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Idealisten Idealists cut through the long night

Time fragmentation can also lead to writing things become quite fragmented, and not much writing in the past few years, often just can not clear the mind. It’s a mess, but since they all knocked it’s good to put it here first.

Idealism corresponds to reality, idealism is the opponent of reality, idealism is a tendency of thought that is above reality and can adjust to reality. The combination of idealism and practice is necessary for idealism. Changing reality is the goal of idealism. The idealistic activity of selecting and creating heroes exists only at the beginning of every great history. Idealism creates myths and reality dissolves them. The goal of idealism need not be the wholesale transformation of society as a whole, but at least in the direction of the well-being of the masses.

In most cases, when we choose “idealist” as the main or primary attribute of an individual, it is often accompanied by a hint of a brave man’s lament. Many people have ideal blueprints for society and reality, but few turn them into doctrines. And the number of people in the group who succeeded in turning them into doctrines stepped on the cusp of the times, there are a thousand times, ten thousand times more ideal witnesses, builders, martyrs, and many people who left in the middle of the process.

Because idealists are fighting against reality, to push reality. And to change the reality that constructs the lives of the majority of people, they have to pay a much stronger force than it, to overcome the inertia of the group, to overcome the resistance of those with vested interests, and to face the unknown road ahead as pioneers. All of these are evidence of the merits of the idealist.

The film inside the Bauerbrink, in the search for the truth on the road, also faced a lot of hardship and thinking.

The collision of idealism and reality.

There are about three prominent contradictions in the movie. One is the dialogue with the American ambassador, who is persuaded that order should be guided by the strong, and that there are always those who need to be sacrificed for the sake of order. One is a conversation with the Foreign Minister, who is asked if the public is not really concerned about the education of their children and the retirement of their parents. The last one is when the facts are made public and the victims easily choose to receive material compensation. The first two are more sophomoric in the film, but they are undeniably long debated issues. The post-war European landscape is a process of building a new American order based on the communist camp as a force of evil, with the United States taking the lead. The loss of the Danish people’s right to information and the deprivation of workers’ health can be seen as the price and bargaining chip of the materialization of citizens’ rights and interests at the state level. The second point is in a sense a preamble to the third question, which is self-referential, but this is often the case. The public cannot be blamed for being short-sighted or focusing only on their own interests. Different stages, different backgrounds, different groups/individuals will always hold different opinions. If everyone was an idealist, it would not seem so valuable. If everyone was an idealist, society would instead fall into chaos and disorder, and too many ideas would inevitably lead to relatively little action. The last one is a real crash into reality, and the end of “The Fool in the Dangerous Building” is similar. It is how idealistic behavior is transmitted from elite individuals to the general public. There is no doubt that, in most cases, ideas and ways of thinking are difficult to spread among groups, and can only be selected for their material aspects or alienated into something that can be understood in a superficial way. The difference in path and focus may also be the difference between a broad thinker and a revolutionary.

In fact, these can be seen as a matter of balance and not as a simple dualism. The idealist is the one who takes the lead in gaining insight into more advanced ideas and tries to change the existing system. Perhaps the result of this change is not necessarily better or more appropriate. But it is a necessary experience and process for society as a whole to reach the next stage of betterment.

The latent danger of the ideal.

This point is actually a bit out of the movie. Paul Brink had coercion and deception in the deposition process, but of course these harmless means were properly utilized and eventually led to a very good ending. What I have in mind here is only a possibility that this leads to, the idealist is consumed by his own “supremacy” “doctrine”, in order to achieve the goal and violate the rights of others, break the existing balance but can not clean up the situation after the loss of balance. The higher the tide of the times, the more violent the tide, and the more individuals are drawn into the ferocious waves. This is inevitable. But at the same time, it does not avoid the destructive and violent nature that lurks in the idealists.

Individual interests and ideals.

On one side of the scale is the risk of going to jail, and on the other side is bringing the truth to light. There is a compromise, but for the idealist, 50% is next to 0, and 1 is still separated by a rift. The film is fragmented with a lot of Brink’s family life, his partner, his new life, his teeth. In the end, Brink decides to take away all the truth, and the result is naturally a fall into the abyss of physical freedom and happiness. There may have been hesitations, but at the National Archives he looked up and forward, his gaze passing through walls, through streets, mountains and rivers, to reach everyone who was waiting. He completed the part of the ideal self, as to the extent and depth of the influence of externality, which is far beyond the scope of individual effort. Everything he did, the effort and sacrifice, deserves a tribute. For the idealist, it is not only sacrifice sacrifice that makes the soul seem noble; sacrifice is not necessary, but if one chooses to sacrifice it is worth receiving tribute.

The idealist is like a meteor, burning itself, smashing into the silent, ancient earth, turning into a deafening sound and blindingly bright light. A huge jet of air overturns everything around it, filling it with smoke. After this, it may be new life, may return to dead, or may just leave a scorched earth. But in any case, it has completed its mission. Not every idealist is doing the right thing, but every idealist will always have his meaning.

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