The Lesson of Amy Biehl
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by Dr. William Pierce.
“Some of our traits are not really faults in themselves, but they have nevertheless been turned against us by external enemies. For example, there’s our combination of objectivity, altruism, and universalism, which has so often been used by our external enemies to manipulate us for their advantage and to our great disadvantage. Our enemies have discovered that it is very easy to make us feel sorry for them or feel guilty because they are inferior to us in some way, or to convince us that we must bend over backward to be nice to them because we owe them compensation for some past wrong we have done them.”
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