I think you made a lot of good points (though I am using a translation I am not sure is too accurate.) There is an idealism in human nature that expects things to turn out differently while ignoring certain universal laws of social dynamics. As far as I know, systems will edge towards centralization as an equilibrium, as total decentralization equals total paralysis. We can keep working towards equality, but in practice a normal distribution will result with a smaller elite having disproportionate control. At some point we want to ask ourselves how intelligent it is to attempt to operate contrary to nature.
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