Saturday, November 21, 2015

The world is... well...

Fellow antinatalists,

It appears the world is shaking. A lot of suffering is brooding all over. 

It appears that things are getting to a point where everywhere in the world, things are pretty shitty. 

There were a few times in which people could look up to places in the world, and say, "well, at least that X or Y place is a very cool place." 

It seems that this is no longer the case, or won't be the case for a while now.

You don´t necessarily need to face all out war in your country. Now we have other things. We have economies crashing, poverty, diseases. Nothing is safe anymore. 

Some places are still worse than others, but increasingly we are getting to the point where there are fewer and fewer "safe havens" in the world, where we could retreat, and just feel that everything is okay. 

Things are increasingly not so. 

Perhaps there´s time to salvage the world. 

Perhaps if we act now...

So they say. 

Perhaps the world is in its final decades.

Perhaps there´s time to save it, and put it in its "normal tracks".

I don't know what can happen now. All I know is things will shake up a little in the years to come.

I don't care much. The world is a joke anyway. The world has become a literal joke. Art, modern expression, it is all a farce, nothing has value anymore. Human life has no value if it ever had. There´s nothing more left to salvage.

Be vigilant, and be smart, my fellow antinatalists and pessimists. 

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Quarterlife Crisis - depression in young people

Funny thing. Ever since coming to the dating scene, all I hear about is depression. Yesterday, I was talking to this girl who had depression last year, when she was 23. 

Huh. Funny. My ex-girlfriend also had a huge depression, and she was 23. 

Oh. That girl also broke up with the boyfriend. Funny thing, it also happened to me, when my 23 year old depressed ex-girlfriend broke up with me!

Their examples are far from the only ones I have in my personal circle of relations. And I'm not even going in the circle of my dear pessimist friends. 

Maybe we have something here? 

I think it is all a reflection of this fucked up world. People get majorly depressed when their internal realities and expectations are slowly shattered in this god forsaken world. 

They expect(ed) something. For these girls, we can more or less try to guess what it was. Good life. Early marriage. Model husband and wives. No financial problems. Safety. Big cars in the garage. Green yard and a dog. Kids, a boy and a girl. Maybe more than that. Maybe less than that. But we get the idea. 

Then they face the reality of this world in shambles. And I think it is pretty safe to say now. The world is in shambles, at least a good part of it. 

They expected something. Both these girls were very enthusiastic, happy. And the depression came and hit them. 

Nobody is safe in this world, safe of having at least their expectations and realities broken from the inside. 

You think that people that knew somebody who died in that Paris attack will be the same after that? Never. They will never again watch a movie about a terrorist organization without flinching. Depression will hit several of them, really hard, after and with the physical problems. 

But you don't have to go through an explicit war to develop this. Normal life sure is enough to trigger this, on a lot of people. Because normal life nowadays sure is fucked up as well. 

Saturday, November 14, 2015

[News][Commentary] Paris was hit.

Yesterday, the capital of France was hit by several terrorist attacks. More than 120 people as I know so far, been killed in a siege on the Bataclan theatre. Three different bombings, and a some shootings scattered through the city. 
I don't want to be that guy, but that was an announced tragedy. Anybody expecting anything else to happen would have to be very ignorant about history and human nature. 

It´s possible that we are going to see other types of tragedies such as these ones, in the near future, in other sites in Europe or even in the Americas. 

The comment section is open for your opinions. 

Many cheers. 
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