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  1. Since when did meritocracy go from being a utopian fantasy to a common thing? After all, it is sheer nonsense to assume that we can understand in advance who manages better and who is worse, and put those who we knew in advance that they would manage better. How is this supposed to be understood? Who will make such decisions? Who will oversee these “talented managers”?

    Depending on the answers to these questions, meritocracy turns into either totalitarianism or democracy, and thank you, I'm already for democracy, why should I come up with another name for it?

  2. Because he is marginal with absurd suggestions. If sound ideas accidentally appear in his sayings, then this is more likely a successful combination of circumstances than a pattern.

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