Evils of Corrupting (or otherwise Counteracting) Creativity-Friendly Attitydes

Creativity, which I here feel like calling diversity of beliefs, genders and other aspects that can contribute to a variation of stands about an issue, is very often needed for finding out what is true and what isn't.

In my belief, heterogeneity (-friendly attitudes), give rise to creativity and subjectivity. they can be corrupt or so in fairly many different ways. i believe furthermore that this can happen fairly easily for reasons described here. One fairly basic way of corrupting it is by having it the worthiness variation heterogeneity is about must mean justification of prejudice. This basically happens when it is disturbed by being specified as worthless (or so) unless inclined for an evil cause. Another way is by spiting it, which works because a heterogeneity attitude can itself be fairly much seen as spite against correctness  -  as is described also here.

It is awful bu true that some people deprive each other of freedom and normal life. It is sadistic when captors seem innocent because they are evil enough not to care about their victims. But such things happen, due quite often to anti-heterogeneity and so. It is usually anti-heterogeneity-inclined to use heterogeneity as an excuse for awful feelings of that someone(s) else is (or are) different and thereby bad and inferior, or so. And worse things too, like torturing to death or so, and thus seeming innocent, can happen because of it!

Moreover, it results way too much in dismissal of generalized subjectivity as if it were always prejudice. It is not! There can be very real problems about how variation that can be can be interpreted interpreted as genetic should be interpreted. Because admitting that there are such problems should not be seen as the same as describing that there actually are some variations   -  some between peoples, some between persons, and some perhaps between bloodlines within one people  - to be taken into account at times.

There can also be instances of combinations of traits that together are more  -  at times very much more  -  inclined for evils than either of the bloodlines that the person/-s with those combined heritage combinations pertain to. There are unusual combinations, such as some Indian heritages together with a few Northern and and some Eastern European heritages that combine certain evils such as promoting twenty-nine (plain evil) by that sixty-seven (which has to do with faith) bases its claims against evil upon evil itself  -  and then upon this also an enthusiasm for plain evil as a virtue for being triumphant.

To all this I want to add that those variations in attitude can reflect evil that is almost always semi-evil, meaning, usually, that they proclaim evil to be real, so that delusions that can also lead to prejudice can be dealt with. Those delusions are per se worse than that   -  God, I guess  -  doesn't allow even some exaggerations of the small evils that can be there in some cultures and so. However, it does not excuse for example Falangist movement's prejudices against those not of so-called noble birth or lineage.

Their evils are about both specification based and plain-spite based impediment of what I in this blog usually call heterogeneity. They are into plain-spite based such evils when they have it no one has the right to interfere with their attitude problems except those who are evil enough to use the specification type of impediment upon heterogeneity. Doing so is fairly usual among those who use plain-spite method against it.

Either strategy destroys good by creating a spell based upon anti-heterogeneity. Some of these spells are strong enough to be labelled hypnotic, among those many of the ones used by exactly the Falangists, . It is usually more evil to use hypnosis than other types of such spells  -  and even worse to combine both hypnotic and weaker types of such spells. Dictatorships generally use the hypnotic spells and also combine those with none-hypnotic types  -  and so also did the Falangists, of course.

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