The tribalism is the result of divide and conquer, a conquering I believe consists of halves.
The first half is consolidation of resources and people.
The second half is the release of that consolidation into certain entities that, because of the first half, encircle and are tied to the "tribes," the pockets of people, the categories of people, categories borne from the forces of consolidation. This half, the second, is the unraveling of what was raveled; it's the construction of the illusion of decentralization that will run the duration of the lives people NOT the consolidators, NOT the controllers. As for the duration of the people NOT the controllers, well, how long will those lives be? If not already, it gives a new perspective to universal health care -- a system of life-death to which everyone controlled is in -- does it not?
School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me
Study nature, not books. -Walton F. Dutton