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Division and why it is the necessary/lesser evil
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12-20-2012, 07:53 AM #1
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So people tend to think if we unite, we would have a better world and will solve the worst social problems we have. But they are forgetting a few things:
People are different and they have different priorities/goals. Some are stupid, some aren't. Some are evil, some aren't. And i think we all know which group is he majority (The evil and the stupid). But even if it wasn't the case, haven't people noticed the evil and the stupid always get their way? Intelligent people don't tend to impose their will on the rest. And even if they do it, then the rest will be unhappy. So unity still can't be a solution. And i certainly don't want to unite with nazi fucktards who don't value freedom, for example. It;s just not an acceptable compromise.
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12-20-2012, 08:38 AM #2
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Exactly. At least with our current mentality/level of evolution, we,ll never be happy other way. As psychology sais, "The IQ of a crowd is equal to the IQ of its least-intelligent member divided by the number of individuals in the crowd." and i fully agree with this.



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