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American Nobles

I think I have a different opinion of the Kavanaugh Case. Why was he crying? Why did he seem desperate? I think it was because he was born into Nobility. The Privilege not just of the White, but of the Rich and Connected. He was born to the right family, went to the right school, made the right social connections, and everything was given to him as if this Noble Government Rank was something promised at birth. An Old Money Trust Fund Baby, born with a silver spoon. Here’s what I believe. The Caste System of English Nobility is still functioning in the Present, and in America. I don’t buy that it ever went away for a moment. There are still Slaves, Serfs, and Indentured Servants. There are still Kings, Dukes, Marquis, Knights, Lords, and Barons. We just have different names for them, but the structure is the same. Now, knowing this, and having that lifelong identity pulled away from him suddenly, well, that would make anyone cry and stammer if born under the same conditions. It’s, for this reason, I don’t buy that just anyone can be President or any High Ranking Government Official. You are born into Power and Groomed for it your whole life. The reason people advance in a Meritorious Way is by building new systems through which to flourish. People see a hard working person who achieved something great and ended up Rich & Powerful, and they think "See? Anything is Possible!" But, that’s the same mentality as "Mark Zuckerburg dropped out of College, so I should become a Billionaire if I drop out".
If it’s not old money, then it’s good genetics, and being in all the right places, at just the right time. Eugenics of the Wealthy. Only the finest purebred humans can be allowed in these High Ranking Offices. "It’s not what you know, but who you know" applies here. I’m fine with this, because I know that there are ranks above me, and ranks beneath me. Once I can calculate what my optimal place is in the world, I’m applying relativism, which will bring contentment, and a drive to own that place. If I know where I’m supposed to be, then I go there, and get to work, with Pride.

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