Let “It” Die: 1

Many men talk about “preserving civilization”. But is it worth it? Let me explain..

The difference between a parasite and a commensal or symbiont is that parasites provide no net benefit to their host, and frequently injure/kill it. By that definition, isn’t the current version of “civilization” closer to a parasite than anything remotely useful, reciprocatory or trustworthy- as far as most men are concerned.

A parasite can be impressive, but it is still a parasite. So why care about the well-being of a parasite?

Why would a rational human being care about something that does not reciprocate the favor? Yes.. caring about anything other than your own selfish interest is a favor, one which can be continued only if it is reciprocated.

Would you keep on paying for a product/service that was not delivered or faulty. Would you pay for cars that explode frequently and randomly? What about paying bills to utilities that did not provide you the service/utility they billed you for? Would you pay for treatments/drugs that made you sicker or killed you more quickly?

I bet that most of you would never willingly take that crap from a company/utility or “professional”. So why are you willing to sacrifice for a concept which does not reward you? If anything, “it” treats you as a lesser disposable human who is stupid enough to care and continue caring inspite of the very obvious.

As I have often said before, let “it” die.

Comments?

  1. the dude
    October 29, 2010 at 7:53 pm

    So do you want more government or not, which is the biggest parasite. Your posts are not consistent.

    I don’t care for a system which does not benefit me – government or private. Having said that, a semi-functional government beats an anarchy run by thugs who are accountable to nobody.

  2. AC
    October 30, 2010 at 2:52 am

    I have always agreed. If some mad scientist somewhere can make a zombie apocalypse a reality I will worship him the rest of my life.

    Seriously, a complete and total collapse of the world’s financial system would be the greatest thing to grace our crappy little planet.

  3. P Ray
    March 13, 2019 at 9:53 pm

    Would you keep on paying for a product/service that was not delivered or faulty. Would you pay for cars that explode frequently and randomly? What about paying bills to utilities that did not provide you the service/utility they billed you for? Would you pay for treatments/drugs that made you sicker or killed you more quickly?

    Why yes. Airlines of the world certainly did!

  1. October 31, 2010 at 1:44 pm

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