In case there are folks who still don't understand this, let me clarify this for you with an easy homework assignment:
- Read about Martin Luther King on the internet.
- Answer the question for yourself: "After all that he did to help others, what happened to him?"
- Answer: "How many more young kids would have wanted to study and learn and grow up to be like MLK if he had had a happy ending?'
- Answer: "Keeping in mind the legacy of Albert Einstein, when a benevolent and friendly leader generously helps many others and is then 'tossed out' at the end of his/her service, what does that, keeping in mind the answer to the previous question, do to correct projections about the positive futures of the 'ungratefully helped?'"
- Answer: "What do you think would happen to the beneficiaries of any movement if one of the movement's top leaders had his/her contributions to the movement deniably lied about and claimed not to exist, much like the Nazi smears against Jewish scientists in Germany before WW2?"
- Answer: "What can you do to help good-guy leaders who want to be generous and use smart (and possibly secret) to save lives to have happy outcomes, so that more people will want to do that in the future?"
If you're a leader of an important movement, please consider reviewing these ideas before you ruin your group's interests yet again due to short-sightedness and ignorance of science/logic.
-Philip White (philip...@yahoo.com