A look at " Scientific Socialism by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels " and " dictatorship of the the proletariat "
First of all here is a great example of Socially constructed ideaology,,Pre-Concieved Notions,judgement without
inquiry,.total inability to see "Big Picture" - inflected on a entire Nation, being all Americans.
thus being in Fear of studying anything say that is possibly associated with, " Communism "
Thus we are completely unaware of others points of view, un willing to see what they think ,have to offer, thus blind to any hope of growth.
uneducated to how the Whole is working the Whole of the Planet Earth and it's Citizens.
excerpt from ;
"Life is seen through individuals, through their relationships. There is no world, no nature, only a world, a nature existing insofar we have a relationship to them.
This conception was necessary to the bourgeois to justify the existence of the capitalist, which is an individual acting through his own understanding of its surrounding reality. Protestantism is here the main ideological construction of this approach.
Nowadays, existentialism and all the post-modernist variants that exist support a terrorist version of this self-centrednedss, this vision of the world based merely on the individuals.
Therefore, in the history of science dominated by the bourgeoisie, it was always considered that animals know no pain. They are considered as mere mechanisms, by Descartes and Malebranche notably, without a “conscience”.
Of course, this wrong conception proved more and more wrong, through the affirmation of democratic and socialist thought."
The Only way to truly see, is to see without "Pre-Concieved Notions"
To Imagine you belong to no school of thought, no government imposed belief
No Religion imposed belief, no society imposed belief
Simply Imagine You've enter a World you've never been, and are seeing it as it;
♦ Today, about one to two million Japanese are Christians (about one percent of Japan's population), and churches can be found across the country. Many Christians live in Western Japan where the missionaries' activities were greatest during the 16th century.
Why did Christainity not take hold in this culture as a major religion ?
♦ The early Europeans were said to be very unclean, seldom bathed.
♦ How did firearms change samurai tradition ?, and the samurai's policing power?
♦ The 3 Unifiers of Japan a interesting story → denverartmuseum.org / The 3 Unifiers of Japan
♦ What do honor really mean ?
♦ Interesting how people can be so honorable, seem to wish beauty/harmony, yet able to be so Brutal.