And what is the macrocosm? God? Religion? Something that is outside of your control and something that you should obey without questioning? I think you would love to be a slave, don't you? Like I said, your mentality is very much alike to someone who goes to join to ISIS. Maybe you are one of them who came to Canada to declare a shaira law and tell people how to live and behead them when it suits your "macrocosm"?crow wrote:Being a left-wing drone is very bad for you. And bad for humanity as a whole. What you do in microcosm messes with the macrocosm.
It's called progress. We strive to do things better. We do not adhere to religious books that claim that they know everything. And then end up fucking up the whole world. Perhaps we are excused for making mistakes at the times. Why don't you try to show us what you can do? All your kings, feudals ... and eventually gods...have fucked up this world much worse than we ever came close to. Look in the mirror before talking.In the same way you are so prone to project your own flaws onto anyone who is not you, so does the Left project its own failures onto proxies like capitalism, conservatism, monarchism, etc.
Wrecking? I don't see how. The only reason why you sit today in front of your computer without any threat of some head choppers running down the street in the wild killing spree is because some leftists decided that it was immoral to do so.The Left has been thoroughly wrecking Western society for the past sixty years, yet it still claims itself as savior.
I think you love to make excuses and then believe into them as if they are true. You repeat telling me that there is no such a thing as "ME". But I am very much here telling my own opinions. I guess you would love to have that "ME" replaced with some religious book, or some dictator wannabee replacing the minds of his or her people with their own? Like I said, you just love to be slave, don't you?I'd like to like you, but I am unable to. Because there is no you to like. There is only a mob, raging at an enemy that is - in fact - itself.
I can do both. Anytime. I guess we all know who needs to work on themselves. It surely is not me. Perhaps the religious books aren't as interesting in solving the world problems as they claim to be? A change in method perhaps required?You can step out of that mob, any time you like. It does take a bit of work, though.
Has there ever been communism exist in the world? Has there every been fully democracy exist in the world? It never was. So, how can you claim that they are failed systems?Entity wrote:The issue is, democracy can exist within socialism. I believe this spectrum:
Communism Socialism Capitalism Fascism
The two on the outer sides do not work and should not exist.
The middle two work, but have their flaws.
Democracy is a frail little butterfly, because it requires everyone to listen to each other. Has that ever really happened? Democracy may take its flight in the middle two, but it may falter in both. The left and right thing has been going to crap, so why don't we all just think our own thoughts without boxing them into broken little categories like "Democrat", "Republican", and "Libertarian".
Soviets never claimed to be communist. Nor did China. The closest what they had was state run capitalism with socialism sausage on top of it.
Democracy? We almost never had that either. Capitalism is an inherently anti democratic system and constantly undermines the democracy. When you have free run capitalism, you can't talk about democracy there.