Our old Curia keeps plugging along bravely.... as always more "citizens" seek the ego trip of being the one person to tear her down. I for one, think that someone someday will manage to sway a vote and dump her into the blue oceans of ordinarity....
Let me illustrate my concern with a parable from history, the social experiments in Aragon at the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War where all hierarchy was rifled and spontaneous citizen organizations tried to live in complete anarchy... end result: the Communist Cadre's with their ultra-hierarchy and organization took over.
In short there are mechanisms in humanity which make such utopian endeavours fail repeatedly... another human mechanism is one of overconfidence in would-be ego-tripping revolutionaries convinced that they can do better.... but the track record is against them.
Last point, if anyone feels insulted thus far: I consider the spirit of leading others to revolution deeply egoistic in a negative sense. For me a Che Guevera was only a slight cut above a Norman Schwarzkopf both leading others to their them to fulfill their subjective bias.
I strongly advise, and implore, lets leave the Curia as is, it has been more than good enough over these years, and I keep seeing people trying to deeply knock it off pace.
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