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Corporate power consolidation is so enormous that even the government could be viewed as a small appendage of a larger corporate organism.
We must dilute and disperse all forms of concentrated power that refuse to be accountable to majority wishes.
The force of the bonds between international corporatocracies and their quasi-citizen consumers is so powerful, that even strong-armed imperial constructs of governance like America are squeezed out, dethroned, and ultimately must also bow in servitude to the consolidated global fiscal state.
When radical inbred nationalism blindly serves in subordination to the plutocracies of international corporate-states, masquerading as so-called free marketplaces, the emergence of an oligarchy ruling-class within a state of neo-feudalism seems inevitable.
Excessive nationalism is a form of cultural self-centeredness, and as a collective thought-form, can only exist because the dominant in-group is itself comprised of self-centered and narcissistic individuals.
Excessive nationalism is one of many examples of a form of collective narcissism, where the citizens possess an inflated self-love of "their own people," to the exclusion of other human beings.
We huddle tightly together as cowards, protecting the ranks of our false collective identity from "less-human" intruders, when the only obvious and sane truth is that we are all the same human beings.
We find ourselves constantly in battle in the vast human theaters of conflict.
Out of the hobbled spirit of attachment, and the insecure need of belonging, come the gross judgments against those who do not belong.
Prejudice comes from insecurity and its spiritually infantile need of belonging.

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