RE: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception

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Date: Mon Jan 14 2002 - 03:15:18 GMT

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    At 07:11 AM 11/01/02 -0500, you wrote:
    >Hi Jeremy Bradley -
    >The juggernaut's nature is to run over things.
    >- Wade
    Dear Wade
    Is a juggernaut 'natural', and does its 'might' make it 'right'.
    You see Wade the 'might-is-right' meme is demonstrably untrue, yet it is
    being used to justify atrocities by global juggernauts even as we write.
    In many cases the weak have been proven to be right in the end. Nelson
    Mandela was jailed as a 'terrorist. The CIA installed Pinochet in Chile
    (another 9/11); they were 'mighty', but were they right.
    Our culture's spiritual Guru, Jesus, said, "the weak will inherit the
    earth" yet we bomb the crap out of defenceless (weak) people year after
    year. Think about it Wade.

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