On equality

… The battle cries for equality always come from below, from the egoistic and opportunistic quarters.

Equal opportunities don’t make any sense from the point of view of superiority in any domain, and what’s irrational can’t be fair: not from the physical or the talent point of view and definitely not from the point of view of the intellect;

the athlete will not find it fair that he’s not allowed to perform, the scientist will not find it fair that he can’t progress with his research in his own pace, the superior state man (who is only qualified by the intellect and corresponding style) will find the proposition nonsense and sick to switch roles with an opportunistic and corrupt small man: not because of personal disadvantage, since any office with responsibility for the community is above the individual, but because it’s not fair to anybody (more on the question of equality, see In defense of aristocracy from Anthony Ludovici).

Not only is the irrational never fair, it is also always dangerous!

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