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    Kevin Annett, On the Nature of Evil |439|

    Thanks for your response, I can see I wasn't clear. I realise I meant "recognise as the basis for taking action" as opposed to "accept". I think we have been programmed to think too much in absolutes - an entity can be either good or bad but not both. Hence why there is a lot of cognitive...
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    Kevin Annett, On the Nature of Evil |439|

    Thank you for your recent focus on evil. Annett’s, Dizdar’s, and Lucas’ voices together were powerful (overwhelming) creating a resonance/springboard for exploration. Thanks also for your follow up question; it made me really think and refine my position. Finally thanks to the member who...
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    Kevin Annett, On the Nature of Evil |439|

    Since there is no video evidence we won't know categorically. If I were him I would have set up a dead man's switch so in the case of my murder all my "friends" would be outed to the press. Also the 12 million USD that started moving around in his bank; seemed a tad suspicious...
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    Anneke Lucas, Recovering From Unimaginable Evil |441|

    I too recently came to the forum / am also digging Alex's "Trilogy on Evil" (439,440,441). I just finished reading 1984 and synchronistically today SageofQuay posted a YouTube video "Brave New World vs 1984: Huxley Tells Orwell 'I Was Right'” . Huxley outright says the powerful need to use...
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    Kevin Annett, On the Nature of Evil |439|

    One word: Wetiko. Love the account of what Native Americans did with child abusers; i.e. got rid of them in the forest. Sign of the times when instead of "the forest" our child abusers get spirited away (with their wealth) out of their jail cells into some hideaway place (i.e. Epstein). What...
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