THIS IS A LONG MESSAGE, READ IT IN YOUR FREE TIME AND DO NOT CRY ABOUT ITS LENGTH AS IT HAS ITS REASONS TO BE THIS BIG.
I must say that you sound very much like Jovik who also had his mental issues and manifested in a very similar fashion as you do.
Secondary subjects aside, you are indeed assuming too many untrue things and hypothetical aberrations on which you've based this entire reply that continues the same dramatic non-sense from your previous posts.
Actually, if I'm taking a closer look to your previous replies I can see no difference from the actual one - a fact that sustains the idea in which one or multiple assumptions are standing as base for further arguments.
You're starting the main idea of this message with "I think" which makes it already a part of subjectivity aspect that lies in those paragraphs. It will take me too much time to enumerate all of your assumptions by dissecting them one by one, so I'll just mention them bellow:
1. Assuming that I believe in children's films.
2. Assuming that I believe in the idea in which the villain turns out into a good guy.
3. Starting to generalise a semi-particular case in which people are deceiving one another for their own good (which is the natural order if you ask me), but again, this has nothing to do with my personal life even if I live among people like this.
4. You assume (again) that I'm not capable to understand that people do indeed care more for their own makeup/cosmetized image and refuse to accept the general truth about their own persona.
5. You assume that I think that you're 18...can't even tell from which universe did that come from.
6. Assuming again that I do not understand your reply and that I do not think about difficult subjects that are somehow related to the idea that stands behind your reply.
Six principal points that are defined by one word - "assumptions". Of course that all of them are false and it makes your reply collapse just as your previous theory that states "people do not change" will sink after I'll address to that subject (at the end of this message).
Now let me tell you why you're wrong for each of these "assumptions" that were enumerated above:
1. I am a very solitary person who lives among others, having not too many friends yet respected by everyone when needed. I am aware of the theories that might be discussed when my back is turned but this is a good sign since they still care in one way or another - an opportunity to make them useful in your life, using them without having any kind of compunction and sticking to your own plan and life.
So, where's the "children film" in which you assume that I believe? My statement from above should give you a slight but not defined idea about what kind of a person I am.
2. I do not know how were those assumptions born because I cannot find neither their mother nor their father.
The way in which you're displaying this subject is very puerile and jejune because "the villain" and "the good guy" are very generalised and ambiguous terms. "Good" and "bad" are words that have the role of simplifying the society by categorising its people as two simple labels. We are talking about people that posses very complex characteristics and behaviours - it is simply wrong to define something using terms that are only generalisations which fail to describe the particular case which we have in front.
Again, I do not believe in any kind of fairy tale.
3. Like i've stated earlier, this is the natural order. Every being from our planet have more or less adaptations that will give them a particular advantage when it comes to personal priority. For people to deceive one another is nothing but a natural act from which we can understand the fact that we also have our abilities with the role of accomplishing our goals (used the term "goals" because we are humans).
Society and our human standards says that this is a horrible thing to do, everyone says this yet everyone's deceiving the one that stands right next to them.
So again, you assumed wrong.
4. People are tempted to search perfection and ironically what they find is their own imperfections that are not understood and ultimately not accepted as part of human nature. By stating this will automatically understand why are people choosing to care for their makeup and forget about their imperfect reality.
5. Can't say much about this...I do not know how old are you and it is not that important for me in this current stage.
I also do not understand how could you come with such mad assumption but whatever.
6. You assumed to many things and for this last point I'll only need to say that my understanding of the subject lies in the explanations from my previous posts. But again, this is a very vast subject that embraces many branches that have their own bag of theories and concepts.
This is what you're getting when the assumption is a pillar from your base that sustains your idea - it will collapse as the assumption is revealed as being false.
ABOUT THE ROOT SUBJECT
"people are what they are and do not change"
This is a very complicate subject because again, we are discussing about people, and people are beings that have very complex characteristics that are changed by the internal and external factors with which a respective individual will interact.
People do not change you say...it is true in many cases, but those (as a majority) are very domestic and bound their lives to unrealistic, superstitious and silly concepts. However, there are exceptions that are hard to be spotted or to be found do to our short life spans.
I'll give you an example from my own life:
I was a very ignorant person with a very high superiority complex, extremely arrogant. I simply didn't believe in people and refused to give them any kind of respect.
That was until I've met someone, a woman that made me change. I've started to work on every negative aspect about myself and whenever I was about to make something that would drop down the value of my character I'll just stop and think about the fact that she'll not like to see me doing this.
Because of her I understand what self respect is and that your actions define what kind of a person you are.
So it is not like people do not change.
Yes, people do not change because they elect to stay and remain as they are.