Unions, MuzzleUm Brotherhood, and Dictatorships

I've come to realize that Unions and Mass-Think are a good thing. Nobody has to worry about putting gas in the car, house payments, or healthcare. We will all swim peacefully in the embryonic ocean of the State, or Caliphate, run by benevolent dictators, or Imams, who will see to our every need.
Or, as C.G. Jung put it (courtesy of Earth Emperor):

In the clamor of the many there lies the power to snatch wish-fulfillments by force; sweetest of all, however, is that gentle and painless slipping back into the kingdom of childhood, into the paradise of parental care, into happy-go-luckiness and irresponsibility. All the thinking and looking after are done from the top; to all questions there is an answer; and for all needs the necessary provision is made. The infantile dream state of the mass man is so unrealistic that he never thinks to ask who is paying for this paradise. The balancing of accounts is left to a higher political or social authority, which welcomes the task, for its power is thereby increased; and the more power it has, the weaker and more helpless the individual becomes.
Yes, I can already sense Obama's Army flooding the streets of the world with nurturing and love.

But, who will pay for all of your wishes come true?
You will.
With blood and terror. The likes of which your childlike mind cannot comprehend.

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