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Barbarism and Confrontation
A belittled boy confronts his father with a challenge to make things right, and is sent by his father to the medical profession to make a complaint about the Doctors who cut on him. While challenging the doctors, they decide to compromise him so he won't be able to charge them with malpractice.
His father, who realized that his son made a pretty good case against the physicians cutting on them now believes that his son's daughter would suit him far better than his son did, and obliges the medical system to be rid of the threat his son's become by taking his daughter.
And as the young man matures, he begins to realize that consent for the procedure he charged the Doctors with really came from his father, and that his children - taken by the physicians worried about what the boy will do with his low opinion of himself, may already be with his father, who's now too dangerous to talk to.
The challenge of resolving conflicts like these may met by use of Contracts, Agreements, and compliance with Publishing Standards. Legal services may not fair as well. Many other forms of communication, such as telephones, and email, which was used to build the Internet are failing as a result of human preferences, and Social Networks, bound by rules of engagement are failing the rule of law.
A young man confesses to a physician the examination of a wound he discovers after finding blood in the laundry. As a result, the physician begins to suspect his patient of foul play. The investigation of his suspicion leads the physician to his own procedure, circumcision, and a child's belief that by it he has been soiled, robbed, and victimized.
Because the young man remembers this childhood discovery as a shameful incident, religious people expect the young man to pay for his childhood sin by surrendering his children, and the doctor compromises the young man to avoid the charges the child in him makes.
By studying the boy's children to determine what the boy did to evaluate circumcisions (in this case, children who have no knowledge of his behavior because they were never even with him), they can cover for every possibility to be sure.
And while the boy's under suspicion for investigating what the doctor did, the original perpetrator, the father who authorized consent for the procedure, replaces him as the parent. After all, the father now fully aware of what the problem is - ought to be able to accept that what was considered bad for boys, would be better for girls.
But for the cost of a personal computer, and a few months of trial and error, anyone can join the fray to challenge the exploitation and create an opportunity. IMID will be here to help you learn to do what we've already done, and to help you avoid a few of the pitfalls we've encountered along the way.
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Is it okay to tell the truth?
The truth works because we rely upon what we know, not what we think we know, or what others tell us. Only you know your truth, don't be afraid to use it!
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What if we're offended?
Is the Internet a safe place to take our problems? Can we expect to get help online, and if so, how do we proceed?