RE: virus: Absolute Truth

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Fri, 24 May 1996 03:02:19 -0700

Bill Godby wrote:
>At 01:45 PM 5/22/96 -0700, Richard Brodie wrote:
>>Tad wrote:
>>>What is "a principled life" if there is no Absolute Truth?
>>This is a good question, and one that you can start answering for
>>yourself just as soon as you disinfect yourself of the Absolute Truth
>A quick tour through the former Yugoslovia would probably speed the process
>of disinfection.

I am not sure if I understand you, Bill. Correct me if I am wrong. I read
from your post, that you suggest I disinfect myself from the Absolute Truth
meme, and to speed this process you suggest I go to former Yugoslavia.

I do not find it funny. I was raised in so called communist Poland, where
one was taught to follow and not to question -- or one was ridiculed or put
to jail or killed. I feel ridiculed now, rather than provided a sincere
point of view -- Richard's and yours. Do you have one, or you just want to

There is another post-communist interesting meme: to please the leader and
ridicule those who the leader ridicules.

In Yugoslavia they believed "anything goes" because "my truth is as good as
yours" since "there is no absolute truth". Are you suggesting we do the
same everywhere else? This is how I understand your post.

Tad Niwinski from TeTa where people grow
There is no Absolute Truth, although we are getting closer and closer to IT.