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Originally posted by swan001
Originally posted by DerepentLEstranger
Originally posted by Destinyone
reply to post by WarJohn
I hope you're not planning on killing anyone...people are not germs...
some "people" behave like germs
indeed to paraphrase Nietzsche: "there is a disease upon this earth"
THE ART OF PATHOGENIC WARFARE globalguerrillas.typepad.com...
Within human social and economic systems, pathogenic behavior is spreading. This is particularly true among powerful, successful, and wealthy people (finance, economics, politics, etc.) in the developed world. What specifically do I mean by pathogenic? An ever greater number of these people are adopting behaviors that are actively hostile to the human systems we rely upon. They actually think it is OK to put these systems at risk for personal benefit. Obviously, this is very dangerous. Given the massive amounts of network, technological, and financial leverage that's currently available to these people, even a single bad actor can wreak global havoc like never before (as in, they could cause an economic collapse that's so severe that it could kill more people than every war we've ever had to date, combined). So, why is this happening and how can we prevent it? This has been a tough section of the book I'm currently writing. Fortunately, I think I'm starting to unravel it. Here we go. In order to understand why some bad actors are willing to do grievous harm to the complex systems they rely upon, we need to visit the cutting edge of microbiology. Let's start that exploration with a look at an amazing article by Brett Finlay in the Scientific American called, "Stopping Infections: The Art of Bacteriological Warfare." www.wachusettmrc.org...
of all the tens of thousands of known bacterial species,only about 100 are renegades that break the rules of peaceful coexistence and make us sick.
It should be pretty easy to see the parallels between human society and the bacteriological ecosystem described here. So, let's press forward with something more interesting: new insight into bacteriological warfare.
i'm with the OP
there are situations when killing is called for.
KILLED? Not imprisoned but KILLED?
Are you guys watching violence movies, or what? I feel you guys are the one being brainwashed.