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tianavitoli t1_iti312n wrote

most people believe that doing something is always better than doing nothing, because they believe that at the very least, they can say they did something, irrespective of how constructive the action taken actually was.

made the problem worse? oh well fuck it at least we did something, look at you who said we should do nothing, you're the loser, not us who made things worse.

"Yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should."

so the whole idea of "making things better" is a false pretense. how about you make yourself better and leave the rest of us alone.

the entirety of government malpractice has been predicated on this idea of "we are making things better". You can ask them, they sincerely believe they are acting in good faith.

example: covid. follow the science. if you're not following the science, then you need to have a heart, shut your mouth, and listen to our scientists. sucks to your belief that our scientists are acting under false pretense, it's just that we've decided you have no heart, therefore you must not have a brain either. we're doing something and you're not you loser.

"Now is the time to do as you're told" - Anthony Fauci

So the correct statement is "All of the problems in this world could be solved with a motivated populace who prided themselves on being involved with the intellectual debates of the day

with a good faith effort to make themselves better"

"I used to say; I'll take care of you if you take care of me. Now I say; I'll take care of me for you, if you'll take care of you for me" - Jim Rohn