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The Illuminati was made a offer they couldn't refuse.

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Correct, they can be projected on to anything. The power players learn see them in the world, the news, the headlines, the TV set. The things influencing the world.

Subcultures are training wheels. (anime, drug scene, art circles) There is a difference in the ppl that choose to see them in the streets and not just in the back alleys.

Think of it as the difference between major league and minor.

But i'm sure you knew all this already, my friend.
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Shitty memes and attempts to form archetypes that do not measure up in regards to what is proper intentionality simply fail utterly to carry the quality necessary to build true strength and power.
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Well then, what example of proper intentionality and powerful memes would you give? What divides them?
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Do you think you understand the basics regarding comprehending differentiation of what is right and what is wrong when it comes to behavioral expressions of people for example.
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What is right and wrong has a myraid of implications. It is no so easily simplified.

For example, there is the interplay what you refer to as intention - there is such thing as acting wrong for sincerely good reasons and vice versa.

Stating 'what is right/wrong in terms of behavioral expression' is a hard thing to answer. In terms of behavioral expression, there are certain obvious agreements on what is wrong - like killing. But our judgement of such things must be considered in the context of both culture and environment.

The vast, vast majority of people are not evil. They believe they are doing right, and when the effects of their behavior are clearly wrong they justify themselves with broad rationalizations - ie Obama's response to the NSA scandal as revealed by Snowden.

For me, what is right and wrong must be considered in terms of the value of human life. If we don't tighten our perspective to what is good and bad for dignified life, then ethics loses all relevance entirely.
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Re: The Illuminati was made a offer they couldn't refuse.
Their world is built on the idea that time is linear and unchangeable. From it they derive their power and influence. Interest rates, propaganda, punishment, and even hope are predicted on this notion. They have grown into forward-thinking beings adept at manipulation of the future, but they hold no power over the past. Therein lies their weakness and our true hope. They have spent so much time and effort making individual contributions to society trite and meaningless, while diminishing the power of the individual. When they find an individual that gains power apart from them, they are alarmed and withdraw to create a plan to smash it. All this time, they don't realize maybe this person is a blessing; free from their faults, independent of their system.
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Its not what you think. It never is.


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