The Problem Of Evil And Freewill

The bad guys seem to win usually don’t they? Sadly AI can’t fix it either it seems. Nothing written below will have any effect on the likes of Trump or Farage or any other would be hate preaching politicians. Usually it’s all about power and money for them.

 “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law” is a call for individuals to align themselves with their True Will, to live authentically and in accordance with their deepest nature. It is about self-discovery, self-realization, and the pursuit of one’s higher purpose rather than indulging in base desires or selfish pursuits. All very laudable except that’s not how most people see it when they read that phrase, but rather “Do whatever the F***” you want”

Computer says:

Dealing with evil, whether it manifests in individuals, groups, or societal structures, is a complex and multifaceted challenge. Here are some strategies that can be employed to address and counteract evil:

1. Personal Actions

  • Self-Reflection and Moral Integrity: Cultivate personal virtues such as empathy, compassion, and integrity. Regularly reflect on your actions and their impacts on others.
  • Education and Awareness: Educate yourself and others about the nature of evil, historical instances, and psychological factors. Awareness can help in recognizing and countering harmful behaviors.

    And when all that’s failed what next. Many politicians don’t seem to find much merit in the points listed above do they.

2. Interpersonal Strategies

  • Promote Dialogue: Encourage open and honest communication. Many conflicts and misunderstandings can be resolved through dialogue.

    Except that you can’t have a dialogue with these people can you. They will just gaslight even harder
  • Don’t be a C***; Always a good starting point I feel though very hard to implement.
  • Set Boundaries: Establish and maintain clear boundaries with individuals who exhibit harmful behaviors.Running away doesn’t stop them doing bad though. Protect yourself and others from potential harm, but most people can’t as they have no way to do that.
  • Support Systems: Build and participate in supportive communities that promote positive values and behaviors.

    A lovely idea but it has no effect on the perpetrators.

3. Societal and Structural Approaches

  • Legal and Judicial Measures: Advocate for and support laws and regulations that prevent and punish evil actions, such as human rights abuses, corruption, and violence.
  • Social Programs: Support initiatives that address the root causes of evil behaviors, such as poverty, lack of education, and social injustice.
  • Cultural Change: Promote cultural norms that value kindness, fairness, and respect for all individuals. Media, art, and education can play significant roles in shaping these norms.

    If you can do it before they shut you down of course.

4. Psychological and Philosophical Insights

  • Understanding Motivations: Study the psychological and philosophical underpinnings of evil actions. Understanding the motivations can help in developing effective interventions.
  • Forgiveness and Rehabilitation: Where possible, focus on rehabilitation and forgiveness rather than retribution. Many individuals who commit evil acts can change with proper support and guidance.

5. Global and Collective Efforts

  • International Cooperation: Support international organizations and treaties that aim to prevent and address global issues such as genocide, terrorism, and environmental destruction.
  • Activism and Advocacy: Engage in activism to raise awareness and push for changes at local, national, and global levels. Join or support organizations that work towards justice and peace.

6. Spiritual and Ethical Considerations

  • Spiritual Practices: For those who are religious or spiritual, practices such as prayer, meditation, and ethical teachings can provide guidance and strength in confronting evil.
  • Ethical Frameworks: Adopt and promote ethical frameworks, such as the Golden Rule or human rights principles, to guide behavior and decision-making.


Dealing with evil requires a combination of personal development, community engagement, structural changes, and global cooperation. While it is a daunting challenge, concerted efforts across multiple levels can create a more just and compassionate world.

So we are screwed then I guess 🙂