Updated: Sep 15
The superstition that "we must have a government" still holds the masses in its grip, rendering them blind to reason and resistant to logical arguments. This belief arises neither from the realm of rational thought nor from the ideas of enlightened thinkers.
To claim that we "must have" government is a blatantly absurd notion. The only things humanity truly needs for survival are the essentials of life – air, water, food, and shelter. Conversely, government is a social construct, a human invention that should be evaluated critically rather than mindlessly accepted.
Consider this: why must we always have a government? What about the existence of a ruling body that is indispensable to our lives? We cannot live without only a few necessities, like air, water, and food. These are essential for our survival. However, a government is outside of these essential elements.
It is crucial to recognize that governments are man-made institutions created by humans to serve specific purposes. They are not divine or natural entities that are inherently necessary for our existence.
Societies can function without a centralized government through various means, such as decentralized decision-making and voluntary associations.
Moreover, blindly accepting the need for government has led to dangerous consequences. It's paved the way for abuses of power, corruption, and the erosion of personal liberties and freedoms. By assuming that we must always have a government, we give up our critical thinking and neglect to question the actions and motives of those in power.
This blind faith in government limits our ability to create alternative systems that better serve our needs and aspirations. Instead of clinging to this superstition, consider the potential of decentralized decision-making, voluntary cooperation, and self-governance. We can create a free society for ourselves and future generations by exploring different approaches to societal organization.
The superstition that we must always have a government dominates the minds of the masses, suppressing appeals to reason and logic. However, this belief lacks a solid philosophical foundation and is manifestly absurd upon examination.
It is vital to challenge this superstition, question the necessity of government, and explore alternative ways of organizing our societies and our own lives. By doing so, we can break free from the shackles of this ingrained belief and work towards a more free, just, and enlightened future.
Doni Anthony (Doni The Don)
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