“if there is a God, chaos and death will appear among it’s
attributes, if God doesn’t exist, it changes nothing, for chaos and
death will be self-sufficient until the end of doesn’t matter
what it’s praised, we are all victims of caducity and dissolution, it
doesn’t matter what is adored because this can’t help in avoiding
anything, the good and the bad have only one common destiny, a common
abyss which hosts saints and monsters, the idea of right and wrong is
nothing but a delirium, at which we cling for convenience.” (Handbook of Chaos)
A number of state have already gotten rid of AA (including the one I live in). Why the hell are you assuming that a less qualified black person would get the job? Do you seriously believe the dept. would risk getting a less qualified person just because of AA? And funny how come white folks NEVER assume or even consider that a less qualified WHITE person is getting the job, or a white person who only got the job because of some well-pulled strings and someone they knew who could do that for them. Let me remind you of this–until the Civil RIghts Act was passe din 1964, white people already HAD affirmative action for themselves for over 300 damn years–and they because they could discriminate against black people and anybody else that wasn’t white and keep them from getting the best jobs so ya;ll wouldn’t have to compete with us. As well as being the majority, which has ALWAYS helped y’all a hell of a lot. Do you actually believe that ALL white folks get certain jobs because they’re qualified for them? Get real–hell, no they don’t, but y’all (white folks) won’t admit that, even as you put in a good word for your best friend’s daughter who just got out of high school with no exp. but needs a job and choose her over a black person who’s more qualified simply because you know said friend’s daughter. White folks do that s*** all the time, and nobody ever calls themselves on it.
The constitution of the Roman republic gave the whole legislative power to the people, without allowing a negative voice either to the nobility or consuls. This unbounded power they possessed in a collective, not in a representative body. The consequences were: When the people, by success and conquest, had become very numerous, and had spread themselves to a great distance from the capital, the city-tribes, though the most contemptible, carried almost every vote: They were, therefore, most cajoled by every one that affected popularity: They were supported in idleness by the general distribution of corn, and by particular bribes, which they received from almost every candidate: By this means, they became every day more licentious, and the Campus Martius was a perpetual scene of tumult and sedition: Armed slaves were introduced among these rascally citizens; so that the whole government fell into anarchy, and the greatest happiness, which the Romans could look for, was the despotic power of the C æ ae originally 'æ'; separated to make searching the text easier sars . Such are the effects of democracy without a representative.