Old Philosophy

Here are some of my older pages from the 90’s. It’s interesting to see how my thinking and writing has changed over time.

There are TONS of links on this page, so scroll below these bullets and see what occurs…

  • We are not predisposed to being nice to each other. We have to pretend most of the time.
  • We are not predisposed to being spiritual. We have to work at it.
  • We do not need to feel anything for any other country or nation in turmoil
  • There is no Human Rights Act that applies to us
  • There is no God. He is there for insecure people.
  • I can accept that when we die, we cease to be. That’s it. The End.
  • I know there are certain truthes which apply to the various races, creeds and cultures. It doesn’t make me a bigot to believe they are true just because they are generalisations.
  • Women are better at everything than men. Get used to it.
  • Men are the reason the world is in such a bad way.
  • We will kill ourselves eventually. We will not overcome our nature.
  • Humans are simply animals. We bow down to our human nature by definition. Our intellects only afford us a small ascendancy.
  • These are not really a philosophy.
  • I’m a hypocrite. So are you.
  • I’m rude. So are you.
  • People like me. People dislike me. I’m happy. The same applies to you. Be happy.
  • I’m arrogant. Most of us are.
  • I can be kind. But I do it through choice, as do you. You are not normally kind.
  • I do everything for me. If it makes me feel good in any way, that is why I do it. So do you.
  • I’m no better than you. But it doesn’t stop me thinking I’m much better than you.
  • Of course I’m going to judge you before we even meet, talk or shake hands.
  • Disliking someone based on the colour of their skin isn’t wrong. But it’s not right either.
  • We can dislike whomever we chose to dislike. There’s no law that says we have to like each other.
  • Do-gooders are what keeps our country uncivilised. Discipline brings civility and order to a country.
  • Those who want asylum seekers seldom have to live near them. Who says we should house them anyway?
  • Show me your morals and I’ll show you mine. They are not necessarily the same.