I do not understand something, the need to pull others down to climb to the top. To, intentionally, submerge them in water in attempts to be rescued.
I instantly think of the K-OS song “Crabbuckit” (which was released in 2004 as a single from his album “Joyful Rebellion”**). Linking this song might infringe on copyrights, so to avoid potentially nasty lawsuits I will not do so; however, I recommend listening to it. For the longest time I never knew what it meant until someone enlightened me. The notion of a crab bucket is simple, crabs will actually pull other crabs down further into the bucket, using other crabs as a ladder to freedom. Strange isn’t it that it is hardwired into a crab’s brain to think individualistically. Because each and every crab instinctively thinks this way, pandemonium ensues, resulting in all the crabs in that bucket to die.
In attempts to avoid the eventuality of this post turning into a rant, I will instead leave you with a thought to ponder. Will installing a metaphorical crab bucket lead to the collective demise?