The monkey species with our political life have incredible similarities in their political life.
Professor James Tillele of the University of Oxford stated in his research that the power conflicts between chimpanzees of people can be learned, so that people can learn a lot.
1. Keep your friends, but keep the enemy closer
Every move has continued in the politics of chimpanzees.
When they reach the top of power, they connect with the enemy instead of the friend. But usually they only negotiate with the enemy for their convenience.
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II. Choose someone who is weak than you to form a coalition
The chimpanzees make a coalition to win, but a weak chimpanzee in that alliance does not need anyone stronger than that.
You can see that – one of the two weak chimpanzees, one after the other, is stronger than someone.
The reason is very simple – if I combine it with a weak person than I and the reception of the formation of that coalition, the share on my side will be more. If the coalition member is stronger than me, my share will be less.
3. The scary image is good, but it is a favorite pastime
Team leaders among the chimpanzees show strength and cruelty, but these leaders do not last long.
Those party leaders are successful, they end for a long time, trying to create supporters within the party, trying to create a coalition of supporters in the party with supporters. The team leaders at Chimpanzee know that it will be flexible and tolerant and that they will also show the power to maintain dominance for a long time.
4. It is good to be a favorite, but gifts must be enjoyed
Among the chimpanzees, leaders who preserve leadership for a long time must buy help. It is necessary to share the food with the victims and to share it in the group.
One study showed that a group leader who had been in charge for 12 years would have chased the meat group.
5. External threat helps to maintain leadership
In the monkey species it is found that when threats come from outside, they are united by forgetting rivalry between the groups.
But the artificial threat of outsiders to political advantage does not work much in human society – there are many examples. People are united when they forget the enemy when they see the real threat.