Vampires or Werewolves (for vampires) (con werewolves)
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A vampire is one who is so afraid of death that they sell their soul for an immortal existence of undiluted evil. The human body is designed to be youthful and virile for only a few decades - instead of enjoying a calm retirement into wisdom and earned respect from one's community, a vampire commits callous murder to steal the "lan vital from other human beings, in a never-ending cycle of extreme greed and debauchery.
Vampires are an accurate satire of the logical conclusion to the civilised nobility I was just criticising. By turning their nose up at the vulgar bestial necessities of hunger and old age that afflict mortal humans, they embody the self-denial and self-alienation of our deluded matter-hating culture, with its Platonism and religion. The Christian desire for eternal life leads straight to the cannibalistic inhumanity of the vampire - which neatly explains the whole nasty Eucharist business.
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