You've had two posts since I posted this exposé of your self contradictions. Since you gave it your signature utterly dumbfounded confused look then you did read. But, evidently, you choose to ignore defending your contradictions. Perhaps you're ignoring it because there's no way you can explain them rationally. So best to employ the old MoveOn strategy and, well, move on.
Just a bit of very brief history for my MoveOn reference, which assuredly you are not familiar with as you're a Brit.
MoveOn is a progressive public policy advocacy group and political action committee in the U.S. They started in 1998 by passing around a petition asking Congress to "Censure President Clinton and Move On to Pressing Issues Facing the Nation," as opposed to impeaching him.
In other words, the organization was created specifically to literally "move on" from hot topics for the sole purpose of taking the public's eye off of embarrassing, and even criminal, issues in an attempt to bury them. The organization name has since been used symbolically to represent anyone who ignores addressing subject matter that is either embarrassing for them or contains inconvenient truths which they cannot outrun or both. In your case, of course, it both.
MoveOn, oldschooler, move on, you oldcoward.
Oh, just stop with your silliness, will you, oldschooler. You asking for facts is just a deceptive canard as there exist no facts about anything which would be acceptable to you.
I do believe you are a BOT autogenerated to muck up and prevent any intelligent conversation from occurring.
Actually, you're exposing yourself as the village idiot, oldschooler, for your ignorance in ascribing that suggestion to Spencer. This famous autosuggestion originated from the work of the French psychotherapist, Emile Coue (1857-1926),
Well, I should correct myself. The tense of my statement is wrong. You're not exposing yourself as you have been exposed long ago. Rather, you're just reaffirming your status as the village idiot and further cementing your legacy.
It may come as a shock to many people but in truth there is no such thing as evil. There is, however, what is called "beliefs." And there is certainly a belief in the existence of evil. But the belief is just that. A belief. Beyond the belief that reality doesn't exist.
But any discussion of that topic which would serve to make sense of it would require a deeper exploration of ourselves. And for that exploration to be successful it would necessitate at least a temporary suspension of some of our current beliefs to allow other ideas to be considered and examined.