posted on Dec, 29 2012 @ 10:01 PM
Some people, (some really stupid people) feel as though the idea of a conspiracy is stupid or ridiculous.
However, people even slightly educated in politics will know that it is no secret. It is done out in the open, yet people still deny it.
The idea of conspiracy against "lower classes" by the "upper" classes is written into the fundamental language of politics...
The definition of "Right Wing" in politics:
"In politics, right-wing describes an outlook or specific position that accepts or supports social hierarchy or social inequality. Social hierarchy
and social inequality is viewed by those affiliated with the Right as either inevitable, natural, normal, or desirable, whether it arises through
traditional social differences or from competition in market economies. It typically accepts or justifies this position on the basis of natural law or
Now the idea of being 'Right Wing' is also associated with the idea of 'conservatism', so when you hear that a politician is a 'conservative',
he may also be 'Right Wing'. As we know, many politicians are openly "right wing".. nobody is trying to hide it. It is viewed as a good thing.
On the ethics of 'right wing' and subjugation:
Now the same people that feel it is unfair to be subjugated by the upper classes, (or to be treated unfairly as a lower class), might also be upset if
they were told that they could no longer eat hamburgers because cows now have equal rights as humans.
These same people who feel comfortable subjugating other beings to kill and eat, will feel it is unfair to be treated unfairly or subjugated by other
beings themselves. Is this being hypocritical?
Ultimately what is right?
Is there right?