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The Greatest Purveyor Of Evil In The World Is The Indifference And Apathy Of Good People

 
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If you want to combat 'evil', you must first define 'evil'.

If you have defined 'evil' then you must have a way to enforce 'good' upon others that have 'evil' inclinations.

First, you have to get rid of the liberarians, otherwise you cannot even start such a project.

But they have guns and will defend themselves and their liberties.

So you will have to be brutal and become 'evil' yourself.

I guess this pretty much sums up the problems there are with 'good' and 'evil'.

Still, most of us know very well what 'good' and 'evil' are.

We have to get to the bottom of it, and have a good starting point to begin with.

I think it all boils down to this:

Moral systems have a biological origin. Humans are social animals and they need a group to survive. For this reason humans need moral codes. Good actions help the group, the nation or humanity, while evil actions harm the group, the nation or humanity. Doing something that harms other people, whether it is directly or indirectly, is evil. Being good or being evil does not depend on one's beliefs or intentions, but on one's actions. Consequently religious or friendly people can be evil when their actions harm others, even if they are not aware of it. Ignorance is one of the greatest evils.
 Quoting: niphtrique


Please stop with labeling people, this does absolutely no good for trying to understand what is really wrong. They only serve to explain your own bias and misunderstanding.

Your understanding of moral systems falls short of the depth and strength of what morals really are. They are not a means for food replenishment, they are not a means for physical protection, they are a means to do what is right within your heart. Our ancestors knew these morals because they expressed their hearts to each other, but we have become too afraid to do that.

I understand that what you are trying to point out is that good and evil can be relative to the observer, but this is also a deception. Those who understand what good and evil are do not need validation, other than from others who understand the same - WITHIN THEIR OWN HEART. It is only through that experience, feeling something that no one outside of your own consciousness might have known, that we might understand how we are connected, and what real truth is.
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My friend, while I agree with the spirit of what you have said here, I caution you to keep your anger in check. Do not become that which so angers you, because when that happens, when that rage overcomes you, the pain you feel now will pale in comparison to the regret you feel afterward. Continue to resist this evil presence, but please, do not become it in the process.
 Quoting: Rising Son

Rage has its place.

There is such a thing as appropriate anger and violence. Do you see it taught anywhere today? It is - for the police and military.

For everyone else, anger and violence is treated with "zero tolerance."

By "non-responsible administrators."

You know what that creates? Ultimate violence. Calm, dispassionate, rule-following, slaughter. 200 million people butchered in the last 100 years by their own governments, according to the rule of law, following every administrative process, done with efficiency and perfect calm, by people who went home at night to their families.

Proper anger is not taught to The People for a reason.

I rage when rage is appropriate. When, for example, someone calmly appropriates the highest spiritual wisdom to use as a political cover for moral depravity and cowardice, and the surrender of conscience to the collective, all in the name of peace, love and understanding.

I rage now - openly - so that another 200 million dead bodies don't pile up at the feet of these cool and calm bureaucrat operatives.

I rage so that physical violence is avoided, made unnecessary, because the crushing grip of politically correct silence is broken, the hypocrisy and lies are exposed, the extreme danger they represent are brought to light, and the foul, calculating potential murderers whispering surrender in everyone's ears are exposed and neutralized without a shot being fired.

THAT is the purpose of the proper expression of rage.

And yet - you play it calmly, and I also recognize and acknowledge the value of that approach. In turn however, I ask that you examine your own presumptions about anger automatically equating loss of control or evil. Furthermore, I suggest to you that the fact that you are quite willing to dial 911 and have other people indulge in the level of anger, rage and violence necesary to save your skin, means that you're not being quite honest with yourself about this issue.
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My friend, while I agree with the spirit of what you have said here, I caution you to keep your anger in check. Do not become that which so angers you, because when that happens, when that rage overcomes you, the pain you feel now will pale in comparison to the regret you feel afterward. Continue to resist this evil presence, but please, do not become it in the process.
 Quoting: Rising Son

Rage has its place.

There is such a thing as appropriate anger and violence. Do you see it taught anywhere today? It is - for the police and military.

For everyone else, anger and violence is treated with "zero tolerance."

By "non-responsible administrators."

You know what that creates? Ultimate violence. Calm, dispassionate, rule-following, slaughter. 200 million people butchered in the last 100 years by their own governments, according to the rule of law, following every administrative process, done with efficiency and perfect calm, by people who went home at night to their families.

Proper anger is not taught to The People for a reason.

I rage when rage is appropriate. When, for example, someone calmly appropriates the highest spiritual wisdom to use as a political cover for moral depravity and cowardice, and the surrender of conscience to the collective, all in the name of peace, love and understanding.

I rage now - openly - so that another 200 million dead bodies don't pile up at the feet of these cool and calm bureaucrat operatives.

I rage so that physical violence is avoided, made unnecessary, because the crushing grip of politically correct silence is broken, the hypocrisy and lies are exposed, the extreme danger they represent are brought to light, and the foul, calculating potential murderers whispering surrender in everyone's ears are exposed and neutralized without a shot being fired.

THAT is the purpose of the proper expression of rage.

And yet - you play it calmly, and I also recognize and acknowledge the value of that approach. In turn however, I ask that you examine your own presumptions about anger automatically equating loss of control or evil. Furthermore, I suggest to you that the fact that you are quite willing to dial 911 and have other people indulge in the level of anger, rage and violence necesary to save your skin, means that you're not being quite honest with yourself about this issue.
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There is a time for rage, so many good points.
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My friend, while I agree with the spirit of what you have said here, I caution you to keep your anger in check. Do not become that which so angers you, because when that happens, when that rage overcomes you, the pain you feel now will pale in comparison to the regret you feel afterward. Continue to resist this evil presence, but please, do not become it in the process.
 Quoting: Rising Son

Rage has its place.

There is such a thing as appropriate anger and violence. Do you see it taught anywhere today? It is - for the police and military.

For everyone else, anger and violence is treated with "zero tolerance."

By "non-responsible administrators."

You know what that creates? Ultimate violence. Calm, dispassionate, rule-following, slaughter. 200 million people butchered in the last 100 years by their own governments, according to the rule of law, following every administrative process, done with efficiency and perfect calm, by people who went home at night to their families.

Proper anger is not taught to The People for a reason.

I rage when rage is appropriate. When, for example, someone calmly appropriates the highest spiritual wisdom to use as a political cover for moral depravity and cowardice, and the surrender of conscience to the collective, all in the name of peace, love and understanding.

I rage now - openly - so that another 200 million dead bodies don't pile up at the feet of these cool and calm bureaucrat operatives.

I rage so that physical violence is avoided, made unnecessary, because the crushing grip of politically correct silence is broken, the hypocrisy and lies are exposed, the extreme danger they represent are brought to light, and the foul, calculating potential murderers whispering surrender in everyone's ears are exposed and neutralized without a shot being fired.

THAT is the purpose of the proper expression of rage.

And yet - you play it calmly, and I also recognize and acknowledge the value of that approach. In turn however, I ask that you examine your own presumptions about anger automatically equating loss of control or evil. Furthermore, I suggest to you that the fact that you are quite willing to dial 911 and have other people indulge in the level of anger, rage and violence necesary to save your skin, means that you're not being quite honest with yourself about this issue.
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My friend, I am sorry - I made the same mistake a did a few posts ago. I responded to my caution rather than responded to my hope. What you are talking about is very tricky, and I hope that you see my point - there is no place for rage, because rage does not seek any solution other than destruction.

With that being said, it is okay to be angry when you are offended by something that you know is morally wrong. In that respect, your anger is justified - as an EMOTION. When that emotion turns to action, your anger is personified for all to see, and there is no happy result to that endeavor.

What I believe you are experiencing is passion, and that is passion for the truth and justice. You have known what is evil for a very long time now, and it frustrates you beyond no end why people have no issues with the horrific violation of those principles. Please do not let your passion extend to rage - because rage knows no purpose other than death, and I know you are a better person than that.

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'Proper anger is not taught to the people for a reason'

Never thought of it like that and it ties up loose ends, so simply. Ty
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'Proper anger is not taught to the people for a reason'

Never thought of it like that and it ties up loose ends, so simply. Ty
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33826727


Proper anger is another term for justified resistance or vindication, and there is no denying their validity. Anger is volatile, and it is very difficult to control. When that anger extends beyond reason and principle, then you have lost control. Please be careful, it is very dangerous for you to pursue a path of anger rather than love.

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Please stop with labeling people, this does absolutely no good for trying to understand what is really wrong. They only serve to explain your own bias and misunderstanding.

Your understanding of moral systems falls short of the depth and strength of what morals really are. They are not a means for food replenishment, they are not a means for physical protection, they are a means to do what is right within your heart. Our ancestors knew these morals because they expressed their hearts to each other, but we have become too afraid to do that.

I understand that what you are trying to point out is that good and evil can be relative to the observer, but this is also a deception. Those who understand what good and evil are do not need validation, other than from others who understand the same - WITHIN THEIR OWN HEART. It is only through that experience, feeling something that no one outside of your own consciousness might have known, that we might understand how we are connected, and what real truth is.
 Quoting: Rising Son


I also did not write that good and evil are relative to the observer. I only observed how easy it is to err. I think that Adolf Hitler was convinced that he was doing the right thing by killing Jewish people.

It was his inner voice from within his own heart telling him to do so. He thought that he understood good and evil, and that Jewish people were evil and destroying Germany. He thought that he did not need validation.

He genuinly thought that Jewish people were a threat. He had good reasons for this too, if you consider who the top 1% are that bribe the politicians in the US (45% of the Fortune 500 are Jewish). And the top 1% seems to be destroying the US by corruption and pushing the US into wars (Neocons).

I think the biological origin of good and evil is more objective than subjective feelings from someones heart. Many people do not like to evaluate their actions. They think that if their intentions are good, then they are good. They do not like to be confronted with the consequences of their own actions for other people.

For example, being a climate sceptic may mean that you could be obstructing measures that can save your children. Climate sceptics could be wrong, but they do not seem to consider this possibility. Climate sceptics may be evil but they may also be nice and friendly people. They may be convinced that they are right and they may have good reasons for their opinion too.

Good and evil is about actions and consequences and not about intentions.
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My friend, while I agree with the spirit of what you have said here, I caution you to keep your anger in check. Do not become that which so angers you, because when that happens, when that rage overcomes you, the pain you feel now will pale in comparison to the regret you feel afterward. Continue to resist this evil presence, but please, do not become it in the process.
 Quoting: Rising Son

Rage has its place.

There is such a thing as appropriate anger and violence. Do you see it taught anywhere today? It is - for the police and military.

For everyone else, anger and violence is treated with "zero tolerance."

By "non-responsible administrators."

You know what that creates? Ultimate violence. Calm, dispassionate, rule-following, slaughter. 200 million people butchered in the last 100 years by their own governments, according to the rule of law, following every administrative process, done with efficiency and perfect calm, by people who went home at night to their families.

Proper anger is not taught to The People for a reason.

I rage when rage is appropriate. When, for example, someone calmly appropriates the highest spiritual wisdom to use as a political cover for moral depravity and cowardice, and the surrender of conscience to the collective, all in the name of peace, love and understanding.

I rage now - openly - so that another 200 million dead bodies don't pile up at the feet of these cool and calm bureaucrat operatives.

I rage so that physical violence is avoided, made unnecessary, because the crushing grip of politically correct silence is broken, the hypocrisy and lies are exposed, the extreme danger they represent are brought to light, and the foul, calculating potential murderers whispering surrender in everyone's ears are exposed and neutralized without a shot being fired.

THAT is the purpose of the proper expression of rage.

And yet - you play it calmly, and I also recognize and acknowledge the value of that approach. In turn however, I ask that you examine your own presumptions about anger automatically equating loss of control or evil. Furthermore, I suggest to you that the fact that you are quite willing to dial 911 and have other people indulge in the level of anger, rage and violence necesary to save your skin, means that you're not being quite honest with yourself about this issue.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33028811


My friend, I am sorry - I made the same mistake a did a few posts ago. I responded to my caution rather than responded to my hope. What you are talking about is very tricky, and I hope that you see my point - there is no place for rage, because rage does not seek any solution other than destruction.

With that being said, it is okay to be angry when you are offended by something that you know is morally wrong. In that respect, your anger is justified - as an EMOTION. When that emotion turns to action, your anger is personified for all to see, and there is no happy result to that endeavor.

What I believe you are experiencing is passion, and that is passion for the truth and justice. You have known what is evil for a very long time now, and it frustrates you beyond no end why people have no issues with the horrific violation of those principles. Please do not let your passion extend to rage - because rage knows no purpose other than death, and I know you are a better person than that.
 Quoting: Rising Son

That trickyness is the essence of maturity and wisdom - and avoiding it is moral cowardice. We are responsible for our actions. And we are also responsible for our non-actions. In my experience, evil exploits the fear of either of these requirements - it does not care.

There is a time for all three aspects of life: creation, preservation and destruction. This cannot be avoided. The only requirement is to know which is required, when. That can be very tricky, but it cannot be avoided without horrific results. Facing that truth is maturity.

And the more people face it, the more people who accept the personal responsibility for it in their lives, then the less times it has to result in violence or outright destruction. But when a people resorts to denial as an absolute, to non-violence as morality itself, then the enemy reaps a toll of hundreds of millions of lives. This is plain history - and history repeated many, many times. Zero tolerance has created a world where predator drones may vaporize anyone at any time with no due process of law, and a public that can do little more than gape before turning back to their smartphones.

The thing about zen masters is that they do not deny the reality of violence - they are ready to be destroyed rather than fight, and know it can happen. But they likewise do not impose their spiritual choice upon the rest of the world, to die at the hands of evil for their conceit. Some of the greatest warriors came from the dharma traditions of the past, precisely because those tradditions acknowledged a place for all things. So - in this modern world, where everyone wants a say in everything, then everyone has to be willing to fight if necessary, too. Otherwise the system becomes a farce, and predators move in - both human and drones.

I wish you peace, and if you ever need it, the protection of violence - including any necessary rage - that others are willing to do to save your life from evil.

And if you don't accept such a wish, then please pass it on to one of the 1.3 rape victims each minute in the U.S. who will dearly wish she had it to protect her.
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Please stop with labeling people, this does absolutely no good for trying to understand what is really wrong. They only serve to explain your own bias and misunderstanding.

Your understanding of moral systems falls short of the depth and strength of what morals really are. They are not a means for food replenishment, they are not a means for physical protection, they are a means to do what is right within your heart. Our ancestors knew these morals because they expressed their hearts to each other, but we have become too afraid to do that.

I understand that what you are trying to point out is that good and evil can be relative to the observer, but this is also a deception. Those who understand what good and evil are do not need validation, other than from others who understand the same - WITHIN THEIR OWN HEART. It is only through that experience, feeling something that no one outside of your own consciousness might have known, that we might understand how we are connected, and what real truth is.
 Quoting: Rising Son


I also did not write that good and evil are relative to the observer. I only observed how easy it is to err. I think that Adolf Hitler was convinced that he was doing the right thing by killing Jewish people.

It was his inner voice from within his own heart telling him to do so. He thought that he understood good and evil, and that Jewish people were evil and destroying Germany. He thought that he did not need validation.

He genuinly thought that Jewish people were a threat. He had good reasons for this too, if you consider who the top 1% are that bribe the politicians in the US (45% of the Fortune 500 are Jewish). And the top 1% seems to be destroying the US by corruption and pushing the US into wars (Neocons).

I think the biological origin of good and evil is more objective than subjective feelings from someones heart. Many people do not like to evaluate their actions. They think that if their intentions are good, then they are good. They do not like to be confronted with the consequences of their own actions for other people.

For example, being a climate sceptic may mean that you could be obstructing measures that can save your children. Climate sceptics could be wrong, but they do not seem to consider this possibility. Climate sceptics may be evil but they may also be nice and friendly people. They may be convinced that they are right and they may have good reasons for their opinion too.

Good and evil is about actions and consequences and not about intentions.
 Quoting: niphtrique


You are deceived again - I did not take the point I made about relativism from your words as much as the spirit and overall theme of what you wrote. If I was wrong in that respect, I apologize.

Your bias against Jewish people has revealed you. However, I will answer your other points. Your assessment of the biological origins of morality is more a statement of arrogance than it is of the true birth and definition of morality. Morality is undeniable, and it comes from God.

Your bias against climate skeptics reveals nothing of substance regarding morality, simply because the debate surrounding climate change has been perverted and compromised with evil intentions just as badly as birth control or homosexuality has. Good and evil have not changed, however your perceptions of them seem to be as frequently as the words we interchange.
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My friend, while I agree with the spirit of what you have said here, I caution you to keep your anger in check. Do not become that which so angers you, because when that happens, when that rage overcomes you, the pain you feel now will pale in comparison to the regret you feel afterward. Continue to resist this evil presence, but please, do not become it in the process.
 Quoting: Rising Son

Rage has its place.

There is such a thing as appropriate anger and violence. Do you see it taught anywhere today? It is - for the police and military.

For everyone else, anger and violence is treated with "zero tolerance."

By "non-responsible administrators."

You know what that creates? Ultimate violence. Calm, dispassionate, rule-following, slaughter. 200 million people butchered in the last 100 years by their own governments, according to the rule of law, following every administrative process, done with efficiency and perfect calm, by people who went home at night to their families.

Proper anger is not taught to The People for a reason.

I rage when rage is appropriate. When, for example, someone calmly appropriates the highest spiritual wisdom to use as a political cover for moral depravity and cowardice, and the surrender of conscience to the collective, all in the name of peace, love and understanding.

I rage now - openly - so that another 200 million dead bodies don't pile up at the feet of these cool and calm bureaucrat operatives.

I rage so that physical violence is avoided, made unnecessary, because the crushing grip of politically correct silence is broken, the hypocrisy and lies are exposed, the extreme danger they represent are brought to light, and the foul, calculating potential murderers whispering surrender in everyone's ears are exposed and neutralized without a shot being fired.

THAT is the purpose of the proper expression of rage.

And yet - you play it calmly, and I also recognize and acknowledge the value of that approach. In turn however, I ask that you examine your own presumptions about anger automatically equating loss of control or evil. Furthermore, I suggest to you that the fact that you are quite willing to dial 911 and have other people indulge in the level of anger, rage and violence necesary to save your skin, means that you're not being quite honest with yourself about this issue.
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My friend, I am sorry - I made the same mistake a did a few posts ago. I responded to my caution rather than responded to my hope. What you are talking about is very tricky, and I hope that you see my point - there is no place for rage, because rage does not seek any solution other than destruction.

With that being said, it is okay to be angry when you are offended by something that you know is morally wrong. In that respect, your anger is justified - as an EMOTION. When that emotion turns to action, your anger is personified for all to see, and there is no happy result to that endeavor.

What I believe you are experiencing is passion, and that is passion for the truth and justice. You have known what is evil for a very long time now, and it frustrates you beyond no end why people have no issues with the horrific violation of those principles. Please do not let your passion extend to rage - because rage knows no purpose other than death, and I know you are a better person than that.
 Quoting: Rising Son

That trickyness is the essence of maturity and wisdom - and avoiding it is moral cowardice. We are responsible for our actions. And we are also responsible for our non-actions. In my experience, evil exploits the fear of either of these requirements - it does not care.

There is a time for all three aspects of life: creation, preservation and destruction. This cannot be avoided. The only requirement is to know which is required, when. That can be very tricky, but it cannot be avoided without horrific results. Facing that truth is maturity.

And the more people face it, the more people who accept the personal responsibility for it in their lives, then the less times it has to result in violence or outright destruction. But when a people resorts to denial as an absolute, to non-violence as morality itself, then the enemy reaps a toll of hundreds of millions of lives. This is plain history - and history repeated many, many times. Zero tolerance has created a world where predator drones may vaporize anyone at any time with no due process of law, and a public that can do little more than gape before turning back to their smartphones.

The thing about zen masters is that they do not deny the reality of violence - they are ready to be destroyed rather than fight, and know it can happen. But they likewise do not impose their spiritual choice upon the rest of the world, to die at the hands of evil for their conceit. Some of the greatest warriors came from the dharma traditions of the past, precisely because those tradditions acknowledged a place for all things. So - in this modern world, where everyone wants a say in everything, then everyone has to be willing to fight if necessary, too. Otherwise the system becomes a farce, and predators move in - both human and drones.

I wish you peace, and if you ever need it, the protection of violence - including any necessary rage - that others are willing to do to save your life from evil.

And if you don't accept such a wish, then please pass it on to one of the 1.3 rape victims each minute in the U.S. who will dearly wish she had it to protect her.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33028811


Please do not misunderstand me, what I was talking about with respect to anger or rage is tricky in that it is deceptive, and those that seek to strike you down from the side of evil want to deceive you likewise. When you give yourself over to rage, you have joined the armies of darkness.

Fear is only the belief in what you do not know to be certain, in essence it is the absence of faith. With the common societal understanding and definition of faith, I will leave it at that, and hope and pray that you know there is no place for fear in our Father's Kingdom.

With regard to the threat of human life, what are you holding out for? If what you hold as truth here in life is indistinguishable with that of death, where does your fear originate from?

If you in your human form are morally justified in opposing all of that which is evil, then I am not worthy to be speaking to you now. I would caution you, however - if there is any part of you that exists within the sovereignty of the darkness, then you stand no chance against the armies of the wicked.
"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away." - Revelation 21:4

Truth needs no validation because it is self-evident and undeniable. Therefore, anything that requires validation to be realized or justified as truth must contain at least some degree of falsehood.

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