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Originally posted by CesarO
Originally posted by r2d246
reply to post by CesarO
You can't fix this world. Why? Because there is evil in it. You'll never take evil out of this world. As even if you somehow were able to use behavior modification on people, there's still demonic forces at work that you have no power over. And still people will always have evil built into them on some level. All you can do is discover the path to the world to come; heaven. the bible is a good starting point.
That type of thinking does not get us anywhere, If we cant eliminate it we transform it. Even when things seem hopeless you have to kick even harder.
2. Invisible Lines
See you proved it yourself. You said "kick"! See you want to kick you want to hurt you want to cause pain! The evil in you will even fight for change even if it means change by force where others are painfully impacted to change, or oppressed. Like Nazi's tried that, they want to try bring in a golden age of the arian nation, and look where that got them? And there ideas spread to the US, now the you-es is using all there most heinous ideas to oppress the masses.
Putting flouride in the water supply was first used in Nazi concentration camps as a way to cause the inmates to be more docile. But it's suppose to stop tooth decay right? Oh right that's what the nazi's used for it for too! As they cared about the Jew's teeth and fighting cavities. Hate to see those jews were about to gas to death have a cavity right! Now it's common place in north america to use flouride in water and we accept it like it's nothing. See how stupid and enslaved people have become.edit on 12-10-2012 by r2d246 because: (no reason given)edit on 12-10-2012 by r2d246 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Banananananana
reply to post by sidLives
Positivity is futile if not infused with realism. Giving an honest portrayal on this very topic is not contrary to being positive, but actually encouraging it. Everything looks good on paper, the world however is a bit more complex, and I am sure those in the ATS community are aware of that. If you understand this, then you can extrapolate that your second question is not necessary.