Friday, 27 April 2012

░▒▓█ A Cute Libra's View of Libertarianism and Interventionism

░▒▓█ A Cute Libra's View of Libertarianism and Interventionism

You see, the esteemed perception of society is that when surrounded by too much choice they can’t handle it and would malfunction (go nuts). It’s too huge and mind-boggling, so therefore it’s not for everybody.
However, what is society without government and a form of order? It would not last and would be but a self-demolishing house of cards sooner or later, with almost everyone dying gloriously in bloodshed from the resulting internal strife. A janitor's nightmare.
So too much of choices and freedom is not good also, let alone the naive notion of the existence of these in in the fullest, purest sense. It is childlike as much as the overdemanding of intervention is usually required out of weakness and one-dimensionality.
At the end of the day a sense of balance between the two ideas you realise, is the best deal you could get even if your foolish ego would deny you from shouting it out. People are unthinking creatures generally that are devoid of possessing an independent and clear sense of thought, and these imperfect and defective creations that you in your wisdom if you actually possess any uncover and understand also comes accompanied by an incurable inborn mental disease that would lead them often towards the lures of masochism and war, as peace and stability are something that is anathema to their deformed natures, as scary as it sounds.