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The Dishonest Nature of Socialism.

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Pages: 264

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: T E Browne (9 Nov. 2005)

By: Boris Browne (Author)

If the reader is accustomed to enduring intellectual asphyxiation from writers who heap qualification upon qualification ,until that which is tentatively propounded is timidly withdrawn :then this book providing less than diplomatic ,uncomprising truths,offers relief.

The great importance of the highly individual specific nature of empathy ,has not been understood by philosophy or psychology .Essentially human nature has not been understood .Theistic religions born out of vanity,and failed ideologies ,grip the thought processes of the great majority of mankind .

The evolution of law and the nation state was driven by the collective desire of some to bring an end to the abuse of themselves by others .
Democracy,being the only philosophical advance as yet made by mankind followed . But the emergence of socialism ,driven by the most negative of human emotions ,reintroduced the abuse :allowing the election of socialist governments empowered to disadvantage some in order to provide advantage to others .Without an understanding of human nature ,and an exposition of delusional altruism :the truth and the inherent dishonesty of this cannot be appreciated .

While socialist governments exist through their contamination of democracy ,and other less dilute socialist states impose the filtering out of the word democracy : it is an appropriate time surely to objectively assess where we are on this planet as a thinking ,rational life form .

The reader is asked to make a short journey to the most important fundamental truth in all of human life :that when made ,a cascade of previous perplexities will decend and wither in the light of new understanding .


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