posted on May, 25 2009 @ 10:50 PM
I cannot believe the posts I have read that agree with this. You all really think this is the way to make the world a better place? The talk of
burdens of handicapped or old family members, that is the biggest crock I've heard all week. Whatever happened to sticking with the family no matter
what? Maybe it's a white thing to view family members as burdens and my hispanic is coming out. We look out for one in another in our families and
stick together no matter what, that is how it is like in my family and all others. Selfishness is what I see here.
The day you decide to become a family man, you take up that responsiblity fully, no matter how normal or unnormal your kids are, and you respect the
elderly in your family too. They have lived a long life and have a lot of wisdom to share. But I guess if you have an autistic child, or you have a
kid in a wheelchair that needs help getting into the bathroom, it's such a horrible burden that you have to miss sitting on your butts watching some
pointless tv show, or some playoff game on tv is more important and such interuptions are just to much to handle.
Then there's the talk of getting rid of those who aren't contributing to society, using up money. Stop there, for one, the powers that be, as well
as the people, have created society. Money is a made man thing that is obviously turning people insane enough to use nazi ideas just to save a few
bucks! Medical costs? They are set to out of this world prices because the powers that be have made it that way, so now it has eventually created a
rift among the people as well as division, bitterness, and a lot of holier than thou attitudes.
Also, the healthcare system only makes you better enough to be sick again, so chances are they have cures for many diseases that are causing disablity
but why bring out the cure if you can be fitlhy rich selling medicines? The problem isn't the ones being called burdens of society, it's the system
and how it's set up that needs to be changed. It has gotten huge and is expanding even more, and it gets more corrupt by the day. This is the lazy
and simple way of trying to improve the so called system, and it is not the answer.
Also, what makes you think that this would only stop at terminating the handicapped, elderly, drug addicts, alcohalics, murderers, rapists, so on and
so forth? Once all of them are out of the picture, guess where the next step towards "making the world a better place" will be? If you haven't
guessed, the next step will be to decide to terminate all men who are under the "acceptable" height of 6'1, if you aren't a natural athlete, then
you are to be terminated, if your test scores (genius level by our current standards) would be low against all of those who are "superior" then they
must be terminated immediately because they are too stupid to live in this world. If a man or woman is considered to be not attractive enough, because
the standards have to be where every woman has to look like a supermodel, as does all men, then those who are not quite there, look average, are to me
terminated at once! Do you see the pattern? The idea might be considered good at the start, but has a way of completely turning this into something
more sinister than we can think possible.