(This is a part from the new draft of the ‘guide for the young patriarch.’ I deleted the older version of the guide and will publish here parts of the new version of the guide as I progress. The new version of the guide is written in a form based on informal logic.)
Premise 1: The validity of an argument or an opinion is determined by how accurately this opinion or argument correlates with reality.
Corollary 1 to premise 1: The validity of an argument is not related to the argument being offensive, sexist, racist or otherwise immoral.
Corollary 2 to premise 1: The validity of an argument is not related to emotional pain it causes to others or yourself.
Premise 2: Humans tend to avoid pain.
Contention 1, based on premise 1 and premise 2: Humans will tend avoid arguments creating pain to themselves or others people they feel empathy to.
Corollary 1 to Contention 1: A world filled with empathy is a world filled with lies.
Corollary 2 to Contention 1: The bad sees the world more clearly than the good.
Corollary 3 to Contention 1: In order to think clearly you must, at least temporarily, be able to eliminate your empathy to yourself and others.
Discussion: Understanding the analysis and ideas in this text will force you to let go completely of political correctness, the desire to not offend others, and to adhering to mainstream ideologues. In this text, truth is more important than feelings. It is better to be outside the box, where everything is open, every statement can be made, and deal with the other “bad” (or not) people here who are immoral. It is better to be free to think the even most horrible thoughts than to go back to the mental prison of politically correct insanity.