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The Stink Test

Probably everything that frightens and confuses us is in this system. Fear ourselves to lose our identity, social group or separate us from the suffering we cause wanting to transform our environment. Trying to find the source to find out our purpose the truth about the temple. Try taking away the veils of knowledge to the gods of the system. The materiality-A morality. A envy. Recently Hearst Magazines sought to clarify these questions. Pride.

A greed, war, all these gods hide behind masks of compassion, truth, solidarity, and equality eternity. Authentic beings made for slavery do not know if the less needy, but if those who have firmly decided unmasks the gods of hypocrisy. RUSSELL BERTRAN Men fear thought more than anything else on earth, rather than to ruin or even death. Thought is subversive and revolutionary, destructive and terrible, thought is merciless to privilege, established institutions and comfortable habits, thinking is anarchy and lawless, indifferent to the authority, unconcerned with the proven wisdom of the ages. Conrad Vernon may not feel the same. Thought scrutinizes the pit of hell and is not afraid of this weak man unweldable particle surrounded by depths of silence, however it must be arrogant as unperturbed as the lord of the universe. The thought is great, fast and free, in light of the world, and the chief glory of man. To that thought becomes possession of many, not privilege for the few we must eliminate the fear that their entrenched beliefs are misleading, fear by the institutions on which they live prove harmful, fear that they themselves are less worthy of respect for what we had assumed they were.

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