Between Scylla and Charybdis

My introduction to British Politics was back in the days of black and white television.

It wasn’t impressive then and it’s not impressive now.

The choice then [as now] was between:

The delusional Red Team and

and the delusional Blue Team.

Both Teams delude the public into thinking Britain is an independent state when effectively it’s a Vassal State of The Empire of Chaos.

Both Teams delude the public into thinking Britain’s unaffordable nuclear arsenal guarantees peace when all it guarantees is nuclear annihilation when The Empire of Chaos decides [yet again] to use Europe as their battleground of choice.

The surreal state of British Politics is slowly slipping away from the deeply delusional and descending into the domain of the dangerously deranged.

What kind of people are we?
As far as I’m concerned there are three types of people when it comes to nuclear weapons.

● Those who are opposed to them and wish to see them abolished (people like me).

● Those who don’t much like them but see them as a necessity…

● Then there are those who are actual nuclear weapons enthusiasts….

Rather naively I’d always imagined that the third type were a tiny fringe minority, with the huge majority of Brits belonging to group one or group two.

However the way the nuclear debate has been framed during the 2017 General Election (lots of scrutiny on Jeremy Corbyn for no first-strike, barely any scrutiny on Theresa May for yes first strike) makes me suddenly realise that group three must be very much larger than group one or two, because anyone in the first two groups would surely approve of Corbyn’s reassuring no first strike policy, and strongly disapprove of Theresa May’s reckless yes first strike policy?

Is it me or has the country completely lost the plot?

Has Britain Completely Lost The Plot Over Nuclear Weapons?
Another Angry Voice – Thomas G. Clark – 3 June 2017

The The Empire of Chaos began interfering in British Politics after the Second World War and eventually took power in 1997 after the untimely death of John Smith.

John Smith QC PC (13 September 1938 – 12 May 1994) was a British Labour Party politician who served as Leader of the Labour Party from July 1992 until his death from a heart attack in May 1994.

This frustrated many modernisers like Tony Blair and Gordon Brown and after Smith’s sudden death in May 1994, he was succeeded as Leader by Blair, who undertook the subsequent re-branding of Labour as New Labour, winning the 1997 general election in a landslide.

Perfidious Albion is an anglophobic pejorative phrase used within the context of international relations and diplomacy to refer to alleged acts of diplomatic sleights, duplicity, treachery and hence infidelity (with respect to perceived promises made to or alliances formed with other nation states) by monarchs or governments of Britain (or England) in their pursuit of self-interest and the requirements of Realpolitik.

Perfidious signifies one who does not keep his faith or word (from the Latin word “perfidia”), while Albion is a poetic name for Britain.

Leaving the British electorate [as always] to choose “between the devil and the deep blue sea”.

Being between Scylla and Charybdis is an idiom deriving from Greek mythology, meaning “having to choose between two evils”.

Several other idioms, such as “on the horns of a dilemma”, “between the devil and the deep blue sea“, and “between a rock and a hard place” express similar meanings.

The philosophical problem is that the lesser of two evils is still evil.

Call me cynical, but I expect that next Thursday Britain is going to hand Theresa May the landslide victory she wanted.

But she’ll win it for the exact same reason that Donald Trump won the US presidential election: the alternative was too unbearable to contemplate.

Never Get Used To It – Frank Davis – 4 June 2017

May’s support is almost entirely from hard Brexiteers who are going to crash the economy to satisfy their racism.

Of course I want to see May defeated and out of office, because Tory policies actually kill people.

Already A Victory – Craig Murray – 5 June 2017

The practical reality is political polarization and tactical voting.

The opinion polls suggest Theresa May is headed towards a well earned Clinton Moment.

But the big question is:

Can the The Empire of Chaos terrorise the British electorate into submission and servitude.

Seven people have been killed and at least 48 injured in a van and stabbing terrorist attacks took place in London on Saturday night. The first attack took place on London Bridge followed shortly by an attack in Borough Market.

“This Is For Allah” – Seven Killed In London Terrorist Rampage; Three Assailants Shot
Zero Hedge – 3 Jun 2017 11:43 PM

I sincerely hope not.

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28 Responses to Between Scylla and Charybdis

  1. Thx1138 says:

    Sorry Tim you may have trouble absorbing this but there is absolutely no such thing as a nuclear weapon.

    Also all of the London attacks were completely staged and are also a hoax.

    However in public you should still exhibit the proper amount of fear in order to blend in with the rest of the crowd.

  2. malagabay says:


    “Sorry Tim you may have trouble absorbing this but there is absolutely no such thing as a nuclear weapon.”

    When it comes to Psychological Operations just about anything is possible.

    Psychological operations (PSYOP) are planned operations to convey selected information and indicators to audiences to influence their emotions, motives, and objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of governments, organizations, groups, and individuals.

    This is especially true when the supporting “evidence” is only based upon still and moving images.


    Therefore, scrutinising the photographic “evidence” for anomalies is important.

    One curious property associated early photographic plates [and films] is that they were “blackened by ionizing radiation” and were “usefully sensitive” to ultraviolet light.


    And I think it’s fair to say, for example, that Miles Mathis has had a lot of fun identifying anomalies in some of the “nuclear test” images produced in the 1940s and 1950s.

    So many problems there it is hard to know where to start.
    First of all, the spout doesn’t match the other spout.
    The spout here is larger at the bottom and tapers up; the other doesn’t.
    This spout is surrounded by white foam; the other isn’t.
    If you answer that this photo is a few seconds later, allowing these things to change and develop, then you have to answer this, too: How did the white cloud above get smaller?
    If this is a few seconds later, allowing the white foam below to develop, why hasn’t the vapor cloud above expanded?
    The top of the cloud, containing the broccoli shapes, has expanded, so why would the white vapor halo beneath that have contracted?
    They forgot to match the photos to one another.

    The Bikini Atoll Nuclear Tests were Faked – Miles Mathis – 14 June 2014

    Click to access bikini.pdf

    Clearly, Miles Mathis has demonstrated the “nuclear bomb” program included a strong Psychological Operations element.

    This is no surprise as the “bomb” was being marketed as a deterrent and symbol of power.

    However, demonstrating the “nuclear bomb” program included a Psychological Operations element doesn’t demonstrate there was “absolutely no such thing as a nuclear weapon” in the 1940s and 1950s.

    And it most certainly doesn’t demonstrate there was “absolutely no such thing as a nuclear weapon” in [for example] 2001.

    A huge steel beam from the south tower falters, turns to “dust” and blows away.

    However, the “nuclear bomb” evidence is not just photographic.

    The “nuclear bomb” program produced a huge spike in “nuclear fallout”.


    This “nuclear fallout” spike is associated with a huge spike in cancer deaths.

    This “nuclear fallout” spike is associated with a huge spike in male heart disease deaths.

    This “nuclear fallout” is also associated with a huge spike in preventative tonsillectomies which I personally remember very well – even though this particular episode has been [like so many other items of medical history] conveniently dropped down the memory hole.

    Tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure in which each tonsil is removed from a recess in the side of the pharynx called the tonsillar fossa.

    This “nuclear fallout” spike doesn’t prove “nuclear bombs” exist but it does demonstrate [at the very least] that the science of “dirty” radiological weapons has been perfected.

    A dirty bomb or radiological dispersal device (RDD) is a speculative radiological weapon that combines radioactive material with conventional explosives.

    The purpose of the weapon is to contaminate the area around the dispersal agent/conventional explosion with radioactive material, serving primarily as an area denial device against civilians.

    Depleted uranium is uranium with a lower content of the fissile isotope U-235 than natural uranium.

    DU used in US munitions has 60% of the radioactivity of natural uranium.

    Therefore, I most definitely don’t agree with your statement that “there is absolutely no such thing as a nuclear weapon”.

    But, as always, you are free to see it differently [at your own risk].


    “Also all of the London attacks were completely staged and are also a hoax.”

    From my perspective there has been a huge increase in the number of Psychological Operations perpetrated by the media since 2001.

    The propaganda unleashed by the media after [for example] the MH17 and Alan Kurdi incidents was very well produced, very well co-ordinated and [generally] very effective.

    Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17/MAS17) was a scheduled passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that was shot down on 17 July 2014 while flying over eastern Ukraine, killing all 283 passengers and 15 crew on board.

    Alan Kurdi (Kurdish: Alan Kurdî‎), initially reported as Aylan Kurdi, was a three-year-old Syrian boy of Kurdish ethnic background whose image made global headlines after he drowned on 2 September 2015 in the Mediterranean Sea.

    Other “incidents” were not so well staged managed like [for example] the Nice and Berlin Christmas Market incidents.

    However, for the media it doesn’t really matter whether the underlying event is real or staged.

    The objective of a Psychological Operation is that it is believed by the media consuming majority.

    Arguably, the growing disconnect between reality and it’s portrayal in the media is partially demonstrated by the developing posttraumatic stress disorder phenomenon.

    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental disorder that can develop after a person is exposed to a traumatic event, such as sexual assault, warfare, traffic collisions, or other threats on a person’s life.

    Personally, whenever you’re confronted by a risk [real or imagined] I think it’s advisable to perform a reality check and a risk assessment.

    Motor vehicle deaths in U.S. by year
    2015 35,092

    These days, whenever you are presented with an “incident” by the media it’s always best to reserve judgement until the “bodies” have been independently verified in-situ or in the morgue.

    This is very rarely done [particularly in the West].

    Ordinarily, the reality of death is too horrifying and traumatic for the media in the UK and US.

    Therefore, for me, it’s always a red flag whenever the media suddenly starts showing “blood” and/or “bodies”.

    But, as always, you are free to see it differently.


    The current hysterical state of the US mainstream media is very curious.

    The interesting question to consider is whether the real, underlying reason the US media hates Trump so much is because he managed to burst their bubble.

    Back in the day I was advised:

    Never Trust Everything You See In The Media.

    I think that was very good advice.

  3. The late Bruce Cathie, of the Harmonic 33 series of UFO books, managed to predict the detonations of the French atomic tests decades ago. He coined an interesting numerical system that I never understood, and produced specific dates when atomic detonations were possible. He effectively linked the position of the Sun to the detonation point. His predictions were pretty good. I never understood how until I chanced on Ralph Juergen’s theories, and more importantly the Russian work by Stephan Schnoll et al, where the radioactive decay RATE increased systematically when, in this case, the moon was just under the horizon. They explained it as a gravity effect but I interpreted it as an electric field effect.

    Given this data it becomes possible to predict atomic detonations in terms of lat and long and time, and if everyone has the technology then no one has an upper hand. It also means that tactical nuclear weapons such as suit case devices, are a bit of a furphy as well. All the atomic tests seem more to be calibrating the software programs than anything else. Nuclear devices, when all said and done, are plasma DL devices.

  4. I’m tempted to mull the idea that the humans who survived the past catastrophes also suffered post traumatic stress syndrome and tried to escape from it by insulating themselves in their minds or imaginations. Those survivors then invented religion as an institutionalised mode of PTSS survival – a totally delusional utopian world in which they could imagine themselves in and thus escaping from physical reality. Thinking itself is a means of distracting one self from the immediacy of the present. It’s the self deluded who fabricate history to comply with their beliefs that is the cause of our present day mess.

  5. Thx1138 says:

    I think it was the psychopathic control freaks who planted religious notions into the people’s mind and interpreted the traumatic events as the Wrath of the Gods. I think the atomic bomb is the religious symbol which proves that the Pharaoh, the modern-day Pharaoh has the power of God.

  6. tempestnut says:

    There are accounts from B29 Pilots that they bombed the cities with conventional bombs before the atomic raids, contry to the official account. These raids were laid on to bomb other targets in a direct line with the atomic Target. Because they used the master bomber technique the whole squadron would bomb on the mark of the group leader or master bomber. The story went that they made a nav error and over flew the target and just bomber the next city in error. Nothing about the two atomic attacks ring true.

  7. malagabay says:

    “a totally delusional utopian world in which they could imagine themselves in and thus escaping from physical reality.”

    Louis: I’m more than tempted to agree with you.

    The rush to create the British Welfare State after the Second World War seems like a classic example of this utopian impulse.

    The overt centrepiece of the British utopian dream was the [free] National Health Service which attempted to banish death.

    While the covert centrepiece of this utopian paradise was the BBC which created a utopian dreamscape where death, disease, defecation, dissent and debauchery don’t exist.

    BBC Television returned on 7 June 1946 at 15:00.

    Jasmine Bligh, one of the original announcers, made the first announcement, saying, ‘Good afternoon everybody. How are you? Do you remember me, Jasmine Bligh?’.

    The Mickey Mouse cartoon of 1939 was repeated twenty minutes later.

    This utopian dream has always been operated as a Government Ponzi Scheme which would inevitably implode when the Baby Boomers started to decay.

    The implosion of this utopian dream has been accelerated by the British Government overseeing the transition of the British economy into a Cappuccino Economy which increasingly marginalises and discards manual workers.


    Although it’s a very politically incorrect observation this implosion has also been accelerated by an immigration policy that isn’t aligned with the requirements of a Cappuccino Economy.

    Therefore, it appears depressingly inevitable that discontent, dissent and repression will continue to fracture the nation as the utopian dream implodes and the Government chooses guns before butter.

    In macroeconomics, the guns versus butter model is an example of a simple production–possibility frontier.

    It demonstrates the relationship between a nation’s investment in defense and civilian goods.

    The Trident nuclear programme, also known as the Trident nuclear deterrent, covers the development, procurement and operation of the current generation of United Kingdom nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them.

    Crispin Blunt, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, estimated in July 2016 that the programme would cost £179 billion in total over its lifetime.

    The United Kingdom government austerity programme is a fiscal policy undertaken by the government of the United Kingdom in response to the Great Recession in the UK. It is a deficit reduction programme and it consists of sustained reductions in public spending, intended to reduce the government budget deficit and the welfare state in the United Kingdom.

    Once upon a time the detached European ruling class said: “Let them eat cake”.

    Nowadays the detached European ruling class say: “Let them drink Cappuccinos”.

  8. malagabay says:

    Many narrative anomalies are summarised [and linked to] in this Zero Hedge article.

    It is the anniversary of dropping an atom bomb on Hiroshima.

    But the Hiroshima narrative is a lie.

    We’ve reported at considerable length about how the whatever was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki didn’t have the kind of immediate destructive impact that is portrayed.

    On This “Atom Bomb”-Anniversary, You’re Being Lied To About Hiroshima (And Much More..) – Zero Hedge – 6 Aug 2016

  9. malagabay says:

    I’ll add that the burning-up of ICBM warheads during re-entry makes me wonder about what they can effectively deliver…

  10. malagabay says:

    Some observers are really struggling to understand the British narrative…

  11. malagabay says:

    It’s a poignant moment when an active political commentator such as Richard North reaches the “none of the above” destination…

    Given that, and my own very personal dislike of the local electoral manipulation, I am not prepared to give Mrs May a “blank cheque” for a mandate, the nature of which she has not specified – while she compounds the insult by pretending she has.

    On the other hand, while the Labour pitch might be better, one can have even less confidence in the ability of the Labour team to deliver – notwithstanding that there will be little to choose between the end result, if the “colleagues” are able to drive events.

    In common with many, therefore, I am struggling to decide where to place my vote.

    If there was a “none of the above” option, that would be my preference.

    Failing that, a spoiled vote is beginning to look enormously attractive.

    Brexit: Sleepwalking To A Painful Brexit
    EUReferendum – Richard North – 7 June 2017

    I arrived at that destination about 45 years ago…

    My beliefs haven’t changed, I think a mixed economy is best, that unions are essential to balance power in the workplace, a thriving working and middle class drives our economy, not a few rich people, our greatest bulwark against civil unrest are our institutions and anybody should be free to start a business.

    When did this start meaning I’m a Socialist?

    Yet the Socialists say I’m a nasty Capitalist, someone has moved the goalposts here so I, like many others, am left tribeless.

    Traditional Conservatism Is Dead As A Political Force
    bill40: Progressive Momentum – 1 June 2017


  12. rishrac says:

    More and more I feel like I’ve fallen into a weird alternate universe. There is a circle and inside that circle are all things that are possible. And that is divided between things that are highly likely and things that are not so likely. An alligator eating an Eskimo at the north pole is possible, just not likely. Taking out the garbage today is almost a 100% possibility. Outside the circle are things that are not possible, or shouldn’t be. Real chaos in the time continuum. Events start and stop at random, odd things happen like a T Rex in a shopping mall. Maybe there is a universe where that happens or doesn’t happen, in a dream like state.
    So, when it comes to nuclear, it’s whether a chunk of material can be squeezed just long enough for the reaction to go critical. So I have a test since we are currently exploring the edges of that circle. Fukushima. Let’s stop pouring water on it, let it melt and burn it’s way to a depth where the the temperature and pressure confine it just long enough to see if there really is a very big explosion. It’s only a 160 million tons, ( is that right million, still a 1 ton of the stuff is enough to have a very bad day) considering a normal size bomb is about 2 kilos. If only there was some lithium around. .I’ve forgot whether it’s MOX or not. I think it’s MOX, a slightly bigger bang, but with a detonation that big, whose counting. ( that’s just 1 of the cores, who knows if the rest of the material , about 320 million tons, would detonate? And if it did, would the other reactors in a plant further away go up too?) All the fun stuff of a super volcano with the side kick of being radioactive.
    Totally safe, nobody died.
    I want to watch, but not on this planet. … and if I can’t leave, since we are all pseudo scientists here, only climate scientists are real, psst, don’t tell anybody but me when that will occur so I can enjoy what I think would be the end of life as I know it.

  13. Thx1138 says:

    Tribelessness is next to cleanliness. I haven’t participated in any government election for almost 50 years. Voting only encourages the bastards.

  14. Thx1138 says:

    Uranium has a Young’s modulus of 208. Mild steel has a Young’s modulus of 210. They’re both essentially equivalent. It seems to me that both would shatter before the density of either metal could be increased by one iota. Also it should be considered that uranium is a very brittle metal. If hardened steel were used in the bombshell the problem gets even worse.

  15. Thx1138 says:

    Curiously, the following website is on a block list and government Wi-Fi routers will not allow access to it:

    I currently can only gain access to the site via Google cache.

    As Mr Björkman points out nuclear fission chain reactions are only possible by way of slow neutrons, that is moderated neutrons.

    If a glob of many kilograms of fissionable products had accumulated at the bottom of a reactor and a nuclear explosion was possible don’t you think there would have been a major Atomic blast at Chernobyl or Fukushima?

    I think both events are major hoaxes. Life all around Chernobyl is flourishing. Just like at Bikini Atoll plant and animal life are living normally.

  16. malagabay says:

    From The Telegraph…

    After a very short night, I was woken before 8am on Friday by a call from my son Nick, 5,000 miles away in India, who had been following the drama 8,000 feet up in the Himalayan foothills.

    “This is yet another amazing tribute,” he said, “to the unconscious political genius of the British people. They have somehow managed to steer between the Scylla of Corbyn’s suicidal economic illiteracy and the Charybdis of Mrs May’s hard Brexit.”

    I am astonished: the British voters might just have saved us from a crazy hard Brexit
    The Telegraph – Christopher Booker – 10 June 2017

  17. malagabay says:

    This video from Piffle TV provides an excellent “You Are Here” guide.

    Therefore we must leave the European Union then perhaps we can tackle our ridiculous National Debt, our entirely unrepresentative MPs and the first-past-the-post system that allows such cretins to win office in the first place

  18. malagabay says:

    One word springs to mind: Clusterfuck.

    We are badly served by the Conservatives, but it is evident that Labour is no better.

    It has me wondering whether our representatives in Parliament had ever failed us before, to such an extent over such an important policy issue.

    This alone is enough to question the entire value of the institution – and the media that supports it.

    Over the election, Corbyn’s slogan was “for the many not the few” but, taking up his theme, all he is actually delivering is a situation where, never in history (or so I believe) have so many been so badly served by so few.

    Brexit: An Opposition In Disarray
    Richard North – 17 June 2017

    What Jeremy Corbyn is trying to do now is classic Animal Farm fodder: “Left leg good, Right leg bad”.

    What Momentum and other throat-jumping tweeters were trying to do last Wednesday was suggest that all the problems of cuts, uncaring office-holders and local government corruption began in 2010.

    Well, it won’t wash: turning a blind eye in Rotherham, Bristol and Plymouth didn’t start in 2010.

    Neither did Prescott’s illegal planning permissions, Straw’s Jihadist appeasement, banker set-asides, egocentric projects, and the perversion of justice.

    It began with Heath’s city chums and Union bully-boys, was ruthlessly switched by Thatcher, adopted by Blair, embraced by the EU, and then pushed towards corporate rule by Cameron.

    Grenfell Tower: Cultural Crisis, Not Political Issue
    John Ward – 16 June 2017

  19. malagabay says:

    The best analysis of this Cross Party Clusterfuck that I’ve stumbled across is from UK Column News.

    Common Purpose is a British-founded charity that runs leadership development programmes around the world.

    Common Purpose UK is a subsidiary of Common Purpose.

    Founded in 1989 by its current Chief Executive, Julia Middleton, its aim is to improve the way organisations and society work together by developing all kinds of leaders through a programme of diverse challenges and approaches.

    As of 2015 Common Purpose ran local programmes for leaders in cities across the world, and its global programmes bring together leaders from over 100 countries across six continents.

    As of 2009 Common Purpose employed 125 staff and operated in 50 locations across the UK.

    New Deal for Communities is a regeneration programme led by the government of the United Kingdom for some of the England’s most deprived neighbourhoods. The programme was established by Tony Blair‘s Labour Government and is overseen by the Neighbourhood Renewal Unit within the Department for Communities and Local Government.

  20. Brexit is thus a false flag operation? Hmmmmm.

  21. malagabay says:

    There are some very strange dynamics in play.

    Internationally, there have been two outlier events: BREXIT and TRUMP.

    Therefore, it’s arguable these events are orchestrated by the Empire of Chaos.

    If that’s the case then the Empire of Chaos is disinheriting it’s bastard progeny.

    The Empire of Chaos no longer seeks a UN mandate before dropping bombs…
    The Empire of Chaos no longer wants to buy UN carbon credits for it’s bombs….
    The Empire of Chaos is telling Europe to pay up for NATO or push off.

    Domestically, that implies the UK is one rolling SNAFU.

    The media appears to be [generally] controlled by the Empire of Chaos.

    The politicians are [as usual] Fiddling While Rome Burns

    Many influential people are hooked onto the EU and UN payrolls.

    Many more influential people are only interested in the corporate Gravy Train.

    And ordinary people are beginning to doubt The Powers That Be are a benign influence.

  22. I suspect Trump was an unexpected result, but the Empire is maximising the opportunity by engineering civil unrest to destroy US society.

    And the insidious over regulation in this part of the world continues as well, but few would notice it as most still have their Kermit the Frog suits on and not left the swimming pool.

    The golden rule seems to be the standard operating procedure in this case, or as Voltaire is alleged to have said, ‘if you want to know who rules you, try criticising it’. Gilad Atzmon says it a bit more directly, and Bro. Nathanial, well 🙂

  23. calgacus says:

    I don’t believe Trump was an unexpected result (or Brexit). Brexit and Trump can be used to destroy the conservative and nationalist movements. You can read the articles written by Brandon Smith at . Brandon Smith predicted Brexit and the selection of Trump. Brandon Smith also writes about XDR/SDR (Special Drawing Rights) and how China and Russia is in bad with the globalists. The supposed conflict between various factions (East vs West) is a Circus Maximus provided by the media. The scenarios presented by Brandon Smith are very good, but I believe the elites are more Fabian than Brandon thinks.
    This may be off topic, but I also want to mention the probable introduction of a new Islam (more secular). Gulen, Aga Khan IV, a granddaughter and a grandson of Khomeini can be useful agents for the new Islam. We will see.

  24. There are billions of tons of abiotic oil and methane on ocean and deep sea beds. Clathrates can be detonated, or at least turned to gas. Thus the augmented Tsunami weapon. Stupidly used against a Indonesian Province, in breach of a ceasefire, to eliminate opposition to oil removal and revenue enjoyment. Oceania reveals the one weapon to which it is more vulnerable than EastAsia!

    Then the Pu that Nippon REFUSED TO RELEASE TO THE LANDLORD. Every reactor in Japan is sited on the coast and in an earthquake zone. WWIII started and ended on the same day. Japan may still ‘harbour’ intentions, but they will not be allowed to interrupt trade.

    EMP weapons also exist.

    Does every Collider exist merely to harvest anti-matter? akes a small but powerful bang ….

  25. Indeed. Socialism and Communism can only be tolerated by peoples who are rich.

    Currently, we suffer only from artifical scarcities, and slavery is more difficult to maintain while we have the current tech level.

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  27. Is this the video that has been removed from the original location?

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