Information Transparency

Anticipatedly, as we grew over time, we began attracting attention and encountering diverse viewpoints.

Initially, we were unwilling to invest our time in them. However, later on, we recognized that studying and documenting them could provide valuable data for scholars interested in the study of human social behavior. This realization motivated us to meticulously record their actions.

These individuals typically display the following characteristics and behavioral patterns:

    • Initially, they made unreasonable demands of us.

    • When their demands were rejected, they revealed an unsavory side, transitioning from requests to threats.

    • Following subsequent rejections, they became irrational and commenced spreading false rumors, accusing us of being scammers.

In their performances, we can distinctly perceive their frustration, disappointment, anger, resentment, fear, and deception. They urgently seek an outlet for these emotions and, more importantly, the need to find allies; otherwise, this frustration will inevitably consume them.

To attract like-minded individuals, they boldly announce, "Here, we can accommodate your weaknesses, defeats, foolishness, incompetence, and lies." It's as if they are proclaiming to the world, "Despite our weaknesses, defeats, foolishness, incompetence, and deceit, when we unite, we can change the world and make history."

They are correct, at least in possessing one of the most fundamental human virtues: unity. They uphold this even during their most perplexing times. They unite to form a community, asserting that weaknesses, defeats, foolishness, incompetence, and lies are not wrong. It is you who are mistaken for not meeting their demands; you are at fault.

From an alternative perspective, we are grateful for them, as their emergence has unveiled those who were concealed in various corners of the world. Dust is unwelcome because it is scattered and disorganized. When countless dust particles combine, they form clumps, making it much more manageable to handle.

For this courageous group, we extend our blessings. We wish them all a content and joyous life.

Yuval Noah Harari postulated in "Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind" that in post-modern society, ethical and moral viewpoints may become more diverse and subjective, lacking universally applicable absolute standards for determining what is "right" or "wrong."

In this sense, perhaps we can offer assistance to anthropologists and historians in analyzing the activities and thoughts of modern humans by meticulously recording their data.

Nonetheless, these individuals come from various parts of the world, with diverse lives, education, and cultural backgrounds. After all, they express their own understanding of society through their actual actions. As a dataset, they represent entirely different data types, enriching the database of post-modern society. In this regard, they are deserving of respect.

Now, if you're willing, please enjoy their performance by clicking on their profile picture.



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