Hypocrisy v. Hallucination

From Steve Sailer’s blog:

“Hypocrite I understand. I grow up in Soviet Union. Lying to save your job, that’s life. No, I was very worried smart people in America weren’t hypocrites. You know, this country is supposed to be land of free, home of brave. I was scared that smart Americans weren’t hypocrites, but instead were hallucinating. I am very happy to hear they’re just hypocrites. Hypocrisy much less scary than mass hallucination.”

I don’t think it’s hypocrisy any longer.

If I’m correct, then the important questions become:

  • how much longer will the mass hallucination go on?;
  • how much damage will our societies incur in the meantime?; and
  • is that damage reversible?
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About Stebbing Heuer

A person interested in exploring human perception, reasoning, judgement and deciding, and in promoting clear, effective thinking and the making of good decisions.
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2 Responses to Hypocrisy v. Hallucination

  1. Anti-Gnostic says:

    The only mass hallucination are those people truly believing that the United States will have white-non-white, or white-black, battle royale, which will result in mass bloodshed and the eventual break-up.

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