You'll never get anywhere. Perhaps in time, like many youthful radicals, you'll mature and your views will become more rational.
These views are rational.
In fact, these views are the height of rationalism. It's egalitarianism and liberalism that are irrational. Especially in the modern era, where we have become so overcome by irrationality that we are pursuing things totally opposed to egalitarianism in the name of egalitarianism (i.e. Affirmative Action).
Ain't it funny, though, how when people eventually come around to what the future holds and also give up on the Left, they become something very much like a national technist? I've seen this phenomenon surprisingly often. Scouring Reddit, Voat, Tumblr, and even other forums yields the same result.
Some damned collegian got so disillusioned by the 2016 election and is also so interested in transhumanism, automation, etc. that that they begin realizing the limits of how the old order can function in this new age. If not hardline technism, then either Market or Marxism-Vyrdism.
We're so desperate to keep the spirit of the 1950s and 1960s alive (see: the policies of Trump and Clinton) that we're willing to adopt this schizophrenic delusion that nothing's changed and that nothing will change. We elect leaders who can't operate an email server properly (I strongly doubt Trump's any better than Clinton in this regard, and I doubt Obama was even that good at it) and probably can't understand the difference between a smartphone and a tablet in an age where scientists are experimenting with putting micro smartphones in our brains.
Something's going to give. And Generation Z will likely be the one to break it.