Most disturbing thing I learned in chatroom so far this week - "killing of innocent people is wrong" - is not a universally held moral truth. Sadly only the americans participating in the chat room found the idea that killing innocent people is wrong to be an absolute moral truth.
In discussions with chat-room-americans try to keep in mind that high levels of intellect, experience, reasoning and expertise are not equal to nor greater than the opinions expressed by those in the chat room.
So . . . if you have the four above characteristics and attempt to explain your viewpoint you will receive no respect if you disagree with someone, because you are showing a difference of opinion not presenting a better argument.
Until you jump on board the patriot bandwagon you are only deserving of ridicule for proposing a thought different from anything heard before in the chat room.
Now an individual in america is one person or one corporation which believes, that is, has unshakable faith in the power of nondiscernment and group think.
Equality of the people means you have two choices: right or wrong because there is nothing in between and nothing at the edges.
When the bullying group teaches you a lesson by team insults, and you lose your cool when they start deriding "common sense"- don't be surprised - YOU will be the one tossed from the chat room for calling them "Bulls-t As-oles," however accurate that may be.
(Originally posted at http://sixsentences.ning.com/profiles/blogs/individualism-and-equality-of)
Drawing from the "Huntress: Year One" Author: Ivory Madison Artist: Cliff Richards