posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 11:56 PM
Originally posted by Cosmic.Artifact
Very good question !
religious Darwin fanatics are trying to usher in a robotic consumer society where the 'self' and individual does not exist, no one is special no one
has original ideas or free thought.
Well, the truth is... no one IS special. Are you more special than Weng Wei, a gentleman who sells shoes in the Tai Po district of Hong Kong? Probably
not. Is HE more special than Barbara Rivers of Vancouver, who manages the finances of the local news channel? Again, not likely. Is She more special
than her counterpart in Buenos Aires, Rosa Cortes? I see no reason why she would be. And is Rosa more special than you? Nah.
The individual exists, and original ideas and free thought are all there (though apparently some individuals are more prone to these than others, as
you've kindly shown). This "we're all special" thing is nothing more than a useless ego trip for useless, ignorant people to feel better about
themselves, after a day of making tacos and coming home to watch the Palins on TV.
Frankly society WOULD be a lot better if people realized that snowflake syndrome is an actual problem. Just like if it realized that sorry, no, not
all opinions are equal and valid.
And a robotic consumer society implies a distinct lack of thought. You'll find that the biggest proponents of this sort of society are exactly the
ones who want to prevent any mention of evolution - or biology, period. Or any other science.
and they are biting the NWO agenda hard.
all because it's cool !
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I like how it's taken less than a decade for the NWO to go from evil faceless communists to equally evil, equally faceless capitalist corporatism. I
wonder, back in the 1500's, was the NWO those radical frelance traders who challenged the tried-and-true guild system?
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TheWalkingFox because: (no reason given)