From the earliest days of the Republic — of ruling class democracy itself — election corruption has been a vital necessity for ruling class domination. From our perspective in the ruling class, election corruption covers both legal and illegal means of securing power. Whether we employ literacy tests, property requirements, or election fraud, voter purges or outright thuggery — it is all the same to us. From the ancient Greeks excluding the vast majority of their populations to modern voter ID laws and machine vote flipping, ruling classes have been able to have their democracies and eat them too.
One of the central themes here at the Ruling Class Preservation Society is to encourage the masses to loosen their idolatry of the established political system. In that vein, it should not be surprising, then, that we should expose and promote opposition to our of our most faithful and successful servants in Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Among what one might call the “real” Left, as opposed to Liberals and/or Democrats, Bernie Sanders is either a small opening to be exploited or just another straw dog to suck up the people’s energies into ineffective action. Many of them ignore his unusual circumstances as a presidential candidate. Meanwhile they also thought that Wall Street would run to The Donald in the event of Clinton failure.
Asher Edelman, one percenter and inspiration for Gordon Gekko of “Wall Street” movie fame, has endorsed Bernie Sanders for President. Edelman demonstrates the growing concerns of many in the ruling class, and particularly those of us in the Preservation Society, over our increasingly dysfunctional society. Social awareness of the ruling class is important but more important is awareness of the ruling class among the masses.
The Political Establishment Trashes Trump and Sanders but here’s why they’re good for you and the Ruling Class
The We at the Ruling Class Preservation Society are a non-partisan organization. To us, the properly functioning Establishment political parties are in reality conduits that, on the one hand, direct mass support to the ruling class, and on the other hand, respond to diffuse mass discontent. It is a balancing act to be sure. Our … Read more