The political and economic elite have shaped decisions but never had to account for mistakes nor to suffer from injustice.
When unemployment prevails, they never stand in line looking for a job.
When deprivation results from a confused welfare system, they never do without food or clothing, or a place to sleep.
When the public schools are inferior or torn by strife their children go to exclusive private schools.
And when the bureaucracy is bloated and confused, the powerful always manage to discover and occupy niches of special influence and privilege.
In Britain, the children of the aristocracy and wealthy families, and others who know no better, are taken from home at the age of six and dumped at their first boarding or ‘prep’ school. ‘Prep’ means preparation to be indoctrinated.
Already they are feeling unloved and frightened as their parents drive away, leaving them in a strange place among strange people. Can you imagine the effect of that on a little child? From the formal, loveless life of prep school they go on to a public school. Eton and Harrow are the most famous and Prince William, the heir to the throne behind his father, Prince Charles, was sent to Eton.
At these prep and public schools, the children either conform to the rules, regulations and thought control or they incur the wrath of the black gowns, the men in black. The ‘fagging’ system in which younger boys become slaves to the older ones has encouraged the desire to dominate and control others and introduced youngsters to the ‘joys’ of inflicting pain and torture on others.
It is from these schools, and the Oxford and Cambridge Universities, that the often deeply imbalanced people emerge who enter the positions of financial, political, military and royal power. The psychopaths among them give the orders and those of broken spirit do as they are told without question, just as they have been trained to do.
The lack of female company encourages homosexual activity and many of these people find it very difficult to relate to women. There are some strange goings on at such schools which are designed to affect the minds of the children involved. Sexual abuse is definitely part of that.
Tony Blair, the Brotherhood chosen one who became British Prime Minister on May 1st 1997, attended the public school called Fettes College in Edinburgh, Scotland, where one of his close friends was the school chaplain, the Very Reverend Ronald Selby Wright, a senior figure in the Church of Scotland. Selby Wright was later revealed to be a persistent paedophile abusing boys at Fettes and elsewhere.
Blair, who is close to the Windsors, went on to Oxford University and became a barrister at the ancient Inns of Court at Temple Bar in London. The public school system is horrific and schools such as Gordonstoun and Schloss Salem, which Philip attended, are at the extreme end even of that.