The attempt to form a global elite has failed, except at the surface. There are many reasons for this:
- Lack of religious cohesion
- Lack of ethnic cohesion and intermarriage except across certain lines
- Lack of geographic cohesion
- Lack of linguistic cohesion
- Lack of shared moral rules
- Lack of a functioning international legal framework (which will never happen for the above reasons)
- Inability to command loyalty at a local level
This notion that the men of Moncole Magazine and Davos can rule over seven billion people without using much force at all has not been proven. And in fact, we see betrayal and backstabbing after backstabbing occur on the global scene.
If there was a truly global elite, Russia would be part of the fold. China would not be pivoting between the US and Russia as the situation suited it. Tell-all memoirs about CIA manipulation of the German press would not be top best-sellers.
Go and ask a White student at an Ivy League college what they think of their Chinese co-students. Ask the Chinese students what they think of their cracker counterparts. At the places where diversity propaganda is the strongest, cohesion is often rather weak.
The elite-formation institutions of the West used to exist largely to form strong bonds between future male leaders. These institutions are now primarily seen as places of both meaningless and extreme competition within the elite, which typically fails to produce much appreciable excellence. Most of the most lauded leaders from the current and previous generations are drop-outs who did not need to use the now-degraded elite formation institutions.
In fact, what is a tech startup but a tiny fraternity, almost always all-male, that includes stressful bonding rituals and typical young male tomfoolery?
Inviting the world’s best students was supposed to solidify a new American century. However, China’s ambassador to the US berates the latter country in one of the leading Foreign Policy magazines. Prime Minister Modi of India openly flouts America.
Wasn’t the globalist program supposed to foster international cooperation in a new ‘flat’ and ‘global’ world? Whatever happened to that? Will there be any accountability for the failure of this strategy?