Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Party Politics And Relative Morality.

We are living in the age of relative morality.

That is not, let me repeat, that is not a good thing!

Because of a strange intellectual and ethical lethargy we are living in a time when there is no practicable standard by which to compare and contrast behavior. As a result the ones who control the media and the education system decide what is ‘normal.’

The consequence is the aberration that we see: scoundrels (male and female) becoming the leaders.

In a classical liberalism society the human characteristics identified by natural law to be virtuous, it is these that will be held up as worthy of emulation, and deviation from these as the standard will be considered immoral. And who would you think would be the ones most renowned for possessing these virtues? Those who are elected by their fellow citizens to consult about the affairs of the community.

As you can see a classical liberalism society is the opposite of what we have now. Since it is reasonable to aspire towards a classical liberalism civilization we have to find ways to be of service that ultimately leads to the abolishment of the ego-driven interventionists (whose political ambitions corrupt themselves, and the system of government if they are allowed to hold those positions).

Eliminating political parties is one very helpful step. Then the individuals elected will be chosen simply because of their sincere service in their communities and their noble characteristics.

As you can see political parties are destructive of the elements necessary for civilization to advance properly. They are harmful and it is our job to abolish them.

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