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States practice coercion because coercion produces results.
I oppose coercion. I’d rather be right than rule.
States coerce a toxic industrial product they call education so that words like reason can be bandied about with little likelihood that any but a few geniuses will have any idea what it can mean.
I’d rather be right than rule.
I oppose education. What life needs, what life has, without interference, is learning. Say you’re trapped under a log. What you need is a saw, or a lever, or a whistle to blow for help; what the state’s school teaches you is to sit still, and shut up, do what BigBrother says, and salute.
If men responded to truth, the universe wouldn’t need god or guards. We could just cooperate in putting ourselves into hell: incompetent life forms, failed sentiences: a perhaps worthy target, we didn’t get there. We wouldn’t need any monitoring, we’d know our place. As is though hell too has to be coerced, by an infinity of devils.
We display crosses, pretending it means that we acknowledge god’s suffering. Actually of course all those crosses are like scarecrows to warn geniuses, saints, gods, Jesuses … away from the field. This is what we do to saints around here!
The cross proves that nothing god has said to man has ever been understood.
God will need coercion at Judgment because nothing he has said or will say will be understood.