Accumulation because we do not trust humanity

Through the prism of the ”prisoner dilemma,”  we try to describe ”some” difficulties in establishing a communist society. This dilemma, in the field of economy, is a way to make real-world predictions based on information about each person’s incentives. It helped economists understand how self-improving individuals could lead to self-harming crowds, but it was usually focused on the best market choice. Here we retain the more global impact,  a ”self-harming crowd” with its personal accumulation.