RE: Ethics Are What The Majority Invent in Order to Keep Themselves Enslaved
My theory is that there are several people writing under the "@kyriacos" name as the quality and depth of the posting varies surprisingly. This post is not only shallow but the language used is less sophisticated and includes more errors than other posts signed @kyriacos that I've read.
The @kyriacos I prefer would have probably noted that "morals" have a social function. Yes, in any human society there is a trade-off between individual freedom and the common best interest. "Morals" represent the boundary, the set of rules that are used as "signaling" of your degree of attachment to the society that set out those rules.
In Germany, it might be seen as immoral to cross the street when the traffic light is red even if the street is empty. Not so in other places.
Atheism and anarchism are both feared and loathed because they threaten the social fabric. In truth, both are social ills.
Ascribing to moral laws is giving out to a reasonable fear - an individual has a lot more objective reasons to fear when alone in a hostile world than when protected by a group of kin. Ascribing to moral laws is most of the time simply the smart thing to do: giving up some individual freedom in exchange for predictability.
Because this is what the others in the group are asking of any individual: to behave predictably, at least in certain situations