Aristotle: Enslave the Priests’ Greatest Enemies

by markdyal

“There are indeed natural slaves,” says one of the herd’s wisest priests. “Those whose bodies are strong, whose fires rage beyond the protective veil of civilization, whose instincts seek conflict and thrill in battle and deny the just and learned council of established tables of values, whose minds are indisciplined and unrestrained by the calm security of rationality – those who live without the stings of duty and guilt. These men,” says the wise one, “are those who MUST BE LED.”