mutual respect dictates that there is no ownership among human beings. our lives are our freedom and our freedom is universal with no exceptions. our need to control is groundless self concern and any attempt to inhibit free choice is injustice. possession taints compassion and concern. that innocence doesn't wash. when exposed to this preconditioned environment it will be picked apart and bled dry looking for the requisite weakness. weakness calls itself pride. a weaknessthat still tries to masquerade as power and confidence. not surprisingly the products of this hostile programming learn to embrace the worst elements of human instinct and act upon the base impulses that destroy us.


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