|Voices: Reason vs. Madness|
Society shows one face while hiding another. It openly condemns the act of murder and spends time and money to pursue the monsters living among them, yet it facilitates the acquisition of weapons. In the U.S. most horrific crimes were carried out with guns purchased either by legal means or the black market. While the old adage: ‘guns don’t kill people, people kill people’ may ring true, it would be much harder to commit murder if weapons weren’t so readily available. Now don’t get me wrong. I enjoy target practice and appreciate the intricacies and skill one must have in order to shoot well. However, not all minds should be allowed near weapons of any kind.
Society hides nothing. They are on the side of selective justice. Weapons are readily available as an ingenious mechanism used to combat overpopulation. We need to stop being hypocritical. The constructing of more weapons creates jobs which keeps people employed. Perhaps it’s better to use a live target than to shoot at paper. From an environmental standpoint, it’s my preferred choice. Shoot a person and if they live, the medical field keeps people employed. Shoot a person and if they die, morticians, cremators and anyone associated with death, not to mention the crime scene personnel, all have a purpose. Save the trees. Kill the weeds in mankind and protect our environment.
It’s insane to think killing people is good for society. I wish we didn’t need law enforcement services, but the harsh reality of the real world brings us to a point where survival is essential. Watch the world around us and see how regimes are being challenged and eventually toppled by the fundamental right to co-exist peacefully. In the end, good triumphs over evil so if you’re not a part of the solution then you’re part of the problem and you should have your head examined.
What’s insane is doing the same things over and over again and expecting change. I laugh when I hear that all people are created equal and therefore equal under the law. Ha! The world isn’t equal or the wealth would be distributed so no one suffers needlessly. How many times do we see a wealthy person in society get away with either bending or trampling over the laws of our country? If you’ll check the stats, life expectancy increases for the wealthy because they have access to practically anything beneficial, including medicine and expensive surgical procedures and drugs. The poor are viewed as collateral damage, as it’s been since the beginning.
Whose side are you on? Do you agree with Reason or Madness?
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