Nietzsche

The Dove and The Hawk: Beauty vs. Razor Sharp Truth

Beginning quote:
"Everything the state says is a lie, and
everything it has it has stolen"
-Friedrich Nietzsche

 

Good evening America.

 

Universally a dove has always represented beauty, love, caring and above all peace to all nations of the world. The dove even designates western morality - what is 'good' and what is 'bad' or 'evil'.

 

As America and other countries soar into the twenty first century this image of two beautiful wings in flight still carry this message of good will.

 

For centuries this symbol of domestic and geo-political advancement can be caricatured as the "BIG LIE". The dove argument explains that because I represent good, therefore I must be strong. Goodness=Strength.

 

Nietzsche's reply: "Verily, I have often laughed at the weaklings who thought themselves good because they had no claws".
(Thus Spoke Zarathustra)

 

In the case of the dove the claws are not razor sharp like the hawk, so its only defence is deception.

 

The hawk is self-evident: He proclaims his truth: "This is who I am, full of intellegence, strength, and a quick eye and I take only what I need to survive. No more, no less".

 

For a least two hundred years the American government has gazed through the eyes of the dove and has gradually and with great proficiency lied and stolen from the American people, beginning with the first amendment right down to a man's boxer shorts. Is this the legacy our younger generation will carry on?

 

This must stop. America must choose. The lie of the dove or the truth in the hawk.

 

End quote:
"The surest way to corrupt a
youth is to instruct him to hold
in higher esteem those who think
alike then those who think.
differently"

-Friedrich Nietzsche