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Meritocracy
Friday, 2017-12-15, 3:47 PM
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The Anti New World Order

The anti New World Order

Self confident.
Self sufficient.
Suspicious of authority.
Anti-establishment.
Stubborn.
Bloody minded.
Unconcerned about the opinions/approval of others.
Certain of the correctness of their views.
Distrustful of others.
Have a low opinion of others.
Clever, but not self-critical, and lacking in self awareness.
Resent inappropriate and unmerited wealth, power and authority.
Believe that the world should accord them a much higher status.
Relatively anti-social
Masculine.
Independent.
Unfashionable.
 

Typical President of the anti New World Order movement: None (hence politically disenfranchised and disenchanted).

In terms of David Riesman's book The Lonely Crowd, they are "inner-directed", driven by a potent inner gyroscope that their parents instilled in them. They feel guilty if they disobey their strong moral compass. They feel good, free and vindicated if they follow it, no matter if it lands them in trouble.

They argue their case aggressively in various internet forums.