The Genius of Slavery

The Genius of Slavery

The genius of slavery resides in the implication of this eternal truth: “Every man has property in his fellow man.” The
construction of government is predicated upon this axiom. It is the recognition, and absolute truth that civilization is
inter-dependence, inter-dependence begets mutual cooperation. All mutual cooperations imply or entail social contracts.
Civilization is the peak of cooperative, interdependent living. This connects us all in an unbreakable bond of authority,
and servility. We are all masters and we are all slaves, understanding our respective roles on the basis of our ability,
social standing, and inter-generational circumstances. The strong, intellectually gifted, and cunning nature has anointed
masters. The less able, competent, and fit nature has made slaves.The blessing of slavery give us guidance, to have
slavery is to have purpose, to have slavery is to give the weakened, incomplete, socially ashew man a way to rationalize
the world; not through a deity supernatural in its constitution, but instead as a tangible, imitable, reciprocal, and beneficent
master. Compare the implications of the institution of slavery with that of the transitional and incoherent status of communal
freedom. The tendency that is implied via the attainment of communal freedom is the perpetuation of a disjointed, selfish,
self-serving state of mind, which entails a “collective existence” that deconstructs and degenerates. Uniting every facet
of civilization only under one maxim, “Every man a King.” No absolutes, no higher virtues, all setting and guided by their
own edicts. Civilization groveling at the throne of the sainted individual. Who’d want to live in such a world as described?
Is man a rabid dog, is man a wild cannibal, is man a scurrying rat? No. Man, if he is anything at all he is representative
of tribe, the collective, the greater good. Slavery being the greatest manifestation of care for the tribe, obedience to the
collective, and a selfless pursuit of the greater good. For thousands of years man existed dependent on his tribe which
had a population of no more than a few thousand, slavery was a persistent feature, then mankind graduated to the more
expansive regional body that generally was the size of a province with leadership being dependent upon ensured security
based on pedigree, and finally the modern state continental in stature, and global in importance.

Modified slavery always persisting, adapting, and thriving. Slavery is the cornerstone of the human experience, slavery is
the cornerstone of all monotheistic religions of any importance, slavery is the cornerstone of all lived reality, for every individual who’s existed as anything more than an isolated, ignorant, cave dweller. We should and must understand ourselves to be
pursuers of virtue, correctors of wrong, guiders of the destiny of mankind, and we can only accomplish this through subordination within, and servility to the hierarchy of the cause of righteousness. It should be understood we are exclusively attacking the
ideal of freedom, that was enshrined most concisely in the Declaration of Independence. The incoherent mantra: “Life, liberty,
and the pursuit of happiness.” These are precepts no nation has abided by, or respected. No coherent theory of the organization
of man, or in a term government, could be drafted upon these notions and survive the necessities of statehood. Every state
has made man, or sanctioned man, being made alien from life, the death penalty, war, the sanctioning of the taking of life through self-defense, etc. The fundamental implications of the state are a rebuke to the liberty loving peddlers of licentiousness, all
laws restrict liberty in its truest sense, but to speak to the common definition “Acts that do not infringe on the freedom of
another.” We have a plethora of laws that infringe upon isolated, individual freedom. Laws that forbid incest, laws regulating
speed limits, laws regulating safety in housing, etc, and is not every violation of liberty done in the pursuit of happiness?
Our ideals, if they should be anything, they should be coherent. We should never value life for its own sake, we should
never value liberty as an end, and we should never value happiness as our sole metric for decency. Our ideals should
be conceived with the uplifting of the species as our cornerstone, the expansion of righteous civilization as our torch,
and the crafting of an ever elevating apex of existence as our deity. All desired, and pursued, without the consultation
of individual freedom, the liberty of mankind, or the contemporarily sacrosanct notion of “government of the people, by
the people, for the people.” We can understand the genius of slavery through the idiocy of the ever expanding universality
of freedom.

Liberty loving puritanical pursuits degrade of man, when mankind does not have pressures that necessitate virtuous or
eugenic action the inevitable consequence is stagnation, excess, and vice. All propositions where freedom is fundamental
should entail natural or artificial correctors as we cannot trust the isolated, individual to understand, rationalize, and act
justly on the basis of a higher conception of virtue. Populations must be given structure, stringent, a-negotiable, uniform
structure. Our civilization should be crafted by, and understood to be reflective of the eternal law of the elevation of the
species. We should not love freedom, quite the opposite, we should hate that doctrine known as freedom which enables
isolation, and atomization. We have the world in our hands, and can arrange every facet to be uniquely competent, we
can craft every element to be proper in manifesting their own unique particulars, and and let it not be misunderstood,
civilization entails freedom just as much as it entails control, but that truth should not lead one to foolishly believe freedom
is puritanically good. The truism that control and freedom are intrinsic to civilizational existence is a practical truth that
should guide our understanding, but not blind the overseers of the common masses in prescriptive conclusions. Freedom
although, within degrees, inevitable is not without context. Through a program of education, a common mythos, a uniformity
of conscience, social contracts defined by the state, written and modified as need arises, we will reinforce the priority of
virtue, and overcome the human dilemma known as freedom.

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