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“Faith In The Supernatural Begins As Faith In The Superiority Of Others.”

My dear, I am human, and therefore I am natural and a part of all that is natural (nature). A belief in the supernatural would require me to believe that there is something out there that is greater than me and the nature that I’m a part of, which is something I cannot do. I desire proof. I desire proof that something is superior to me before I believe it so. Skepticism is my starting point and in that sense I am...

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“In This World, Either You’re Virtuous Or You Enjoy Yourself.”

My dear, In this brave new world you suffer to bring yourself joy, you give all your material possessions away to find yourself, and you definitely do not have sex or drink or flirt around. In this world, either you’re virtuous or you enjoy yourself. You’re either suffering and saved, or having the time of your life in sin. Those are the only two sides this new world say exist. And yet, you and I know, this brave new...

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“Individual Rights Are Not Subject To A Public Vote; A Majority Has No Right To Vote Away The Rights Of A Minority.”

My dear, Who’s idea was it to have the majority choose the fate of the minority? Who’s idea was it to have the bully of a crowd determine the fate of the individual? Individual rights are not subject to a public vote; a majority has no right to vote away the rights of a minority; the political function of rights is precisely to protect minorities from oppression by majorities (and the smallest minority on earth is the...

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“Civilization Is The Process Of Setting Man Free From Men.”

My dear, Civilization is the progress toward a society of privacy. The savage’s whole existence is public, ruled by the laws of his tribe. Civilization is the process of setting man free from men. Once man no longer needs to act for other men to prove his sanity, once man is ruled only by his own rules, and once man is able to have privacy – true privacy (even in public), civilization shall be that much closer. Falsely yours, Alisa...

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“A Government Is The Most Dangerous Threat To Man’s Rights: It Holds A Legal Monopoly On The Use Of Physical Force Against Legally Disarmed Victims.”

My dear, What is the largest threat to man’s rights? Dare I say it, it’s the government. A government is the most dangerous threat to man’s rights: it holds a legal monopoly on the use of physical force against legally disarmed victims. Violence against human rights that’s exterior of ‘the system’ is easily distinguishable. But when that violence becomes part of the norm by integrating with society,...

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