The power of political parties begins with the idea rveryone is equal. That has¬†great appeal but that appeal is small compared with that made by a propaganda that tells them they are superior to others and that others are inferior to them. (based on Karl Popper – ‘The Open Society and It’s Enemies’). Not only is that the basis of racism, the political parties trade on the idea of superiority and use it to engender a false but effective loyalty. People who believe their organization confers superiority on them are a major problem to a free culture. The answer to them is to be careful to¬†evaluate your premises and to accept only those that are proven correct.

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