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LESSONS FROM GENGHIS KHAN
The first question of outgroup politics:
—“If I and mine CAN exterminate you, then why should I and mine NOT exterminate you? At present since you are a threat, it is rational to exterminate you. Therefore we need a reason NOT to exterminate you. What is that reason”— Emissary of Genghis Khan.
THE FIRST QUESTIONS OF PHILOSOPHY?
- Philosophy (choice) why not commit suicide?
- Ethics (choice) why not commit murder?
- Politics (choice) why not commit genocide?
Without first answering these questions, you cannot answer all questions upon which those answers depend.
Rather than engage in a conversation under pretext, simply ask the question “Why do I not at least TRY for murder or genocide if this means more for me and mine?”
Cooperation is only valuable until it is not.
Tolerance is only valuable until it is not.
Otherwise, genocide, and seizure of assets are superior options.
Ergo, this is the reason to ‘cooperate’ reciprocally.
ALWAYS START ANY DEBATE BY ASKING “WHY NOT END YOU FOR FUN AND PROFIT?”