The freedom to do as you are conditioned?
It used to be that Americans were more concerned with rights like the "right to free speech" and "right to bear arms". Now it seems, the only rights that are coveted are the "right to choose (abortion)" and the right to (be gay)" Christians look at this and say, "well that is just the right to sin" and maybe they are right. This thread is not about that, though. What I want to consider is whether these are even real rights, or whether they were sold to us as "rights" under false premises. You see, there was this guy called Malthus, and he thought that there were just too many of us. And those who rule the world thought along those same lines (I mean, isn't it easier to dominate millions instead of billions?). So there are two models for the futuristic dystopia (sorry, but we are there). 1984, and Brave New World. The first is currently being used in the less developed nations (pure violent tyranny), while the latter is being used in the more developed nations (social engineering). This is what we see in the United States (and Europe). The Brave New World version. Condition people to act like you want them to act. Tell them it's a "right" to kill your babies and have a dick in your ass, and don't let anyone take your "right" away (we know how those Americans love their rights). We are told that the right to be gay and the right to "choose" abortions are the rights that are important. Coincidentally, those are ways to depopulate, without the government outright killing people. It is Social Darwinism is its best. If you accept this programming, then you are so stupid that your genes deserve to be erased from history. You nominate yourself for the Darwin Award.
MALTHUSIANS------KILL YOURSELF NOW!
Beneath this mask, there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea. And ideas are bulletproof.