It is the feeling of loneliness that makes man irritable and aggressive. In loneliness he is afraid. When he is afraid, he feels threatened. The body and the mind go into attack mode. The pulse throbs nervously in the temples and chest.
When the lonely man has gained power, he wants to use this power to spread his fear. Since no one voluntarily wants to submit to his fear, man becomes oppressive and violent. Despite power, he is still in lonely fear. In attack mode.
Give people back their security. Everything else will find itself.
Lonely with power or lonely without: there is no qualitative difference. Only the means seem to differ.