The morality of cheating

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From children we are conditioned to believe that cheating is wrong. Don't cheat on board games, don't cheat at school, don't cheat at the gym.

Why? because it's not fair. Messing with the balance of so called fairness is often considered morally wrong, and grounds for punishment.

But fairness does not exist. Is it fair that some people are born beautiful whilst others are born ugly, that some are born intelligent whilst others are born dumb, that some are born rich while others are born poor, thus opening up doors for the lucky few that happen to be born in the right circumstances.

The lucky are given an unfair advantage, yet everyone else is expected to play fair?

We are told by society not to cheat, because it is more advantageous for those with unfair advantages or those who are cheating to have less competition.
BUT
The object of the game of life is to win, not to play fairly. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO COMPETE WITH YOUR PEERS, THE LOGICAL SOLUTION IS TO CHEAT.

If you are unable to build muscle like chad- take roids
If you are ugly - surgery and looksmaxx
bad job, bad IQ, bad personality - find the other solution

THERE IS NOTHING IMMORAL ABOUT WINNING.
 
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