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Old 17-07-2012, 05:36 PM   #40
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Originally Posted by tinyint View Post
Free will exists, but it is difficult in this world to exercise it.

The point being, the people have been indoctrinated through constant bombardment with the thinking "What can the little man do against such machine?"

We have been made passive, in the victim position.

Simple example, if people seriously want change, why not stay at home when they call the people to elect some puppet you starts a war? It is so simple to see through the two party dictatorship, it is only one party more than under communism.

The turn out of elections is always a sort of measuring scale, despite all trickery they use.

They will have a problem if ideally almost nobody shows up to bury his voice in the urn.

We simply got to empower ourselves. We can do it.
You are spekaing from a personal perspective.

Hypothetically what you are saying is true but it needs a whole lot of cause and effect to make it happen, maybe it will one day but it will be the only thing that could have been happening at that time.

Free will doesn't exist.

To disprove this statement, you have to give me a thought/situation/feeling *anything* that is not caused and doesn't have an effect.

Last edited by sandwarrior; 17-07-2012 at 05:37 PM.
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