So the Russian conscripts, right? They’ve been mobilized and sent to the frontlines. They can’t work, which means they aren’t paying their credit card bills, their car loans, and their mortgages. Debt collectors arrest their property and shut down their bank accounts.
Theoretically, recruitment centers are supposed to send the lists of recruits’ names to the banks to freeze their debts but nobody can be assed to take the trouble.
Everything, absolutely everything in the post-national model is a pretext for transferring capital from those who barely have enough to those who are drowning in opulence.
Let’s carefully observe what the post-nation is like and ask ourselves whether we find it attractive.