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Flat White

Memes: the road to collectivism

17 March 2023

5:00 AM

17 March 2023

5:00 AM

As politics becomes increasingly polarised, policymakers are no longer focused on giving voters what they want, but on making voters want what they are given. Rather than presenting policies as rational choices for individual voters, policies increasingly ignore the intelligence of individuals in support of a collectivist agenda.

Informing the battle lines is a process of collectivist reinforcement through ideologically informed policy supported by policy-framed teaching.

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