Mark Zuckerberg’s Banality Of Evil: Evasion and Passive Aggression

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How then, do you know “evil?”

Thank you for asking.

One of the characteristics of a person who has become overtaken by mass demonic persuasion of some sort, is that they can’t answer a question. This is the penultimate passive aggressive weapon.

What does it mean, then to answer a question?

That you answer the question, not the shell of the question, or some insignificant fragment of the question. That you answer the soul of the question, with your soul of an answer.

This is the strongest evidence I have seen for the “Zuckerberg Is A Robot,” conspiracy theory.

Listen to Senator Durbin’s question, then Mark Zuckerberg’s “answer.”

I suppose if Mr. Zuckerberg were speaking to a wall of machine, wires, computer code, that might pass for an answer. It’s not a dialogue between two human beings though. Only one–

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  1. This statement is really profound! “One of the characteristics of a person who has become overtaken by mass demonic persuasion of some sort, is that they can’t answer a question. This is the penultimate passive aggressive weapon.” I have always noticed this about Mark Zuckerberg, but was not able to express this in words until I read that. I feel like this applies to quite a few people in prominent positions like Joe Biden and Susan Wojcicki among many others.

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