Aleister Crowley wrote
We should have no compunction in utilizing the natural qualities of the bulk of mankind. We do not insist on trying to train sheep to hunt foxes or lecture on history; we look after their physical well being, and enjoy their wool and mutton. In this way we shall have a contented class of slaves who will accept the conditions of existence as they really are, and enjoy life with the quiet wisdom of cattle. It is our duty to see to it that this class of people lack for nothing.
Was this Crowley's way of advocating for some form of state socialism or private charity? I'm curious about how Crowley thinks the bulk of mankind should be cared for.