Code pink radio (go to 36:00)
Heard this and thought by Chris Hedges and thought it was pretty interesting.
The psychological mindset of the military and law-enforcement necessarily involves chauvinism/us and them/superiority to justify and enable killing and violence. I think that enabling killing is very hard. Most healthy people have a lot of natural psychological barriers to industrial scale murder. It must therefore be heavily ingrained.
I think that if you have this as a key principle it can kind of explain macro-behaviours of policy from military leadership, and how it falls into traps of anti-immigration, fascism, racism, etc.
One might also consider forms of divide in business narratives eg "consumers/service providers", and the dehumanizing consequence and effects on business behaviour.