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A Question for People who want to kill the World / Everyone / who are Genocidial / Psychopaths

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posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 06:43 AM
I just don't get it.

Tell me guys: (and I mean YOU, who ACTUALLY want / plan to do it!)
What's the point in absolutely killing everything/ everyone?
What kind of benefit do You really get from murdering every living being on this planet?
What do You get from killing every Human possible?

What's up with this thought? I heard this so many god-damn times that i'm fed up of it.
No one has actually done it, then why people even bother saying it then? They didn't even really TRIED it.
Are these people cowards for saying something first and later just don't do in the end?

I've always wondered that. Heck, i even had thoughts like these on my own.
But good thing i always question everything there is out there, including my own behaviour and mind-processes.
My reason for that was, because
1: I was under devilish-control and
2: I was under the impression Mankind can't do any better and deserves it. (Because they harm nature, so i wanted to eradicate all the Bad guys ONLY)

But not long ago i realized that this is not true. Not one bit. Everyone deserves a second Chance. And no one deserves Death. Even if they are a Mass-Murderer.

So would You kindly PLEASE tell me what do You plan to do after You have annihilated absolutely EVERYTHING on this Planet / Universe? (Including, Plants, Bacteria, spiritual beings, etc.)
What Do You actually do with a dying / dead world?
Not to mention the fact that You would be, in fact, the last thing that is still alive. You can't live without Plants and nature that feeds You, Ya know?
Would You then just commit suicide to fulfill Your "Master-Plan"?
Or would You rather enjoy the tomb-like silence and loneliness?

I doubt that anyone here on ATS is a TRUE genocidial Murderer, but i think some people might even have the nerve to create an account just to answer me.

So, please if You do, answer honestly.
I won't judge You (yet). I just want to know the 'reasons' one actually has for this.
I even doubt that most of these "humans" even planned further then the destruction of Mankind.
What could possible be the next step after that? There's just nothing left (for You). So what? What's the point???

Will You then proceed to go to the next planet /civilisation to wreck havoc again?

(I know it's pointless to argue or even negotiate with the Evil, because they chose to be like that, but still i want to know thier 'reasons')

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 06:48 AM

originally posted by: Sword0fJustice
What kind of benefit do You really get from murdering every living being on this planet?
What do You get from killing every Human possible?

Who has expressed this wish?

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 06:49 AM
You might want to check the definition of the word “hyperbole” in a dictionary...

And while I’m here...
Some people do deserve death.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 06:50 AM
Like Alfred said "some people just want to see the world burn".
It is their lack of compassion and emotion psychopaths and to think many of them hold power.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 06:51 AM
a reply to: Sword0fJustice

Good post. Finally something to take me away from my boredom.

Well. *If* someone would be inclined to end mankind, I think it'd be limited to mankind and not include literally every lifeforms on Earth. Mankind would probably be the only one in focus.

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posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 06:52 AM

originally posted by: Sword0fJustice

What's the point in absolutely killing everything/ everyone?

My main reason for supporting the Masonic/NWO depopulation agenda is I truly hate the lines at the supermarket so you all need to go.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 06:56 AM

Everyone deserves a second Chance.

I agree. But then, how many chances should everyone be allowed?

If there is no motive to learn from our mistakes, then how can we be convinced to mend our mistakes?

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:06 AM
I can't say that I am immune to anger. And whenever I see groups of people doing evil, I do have to keep reminding myself that there are many others who do good.

However I think ending mankind is not the solution, and it wouldn't even work. Life always finds a way, to quote Michael Chricton.

Mending mankind's wrongs take intelligence and actual care. The only way I can see that happening is by forming a league of "heroes". Not the kind of of heroes that shoot spiderwebs or that can fly and have super strength (though that would be appreciated), but actual people who clean human messes in nature, who help out animals, who carry out gestures of kindness, and who can actually balance out arseholes and eventually make the arseholes unattractive and obsolete.

Only through actual effort can the problem be solved.

edit on 15-3-2018 by swanne because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:10 AM
a reply to: Sword0fJustice

It's not really the 'killing' of 'everyone', it's the killing of the madness that has enveloped our 'society', if you can call it that.

We live in a corporate, greedy world where money talks and common sense is replaced by Political Correctness. A world at war all for resources ran by people who are only interested in amassing huge amounts of unnecessary wealth just to be the one that says they have the most and god help you if you're born without that silver spoon or that special surname.

Average people are sick and tired and sure, there is no excuse for the violence and deaths these people cause and you have to look at the what is making these people do the things they do. To take it so far that they have no other option but to snap and take out all their frustrations on the nearest School, Government building, etc.

There are people who will do these things if we lived in a perfect society but we cannot deny that most of these happenings are by broken individuals, broken by a broken system

All Empires fall, this one is no different. It's just a matter of time.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:12 AM
a reply to: TheMadTitan


But then, no empires ever completely vanish without a trace.

There are always people (either good or bad) that remain.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:17 AM
a reply to: Sword0fJustice

I’m pretty sure you are watching too many movies lol..

Real people don’t even remotely think they could “kill everyone..”


posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:20 AM
a reply to: Sword0fJustice

I think you have this backward a little bit.

The collapse of the human race as we know it, the end of so called civilisation is not going to be caused by a deliberate and thought out effort to destroy it, but instead a concerted effort on the part of a small few, to profit from it at all, at any cost, up to and including its destruction.

As with many things in this world, for those in the driving seat, its about being at the front regardless, holding all the coin, holding all the keys, being the people in charge and remaining that way, about the journey, not its inevitable end, and the end of the species along with it.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:28 AM
a reply to: Sword0fJustice

I want better odds when I play the Powerball.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:30 AM
a reply to: swanne

Well, yes. There will always be good and bad people regardless of how perfect a society is. There will always be someone opposed to being told what to do and there will always be someone who needs to be told what to do. 'Good' and 'Evil' are human constructs and as such, are subjective. One persons idea of 'Good' and 'Evil' can differ wildly to the next.

For example, a person that blows up a government building might believe, from their point of view, that the particular corporation is Evil and what they did is for the greater Good. Everyone working in that building is therefore, Evil, in the perpetrators eyes and in others eyes, the perpetrator is Evil.

I think what we need to look at are morals. What is morally right or wrong is defined by the society we live in and it's always changing because the goalposts are moved all the time. Is it morally right for gas and electric companies to hike prices throughout winter causing people to die because they can't afford to have the heating on? Of course it isn't, that is morally bad but it happens. Such things cause people to lose faith in the system and if the system fails just one person, then that system does not work.

Yes we see evidence of fallen civilisations and we continue to make the same mistakes, ad infinitum.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:32 AM
a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

I sadly can relate to this, too

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:33 AM
Personally I don't want to kill everyone and everything.
In saying that though, I do occasionally ponder on such things open mindedly.
Of course what I am about to say will trigger a lot of people incapable of reading and understanding context and who are just knee jerkers to all that goes against their world perception.
All I ask is you consider what I am saying here, not what you THINK I am saying.
This is just a point of view for discussions sake. But I know it aint gonna be a popular view.

If other animals are a pest or breeding out of control and are a threat to humanity like rats, mice, cockatoos, starlings, kangaroos and more. We have no problem 'dealing with them'. Usually through culling or exterminating them.
But we have a different set of rules as always for human pests.

Same for identifying animals. We can see both Chihuahuas and Pitbulls as dogs.
Despite them both being dogs, we're allowed to state neither are equal. We can point out their physical and psychological differences. We do not have to treat them or perceive them as equals.
Again not so with humans.
Why is that?

If you can clearly see a difference between 'breeds' of humans.... why can you not point those differences out.
I'll treat all humans equally myself, judge people on their actions not their genetics. But sad fact of the matter is on a purely scientific level and despite what feels tell us to believe. Not all men are created equally.

Right now I have a rat in my house. I have laid traps, I am gonna kill that sucker. Not because I want to. I feel no ill will as such towards it, it's just doing what rats do, it is not intentionally thinking "Hmm might go # with that human over there because he doesn't worship the Rat God like I do so he deserves some urine and poo in his cornflakes".
But it is a risk to my health and well being, so I do what I must. If I capture and release it, well unless I want to drive to the middle of the outback to do so, it will either return or become someone else's problem.
Would you keep capturing and releasing the same rats over and over?
Nope, because most of us know insanity is doing the same # over and over and expecting different results.

But again. It is different when it comes to humans.
Someone enters my house and is threat to me and my familys health and well being. I'm not allowed to kill that sucker. Heck I may even be sued or gaoled if I do not incapacitate them correctly.
Unlike the rat that human is intentionally a threat to me. Rat is looking for food and shelter, that human is looking to ruin me for their own selfish reasons and benefits.
"You have nicer TV than me, you should be injured or die so I can have it!"

I kill the rat, it's family doesn;t come looking for revenge. I kill the human pest and I could have more show up.

But again. I cannot treat the more dangerous animal as equally as the smaller less dangerous one. Why? Because perceived intelligence? Because it can talk? Because it is physically similar to me?

Kind of the same on a global level with various humans and nations. Regardless of what people say, some are pests, a threat to mankind, always have been, always will be.

When do we say "Insanity is doing the same # over and over and expecting different results. Let's try something different."?

Now again don't get me wrong, I am a pacifist, but many days I do begin to think.... "All it would take is a couple of big bombs."
Some times I find myself thinking, maybe we should do the job properly this time and be done with it once and for all.

Is it evil? Evil and good is a subjective thing.
For me wiping out a civilized and peaceful human (or even animal) population is evil.
But evil for me is also seeing a problem, a threat, a danger. Letting pain and suffering that could be ended in one fell swoop allowed to continue and not doing what needs to be done to end it.

Sure wiping out any breed of animal, or even breed of human might seem evil. But if it ended all the BS holding us back and entered mankind into a new age of technology, peace and civilization would it be worth it?
Maybe not now. But 200 years after the fact? I mean time heals all wounds.

But yeah, how long should we sit on our hands using the same ineffective means to get us where we need to be?

Of course it comes down to perception. World views. Personal mindsets and all that.
No breed of human will ever come out and say "Yeah, we're the problem here. Something really needs to be done about that"
And I guess that is why we cannot genocide. Because who would get to decide who has to go?
We'll all label each other as the problem, never ourselves. Even if we can see with our own eyes where the problems lay.
I mean you see 4 guys start kicking the crap out of someone for reasons, you know who the bad guys are and who needs to go.
Sadly most though will see those 4 guys are wearing the same football jersy's so they will side with them. Because team colours do an amazing job of justifying actions in our heads.

I dunno, not saying genocide is the answer. But maybe if it was put on the table. The world came together and said "right! we've had enough of these 2000 year old belief wars, rapes and murder etc." and issued an ultimatum to all"

"You got one month to stop all wars and other such BS. Any country doing horrible crap to humanity with a month from now will just be completely wiped out. COMPLETELY. No one left to be enemies and come for revenge and keep the BS going."

Maybe that would be enough to make everyone pull their head in.
Got a feeling though you'd need to still make an example or two before people got the lesson.

Sure it seems horrible. Innocents will be caught up in it. But don't the needs of the many out weight the needs of the few or sumthin'?

Now excuse me, I got a rat to kill. But as I said. Very few will have a problem with that.
And that's the point I guess. Some rats we can kill and that's fine. But some rats you gotta just leave them alone and let them be the horrible nasty little vermin they are for some reason.

Any wonder humans confuse me? lol.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:46 AM
Atmoic'Roo, i totally agree with You. Exactly my view on this world, too!

But the thing is, many people don't realize how painful thier actions really are.
For example torture or even saying bad things about someone.
They don't know the pain and therefore can do it without any kind of remorse.
IF they know the pain, then they probably won't do it.

And this is were the REAL problem is: The ignorance of the Pain You have inflicted upon others.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:50 AM
Also i didn't expect to get THAT many replies this fast!

But sadly, these really aren't the answers i was hoping to recieve. But i don't complain.
You guys have great views! (Especially You MadTitan and swanne!)

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:54 AM
a reply to: TrueBrit

That's what i'm familiar with. The Illuminati doing thier "thing".
But what are they going to do with a dead world?
What kind of profit do You get from that?
Hell, even the devil doesn't want a dead world made up of ash.
He / It wants a world full of terror and slaves that are under his / its control.

posted on Mar, 15 2018 @ 07:58 AM

originally posted by: Sword0fJustice
I sadly can relate to this, too

Don't worry, soon none of you will have to deal with it.

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