I AM THE STATE: Radical Individualism And The Ideal Citizen
by NATHAN LOGAN
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This is my manifesto, my personal contribution to the cause of freedom and to the empowerment of the individual. Mankind has suffered for lack of the insights that I have shared within these pages; indeed, it was through such suffering that this work came into being, suffering witnessed as well as suffering endured
We have all been deliberately and systematically divided, suppressed, marginalized and brainwashed; by a system we so fondly refer to as 'our upbringing', and it was designed this way for a reason:
The goal is to cause any individual that feels irrelevant to become irrelevant.
Because, you see, irrelevance is that thing that takes your voice and tones it down into a harmless white noise, the kind that the movers and shakers of the world like to use to help them sleep at night.
The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche wrote:
"The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself."
In a sense, human society is designed with the individual in mind, because its primary purpose is to separate us, like gold from the dross, and, ladies and gentlemen, most of us are the dross.
You see, every generation since the dawn of man has worked to produce greater, more enhanced people than those that came before. A nation's greatest product lies in its people; not in buildings, planes, or ships. It thrives on the evolution of its citizens, and this evolution is attained through a deliberate network of crises. Those who manage to stand out; to overcome barriers, to shatter limitations, to emerge from this brutal gauntlet of suppression that we call civilization; become a valuable social currency, one that enhances and advances the welfare and influence of the State.
We call these people our heroes. Their purpose is to make the other 98% of us hungry to live like them, to succeed like them, to ...
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences
Length: 127 Pages (1,727 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Sep 16th, 2019