Sunday, June 23, 2013

Apathy's Traits: (Unedited): 23 June 2013:

Apathy's growth within a advanced modern being will begin to cause that advanced modern being to take on more and more animalistic traits. Until such a time when this apathetic disease De-evolves the advanced modern being back down into a basic human animal with no soul. 
Road rage is a modern example of animalistic Behavior. The slower driver is in MY way. The other driver did a stupid thing and I must act with aggression to let the lesser person know he offended ME. Hoping and wishing that the other person will pull over so that I can take violent actions against his lesser than ME self.
Selfishness in the apathetic person also means that they are first at everything. It matters not if the other people are disabled, ill, young, old or female. They will always be first and may respond angrily.
Greed in the apathetic person also means that they will take what ever they feel is of value and act accordingly without any compassion or consideration for others. They will even sleep well at night and use their days planning how to get more of what ever they want. No matter the harm they cause. Because, the disease of apathy causes the modern person to no longer care about any human life except their own. Which is an animalistic behavior that modern person has already De-evolved down to and they are not even aware of it.
Murderous in the apathetic person is survival of the strongest/fittest. The belief that old people must die. The belief that the disabled must die. The belief that useless people must die. This belief would be internal especially if in the modern civilized society. verbal  or other outward expression would not be accepted or tolerated. Such as the young man whom I met last week who ran over a cat on purpose and his girlfriend said in another conversation that I will just go back to the clinic. This is apathy at 18 Years of age. The young man was probably entertained by his murderous actions. While the young woman believed that the life which grew within her was of no importance.
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