Nietzsche Ruling Class Analysis

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first of all, what is “the ruling class”?
The agglutination of segments that contains “rule” and “priest” may give the answer.
The “ruling class” is the class dominant as signaled by Nietzsche in this.
“Jewish instinct” is here transformed to “xxx instinct”, that is the rol of beliefs that makes the conduct automatized following the xxx religion, and in the case xxx = “jewish,” but may be “christian,” “buddhist” and so on. Thus, Christianity remains similar to Judaism.
In conclusion, Nietzsche believes that someone took possession of the event “Christ” to manipulate its consequences, to obtain Christian instinct to be similar to Jewish instinct and that this act means the negation of the Church. This Nietzsche opinion is in context with accusations in literature that Heretical sects took possession of Christianity, in its early times, to construct a belief system for humanity reformation founded on early Christians lifestyle and teachings.
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This phenomenon of insert of ideas in discourses of another by revolutionary men is often seen, and also would be necessary verify if there are insertions of strange ideas to Nietzsche in your translations, as his sister was accused to had made. This fragment is an introduction to analysis of socialism in Nietzsche.
If “ruling class” refers to dominant class, Nietzsche is clear in determining that before the people the priests are the “ruling

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