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16 Oct
Alexander the Great is taught in US schools to be an icon of Ancient Greece, and Ancient Greece was an influential to the forming to the early US,

South-Asians have viewed Alexander as a bloodthirsty brute, the US seems to display affection through influence for such...
Brutality,

The US was first formed during a time of revolution, and was seen as a sign of hope for progression.

Democracy logistically operated through slavery (Athenian-Greek society)

Seems to be the ideological superstructure the US collectively inherited from Ancient Greece
What changes have to be made in order to change the ideological superstructure?

Has the ideological superstructure warped the economic base too much to even hope to warp it in a more-fitting shape?

To me these questions seem like the wrong questions...
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14 Oct
Actually, I wouldn’t mind the US if it wasn’t for all the hetero-normative, ableist, and every other form of stupidity that’s given space by the purposeful incompetence of the US education system.

Like if Americans don’t know something they’ll just ask questions and pretend...
Like, Americans will demand you to think of the question, and the answer for them.

They want you to do all the thinking for them while they act like a child who isn’t given knowledge like how they’re given a toy,

A finished product ready for immediate use.
The only thing separating Flat-earthers from non-flat earthers,

Are their friends.

Americans were taught to do things without thinking, and to not think for themselves.

Thus, unless you teach them to think for themselves, and to choose the truth...
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