"Here it is being made clear that the ones who have been the worst victims of the system should receive the greatest privilege. Not only in the 'real world', but here too. That is just and moral. Nothing more or less."
Some people do get more privileges around here because of their special circumstances. We don't expect them to abuse it but we are more tolerant and we do extend more to people whom we feel reasonably confident are victims in the system. The privileges they get are to help them get back on their feet and in itself does not qualify them for leadership.
My main point was about leadership, which calls for being well informed, and having the most experiences. As I explained earlier, being well-informed calls for having integrity as a person without integrity is not well informed. And I already repeated the argument about experience on the other thread.
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