As many of you know, I have negative compassion for CONservative whites… OK, older whites in general. You might also be aware that I am a very strong supporter of quality of life over quantity. Hence I am strongly in favor of euthanasia on demand- especially for terminal illnesses. Now, some of you might put 2 + 2 together and wonder if I would be happy to see older whites just kill themselves on a large-scale. Surprisingly the answer is no.
I would prefer the option of euthanasia be not available to older white people.
The ability to inflict pain, degradation and abuse requires the person to be alive. You cannot torture, abuse or degrade a corpse, because a dead person is just a piece of rotting meat as there is nobody inside the meat bag. Furthermore, we already have the best system of torture, degradation and abuse for the rapidly aging white demographic.
Profit-oriented healthcare for old people is the probably the most ingenious system of torture and abuse ever devised by mankind.
Let me be clear about one thing- I am NOT against treating ailments and diseases in older people. Far from it, I believe that doing so properly can considerably improve your productive and healthy lifespan. Nor am I suggesting that drugs which improve quality of life alone (such as Testosterone supplements and PDE5 Inhibitors) are vanity or foolishness.
However the healthcare systems in developed countries, especially in the USA, are not meant to improve the lifestyle or quality of life of a person. They are meant to create a new and loyal customer whose desperation and fears can be used and abused to maximize the income of doctors, nurses, hospital administrators, pharmacists, insurance companies, medical device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies.
The system has little interest in increasing the symptom free and functional lifespan of people, especially those with chronic diseases. It is about keeping them alive to milk the most money out of their misery, pain and the fear of death. Hence we see that the system tends to spend an inordinate amount of time, money and resources to keep hopelessly ill and dying people around for a few more months. Ever notice the fake concern that physicians display for older cancer patients and how they try to push them towards ineffective to marginally effective therapies they themselves would never take? Would they display the even a fraction of that concern for those people if they were not dying from something they could not make money off?
You can make much more money of a slowly dying patient with no chance of even a partial recovery that you ever could from someone who is relatively healthy or highly functional but medicated- let alone someone who dies very quickly.
There is also a lot of money in prescribing treatments that barely work, performing surgical procedures of marginal efficacy, suggesting lifestyle changes that are counterproductive or just testing people to find something to treat. The mindset of those in, or involved with, the medical systems in many developed countries make traditional organized crime look naive and humane by comparison. When is the last time a wise guy (of any race) told you that he entered his profession to serve humanity and help those in need? How often do organized crime types pretend that their activities are in your best interests? Seriously?
Profit and money oriented healthcare for the old and dying does an incredibly good job at dehumanizing, torturing, abusing and extorting desperate people. The best part is that they do it with full social approval, a straight face and clear conscience. I say, why stop a system that is already doing such an amazing job at realizing my vision. Why do something by yourself when others are enthusiastically doing it for you?
Making the option of euthanasia readily available might cause many older white people to actually choose that over spending the last few months of their lives rotting away in a whir of fancy hospital beds surrounded by phony and nameless people who see them as tools for paying for a house remodeling, investment opportunity or fancy new car.
What do you think? Comments?