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2019-03-13 10:51 by Karl Denninger
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The fox gets into the chicken coop and kills them all.

Right?

Not always.

A fox in a henhouse got way more than it bargained for when a group of killer chickens turned the tables on their traditional foe and pecked it to death.

One chicken, one fox, chicken is what's for dinner.

Five chickens, one fox, probably same deal.

But at some point -- some number of chickens, if they decide they're not going to be what's for dinner by letting the fox have at 'em one at a time -- the fox loses despite having vastly superior weaponry, size and strength to any individual or small number of chickens.

Now contemplate how this might apply to US Citizens getting financially gang-banged by politicians and the medical industry, any number of other outrages perpetrated by the "mavens of industry" whether in the tech space or otherwise, our politicians letting illegal invaders overrun our nation and its finances or for that matter the people in Britain about to get gang-banged by a handful of people in Parliament vis-a-vis their vote to get the He-double-matchsticks out of the EU......