Globalists at Davos and The High School Clique
There really isn’t much difference between these two types of groups. Both have an over-inflated sense of their own importance. They are extremely self-entitled and think that they should have power over everyone else.
1. They believe they have the “authority” to decide who’s who.
These people feel that they have final say on who’s worth something and who isn’t. They think they determine who belongs on this earth and who doesn’t. Who has talent and who doesn’t. And who can talk and who should stay silent.
2. Both groups believe they are sovereign.
The typical high school clique and the Davos crowd feel that they are the only people who have the right to enjoy freedom. Therefore, they believe they should be unlimited while the rest of us should be oppressed.
3. They believe that they know us better than we know ourselves.
These people believe that they have pure intentions while the rest of us are evil, unclean, unwashed, and useless. Also, they believe that we don’t know how to run our own lives and that they should have carte blanche to rule over us.
4. They believe that they have the authority to tell the rest of us what to do and how to live and think.
Both groups have standards they demand that we all live up to, wishing to tell us what we can eat, use, and where we should live. Additionally, they wish to control our speech and our movements.
5. They believe they are perfect or “sinless”.
In other words, they think that they can do no wrong. Therefore, they believe that nothing they do, regardless of how evil, should have consequences. Moreover, if you attempt to expose them and hold them accountable, they will only retaliate and take revenge.
6. They have dirty secrets that they keep from public knowledge.
These groups often participate in evils that most of us have no idea of. And if we do, most will stay silent for fear of ruination. For example, the high school clique might have skeletons in their closet also, or have family members who do. The high school clique may also have henchmen to rough up a target for reporting their bullying. The Globalists, on the other hand, might be involved in drug trafficking, contractual murders, satanic worship and rituals, or human and child trafficking.
Here’s another example.
Both groups will ruin your good reputation. Only high school cliques use word of mouth, social media, and internet town forums. Some might even use lawfare and local politics. The globalists, on the other hand, use the media, politics, lawfare, the fabrication of evidence, and setups.
The point of this post is this. Bullies are bullies are bullies. It doesn’t matter who they are or what group they belong to. Whether they are in the Global evil-lite, the mob, the neighborhood gang, or the high school clique, their tactics are, pretty much, the same and have the same outcomes. However, each group has different styles of operation. They execute their tactics in different ways and under different circumstances.
Again, they both use the same tactics with the same outcomes.
With knowledge comes empowerment!
13 thoughts on “Two Groups that Have Much in Common”
The high school cliques often move into government positions in small towns where they live. They know people, so they get these jobs. They are the people who run things. That’s the way it works in the place where we live. It goes on for generations.
Absolutely! And sometimes they will try and frame you for stuff you didn’t do, or, if they find out you had children, maybe use lawfare to go after them or your spouse.
That’s been the story in every little ‘ville I’ve ever lived in. Glad to see that someone understands 🙂
Sadly, it is the story in almost every town. And thank you for your thoughts on this topic. ❤️
Thank you, Shanti! 🙂
Looking back, I’m glad I was rather socially naive back in high school and didn’t attract attention from any groups.
You were lucky and I’m glad for you. Sadly, my situation got worse until I got the hell out of Dodge.
Your hell would have been mine if I had stayed in the town I lived in during junior high.
Yes it would have, Michael. Because they would never have let go of you.
Thank you so much, Greg!