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We have on the one hand a desperate need; hunger, sickness, and the dread of war. We have, on the other, the conception of something that might meet it: omnicompetent global technocracy. Are not these the ideal opportunity for enslavement? This is how it has entered before; a desperate need (real or apparent) in the one party, a power (real or apparent) to relieve it, in the other.
C. S. Lewis (more quotes by C. S. Lewis or books by/about C. S. Lewis)
(1898-1963), British novelist
Willing Slaves of the Welfare State, first published in The Observer on July 20, 1958
Hunger, Health, Fear, War, Globalism, Oligarchy, Servitude, Slavery, Power, Politics, Deception