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Ultimately, all of history is made by elites. As noted in classic neoreactionary theory, populist uprisings are largely explainable as artificially-powered opposition movements fueled by intra-elites or elites from other states, in order to play with the balance of power.
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The world is hierarchical, and manís nature is radically unegalitarian. Even when he fights for libertť, ťgalitť, fraternitť he canít help but subsume himself under a vigorous leader ready to mouth all of his shibboleths, when in truth heís happy to be put back in his place.
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http://www.socialmatter.net/2016/09/...cry-new-elite/

http://www.radixjournal.com/blog/201...teric-populism

The source caught my eye for its similarity to the journal Social Text that hosted the opening shot of the Science Wars, the Sokal Affair.