In case some of you are unaware, I am very active on only one social media platform. It is called Ideapod, and I would urge those of you sincerely interested in Forbidden Truth to follow Me there:
I was asked at Ideapod whether there are any ideas worth dying for. My reply is here:
And the question prompted Me to write the below essay, exploring the more enigmatic and viable question of whether any ideas are worthy of killing for.
A worthy and Superior idea is something capable of radically altering the universe. The idea itself alters nothing, it merely provides a possibility and potential for such alteration to occur. But the universe is internal to Self, the universe at-large exists subordinate to the Self-universe of Me. Without the Self-universe, there is no external universe.
Every Self-universe requires the ongoing, continuous existence of Self. To die is to render the Self-universe eternally non-existent, more than dead: Retroactively unborn, never created.
Properly understood within this True context, the notion of deliberately choosing to die in order to promote, validate, enhance the popularity of, or uphold the ideal of, any idea, in any circumstance, can be properly realized as being patently absurd, illogical, irrational, and a betrayal of Self.
Please note the specific phrase I am using, “deliberately choosing to die…”, this phrase is very clear, and it is this choice that cannot be rationally made in favor of any idea. I am not talking here about risking or endangering your life, every existence is always at risk, always endangered, and in many cases it may make perfect sense to increase this risk and danger for the trade-off of promoting or standing up for a Superior idea. What I am specifically ruling out as a betrayal of Self is a deliberate choice to actually die, for the purpose of promoting/standing up for any idea.
How can the Self-universe be positively altered after it has been eternally destroyed and retroactively erased? How can any idea, the theoretical concept of change, be valuable enough to intentionally die for, when such an occurrence renders the Self-universe unborn, uncreated, thus incapable of ever realizing any change, any reality, any consciousness, any sentience, or any existence??
No, there cannot be an idea worth deliberately and proactively choosing to die for. The very question answers itself, in bold clarity, to any sane thinker.
But, there is a very similar question that can be posited, worthy of complex philosophical and ideological dissection: Are there any ideas worth killing for??
Before I answer, I feel a sudden chilly draft upon My delicious and beautiful heinie, and so will daintily cover it up via..
Legal Disclaimer: Human society and government overtly promotes and practices many different types of proactive killing. At the same time, in perverse hypocrisy, it demonizes, criminalizes, and punitively punishes, on a selective basis, other killings, labeling them as illegal acts of murder. This essay explores the issue of killing from a philosophical and ideological perspective. The author does not promote or encourage any specific act of killing that any government might choose to define as constituting illegal murder/homicide.
Are there any ideas worth killing for?? Yes. An idea that offers an individual the opportunity to exist, the opportunity to be born, is an idea worth killing for. I refer specifically to the personal attainment of technological immortality.
Any idea that can advance the cause of technological immortality, that can increase the likelihood of technological immortality becoming a reality, is worth killing for, because what you are doing is simply trying to save your own life from society and government, which is guilty of committing murder against us all, by refusing to allow, to fund, to sponsor proper research and allow technological immortality to be made real and available to us, or rather, to Me.
To broaden the issue, any idea that can be reasonably expected to directly and significantly enhance and improve your actual Self-universe as it exists in real-time, is worth killing for. And yes, if such actions endanger your own existence, they may still be justified.
The problem is, killing is not an effective way to compel humanity to embrace any Superior ideas. There is no effective way, because Truth is dead to humanity. Sacrificing your own life is certainly useless in terms of promoting an idea. The humans will simply mock your stupidity and erase the idea from their consciousness, as directed by society and government.
Killing others is a way to gain more attention for your idea, but attention does not equate to support. Idea promotion via killing others always fails, because even if you survive the event, you will be silenced via cage lock, your message and idea hopelessly deformed and mutilated by society and government. Just as it destroys each of us, it destroys the precious potential of all Superior ideas.
Killing, of course, does not require justification via idea. It is inherently justified on a True Reality, reflective level. Can it be justified simply and solely on the basis of defending, promoting, standing up for an idea? Yes.
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