Saturday, June 5, 2010

"The Coming Aristocracy" by Oliver DeMille

The following quote actually comes from this article, also by Oliver DeMille:
Vampires As Aristocrats?

"There really is a difference between those who deeply know the classics and those who don’t. History is clear on this point. When only a few really know the classics, an aristocracy always dominates the people. This upper class controls, oversees, manipulates and lives off the blood, sweat and labor of the regular people.

When, in contrast, many study and apply the classics, they elect and oversee their leaders and vigilantly replace them when needed — freedom is maintained and flourishes. It is really that simple."


Scorchi said...

I think the classics that should be studied and applied are the scriptures.

SillySlang said...

Definitely! I'm taking the next Great Books Liberal Arts class and two of the books I have to read are 'Matthew' and 'Acts'