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The Folly of our Guilt

by Bob Moran
We’ve built societies where slavery is counter-productive (or at least much less efficient than the alternatives), but it doesn’t mean it’s never a valuable choice given some the circumstances. Just like high trust, the lack of slavery is part of our privileges.

And yet, we are getting guilt tripped for what we built for ourselves and to a certain extent given to others.

High trust: You’re mean because you don’t trust me like your own. –> Why don’t you have high trust societies? Why should we trust you?

Wealth: You’re mean because you don’t give me the same stuff as your own. –> Why are you poor?

Citizenship: You’re mean because you don’t give me the same rights as your own. –> Why are your laws retarded and corrupted?

Land/Conquest: You’re mean because you took land / you don’t give me land –> Why couldn’t you hold land? Why can’t you take it?

Slavery : You’re mean because you don’t (didn’t) treat me like your own. –> Did you prove we could? Did you enslave each other to be sold to ou

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