Conditions and Circumstances Annihilate the Freedom of Choice – Why we, Western people, have turned into mass slaves without a freedom of choice?

Western philosophy for centuries has asked itself, do we have a free will or god commands us to think and act as god likes?

Now even though many rational philosophers came to the conclusion that we have a free will. And therefore we can choose what to do with our lives ourselves.

Still, they did not consider the conditions and the circumstances of our lives that had predestined our wills and our choices by the gods of earth. That were those who controlled the social power of the time. And told people what to think and what to do.

So, today western men and women think that they have a choice. They think that they have a free will. And therefore they can choose what to think and what to do! And no one can tell them this. Right?

They think that they can choose to work or to rest. They think that they can choose their companions based on love. And they think that they can choose their careers based on merit! 

However, here I like to ask, you who think so, do you ever consider the conditions and the circumstances of these choices? 

Do you ever think that you chose your career because of merit or because of luck and because you grovelled well, and did what they told you to do?

Do you ever think that you really choose your companion because of the feeling of love or because of one’s social status and perhaps because of a predefined cultural thinking? That in turn controls your con….

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Dr A.C is a philosopher, activist, online presenter and the author of seven eBooks that can be found on amazon. He currently is working on his eighth book that is called "The Workings of the U.K State MAFIA." And that can be pre-ordered on amazon. Also Dr A.C is presenting a weekly online show that is called, "The Freedom of Ideas Show" and that is about the freedom of ideas, social justice in general, truth, reason, the right of being heard and the right of participation.