At the core of human society is an attempt to create and establish a sense of normalcy based upon loyalty in the sense of belonging to society. This begins early in life and is created through the sense of belonging by being special and unique by having a family. The fact is that having a family is simply common and it is not unique or special. This is used by society to maintain the status quo of those in power. They play on the fears of human beings create the need to belong in a sense that if one does not belong there is something wrong with them. Without this attitude many games or systems in society would perish.
This technique of loyalty and belonging plays on the lack of the sense of self and the need to feel whole of each person. Society sets the standard that feeling whole is done through acquiring a sense of belonging to and with other human beings. If this program is maintained there is a very subtle dependency created that assures society of its control of individual human beings. Those human beings who do not succumb to this programming are seen as outcasts, weirdos or strange people. From this sense of loyalty the idea of community is corrupted. The idea of community is based on fear and lack not only sharing of abundant resources both physical and emotional.