People use intimidation to oppress people most of the time. So, there is a difference. Intimidation is a tool. Oppression is the outcome. As for
paranoia, that can be a result of both I suppose. There are a million different reasons people become paranoid. Yes, long stints of oppression would
cause someone to be paranoid......but so will lack of sleep, mental illness, personal tragedy, different drugs ect. The list could go on and on and
on and on lol.
The oppression and intimidation goes on until you set your mind to it, and oppress and intimidate yourself.
You are failing to realize one thing with that statement. If you do break free of oppression and intimidation only to turn around and do it yourself,
you are no better than the people that were doing it to you. At all. I kind of get what you are saying though. In order to beat a monster you have
to become a bigger, badder monster. True, but you can't lose yourself in the process. If you do, you aren't changing anything. Just rearranging
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