Monday, 10 March 2014

Political 'equality' = Legally 'the-same'

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UK is (or so I read in the media) actively engaged in process of legally implementing what is intended to be a permanent national delusional psychosis - or rather, massively extending this already-existing state.

I refer to the frenzy of law-changing/ language-changing/ life-changing (i.e. rewriting hundreds of laws going back hundreds of years - all laws about husbands, wives, widows and the like) which follows the implementation of 'same sex marriage (and were the primary and real purpose being advanced by this oxymoronic stalking horse). 

I wonder how long it will take before everyone realizes that there is no such thing as equality - at least when it comes to things that matter to people, like sex and sexuality.

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Equal treatment in practice means legally the same.

And yet, all rules for equal treatment are always (in a sense by definition) applied to things that are not the same.

(Because people don't make rules and laws about treating things the same that really are the same. There is no need. We treat water molecules identically.)

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So, in this world, in this England - we make more and more rules and laws to force people to treat different things as if they were the same - even though literally everybody knows for sure that they are not the same.

And even though everybody knows, as a true generalization, that in every specific instance of comparison - one is better or more important than the other
 
And because it is impossible for people to treat different things as if they were exactly the same - then we always (and I mean always) end-up by treating the worse or less important comparator as if it was better or more important (despite that we know, and we know this for sure in our hearts, that this is false and wicked).

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A world that is not just insane, but where insanity is compulsory.

And, inevitably, a world of self-loathing.

Satan never hit upon anything half so useful to his cause as equality. Credit where due: Leftism is his magnum opus.

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1 comment:

  1. I've noticed this as well. The lessor option, which can only be made to be treated the same by unusual and extra behavior, is effectively treated as if it is the best option.

    Psychologically it perhaps makes sense - why would you go out of your way to do something if it wasn't superior to the default or common option? Man only tends to do something that requires extra work if for some reason it is better, or otherwise preferred, to the normal state.

    An additional byproduct of this is active promotion or advertisement of this. Simply the old social confirmation bias - if, internally, people notice others going out of there way, actively working for a goal, and certain behavior thus getting preferential treatment it is in real effect subsidized.

    Once it was encouraged to paint your house, then no one cared if you painted your house or not (don't bother if you don't feel like it), then peeling the paint off your house was celebrated (cool! it's fun!). Now the government pays people to peel paint off their house, makes it illegal to talk about why you might be better off painting your house, plus you can get fined or go to jail if anyone ever complains about how your house is painted and the wood isn't rotting properly.

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