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Saturday, August 18, 2007

The bonfires of scatological epistemology

or how i learn to loathe the high priests of moral clarification

Is it naivete or wickedness that Friedrich Nietzsche had in mind, when he wrote "What is bad? Everything that is born of weakness".

The reason for invading Iraq, was to remove a cruel dictator from power, and to bring the universal lights of freedom & democracy to the Middle East.

From a non-Iraqi perspective, the premise of deciding what is good for the Iraqi people, is not naivete, it is arrogance & intellectual adventurism, but remains a pretty safe enterprise, since those who endorse that type of moral authority, will never have to bear responsibility, and cannot be held accountable for the consequences of their twisted logic. All of that at the expense of the Iraqi people......

Holier than thou, the mysterious process of humanism through extermination, the need to slaughter en masse free loving Iraqis in a first stage, in order to provide them with the tenets & precepts of democratic society. Sounds American enough to you....

To espouse the value of holding Iraqis accountable for the crimes of their leaders, is essentially to perpetuate the positivist exaltation of "retro-altruism," of surrendering the mass for the good of few. Quite a "tour de force".







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