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GuyWhite 2 points ago +2 / -0

Harvard’s woke, going broke. If you will allow it.

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making_upvotes 1 point ago +1 / -0

This was retarded. Why mix politics with pseudo science ?

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free-will-of-choice 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why mix politics with pseudo science ?

POL'ITICS, noun - "the science of government". That's why. Also; science represents "to know" [Latin scientia, from scio, to know.] ; not "to believe suggested knowledge"; while government represents govern/control and ment; from mens/mind (control mind).

How does one control the mind of others? By deceiving them to consent by free will to believe suggested knowledge. KNOWL'EDGE, noun - "perception of that which exists".

What others are suggesting isn't what every one perceives; but what each one comprehends of all perceived. There's a source for ALL information and each ONE within came out of it.

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making_upvotes 1 point ago +1 / -0

rhe·tor·i·cal ques·tion noun a question asked in order to create a dramatic effect or to make a point rather than to get an answer. "the presentation was characterized by impossibly long sentences and a succession of rhetorical questions"

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free-will-of-choice 1 point ago +1 / -0

RHET'ORIC, noun [Gr. from to speak, to flow]. That's a suggested contradiction in terms; since flow doesn't communicate itself through words; because flow represents constant change; while a word represents the ignorance of constant change.

We represent form within flow; and the nature of flow does not brand itself with words to communicate itself to the form within. What our senses perceive represents flow upon form aka movement.

Consider the following..."Word has no inherent value, as it was invented as a counterfeit and fictitious value to represent natural values in commerce."

Why is it that any other life form can perceive; comprehend and act upon "grass"; without anyone telling them that it's "grass"? Languages are used by the few to define reality for the many who consent by free will of choice to believe suggested words; while ignoring the reality of flow upon form in the process.

Words represent "spell"-craft, and our ego; the inner monologue, represents a corruption of communication solely based on our belief in words. The few have so much power of the many; because they can act in the name of the words the many perceive the world through.