeper of the mainstream news media <i>in itself</i> imparts sufficient wisdom to justify airing one's personal opinion on an issue.   
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'''Elitism''' is an attitude or belief in one's superiority based solely on membership in a particular group or community.  Elitism can be seen, for example, in the delusion that being a celebrity or a gatekeeper of the [[mainstream media]] ''in itself'' imparts sufficient wisdom to justify airing one's personal opinion on an issue.   
  
During his ministry Jesus attacked the religious elitism of the [[Saduccees]] and the [[Pharisees]] which led them to manipulate the ruling Roman governor into executing this populist upstart. Because it is based in the values of Christianity, conservatism has an ambition to be populist, unlike liberalism, in which the [[Professor values|beliefs]] of the intellectual elitists make them believe that they are superior to the public.
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During his ministry, Jesus attacked the religious elitism of the [[Sadducees]] and the [[Pharisees]] which led them to manipulate the ruling Roman governor into executing this [[Populism|populist]] upstart. Because it is based in the values of Christianity, conservatism has the ambition to be populist, unlike liberalism, in which the beliefs of elitists in politics, the courts, [[Professor values|academia]], the media and [[Hollywood values|Hollywood]] make them believe that they are superior to the public.
  
 
Notable elitists include:
 
Notable elitists include:
  
#[[Al Gore]]
 
#[[Barack Hussein Obama]]
 
 
#[[Hillary Clinton]]
 
#[[Hillary Clinton]]
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#[[Kamala Harris]]
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#[[Barack Hussein Obama]]
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#[[Michael Bloomberg]]
 
#[[Franklin Delano Roosevelt]]
 
#[[Franklin Delano Roosevelt]]
#[[Marie Antoinette]]
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#[[Al Gore]]
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#[[Nancy Pelosi]]
[[category:Psychology]]
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#[[Adam Schiff]]
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#[[Jeffrey Epstein]]
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#[[David Cameron]]
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#[[Mitt Romney]]
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#Most [[token conservative]]s
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==See also==
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*[[Pietism]]
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*[[Esoteric]]
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*[[Princeling]]
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*[[Nomenklatura]]
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*[[Democratic Socialism]]
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*[[Uniparty]]
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*[[Establishment]]
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[[Category:Culture]]
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[[Category:Psychology]]
 
[[Category:Liberal Traits]]
 
[[Category:Liberal Traits]]

Latest revision as of 21:43, 10 November 2019

Elitism is an attitude or belief in one's superiority based solely on membership in a particular group or community. Elitism can be seen, for example, in the delusion that being a celebrity or a gatekeeper of the mainstream media in itself imparts sufficient wisdom to justify airing one's personal opinion on an issue.

During his ministry, Jesus attacked the religious elitism of the Sadducees and the Pharisees which led them to manipulate the ruling Roman governor into executing this populist upstart. Because it is based in the values of Christianity, conservatism has the ambition to be populist, unlike liberalism, in which the beliefs of elitists in politics, the courts, academia, the media and Hollywood make them believe that they are superior to the public.

Notable elitists include:

  1. Hillary Clinton
  2. Kamala Harris
  3. Barack Hussein Obama
  4. Michael Bloomberg
  5. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  6. Al Gore
  7. Nancy Pelosi
  8. Adam Schiff
  9. Jeffrey Epstein
  10. David Cameron
  11. Mitt Romney
  12. Most token conservatives

See also