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Politics : Politics for Pros- moderated

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To: isopatch who wrote (768448)9/24/2022 5:46:44 PM
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SNIP:

EU AWA NATO Global Deep State governance is self destructing & therefore living on borrowed time
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Generation of wealth that becomes concentrated in few hands leads to ease of acquisition of goods, of servants of every sort, and in accompaniment,

'logical' but unwarranted feelings of success, (due to large rewards), of superiority, (due obviously, to greater material rewards than vast majority of people), of entitlement, (due to the struggle to get placement in hierarchy or inheritance thereof).

(Noble youth are often not noble).

Peter Turchin is quite right that an over supply of elites leads to degeneration:

peterturchin.com

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