Politics so much resembles chess. There are just two sides. Each side starts with the same number of puppets, which perpetuates the question: is it about puppets or about strategy?

But in society one side has 99% of the puppets (and always loses) and the other side has 1% of the puppets and always wins for some obscure reason.

The game is certainly not "representative" nor is it any fun (for the majority), yet we keep playing it over and over...

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