Comment: I believe it would be prudent

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I believe it would be prudent

I believe it would be prudent of you to re-read FBI_Exposers comment; for I fear it has fallen on deaf ears.

You seemed to have read the word "socialists" and jumped to conclusions. Socialism is a philosophy, but more importantly the Fabian Socialists, as FBI_Exposer was pointing out, have the philosophy that if one person is able to gain control of another person, by whatever means, then that is perfectly acceptable to use that person for whatever uses one might have. If you don't know of the Fabian Socialists, which Huxley was one, then it would be in your best interest to look into them.

You seem to infer that philosophy exists in-of-itself in some kind of vacuum void of interaction with anything else; however, philosophy is the basis for every -ism and belief system which exists today.