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"New York Philosophy" Message Board › who's more wanted?

who's more wanted?

A former member
Post #: 273
I have to say this. Who do you think is more wanted Osama Bin Laden or Richard Gere? lol
A former member
Post #: 127
I have to say this. Who do you think is more wanted Osama Bin Laden or Richard Gere? lol

Richard Gere is the target of an irrational ideology, albeit that the rise of even democracy in India - if one has read its colonial and post colonial history - is impressive.

OBL is a criminal, sought in self-defense by a nation formed by individual rights just over 400 years ago to the day of its founding in Jamestown, VA.

It is the continued embrace of unreason that creates and sustains the problems in this world today. Western civilization [which began with Aristotle, was almost wiped out by Islam and then Christianity, but rebirthed in the Renaissance into the Enlightenment and peaked in the 19th century when Plato-Kantian thought emerged dominant and began the slide which is in process today] saved the world from continued misery, slavery.

It was the Founding of the United States that allowed Man to live free politically and it is the existence of the US, despite all its shortcomings and rejection of the ethic of the US Constitution, rational egoism, that enables its continuance.
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