I have always been interested in the resemblances and dissimilarities that one finds between human society and the insect world and was recently observing behavioural interaction among long-legged desert ants and their efforts to maintain order within a rigorous caste system. However, there are moments when this little cosmic order appears to descend into episodes of pure class repression and we see this whenever a female worker ant is tempted to break the rules and act upon her reproductive capabilities. Ordinarily, workers are adapted for foraging and colony maintenance and reproduction is ruthlessly discouraged by a queen-induced regulatory mechanism and what may be interpreted as forms of aggressive policing. Having dared to challenge the existing order, the female worker is forcibly restrained by her sister ants for a period of up to three days until she is no longer able to reproduce. At the same time, whilst this seems crucial in the ant world due to the threat of inbreeding one could be forgiven for assuming that the lower birthrates, gender dysphoria and misandrist politics we find within modern human society are transforming us into a civilisation based on similar principles. Comparisons between humans and insects are usually reserved for oppositional critiques of communist hierarchies, but this is happening under global capitalism. Whilst the real purpose of current vaccination methods are still open for debate, perhaps in an age of increasing technology the State's use for worker-children is diminishing and childbirth will be reserved for the parasitic kings and queens of the ruling classes in the way that the lowly female ant is prevented from reproducing and bringing into question the balance of her own society? What we see happening around us now is simply another form of conflict between the perceived interests of mass society - something criticised by Max Stirner, Ernst Jünger and many others - and the sovereignty of the individual, but whilst the natural caste-system of the ant world is considered essential for the survival of the species we humans are moving closer to an erosion of personal freedom as a means of sustaining an artificial class elite. One may even speculate that efforts by the media to portray both the family unit and heterosexuality as unfashionable remnants of a more rectionary age, particularly in light of increasing youth bixsexuality and rampant porn-on-demand, means there is far more to all this than meets the eye. What some critics merely highlight as further evidence that the West is sinking into a vortex of degeneracy, in other words, more importantly benefits the bloated monarchs who sit at the head of the entire colony and who view the reproduction of the proletariat as a hindrance.