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  • MinMMinM
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  • MinMMinM
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  • heinrichheinrich
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    The level of psychological denial built-in against 'conspiracies' has always amazed me. People live in a world that is falling apart -- and yet, believing that more than one person at a time can be corrupt is treated like a paranoid fantasy. It's sort of where democratic societies and tribal group-mentality meet: you *have* to believe that everyone is playing by the rules and that anything else is impossible in order to belong to the tribe in a democratic culture.