How the philosophy of hate’s cycle of pain preaches in real life

The philosophy of the cycle of hate Naruto Villain Pain has been widely discussed and researched for years since the character was first introduced. on condition Naruto It’s over, the discussion flared up again with Code appearing in Boruto And other villains like Madara and Obito.

Since Nagato/Pain was not evil at first but came from tragic circumstances and was eventually forced into this behaviour, this article will attempt to look at the philosophy itself and then judge it. It is always useful to study some thoughts of those who commit major crimes to see how they think so that the problem can be resolved.

NB: This article will discuss fiction, real-life violence, and discussions of political events. It will also contain spoilers from Naruto Shippuden, And the Boruto. The article reflects only the views of the author.


Payne’s philosophy Naruto How does it translate into real life?

Payne’s philosophy

Naruto It has a lot of villains, heroes and other people who come from tragic backgrounds. From war orphans to slaves to abused children and scientific experiments, the world is rather cold toward many as a colossal failure of previous generations. In many cases, yes, those previous generations bear a lot of responsibility for it.

Paine’s philosophy comes in, that war is the natural state of humanity and that it is his responsibility to save the world from itself, and to inflict pain of such magnitude that no harm comes again. This connects with the circle of hate he wrote that justice and revenge are two sides of the same coin and that the only way to truly achieve peace is through fear and mass death.

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Naruto Uzumaki’s response is that peace through fear or revenge will not work. Even if there were some merits in it, the future Seventh Hojik worked to eradicate the cycle of revenge by achieving peace through friendship and bonds. Naruto succeeds in the role of Hokage then Boruto It is any indication, even if this world is not perfect, that it is better than the world in which the pain arose.

The main theme of the series is: Peace is not possible through fear, pure order or mass death, which only leads to oppression and stagnation and is hardly guaranteed in the long run. It is a Ouroboros that is only destined to repeat the cycle of death and destruction after removing oppression without a long-term plan to defuse the underlying tensions.


The real world

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There was already a massive conflict that held the world hostage many times: both the two world wars and the Cold War. These struggles have produced nothing but pain, death and hardship. Too many countries are still dealing with the fallout from the Cold War, with brutal dictatorships that nurture certain interests as good things and endemic destruction.

Even if we talk about Pain’s ultimate solution when compared to Naruto, Pain fails more than that. Despite being under the grip of the pandemic, wealthier nations stockpiled cures for themselves during the COVID-19 crisis and spread disinformation, closed borders to refugees even before the pandemic, and allowed extremism to fester in different parts of the world leading to yet another disaster.

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Mutual assistance is already one solution to that. Just carrying a huge gun to everyone’s heads wouldn’t solve many of the problems that plagued the world, nor would it cause as much pain as possible.

The idea that all that is needed to save the world is that one person controls everything? Empires tried and fell. mass death? It has already been done and has resulted in nothing but pain and misery for all involved. Persecution still exists in many forms across nations, and simply burning it completely to the ground wouldn’t solve anything.

The idea is very simply: those who advocate more war and violence and that humanity is better off are wronged. Violent extremists are people like Pain in Naruto They have always been the instigators of violence and hatred. It is incompatible with peace and must be rejected at every turn.

There is no humanity to oppress or hate and kill each other. This is a severe shock reaction. What we need is mutual aid, trust and healing of human rights, ensuring a better future than it is now with the rich helping the poor.


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