So I see that a super genius (Chris Langan), albeit evil, is driving people into a darkened state of mind where they’ve been misled into believing that a political system, anti-theoretical to the United States, is the right choice of government. It’s called an intelligence authoritarianism. But see, the United States is based on generally relative law or law where “everyone and anyone” gets to decide what happens. In contrast, an intelligence authoritarianism makes it so that only the people with the highest intelligence get to decide. However, isn’t it quite clear that it would just be a highly efficient dictatorship, and that’s all? And the reason why is simple: intelligent people can be evil. The United States works against evil though, by making it so that everyone and anybody has full rights to their freedom. Unfortunately, the United States isn’t efficient at surviving like an intelligence authoritarianism, so the whole idea of an intelligence authoritarianism threatens the United States. I’m serious. Now, if the United States would only differentiate what it consists of in terms of intelligence, then it would take advantage of what it has in that way, instead of going with what is essentially the average person’s intelligence. Maximizing intelligence in decision-making makes one more powerful. So, the United States as a whole would first recognize what it has in terms of intelligence and then go through its usual voting processes. In essence, the law of everyone and anyone would be the higher law, the law over its secondary law. And its secondary law would be ‘intelligence as the law’. So everyone and anyone would get treated equally and with the highest freedoms with the higher law, and then make laws using its intelligence as a powerful secondary form of law, where people recognize the usefulness and power of intelligence.
I will end with this: if people thought that the land of the free would win a war against the land of the controlled, they just might be wrong. To make the US unbeatable against its coming enemy full of the most evil people imaginable, the US needs to create an extension of its law, that although secondary to its primary law that is the US constitution, will protect its freedoms with the required power. The US, although strong in terms of will, needs a sword to defend the freedom it has. And the power that is intelligence would be what's required. So what do you people think about Chris Langan and what he's been doing?
To note, Chris hates atheists too and also people who want globalization, but for bad reasons. What he's been doing is intolerable and against humanity. I would hope that some atheists understand all this at least, because it seems that intelligence authoritarianisms really appeal to religious people. I've never heard what atheists think on the matter, but I'm very VERY interested in asking about that.
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