Freedom and equality for mankind
Question from the Internet:
“Why is mankind not free and equal?”
Because at the moment we do not know what either freedom or equality means.
We are not free because each person is blindly, instinctively ruled by their own self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric, subjective, and exploitative nature.
As a result, we all want everything only for ourselves, we ruthlessly compete for resources, survival at each other’s expense, we actually thrive for, enjoy harming, defeating, humiliating others, we enjoy the failures, humiliation of others than actually gaining profit or possession for ourselves.
And as a result, inevitably an oppressive, exploitative human pyramid is formed — regardless of nationality, culture, religion, political, social, or economic structure — as the stronger defeat and “feast on” the weaker.
This is neither sinful nor evil as we are born with the above-mentioned nature, it is the selfish, exploitative human ego — that rules us 100% — that separates us from other animals, most notably from other developed apes we originate with the same root from. Without the constant, insatiable drive of the ego, we would not be developing differently from them, but would still live within our natural habitat — like a few remaining “undeveloped” indigenous people left on the planet — through the original “hunter-gatherer” form.
Nature’s evolution gave us the human ego, in order to recognize its destructive potential while using it raw, and then to consciously, purposefully, methodically learn how to harness, channel the awesome power, drive of the ego for positive, constructive, collective goals, purposes for the sake, for the well-being of all of mankind and the Natural system around us.
Then we will be able to build a truly equal human society with “relative equality”. In that society, each individual can find their unique irreplaceable, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing role towards the whole, while justly, proportionately receiving everything they need to comfortably continue fulfilling their “single-cell” contribution towards the whole living organism in which humanity is a single — albeit most important — organ.
This process — that is obligated by Nature’s laws and evolution and has nothing to do with human philosophy, ideology, or religion — requires a unique, purposeful, and highly practical educational, scientific method so we would adapt ourselves to our evolutionary role proactively, pleasantly, swiftly instead of waiting for increasing crisis, wars,m intolerable suffering to wake us up and force us to change.