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Valorian Society - Gangs and Governments - The Human Predicament (1992).pdf
This is Valorian Society's perceptive book Gangs and Governments - The Human Predicament (1992) which sets out to compare the behaviour of street gangs and governments with an analysis of the lessons to be learned from the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the direction taken by the United States, the prospects of the European Community and the part money plays in the current human condition. Street gangs fight all outsiders in order to defend their claimed territory. Governments fight all outsiders in order to defend their claimed territory. What is the difference between a gang and a government? Are street gangs simply embryonic governments? Are governments street gangs made legal? Is the formation of street gangs and governments the natural tendency of the human species? There were plenty of people in history who thought exactly so. But this fascinating book explains why governments are simply not a product of natural development. They are therefore not made to serve the society. Rather they are constituted by a small number of people (the elite) who always find a clever way to impose their belief system on everybody else usually enslaving them for good. Those who oppose them are persecuted as the government is "always right". Many people today still believe their governments are there for their sake and will do everything to take care of them. Gangs and Governments vividly proves otherwise. Find out the true nature of government and what can we expect from it in the future. 35 pages. A must read for everyone.