Necuno del Élite

The elite has revealed its attitude towards the poor, uneducated people who happens to be the majority in many cases. In spite of that the elite keeps on pointing out the poor: they don’t have permission to have own opinion, at least in it can not be found anything positive. Funny how much there are those people who are good for nothing, like those who said yes to Brexit, more than 50 percent of the population in Britain, and voted for Trump, half of the population in U.S.A. My verse is this media accusing phenomenon in a nutshell. Please read the Afterword.

Necuno del Élite

Necuno del élite
face attention al pena
ubi le povre gente vive.
Illes es solmente indolente,
racial o alteremente maligne,
conforme al opulente,
e stupide illes es post que
non comprende
que le globalismo
salvarea ab le
©Yelling Rosa
11/11 –16

None of the Elite

None of the elite
Pay attention to shortage
Where the poor people live.
They are simply lazy,
Racial or otherwise evil,
According to the wealthy,
And stupid they are because
They don’t realize
How globalism rescues
Them from
The poverty.
©Yelling Rosa
11/11 -16







Of, from

De + le = del



Face attention a

Pay attention to

A + le = al










To live

Vive => present tense



Plural masculine => males and females


Is, are


Only, merely


Averse to toil or exertion









Conforme a

According to

A + le = al





E … e = as well … as, both … and



Post que





To comprehend

Comprende => present tense







To rescue

Salvarea => conditional



Also: de




I have been very much surprised how some people have not been able to see the core of “Necuno del Élite” –post. It only asks how the barefooted poor are named racists when they ask how the governments are able to find money to foreigners but not natives. I don’t agree with Mr. Trump’s statements but I don’t see that all people who voted for him can be evil as the media often expresses. Mr. Trump was the only candidate who at least promised some help to the poor. Same way people in Britain see that Brexit might be solution for better and it is very cheap to call them with names or deny the result of the democratic election in any way at least before there is evidence otherwise.

When I am talking about the elite I mean less than 2 pro cent of the population in the world. I have nothing against them but I am afraid that there will be vast chaos if this global policy keeps going on. These coming riots will hurt also them (the elite) at least in some proportion. The havoc can be so huge and deep that rising from that hole can take decades. When the media, which is owned by the elite, look down the native poor, it stirs up the social disconnect among the people who are on the low economical level. In Finland more than 10 pro cent of population live under the poverty line and counting. In spite of that the government is doing cuts while it is taking immigrants in. If you belonged to that 10 pro cent, wouldn’t you be worried? How would you feel if you were called racist if you open your mouth? Please think this without adding anything sentimental to it.

I am relative old person and it’s more than likely that I am not going to see the might-come final match. In spite of that I wish that those educated people who are talking against the disadvantaged native people thought where it might lead. When we see things in 360 degrees angle we are able to save this world that is full of unsolved issues. The real and lasting solutions should help everyone. You who have a life ahead, please think about this and live in peace without calling people with names in vain.

Yelling Rosa

About Yelling Rosa

I am retired. In my spare time I read, write, play the guitar and hike. I have published three verse books in Finnish and recorded my songs. You can listen to them on YouTube. I have translated some of my poems on Yelling Rosa's Weblog. I also like to watch movies. Olen kiinnostunut lukemisesta, kirjoittamisesta, kitaransoitosta ja luonnossa vaeltamisesta. Olen julkaissut kolme runokirjaa ja laulujani on äänitteillä. Voit lukea runojani Yelling Rosan kotisivuilta ja kuunnella laulujani YouTubessa. Olen elokuvafriikki.
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40 Responses to Necuno del Élite

  1. kethuprofumo says:

    True! Saint Truth!

    Liked by 4 people

  2. We are all in this together in more ways than one.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. You’ve brought tears to my eyes. A majority but it feels alone out here. Thank you.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Yelling Rosa says:

      We all need to be taken into consideration or we loose our dignity. When those who are in front of the nation are denying this we behind them have to only trust ourselves and stop listen to them. Even though they speak with the sophisticated clauses they think only their own best.
      Have nice and rewarding weekend 😉


  4. Anna Cottage says:

    Great Blog. I was delighted at the result of your Election and the excitement of President Elect Trump, but I feel so sorry for you that the stupid people who voted for that crook Clinton are carrying on like those vicious bullies over here in the UK who lost the Vote on Europe. Those that are rioting should have the hoses put on them then they would disperse. I have never been so annoyed and ashamed of my Country when my Democratic right was challenged. In your Country those that have been treated so badly over the last 8 years or more have finally got justice and the others don’t like it. They after all were not referred to as “deplorables” disgusting, that’s what lost it for Clinton. President Elect Trump fooled them all. I believe he will be a great two term President, can’t wait to see him and the First Lady over here. Take care.

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    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for a compliment and informative comment. It might sound odd when I confess that I cannot share the whole Mr. Trump’s agenda but I see that people’s democratic rights have been trodden by the media and political elite. They have brainwashed people giving absolute wrong information on the benefits of the global economy, and they still keep on feeding this bull shit. Their arrogance, including those demonstrators who don’t accept the result of the democratic election, is against the good manners and that’s why I published this post. Nobody can be bullied like the common people are at the moment. The saddest of all is that while the truth is twisted and people are locally confused the global problems remain unsolved. Take care

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  5. smilecalm says:

    may all know the
    riches of their own hearts
    and that all that monetary wealth
    buys less happiness
    than one bright heart’s love 🙂

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  6. newwhitebear says:

    A poem truth. The poor and the rich remain so ignore them.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. voulaah says:

    So wonderful your post
    thnak you so much for sharing


  8. K E Garland says:

    I fear the day when the poor feel they have nothing to lose and one day rise up in rebellion.


    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for commenting. That’s what I am afraid too. If you have time read my afterwords at the end of this post, Necuno del Élite, I uploaded them just before this.
      All the best to you 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  9. mistermuse says:

    The “uneducated” and the “elite” in many (not all) cases seem to share a common trait: each thinks of the other in monolithic, absolutist terms. The “uneducated” aren’t all ignorant, and the “elite” aren’t all “arrogant.” Unless each of us sees each other as individuals rather than as ‘them,’ how will we ever get to the heart of society’s problems?


    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for commenting.
      Of course we are individuals but in spite of that I don’t understand why some of us must suffer while some of us live in luxury. The economical problems can’t be solved by saying we all are individuals. Those individuals who have more money than they can’t ever spend no matter how free with money they are should help those individuals who live in poverty. We individuals like you and me must be ready to pay more on things we use so that the workers outside Europe and USA get enough money and don’t have to leave their homes in hope of better life abroad.

      I am well-educated and I don’t look down those people who aren’t well-educated and who are poor but that doesn’t fill their stomachs or give a workplace whom need one. My post is about this time when the poor people are blamed. This happen through the media which the elite owns. The elite doesn’t mean all the rich people in the world but the richest of us. Some of them like Bill Gates speaks about social issues and I can’t imagine that he could black paint the poor but one or two migration birds don’t make the summer.

      The poor in the Western world are blamed in two reasons. When they are guilty to their own misery because they are lazy there is no reason to help them. Secondly while they are said to be jealous and racists it is fair enough to bring more people in Europe and USA. This is a bad thing for everyone. The world shouldn’t be a place where people have to suffer in their native land or leave their home countries.

      I wish you all the best and hope that you don’t take my reply as an insult. It is not my intention. 🙂

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  10. mistermuse says:

    Thanks for your reply. Of course I don’t take it as an insult. Actually, I take it as an example of what I meant by treating each other as individuals in which civil dialogue and exchange of views in a thoughtful way takes precedence over ‘knee-jerk’ reactions.

    Just to clarify, my previous comment wasn’t meant to contend that economical problems can be solved by saying we are all individuals (although of course it wouldn’t hurt for employers, for example, to think of their employees as individuals and not as faceless, as has often been the case throughout history). I was thinking in terms of individuals in the relational sense, in order to address the social and political climate that poisons how we function and has much to do with the injustices you decry — as do I.

    We seem to agree that attitudes matter, so with that as a starting point, understanding is always possible! 🙂


  11. tmezpoetry says:

    Well. I am one of those people who will continue to demonstrate, speak out about the election (which turned out to be a moral degradation campaign), and protest, etc. My ‘arrogance’ about not accepting the new president is about protecting freedom of speech, civil rights, freedom of press, the integrity of dignity and worth for all and political integrity in public forum. Obviously, you nor the people who follow you really have any clue about the cultural and civil undercurrent in this election nor of the total shift of a one party control that even includes nominations for a majority conservative bench NOR of the normalization of racism, bigotry, sexism during Trump’s show. It makes me so sick that you and your audience can ridicule the other side without having a real clue about truly what is happening here with alt right groups, the huge spike in violence, harassment, assault etc.

    This is your post,I wasn’t going to say anything but answering ignorance called. Delete this message I don’t care. But even in private read, how dare you be so ignorant and yet call everyone else brainwashed and arrogant. Sorry just expected more from someone like you. I was wrong. Terribly wrong.


    • Yelling Rosa says:

      I see that you have lost the core of my post because you use too much your heart and not at all your brains. I haven’t said that I agree with Mr Trump but it is not to fair and good behavior to brand all the people who have voted him as racists or those who voted for Brexit. This kind of unfounded claims the media sows and many of us take them without any critic. Unfortunately people who are repeating the media’s mantra are well-educated persons. (Of course not every cultivated men or women are arrogant). They think that they are clever when they teach the common men. In this sense they lift themselves on the higher level forgetting how we all are individuals.

      If you really want to make things better to all of us, you calm down and see all the poor equally no matter where they live. On this ground you most likely realize how so large masses want to say something when they voted for Trump or Brexit, or are you seriously think that for example more than 50 pro cent of the population in Britain are racists. They are not happy how things are in USA or in Europe. If the old political parties really gave them opportunities they would vote them.

      The globalism make things worse all the time on this planet. The factories leave the Western World in order to get work done cheaper in not so developed countries meanwhile the unemployment grows in the West. The wars, whose motives are money, destroy countries outside Europe and USA causing migration. Money doesn’t have the homeland or heart but cunning mind. Even though the media which is mostly owned by the money circle gives the picture of caring the immigrants they don’t care them at all and why would them. The share holders don’t pay the bills or live there where things getting worse. In my opinion the media and the elite (less than 2% of the people in the world) wants to sow discord among people, and when I read your reply, I have to state how they have managed to do so. When people’s feelings are running hot, we keep on blaming on each other, and things remain unchanged.

      I wish you all the best and constructive calm mind 😉


  12. sherazade says:

    Thank you for yr remembering me 🙂


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  14. You are, of course, correct. Once again – has it not been always so – those with power wield it to inflict their dominance and instill fear, and by creating a tier of immobile disadvantaged the rest of the population live in fear because of what they perceive to be a possible fate for themselves. One day, perhaps, we will evolve beyond these base instincts and learn that we are all the same.


  15. Just a small point regarding “yes to Brexit, more than 50 percent of the population in Britain”

    51.9% of those who voted said Yes. With a turnout of 72.2%, this means that 37.5% of those eligible to vote said Yes (and those eligible to vote make up about 70% of the overall population, so it was about 26% of the population who voted Yes). Not really such a “decisive mandate” that some claim it was when you think about it like this, I feel..


    • Yelling Rosa says:

      Thank you for the statistics.
      In every country the non-voters are remarkable part of the population. However when the media and people including politicians analyze the results of any election, they don’t usually speculate about nonexistent votes. More than half of the population that took part in the election voted for Brexit which is the place to start. If it had gone other way around, and Brexit has got less votes than EU, those invisible votes shouldn’t either have any weight.
      All the best and take care 🙂

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