Current forms of demcoracy and capitalism have ensnared humanity into servitude due to the concept of need. Poverty, class divisions, and a lack of philosophical politics have churned out an environment which produces beggars who are starting to wonder why the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has been transformed into mediocre, popular rhetoric. The beggars created by need are slaves of work, victims of censorship, and an available commodity of poverty that prompts puppets in immaculate suits to exercise lessons learnt in diplomacy.
For the revolutionaries, it is diplomacy and its capitalist patrons that are considered the heirs of oblivion. Capitalism is as much indebted to need as the destitute it claims to protect. The need of the capitalist is greater than that of the oppressed, who have the ability to survive through ideals.