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Elitism is an attitude or belief in one's superiority based solely on membership in a particular group or community. Elitism can be seen, for example, in the delusion that being a celebrity or a gatekeeper of the mainstream media in itself imparts sufficient wisdom to justify airing one's personal opinion on an issue.

During his ministry, Jesus attacked the religious elitism of the Sadducees and the Pharisees which led them to manipulate the ruling Roman governor into executing this populist upstart. Because it is based in the values of Christianity, conservatism has the ambition to be populist, unlike liberalism, in which the beliefs of elitists in politics, the courts, academia, the media and Hollywood make them believe that they are superior to the public. Former Russian President Dmitri Medvedev described Western elites as "wine glass twirling dull idiots."[1]

  1. Nancy Pelosi
  2. Emmanuel Macron
  3. Liz Truss
  4. Justin Trudeau
  5. Sanna Marin
  6. Ursula von der Leyen
  7. Hunter Biden
  8. Kamala Harris
  9. Barack Hussein Obama
  10. Hillary Clinton
  11. Adam Schiff
  12. John Kerry
  13. Bernie Sanders
  14. Michael Bloomberg
  15. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  16. Al Gore
  17. Jeffrey Epstein
  18. Mitt Romney
  19. Most token conservatives

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