Every generation of humans have created fantastic stories in lieu of having a true understanding of how things exist and interact. Religion is at the top of the list, slowing the advancement of the population by turning a blind eye to basic logic and dividing the nations to fight over gods that do not exist. Drawk Kwast is an atheist, a skeptic, and a believer in the incredible potential of the human mind. His understanding of the world is deeply rooted in Evolutionary Psychology, which he has integrated with the tools of neuroscience. He believes that when a person is free to see the world as it truly is, pain, frustration, guilt, and fear dissolve, enabling that person to have the life they desire and impact society in a positive way.
His philosophy is strongly influenced by the works of Ayn Rand, Bruce Lee, Charles Darwin, Friedrich Nietzsche, Christopher Hitchens, Niccolò Machiavelli, Milton Friedman, and Richard Dawkins. He is completely opposed to the Robin Hood mentality. He believes that evolution pushes individuals to better themselves and anything society does in the form of handouts only prevents that process, weakening the entire society. Only hands-on education can power individuals through their evolution.
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"You spring to life, your worldview focuses intensely forward, and everything you do makes sense in relation to your goals."
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