Curtis Yarvin Quote

Hominids crave power, and they rationalize it as responsibility. No one ever achieved power by promising to enslave his followers. It is always about improving the world, at least from the perspective of prospective supporters. And it is almost always sincere. Insincere leaders are very rare, because hominids are very good at detecting insincerity. It is much easier to delude others if at the same time you delude yourself.


The Price of Muscle-Flexing, 2Blowhards (January 30, 2007)

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Hominids crave power, and they rationalize it as responsibility. No one ever achieved power by promising to enslave his followers. It is always about ...

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Hominids crave power, and they rationalize it as responsibility. No one ever achieved power by promising to enslave his followers. It is always about ...

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Hominids crave power, and they rationalize it as responsibility. No one ever achieved power by promising to enslave his followers. It is always about ...

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Hominids crave power, and they rationalize it as responsibility. No one ever achieved power by promising to enslave his followers. It is always about ...