Rule one: Never allow a crisis to go to waste. They are opportunities to do big things.
"History has shown us that our tendency to colonize and exploit other regions has always backfired."
Why does a person claim ownership of a thing or of another person? To control it or them. And why does he want to control it? Usually because he wants to be the enjoyer of it.
Western people have as much sense gratification as one could ever want, yet they are not satisfied. Why? Because they are spiritually empty.
The fact that there are at least as many "wealthy" criminals as there are "poor" criminals effectively destroys the materialists' theory that the root cause of crime is poverty and that the solution to the crime problem is to make everybody rich.
If a person sees himself as the Supreme Enjoyer, he will automatically live a life of exploitation. He will not respect others or the environment, nor will he care for the well-being of others. He will lead a hedonistic life of unrestricted sense enjoyment, lording over everything and everyone. Although human in form, he will be no more than an animal who lives by the philosophy "might makes right."
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