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Thrust of argument: That is what all humans should consider all humans entitled to. Just to start with. Direction of resistance / implied resistance: Sadly most humans want hierarchies and want some to be entitled to much and others to nothing.

 

 

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Removal of resistance: Instead of everyone's having abundance, they (most humans) want competition among everyone for some to have more than is ever needed and some to never have what is needed. Unification: Even though we can all have abundance - but only if we all want it for each other, not just ourselves.
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Maximum availability of food, minimum work.

That is what all humans should consider all humans entitled to. Just to start with.

Sadly most humans want hierarchies and want some to be entitled to much and others to nothing.

Instead of everyone's having abundance, they (most humans) want competition among everyone for some to have more than is ever needed and some to never have what is needed.

Even though we can all have abundance - but only if we all want it for each other, not just ourselves.