Collectivism is the 'philosophy' of every cockroach and sewer rat: 'If I want it, I must need it, and if I need it, I have a right to it, and if I have a right to it, it doesn't matter what I have to do to get it.' Thefact that such an inherently animalistic, short-sighted, anti-humanviewpoint is now painted by some as compassionate and 'progressive' does not make it any more sane, or any less dangerous.



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