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Agreed, privilege is not determined so much by socio-economic positioning but by the good fortune of the characteristics and empathy of ones parents and people associated with your upbringing. Likewise the excessive use of the term privilege, like racism, has caused its misuse to extreme absurd contextual arguments. For example, the Idpol are mostly capitalists and measure success as high in the socio-economic and material status hierarchy, whereas a true egalitarian society measures success by the humanity and compassionate characteristics. The poorer one is, often the kinder and more successful that person is as being privileged with the knowledge of human perfection. Poverty is a privilege, thus overturning the capitalist-Idpol overuse and misuse of the term "privilege".