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where law ends tyranny begins

February 11, 2021
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How would you feel if you were the victim of a crime and you had an attorney who was completely against the law? Imagine the chaos that would create as that person’s life was thrown into disarray. Imagine the stress of the court hearing, the fear of the repercussions, and the uncertainty as to what would happen next. You would know the attorney wasn’t just against the law, but he would be against you.

There are many laws out there that a person can only be held responsible for under certain circumstances. The two situations that we commonly think of as the most severe are murder and treason. In both cases, the person killed or committed treason is automatically held to account by the law. However, in situations where the people in question are in violation of a law or are acting outside of a law, they will face punishment in the form of jail time, fines, and even death.

Because there is such a wide range of circumstances and crimes, there is no way of knowing what crimes that a person is guilty of. That is to say, if you kill someone, you can be held responsible for that murder. If you destroy a city, you can be held responsible for that destruction. You can be held responsible for everything except murder.

But there are also plenty of other things that could be considered’serious’ crimes, such as being a human being. So why do we put ourselves in the position of such a person? The reason is that we are the ones that are responsible for that person’s actions.

Why do we have to be in this position? It’s not just to be a good person, it’s to be a good citizen. A good citizen can commit many crimes which would not be consideredserious for me. But I think about it a lot. I think about it at times, and I think about how I would live if I were a human being.

You could argue that people shouldn’t be allowed to commit serious crimes at all. That would be a violation of human rights. But the real question is, do we really want it to be the case? What if we were all just robots with no free will and no conscience? We would have no incentive to act ethically, because we would have no reason to. We wouldn’t have any motivation to change our ways if we didn’t have to.

I think most of us would agree that a robot with no choice and no conscience would be more moral than a human. This is because a robot would not be able to feel any remorse or regret for any of his actions. It wouldnt be bothered by what a crime really was, and it would feel none of the guilt or remorse that a human would.

That’s why I think robots would be more moral. Because they wouldn’t feel any remorse for anything they do. All of them would have a similar level of ethics, because they’d all be robots. I think that a robot with no conscience and no feeling would be more moral than a human, because it would feel no remorse and wouldnt care about any of the crimes he’d commit.

As we saw in The Matrix Reloaded, robots are more moral than humans.

As many of you know, we are not robots. We are people who have an actual, physical brain. We are also, in that sense, more moral than humans. Just because we are robots does not mean we are less moral. A robot with no conscience would be more moral than a human, because it would feel no remorse about any of the crimes it would commit.

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