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Darwin's rules are poorly understood by most people.
It is not the 'strongest' that survive as socialists have continually asserted. It is those best adapted to present conditions.
Socialist polices increasingly make it more likely that those on benefits who will survive.
Those who breed most 'survive' differentially.
Continually, socialists have advocated the 'successful' 'should' pay for the 'poor', right back from the early 20th century. Thus we have a growing class who do not work but are good at living off others.
In Darwinian terms, it is they that become the ones who best manage the changes in the environment.
leftist heaven on earth
Leftists tend to believe in heaven on earth, brought into existence by specialist technologists like bankers and 'sociologists'.
You can presently see this in the EUSSR with the technocrats parachuted in over the elected representatives of the countries going bankrupt under socialism
For atheistic, materialistic socialism, the end justifies the means, hence socialism inevitably moves towards mass murder, social deprivation and political correctness in the pursuit of their materialistic utopias. (See also Leaving Islam—‘apostasy’.)
Religious people are less inclined to hubris as they tend to believe they are subject to a higher ethics outside their own egos.
Alcoholic parent beating their children tends to be lower class abuse, a form of violence that anyone can recognise.
The middle classes tend to specialise in emotional abuse. this is far harder for a child to understand.
With a great deal of punishment of children, the children cannot understand what they are being punished for.
H.G. Wells wanted to poison the 'people of the abyss' . for wells these included the 'incompetent rich families
Wells recommended "painless voluntary euthanasia", "people for whom there is no hope of a happy fulfilled life".
He started the lot now known as 'Exit'!
Wells studied for a while under Thomas Huxley (Huxley also got at Orwell while Orwell was at Eton).
And then there was George Bernard (Shaw) -
Virtually all the leaders of the Fascist 'New' Labour Party are Fabians.
'secret' societies - fabianism and so on
It is a mistake to believe that 'secret' societies are in fact secret.
What is 'secret' about them is that the everyday members are not 'initiates'. In such societies or groups, at each level, the neophyte is told a little more of the real agenda. Thus, scientologists become 'clears'.
The group steadily tests the new member for loyalty and what would be well termed 'gullibility'.
There are alternative definitions of 'information'. Examples: when the sun is in the house of Mars, that society is a matter of two warring classes, and much other nonsense.
Only at the controlling levels will the full objectives become clear, usually one or another form of exploitation.
Some commonly known examples of 'secret' societies are the Fabians, the Free Masons or the Scientologists.
Most high panjandrums of the socialist/Labour party in Britain are Fabians. Much of the concern about Masons in southern Europe is that they also are seen as (an atheistic) front for socialism.
Machiavelli had it correct - trust a person's actions, not their words. Humans are widely addicted to words, the words addle their brains.
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