From Naruto, to King Aurthur, to a lot of things, I noticed that they attempt to instill morals in a person and show a person how to be right and virtuous, concerned and caring, friendly and amenable toward people and in the end you succeed. But beneath that, there is still the same message that nature shows you over and over again...
The strong survive and the weak submit.
Neither Naruto nor King Aurthur triumph because they are right, they triumph because they are strong. They are not strong because they are right. There are many people around them that know, feel, and do the right thing also. "Right", truht, justice, equality, and happiness are not rights but privileges handed down by the strong and guarded by the strong. If the strong fall, their sense of right falls with them, replaced by another whose sense of right may be stomping you in the face upon meeting you.
And so the cliche, there is no right nor wrong, no truth or falsehood, only speculation and perspective. My word verses yours, and in the end, if I am stronger and I chose to, I can make you act as I believe. Thus bullying, tyranny, or whatever.
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