Replying to LO25439 --
You posed an interesting question.
>The hot question is: where must this "control of the minds of others"
>be stopped and not by way of self "control of the minds of others"?
The question seems to make the assumption that "the minds of others should
be controlled". Why do you feel this is necessary?
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