As the most intelligent species on earth we must unleash from a monism of freedom, as the gravest of social evils, to delay our imminent and anthropogenic demise.
The worst societal evil is slow and opaque, yet lethal nonetheless. It is the rejection of freedom sold to the innocent as free, a denial of freedom omnipresent in every system we build. with a rejection that ignores the guiding principles of freedom as a relativity theory (to each his own). And a world without relativity is a flat and dead world.
The denial of freedom is not only driven by corporatism in search of dumb wealth but is exacerbates by our apathy.
The glorification of mediocrity, delivered by those who mindlessly, and often begrudgingly, go to work from 9–5, pick up a salary in hopes of a raise someday, watch TV laced with advertising propaganda, raise a family to achieve social credibility, and eat barbequed hamburgers while watching sports on a Sunday, believing such freedom is what expands the fractal of human discovery.
You have got to be kidding me, and yourself.
In the words of Goethe:
“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.” — Goethe
Such freedom, void of the discovery and exploration of the innate composition of merit harbored inside each of us, and held hostage on a corporate leash of evolutionary ignorance, perpetuates a monism of freedom quite the opposite of free. With the small minds in government failing to protect our collective evolutionary interests with systems of human performance and failing to stave off the selfish, vile maxim (all-for-me, and me alone) of its “successful” citizens.
Yes, we have built some pretty dumb systems to which we have all become accustomed.
We have created systems of absolutism where relativity is required. Systems that are not renewable, simply because absolutism is not. At this pace, humanity’s anthropogenic (manmade) demise projected (in a 1,000 years according to Steven Hawking) to make the most intelligent species on earth live the shortest. We will live the shortest because we, as Homo Sapiens, have not used our intelligence to the best of our ability, nor will our self-imposed monism of freedom ever seek it.
So, it is high-time time for us to free freedom, and maximize the fringe of all of our unique ingenuity, however it is composed. And no longer to rely on the marginal compliance of the enslaved. Not in the least because the exploration of our differences is infinitely more important than our compliant and revered commonalities will ever be to human evolution.