posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 12:31 PM
As Humans, we fight for equality. No one is better than the next person, and so we stand for what is right.
But, what if we are wrong?
Thinking about it... Are we equal? I believe it's true to say no one has more right to life than another. But to say that we are all equal is quite
naive, isn't it?
So, what does that say for our society? Have we got it totally wrong? Well I believe so.
Should we start to section people into given parts of a new efficient working society?
People with low I.Q's for instance, or let's just say we have a way of measuring a persons true potential in several fields, not just intelligence
but common sense, and more. Nothing worse than a really intelligent person who can't even tie his own shoe. Anyway back to our less intelligent
brethren. They could be utilised for the roles that don't need much intelligence or direction. This isn't a bad thing as everyone would have their
place in this society. Every role keeps the world moving in the right direction.
Anyway, so on, until everyone has a place in society. From early age individuals will have been screened and tested. We would know their potential in
every way, so we could almost farm each individual into their specialty area of society, until they are moved into a specific job. For instance if
you're wondering what would happen to the really great mind with no common sense. Well people like this would be almost left to their own devices and
given research projects to adhere to.
All I can think of are pro's to this idea, no con's.
If some of our species got annoyed, for some reason, and demanded to be given a chance somewhere else. Even if we allowed them this chance, they
literally haven't got the ability to do anything else. They would fail. Even if they succeeded in proving a point, they would be less efficient in
any other role. Vis-versa, any one would fail attempting another role that they weren't farmed for.
Imagine a world, where everyone had their place, No one was dispensible, everyone was literally made equal because they felt they did their bit for
There would be no military, no need to fight, because this would be implemented worldwide. All working together. Of course we would keep police. There
are always going to be rebellious types, and once dealt with.. problem solved.
So, just think about it. Everyone reaches their lifes potential, as they are pushed to the extremes of their boundaries. Everyone knows their place
and know they are special in their own ways, and reasons.
The world would advance at a much more significant rate. Imagine the possibilities.
So, don't you think as an individual you deserve to reach to your highest potential?
Just ask yourself, do you really believe in equality? Because it's probably holding you back...