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THE MOST DANGEROUS SUPERSTITION,Larken Rose,2011 Larken Rose. Preparing the Reader, What you read in this book will in all likelihood go directly against what you have been. taught by your parents and your teachers what you have been told by the churches the. media and the government and much of what you your family and your friends have. always believed Nonetheless it is the truth as you will see if you allow yourself to. consider the issue objectively Not only is it the truth it also may be the most important. truth you will ever hear, More and more people are discovering this truth but to do so it is necessary to look past. many preconceived assumptions and deeply ingrained superstitions to set aside one s. life long indoctrination and to examine some new ideas fairly and honestly If you do. this you will experience a dramatic change in how you view the world It will almost. certainly feel uncomfortable at first but in the long run it will be well worth the effort. And if enough people choose to see this truth and embrace it not only will it drastically. change the way those people see the world it will drastically change the world itself for. the better, But if such a simple truth could change the world wouldn t we all already know about it. and wouldn t we have put it into practice long ago If humans were purely a race of. thinking objective beings yes But history shows that most human beings would literally. rather die than objectively reconsider the belief systems they were brought up in The. average man who reads in the newspaper about war oppression and injustice will wonder. why such pain and suffering exists and will wish for it to end However if it is suggested. to rum that his own beliefs are contributing to the misery he will almost certainly dismiss. such a suggestion without a second thought and may even attack the one making the. suggestion, So reader if your beliefs and superstitions many of which you did not choose for.
yourself but merely inherited as unquestioned hand me down beliefs matter to you. more than truth and justice then please stop reading now and give this book to someone. else If on the other hand you are willing to question some of your long held. preconceived notions if doing so might reduce the suffering of others then read this. book And then give it to someone else,The Most Dangerous Superstition. Starting with the Punch Line, How many millions have gazed upon the brutal horrors of history with its countless. examples of man s inhumanity to man and wondered aloud how such things could. happen The truth is most people wouldn t want to know how it happens because they. themselves are religiously attached to the very belief that makes it possible The vast. majority of suffering and injustice in the world today and spanning back thousands of. years can be directly attributed to a single idea It is not greed or hatred or any of the. other emotions or ideas that are usually blamed for the evils of society Instead most of. the violence theft assault and murder in the world is the result of a mere superstition a. belief which though almost universally held runs contrary to all evidence and reason. though of course those who hold the belief do not see it that way The punch line of. this book is easy to express albeit difficult for most people to accept or even to calmly. and rationally contemplate, The belief in authority which includes all belief in government is irrational and self. contradictory it is contrary to civilization and morality and constitutes the most. dangerous destructive superstition that has ever existed Rather than being a force for. order and justice the belief in authority is the arch enemy of humanity. Of course nearly everyone is raised to believe the exact opposite that obedience to. authority is a virtue at least in most cases that respecting and complying with the. laws of government is what makes us civilized and that disrespect for authority. leads only to chaos and violence In fact people have been so thoroughly trained to. associate obedience with being good that attacking the concept of authority will. sound to most people like suggesting that there is no such thing as right and wrong no. need to abide by any standards of behavior no need to have any morals at all That is not. what is being advocated here quite the opposite, Indeed the reason the myth of authority needs to be demolished is precisely because. there is such a thing as right and wrong it does matter how people treat each other and. people should always strive to live moral lives Despite the constant authoritarian. propaganda claiming otherwise having respect for authority and having respect for. humanity are mutually exclusive and diametrically opposed The reason to have no. respect for the myth of authority is so that we can have respect for humanity and. There is a harsh contrast between what we are taught is the purpose of authority to. create a peaceful civilized society and the real world results of authority in action. Flip through any history book and you will see that most of the injustice and destruction. that has occurred throughout the world was not the result of people breaking the law. but rather the result of people obeying and enforcing the laws of various. governments The evils that have been committed in spite of authority are trivial. compared to the evils that have been committed in the name of authority. Nevertheless children are still taught that peace and justice come from authoritarian. control and that despite the flagrant evils committed by authoritarian regimes around the. world throughout history they are still morally obligated to respect and obey the current. government of their own country They are taught that doing as you re told is. synonymous with being a good person and that playing by the rules is synonymous. with doing the right thing On the contrary being a moral person requires taking on the. personal responsibility of judging right from wrong and following one s own conscience. the opposite of respecting and obeying authority, The reason it is so important that people understand this fact is that the primary danger.
posed by the myth of authority is to be found not in the minds of the controllers in. government but in the minds of those being controlled One nasty individual who loves. to dominate others is a trivial threat to humanity unless a lot of other people view such. domination as legitimate because it is achieved via the laws of government The. twisted mind of Adolf Hitler by itself posed little or no threat to humanity It was the. millions of people who viewed Hitler as authority and thus felt obligated to obey his. commands and carry out his orders who actually caused the damage done by the Third. Reich In other words the problem is not that evil people believe in authority the. problem is that basically good people believe in authority and as a result end up. advocating and even committing acts of aggression injustice and oppression even. The average statist one who believes in government while lamenting all the ways in. which authority has been used as a tool for evil even in his own country will still insist. that it is possible for government to be a force for good and still imagine that. authority can and must provide the path to peace and justice. People falsely assume that many of the useful and legitimate things that benefit human. society require the existence of government It is good for example for people to. organize for mutual defense to work together to achieve common goals to find ways to. cooperate and get along peacefully to come up with agreements and plans that better. allow human beings to exist and thrive in a mutually beneficial and non violent state of. civilization But that is not what government is Despite the fact that governments. always claim to be acting on behalf of the people and the common good the truth is that. government by its very nature is always in direct opposition to the interests of. mankind Authority is not a noble idea that sometimes goes wrong nor is it a basically. valid concept that is sometimes corrupted From top to bottom from start to finish the. very concept of authority itself is antihuman and horribly destructive. Of course most people will find such an assertion hard to swallow Isn t government an. essential part of human society Isn t it the mechanism by which civilization is made. possible because it forces us imperfect humans to behave in an orderly peaceful. manner Isn t the enacting of common rules and laws what allows us to get along to. settle disputes in a civilized manner and to trade and otherwise interact in a fair non. violent way Haven t we always heard that if not for the rule of law and a common. respect for authority we would be no better than a bunch of stupid violent beasts. living in a state of perpetual conflict and chaos, Yes we have been told that And no none of it is true But trying to disentangle our. minds from age old lies trying to distill the truth out of a jungle of deeply entrenched. falsehoods can be exceedingly difficult not to mention uncomfortable. In the following pages the reader will be taken through several stages in order to fully. understand why the belief in authority truly is the most dangerous superstition in the. history of the world First the concept of authority will be distilled down to its most. basic essence so it can be defined and examined objectively. In Part II it will be shown that the concept itself is fatally flawed that the underlying. premise of all government is utterly incompatible with logic and morality In fact it. will be shown that government is a purely religious belief a faith based acceptance of. a superhuman mythological entity that has never existed and will never exist The. reader is not expected to accept such a startling claim without ample evidence and sound. reasoning which will be provided, In Part III it will be shown why the belief in authority including all belief in. government is horrendously dangerous and destructive Specifically it will be shown. how the belief in authority dramatically impacts both the perceptions and the actions of. various categories of people leading literally billions of otherwise good peaceful people. to condone or commit acts of violent immoral aggression In fact everyone who believes. in government does this though the vast majority does not realize it and would. vehemently deny it, Finally in Part IV the reader will be given a glimpse into what life without the belief in. authority could look like Contrary to the usual assumption that an absence of. government would mean chaos and destruction it will be shown that when the myth of. authority is abandoned much will change but much will also stay the same It will be. shown why rather than the belief in government being conducive to and necessary for. a peaceful society as nearly everyone has been taught the belief is by far the biggest. obstacle to mutually beneficial organization cooperation and peaceful coexistence In. short it will be shown why true civilization can and will exist only after the myth of. authority has been eradicated,Identifying the Enemy. To assess the concept of authority and determine its worth we must begin by clearly. defining what it means and what it is, From early childhood we are taught to submit to the will of authority to obey the edicts.
of those who in one way or another have acquired positions of power and control from. the beginning the goodness of a child is graded whether explicitly or implicitly first by. how well he obeys his parents then by how well he obeys his teachers and then by how. well he obeys the laws of government Whether implied or stated society is saturated. with the message that obedience is a virtue and that the good people are the ones who do. what authority tells them to do As a result of that message the concepts of morality. and obedience have become so muddled in most people s minds that any attack on the. notion of authority will to most people feel like an attack on morality itself Any. suggestion that government is inherently illegitimate will sound like suggesting that. everyone should behave as uncaring vicious animals living life by the code of survival. of the fittest, The trouble is that the average person s belief system rests upon a hodgepodge of vague. often contradictory concepts and assumptions Terms such as morality and obedience. laws and legislatures leaders and citizens are used constantly by people who have never. rationally examined such concepts The first step in trying to understand the nature of. authority or government is to define what the word means What is this thing called. government, Government tells people what to do But that by itself does not give us a sufficient. definition because all sorts of individuals and organizations tell others what to do. Government however does not simply suggest or request it commands But an. advertiser who says Act now or a preacher who tells his congregation what to do could. also be said to be giving commands but they are not government. Unlike the commands of preachers and advertisers the commands of government are. backed by the threat of punishment the use of force against those who do not comply. those who are caught breaking the law But even that does not give us a complete. THE MOST DANGEROUS SUPERSTITION Larken Rose 2011 Larken Rose Preparing the Reader What you read in this book will in all likelihood go directly against what you have been taught by your parents and your teachers what you have been told by the churches the media and the government and much of what you your family and your friends have always believed Nonetheless it is the truth as you

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