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June 17, 2019


Recruiting Animal

Blamed their problems on the people who represented responsibility? This sounds like high-falutin' guff to me.

I've seen it in different guises before but other more down to earth explanations make more sense.

Michael van der Riet

"The Holocaust didn’t happen because of a lack of love. It happened because entire societies abdicated responsibility for their own problems, and instead blamed them on the people who represented—have always represented, since they first introduced the idea of commandedness to the world—the thing they were most afraid of: responsibility."

Best word salad I'm likely to read today.

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