SSDR wrote:A pre socialist brain is a personality that has faith in things that were used to keep people under class rule. Religion, family, patriarchy, shaming cultures, fucking dummies loving money, or social hierarchies are all examples of what society has conditioned onto people from the time one has left their mother's womb, to when they reach death.
None of those things keep people under class rule. It is privilege -- legal entitlement to benefit from the abrogation of others' rights without making just compensation -- that keeps people under class rule, not the family, religion, love of money, etc.
Patriarchy is when men are above women.
What do you mean, "above"? Taller?
Slave labour doesn't have to be compelled by force.
Yes, it does, or it is not slavery.
Other methods of having slaves support slavery
Slaves don't typically support slavery. They merely submit to it because they consider submission preferable to the punishment for defiance.
is shaming them for wanting to run away, making their personal lives a certain way so they could use religion to cope with it (some religions like Islam support slavery), scaring them in a non forceful manner, or brainwashing them into supporting slavery.
You are just trying to redefine slavery into such a broad term that it loses its meaning. That is a normal and expected form of deceit that socialists routinely engage in.
Not all victims of human trafficking are forced to be human trafficked. Some people don't even know that they were slaves or are human trafficked. These are some examples of how slave labour wasn't compelled by force.
Human trafficking is not the same thing as slavery. That's why we use different words to refer to them. You just think words should be used to prevent clear thought and communication rather than to facilitate them. If it is not compelled by force, it is not slavery. It might be exploitation, like seducing a child with candy, but exploitation isn't the same as slavery.
Humanity can evolve to socialism.
You mean like naked mole rats, the only known socialist mammals, which survive by eating each other's feces? Maybe. But it would take millions of years of intense selection pressure.
The dictionaries that define "socialism" that you are reading are lies.
Nope. Wrong. They are honest.
Those dictionaries that you used are pro capitalist dictionaries.
Nope. They simply describe how honest people use words to communicate meaning.
Each sex is NOT a certain way.
Yes it is.
There are women who stand their grounds. And there are men who like to be dominated by women.
There are also men who are shorter than most women, and women who are taller than most men. That doesn't mean men aren't taller than women.
Science does NOT have any political agenda.
Yes, it does. It is against evils such as socialism and capitalism because socialism and capitalism depend on lies, and science is inherently opposed to lies.
That is because there are so many different sciences.
Marxism is science.
No, it is not. Science requires replicable observations that confirm or falsify falsifiable hypotheses. Marxism posits no falsifiable hypotheses that have not already been falsified.
Marxist socialism is a form of scientific socialism.
There is no form of socialism or capitalism that is scientific, as explained above.
Hence, socialism in general would have to be a scientific process because of all of the non socialist economies that have existed such as the German Confederate Empire, Tsarist Russia, or the Kingdom of Italy.
That is a non sequitur fallacy. You apparently do not actually know any science, and seem utterly incapable of understanding or applying the scientific method.
"Evil" is a non scientific, romantic word.
No, it is not. It denotes deliberate abbrogation of others' rights with intent to inflict injustice, and rationalization of such acts.
There is no recognizing "evil" in science because feeling that something is evil is an emotion.
Feeling is an emotion by definition, but evil is not defined by anyone's feelings. See above. No one's feelings are even mentioned.
What one feels as evil or not depends on their political views.
Political views can color one's feelings about evil, and make people believe evil is good, but they don't affect the definition of evil.
You claim to being a sexist?
By your definition, which is someone who knows and does not seek to obscure or falsify biological facts about sex.
You're not a right winger? Then what are you? What is your political ideology?
The right is elitist, the left egalitarian. Elitism is the belief that human qualities are bimodally distributed between those who are superior and those who are inferior. Egalitarianism is the belief that people are all basically the same. I consider myself a centrist because I think human qualities are probably normally distributed: there are a few people with excellent and admirable qualities that enable them to contribute more to humanity than their fellows, a few horrible ones who take more from humanity than they contribute, but most are somewhere in the middle: net contributors, but not exceptionally so. My political "ideology" is simply to advocate liberty, justice and truth, as they are in humanity's best interest.