to control the change, set the agenda and control thought to a thesis, an antithesis and your desired synthesis. So, we see, in a cartoon:
Where, let us recall the change challenge:
. . . thus the fallacy of the false dilemma pushing a simplistic dichotomy of choices:
. . . and the Overton Window context, where one has to open up space to pull policy, likely incrementally — thus we see a slippery slope ratchet:
so, we see how a slippery slope slide into lawless oligarchy can be created:
Are we facing a march of the Lemmings?
Food for thought as we contemplate technoplutocracy. END