I try to look at both sides of every issue. “Agenda 21” proposes that reducing the human population to 500 million would save the natural environment of the planet. As far as I can see, the human species did not come from this planet. Earth is a prison. We are dumped here has unwanted refuse from various planets and galaxies. Further, humans on Earth do not contribute to the well-being of the planet in any way whatsoever. We take, but we don’t give back. So, if humans really become extinct (for whatever reason) what would happen on the planet? Perhaps all the speculations made in the following main stream media (National Geographic) video “Aftermath: Population Zero” are not entirely accurate. But it gives us a general idea of how destructively parasitic we are as a life form, and ultimately, how meaningless we are as a biological entity within the ecosystem of this small and fragile planet.
“An Atomic Bomb is to the Macrocosm what the ‘Birth Bomb’ is to the Microcosm. Fusion of sexual reproduction is ignited by a chemical stimulant that triggers a chain reaction of cellular division, replication and programmed growth of an organism capable of being occupied, animated, or endowed with Life, and operated by a spiritual entity. — from The 423rd Standard Edition of The Mortality Mechanic’s Maintenance Manual, Chapter 326.78, Bipedal Biological Replication, Section 42, Paragraph 17, Item 30. Published by Mortality Mechanic’s Collective Press, Chaldaron II, Galaxy Prime Ninety-Two. Reprint Rights Reserved Upon Pain of Death by Decree of The Principle Magistrate of Mortality Maintenance, His Haughty Magnificence, Lord Flemmon-Arth-Mordus III.“
Excerpt from the new book by Lawrence R. Spencer, MORTALITY MECHANIC’S MANUAL
“The cynic is one who never sees a good quality in a man, and never fails to see a bad one. He is the human owl, vigilant in darkness and blind to light, mousing for vermin, and never seeing noble game. The cynic puts all human actions into two classes–openly bad and secretly bad. All virtue and generosity and disinterestedness are merely the appearance of good; but selfish at the bottom. He holds that no man does a good thing except for profit. The effect of his conversation upon your feelings is to chill and sear them; to send you away sour and morose. His criticisms and hints fall indiscriminately upon every lovely thing, like frost upon flowers.” – Henry Ward Beecher
“Cynicism may not be a lovely, warm and fuzzy view of reality, but neither is birth, disease, war, greed, cruelty, madness, murder, insanity, starvation, murder, chaos and death.” – Lawrence R. Spencer
George Carlin was one of the greatest, and most famous, cynics of all time. I’d say “god rest his soul”, but he didn’t believe in “god(s), so I’ll just say “see ya!”.