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Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by Rmack, Nov 4, 2010.

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  1. Rmack

    Rmack Van Allen Belt Sunbather

    The problem with that is that what people believe very directly influences their behavior.

    Teaching all the kids the very un-scientific belief system of evolution has resulted in a devastation of values that is reflected in the crime rates. If there is no consequences if you get away with something, then shoot the guy you're robbing, so he can't tell on you. You have more, and that's all there is, so why not? Hell, you're actually helping out evolution by getting rid of people weak and stupid enough to become your victim.

    Hitler actually believed he was doing a good thing by wiping out Jews and other-in his opinion- lesser evolved people.

    How about the clams? The greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics bullshit creates a very evil viewpoint. If you truly believe that the cult is the only hope for mankind, then doing anything that protects and promotes it can be easily justified. They could argue that not destroying someone that is hurting them is out-ethics.

    People who don't believe this usually aren't going to think like that.