|7 aAnd the masses in one of the poor rural nations will discover your ideas,
8 bAnd recognize just how right they are,
9 cEven though there was never much capital in their nation to begin with,
10 dAnd they'll have a big revolution,
11 eAnd win.
CHAPTER 81 fAnd after the masses get through killing all the aristocracy and the bourgeoisie,
2 gAnd even a few of the masses who aren't interpreting your ideas correctly,
3 They'll start building a new model society,
4 hWhere the state owns everything,
5 iAnd the state is ruled by the proletariat,
6 jWhatever that is,
7 kAnd nobody's any better than anyone else,
8 lAnd everybody has a roof over their head,
9 mIncluding even prisoners and traitors and counter-revolutionaries.
10 nAnd everything will be just beautiful.
CHAPTER 91 In fact, everything will be so beautiful that a lot of the world's greatest ointellectuals will stop doing what they were doing,
2 pLike philosophy and religion and art and literature,
3 And become your qdisciples,
4 Believing that your ideas are a replacement for all those things,
5 Since if there's rno God,
||6 sAnd nobody's any better than anybody else,
7 All that really matters is having tthree squares a day and a roof over your head,
8 uUntil you die,
9 Which will probably be soon anyway,
10 vEspecially since the capitalist nations of the world seem pretty determined to blow everything up.
CHAPTER 101 And just supposing that the day comes when a lot of people start to doubt that you were right about everything,
2 That's okay too,
3 Because they'll all come to wbelieve the most important parts,
4 xNamely, that nobody's any better than anyone else,
5 yEspecially since the industrial nations are going to blow everything up,
6 zAnd that capitalism is a selfish, heartless economic system that only helps the rich,
7 aaAnd that the best decisions are made by very large groups of Average People in great big meeting rooms,
8 bbAnd that the masses are somehow wiser,
9 ccAnd nobler,
10 ddand more peaceful than the rest of us,
11 eeAs long as they get to hear the truth often enough to understand it.
12 ffAnd most important of all, people in all walks of life will come to believe that the only real virtue is need,
13 ggAnd that the only natural right is the right of the powerless to take what they want from whoever has it.