>>276565>Those oligarchs at the top caring only about keeping their wealth cause almost all of the societal problems we are dealing with since the 19th century, drug epidemics, utter destabilization and collapse of most third world countries, destabilization on some first world countries such as Nordic ones
I disagree. The atrocities, wars, and disrepair of the 19th and 20th centuries were "naturally" occurring, for the most part. Napoleon's rise was a direct reaction to the French Revolution, Hitler's rise and the Bolshevik Revolution were direct reactions to WWI and industrialization, etc. It could be argued that, say, WWI was a result of faulty oligarchical diplomacy, or the French Revolution was a result of the French monarchy/aristocracy ruling badly and being at odds with each toher, but why would this absolve "reactionary" individuals like Napoleon/Hitler/Stalin from their own actions? You could argue that, when the previous oligarchy is abolished and replaced by someone like Napoleon or Stalin, it's only a reintroduction of a new form of oligarchy or absolute ruler, but there is no real alternative. When the old oligarchy is destroyed such as in the French and Bolshevik Revolutions, and the people have a chance to rule, a new oligarchy is simply put back into place - this is because it's the optimal structure of civilization. Note that I'm not saying Napoleon is anything like the other two examples given, in fact I am a big fan of the great Western conquerors like Napoleon/Alexander/Caesar, but that's not to say he didn't plunge Europe into a state of constant war.>now this SCAMdemic that's being used to render most people into poverty and establish neo-feudalism
How, exactly, is the pandemic being used to institute neo-feudalism? From experience, any definition equating the neo-fuedalist goal you speak of to feudalism would likely also encompass society as it is now anyway.
To relate this back to the topic, by the way, none of these takes of yours are radical or unorthodox outside of the neo-feudalist thing, and that's only because most people don't know what feudalism is or how that would work. The different, I suspect, is that most people simply don't care or aren't as articulate in their beliefs as you are. Going up to someone and telling them these things would be wPost too long. Click here to view the full text.