Humans greed is never ending.Every single one of us need to die.This world will survive without us.We just saying to our self that this world need us, to give us permition to take everything.But the sad truth is we digging our own graves and we taking every living things with us.Sad but that is the truth.If we want to save this world we must die.
A good analogy here is to think of the earth as a beautiful, perfect house that is everything anyone could ever want or need that is delivered to us with no debt, no questions asked, simply just a beautiful place to live. Now get a sledgehammer and slowly but surely destroy the house till it is rubble and you have nothing left, such is the madness and absurdity of the human condition that would value money and power over existence. Human extinction has to happen, sooner rather than later, there are too many humans here. Just as well our pathetic little ancient fire fuelled rockets are totally inadequate for effective space travel, I would hate to see this species destroy another beautiful, bountiful planet out there somewhere.
Every single thing humanity does, effectively screws over some other part of nature. Humanity's ability to ruin the lives of even members of itself is unparalleled. The number of species dying off every day as a direct result of human activity is entirely too high. The air is warming, the ice caps are melting, and soon there won't be enough food to feed everyone.
Either we all parish with a small scrap of dignity intact, or we will become the society that was portrayed in Mike Judge's idiocracy. The world is spiraling backwards Further with each passing day. Or as the Internet enjoys saying "everyday we stray further from gods light." We are destroying the planet in a number of different ways, most prominently the problem of global climate change. We are on the brink of nuclear war due to an incompetent moron who was put in charge of an already faulty political system. Disasters, man made and natural, ravage our media outlets on a weekly basis. And to top it all off everyone has either been desensitized, or are too far Americanized to concern themselves with anything that dosent benefit their need for immediate gratification. While at the same time some of those who wish they could help with disasters are barely scraping by themselves, and simply don't have the time between their 2 or 3 jobs to even lend a feeling of support or hope.
Great job America,
land of opportunity (not without major student debt)
Immigrants nation (as long as your white)
Let freedom ring (as long as your freedom dosent offend the governmental powers that be)
No argument needed, just look at us! Someone's always hating someone else, killing someone else, scamming someone else.
The rich steal from the poor, poor steal from the rich and we all deserve what we get, the real problem is our pursuit of individual wealth. I looked at this debate and saw 79% for yes and thought "how true"!
This world is full to the brim with diseased and despicable human garbage. This world is uninhabitable, growing numbers of people with nothing and nowhere to go. Ethics are arbitrary. Those who procreate deserve torture for their callousness and hedonism. Fuck all these brainless swine, the smartest people either blow out their own brains to save time and suffering or wait out their lives, living wisely.
Humans are born enlightened madmen, to take over this world, to consume anything we see fit, to be wrathful, prideful, slothful, lustful, envious, greedy, and gluttonous. We are pathetic, cowardly, back-stabbing, ignorant, and evil. And in my honest opinion, death is the only fitting answer to this problem. Thank you.
People who think there good are wrong, they have done something bad no matter what and you might say "well we're only human" your right, and what is a human. A human is a greedy,selfish,cold hearted piece of shit who will do anything to get what they want, while wildlife, animals, ecosystems and the world in general are livestock and in danger of extinction just cause "we are only human.
Every individual being thrives on their own selfish survival this extends to their family friends and then the others who share their values and beliefs I.E religion. If you do not connect with them in any of these ways then you are an outsider a rival and competition. This has made the world it is today fighting for land and resources has caused all the wars, global warming and ultimately to the extinction of the human race. I'm happy because humans are despicable. We are like lupus, a disease that attacks it's own body. We kill the environment that has evolved to keep us alive we are just plain stupidly crazy. We destroy the environment that keeps us alive
Evolution is a reactive process......Not predictive.....In all of evolution`s creatures...We are the only ones that can look into the future....Judge our actions on a supposed moral stance......Yet we have a capitalist system based on eternal expansion in a closed system......So we simply deserve what we are going to get on a simple evolutionary principle....The earth will be here long after we remove ourselves.....Even with 500 nuclear reactors doing a Chernobyl on our way out it is nothing but a blip on the overall scheme of things...
Too bad for our beautiful nature...
I know you mean well, your a good person, but you just don't get it. You didn't think it through. We do bad things. To each other. The chaos that plagues us. The emotions. We came to protect earth. But there can only be one path to peace, your extinction
Deserve is a social construct. It becomes real through our communications and because we change our behavior according to the concept of "deserve". It's a useful construct. Society does better when some people are rewarded and others penalized. It does us no good at all to define humans as deserving of extinction.
The very concept of "deserve" and indeed our very ability to come up with and effectively use social constructs is the product of evolution. We evolved to be smart enough to come up with these concepts and apply to them to our daily lives. This evolved in order to help us survive, not cause our extinction. Therefore it is a misuse of the construct to try to convince people that humans deserve to be extinct.
People saying we deserve to be extinct and similar anti-human sentiments is what drives so many people away from environmentalism. I am an environmentalist, but I am an environmentalist because I am pro-human. Pollution causes disease in humans. Destroying ecosystems harms humans since we are destroying potential sources of medicine and just by destroying things humans may be able to observe and enjoy. Global warming could be catastrophic for humans leading to wars and famines, perhaps nuclear war and the extinction of our species.
Humans do not deserve to be extinct unless we all make ourselves believe that and doing so would provide humanity with no benefit. Humanity deserves to get smart and dedicate ourselves to managing the environment responsibly so that in the future more humans can survive and comfortably so.
The word "deserve" requires a judgemental framework in order to make sense. The one judgemental framework that is most thoroughly undeniable is existence itself. If we ever do "deserve" death, we will die, automatically. Until then, our continued existence is proof that we deserve life.
If you come up with a different answer, do tell: what is the judgemental framework you're using to answer the question differently than life itself?
I have to agree that in the past and the present, many of the actions that we as humans have done to destroy the world and life around us (I can't deny the fact that the world may benefit without myself); there are some people though that I believe deserve life. You see, I have simple motive in life, there is goodness in everything around us and to simply die, I believe would be rather irresponsible of us when there are so many things that we could do to actually to restore this world.
Personally, there are many people out there that are good in heart (although sometimes it not clear at time); some people that are kind hearted or selfless. Nature could restore itself without the need of humans, but death is just one possible solution. Instead of just having us all die I believe that perhaps one better thought is to find harmony within the many different species, even if it may prove difficult.