An Idea Not Functionally Implemented is the Illusion of an Idea, Proactively Murdered

Of course it is so. There are no good or bad ideas, there are only ideas turned into functional reality, and ideas ignored and rejected because they are judged bad, dangerous, unacceptable, by humans, pathetic, brain-damaged creatures pathologically addicted to harm, to suffering, to the status quo, to the perverse limitations of their crippled perceptions.

The only way to judge the goodness of any idea, is to turn it into functional reality, to implement it and observe the end result, observe it with no prejudice, no addiction to the status quo.

To judge any idea unworthy of implementation is an act of murder, the most cold-blooded, the most cold-minded, of murders. It is a judgment of genocide, carried out, the degree of which can never be fully ascertained.

The inferiors insist that some ideas are too dangerous to implement, to test out. They might cause “harm”. Absolute bullcr*p! Limitless harm is currently being experienced in ongoing real-time, by every human-born, and is being ritualistically doled out to every human being, via every existing status quo structural and ideological construct of the species.

There is nothing to “protect”, you idiots! Only the lie and the illusion that you are safe, that things might get worse, that you are lucky and privileged and advantaged. You are walking corpses, pretending to be alive, dead things encased by an impenetrable coffin of illusion and delusion.

If humanity were sane, a species not within its death throes of devolution, every idea would be grasped and embraced, turned into functional reality, so the end result can be seen and known in the glorious light of Truth, instead of preemptively murdered in reflection of the frozen minds of a species already dead, pretending to be alive.

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