Double U Double What? ॐॐ!

People hate out-groups, people turn to hate. We hate on other nations, We hate on other races, we hate on other genders, we hold on and praise hate. 

Why? Broken attitude that "Love isn't Good Enough, so ABANDON LOVE"!


Love is Never Good Enough to #GiveUpHate 

The Internet, the Airport Networks... have not been enough to see that Love is Never Good Enough to give up Hate entirely. People #WeaponizeHate, as hate is a state of brain chemistry - Hate is a #FaithSystem of abandoning the growth and expansion and refinement of stronger Compassion + Love.

Look at all the creative things humanity can invent, why not invent a greater Compassion + Love education?


Mankind naturally and generally love to be flatter'd: Whatever sooths our Pride, and tends to exalt our Species above the rest of the Creation, we are pleas'd with and easily believe, when ungrateful Truths shall be with the utmost Indignation rejected. "What! bring ourselves down to an Equality with the Beasts of the Field! with the meanest part of the Creation! 'Tis insufferable!" But, (to use a Piece of common Sense) our Geese are but Geese tho' we may think 'em Swans; and Truth will be Truth tho' it sometimes prove mortifying and distasteful.

"A Dissertation on Liberty and Necessity, Pleasure and Pain" - year 1725

“In one experiment, CA would show people on online panels pictures of simple bar graphs about uncontroversial things (e.g., the usage rates of mobile phones or sales of a car type) and the majority would be able to read the graph correctly. However, unbeknownst to the respondents, the data behind these graphs had actually been derived from politically controversial topics, such as income inequality, climate change, or deaths from gun violence. When the labels of the same graphs were later switched to their actual controversial topic, respondents who were made angry by identity threats were more likely to misread the relabeled graphs that they had previously understood. What CA observed was that when respondents were angry, their need for complete and rational explanations was also significantly reduced. In particular, anger put people in a frame of mind in which they were more indiscriminately punitive, particularly to out-groups. They would also underestimate the risk of negative outcomes. This led CA to discover that even if a hypothetical trade war with China or Mexico meant the loss of American jobs and profits, people primed with anger would tolerate that domestic economic damage if it meant they could use a trade war to punish immigrant groups and urban liberals.”

Christopher Wylie, Mindf*ck: Cambridge Analytica and the Plot to Break America, 2019