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In this article, let’s delve into the concept of elites and governments, questioning whether our actions inadvertently support the very structures we seek to challenge. To gain a better understanding, let’s explore the definitions of “elite” and “government.”

Elite, often described as “persons of the highest class,” refers to those individuals who occupy the upper echelons of society. On the other hand, government represents the governing body responsible for administering a state or community. By definition, the government can be considered the highest authority within a country.

Considering this correlation, it becomes evident that governmental figures are inherently part of the elite class. Whether we refer to presidents, prime ministers, ministers, or secretaries, they all hold influential positions and belong to the highest echelons of society. Thus, governments across the globe consist of individuals classified as elites.

Now, let’s address the issue at hand: why do we often find ourselves standing against the elite while overlooking the role of governments? After all, it is the high-ranking individuals within the government who possess the ability to enact significant changes. However, more often than not, these changes fail to materialize.

It becomes clear that the elite possess the capacity to bring about the changes we desire, but they frequently fall short in fulfilling these expectations. This leads us to ponder a thought-provoking question: Are we unintentionally supporting the elite instead of challenging their influence?

Our aspirations for change remain unrealized because we tend to support those who oppose our objectives rather than uniting with like-minded individuals who share our goals. We find ourselves merely replacing faces within the system, rather than addressing the underlying issues.

Ultimately, we must question our genuine desire for change. As the solution lies before us, it is time to implement it. Are we content with maintaining the status quo, or are we ready to take action?

It is important to note that the meanings of “elite” and “elitism” have been verified and endorsed by contacts at the University of Cambridge, whose insights we deeply appreciate.

By reevaluating our approach, challenging the current power structures, and actively supporting those who strive for the same changes, we can break free from the cycle of stagnant progress. Let us initiate a meaningful transformation and work towards the future we envision.

Note: We extend our gratitude to the University of Cambridge for their time and expertise in reviewing the accuracy and understanding of the terms “Elite” and “Elitism” presented in this article.

Old version (Do We Actually Want Things To Change?)

Elite = “persons of the highest class”
Government = “the governing body of persons in a state, community, etc.; administration.”

Now let’s reflect:

A government of a country is the administration of the country, meaning, the highest of the country, right?
Therefore, they are all of persons of the highest class…
Meaning that all of the governments of any country of the world are the high-placed persons of that country, whether we talk about the President, prime minister, ministers, secretaries, whatever…
So, as they are part of the high-placed persons, they are all elites.

Still following what I am saying?
Okay, then let’s continue:

We all stand against the elite, as basically the highest-placed people could make changes we want to see, but at this moment almost never do.

You might already see where I am heading now…

So, let’s sum up what I have just said:

– The elite are the highest placed people.
– Governmental people are all part of the elite.
– The elite are the people who could make the most important changes.
– The elite most often do not make the changes we want.

And now to combine it all, and get to the conclusion:

All but the elite tend to stand against the elite.
Yet, almost no one currently stands against governments.
Governments are however the elite…

So…, in basics, is this not kind of twisted?
Dare to ask yourself:
Aren’t we actually supporting the elite instead of opposing it?

Our changes are not happening because we are supporting those who oppose what we want, instead of opposing those who oppose us, and supporting those who want the same…
We are replacing only faces, but not what happens….

In the end, do we want a change or not?
As you already know the solution, it might be time to put the solution into use, don’t you agree?
But maybe, we rather see things to stay the same, as that is what our acts have shown for a long time by now…

Notes: According to contacts within the University of Cambridge, which I want to extend my appreciation to for taking time to read this, have confirmed that the meaning of the words “Elite” and “Elitism” are both correctly understood, and shared, at this article.


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