posted on Jun, 21 2015 @ 04:54 AM
a reply to: Temudjin
Society was set up before the desert religious dominance. The first list of laws come from Ur-Nammu the King of Ur. Can't help wondering if Abraham,
if he ever existed didn't like this code so left - who knows?
I agree that many want to go back to a more natural way of life and would add the surveillance over our lives is frankly rude and not something we
elected governments to do or protect just a tiny majority of people's interests - but that's what is happening hence the desire to exist.
But when you look at a society living together, people have to have something constructive to do to make the protection of everyone living together
I suspect now many of us know how society has deviated from protecting all to protecting only a few who have placed themselves above the laws and the
bestial ways people are herded into obeisance shows its gone too far. One wonders how the hell did we all live together and jog-along without all
their policing - we did though for a very long time, so we know we don't actually need it.
I don't think its a human fantasy its probably essential for the weak and vulnerable; but we do need a fair code of law treating all people equally.
Multiculturalism is trying to treat people equally on a basic level, but its still holding up an elitist level that we need pulled into the
constraints of the law and a levelling of not beating those weaker and fairer distribution of the wealth earned.
In the UK if you want justice you have to put a lot of money on the table, which the elite have robbed via the corporations they run which employ huge
amounts of people on toy-town wages. Religion, tells us to be good little toys and accept our lot which people are wanting naturally to opt out of.
That's why we have religious laws and the law of the land you are got at both ways by those un-elected people on-top.