Rene Descartes said "I think, therefore I am". If you ask someone on the street what that quote meant, they probably wouldn't be able to tell you.
Descartes developed a thought experiment that essentially led to this conclusion. The experiment involved trying to imagine your mind floating around without the body and vice versa. Descartes found it rather easy to imagine his mind existing without his body. He couldn't, however, imagine his body existing without his mind. This led him to the conclusion that he exists because he is thinking; he exists because of his mind ~ I think, therefore I am.
The ability to think, therefore, becomes very powerful. Some quantum physicists attest that the Universe itself cannot exist with the mind entering into it. If the ability to process thoughts is so powerful, then surely the rate, capacity and intensity at which you think has an affect on the overall power you possess.
The Government and those who rule this world understand this to be true. History is riddled with the evidence of those in power eliminating potential threats of those who harnessed great thinking ability; especially ones who disagreed with them. These people are known as subversives.
Thinking, in any other manner in which is expected of you to be a functioning entity of society, has been expressively discouraged throughout the chronology of time. In the event one should surpass these expectations, one becomes a potential threat to the system. In this regard, if you think, you must be dangerous.
Guy Fawkes, Anonymous, and a plethora of other subversives (whether you like 'em or hate 'em) have persistently questioned and fought back against the powers that attempt to remove your ability to think beyond what is expected of you. Don't be a sheep, be a lion.
I think, therefore I am dangerous.
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