Survival of the Fittest

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    Jun 24, 2010 3:02 PM GMT
    I saw this as a reply from LostBoy in another thread, and thought it would pose an interesting discussion:

    Is it much better to have a society where the weak and vulnerable are eliminated? Are they are a drain on the rest of us and don´t pull their weight?

    In the context of that post, unemployment was being discussed. But does it also apply to all other areas? Those who have to use wheelchairs? People with Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21)? Seniors in assisted living?
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    Jun 24, 2010 3:25 PM GMT
    Zis haz been done bevor...ve must eliminate ze weak and non aryans, ze Jew, ze blacks, ze disabled and veak, ze homosexuals, gypsies and all who do not fit the Aryan ideal. Zen ze masterrace vill rule.

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    Jun 24, 2010 3:43 PM GMT
    And how do we determine who is weak and vulnerable? Some who use wheelchairs are of strong mind and spirit. Then there are those who are physically capable in every way but they're so weak-minded that they think the weak and vulnerable should be eliminated.
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    Jun 24, 2010 3:50 PM GMT
    unfounded7 saidAnd how do we determine who is weak and vulnerable? Some who use wheelchairs are of strong mind and spirit. Then there are those who are physically capable in every way but they're so weak-minded that they think the weak and vulnerable should be eliminated.


    The market should determine who survives. It doesn´t make mistakes:

    if they can´t afford health care- die
    If they do a useless job, like an artist or school teacher -die (they had the choice to be bankers, lawyers, doctors or useful people)
    if they waste time on helping foreigners- die.

    easy.


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    Jun 24, 2010 6:08 PM GMT
    I'm so weak I can't even finish typing a reply to this threa
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    Jun 24, 2010 6:13 PM GMT
    Lostboy saidThe market should determine who survives. It doesn´t make mistakes:

    if they can´t afford health care- die
    If they do a useless job, like an artist or school teacher -die (they had the choice to be bankers, lawyers, doctors or useful people)
    if they waste time on helping foreigners- die.

    easy.


    Sounds like I'd be dead. icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 24, 2010 6:20 PM GMT
    unfounded7 said
    Lostboy saidThe market should determine who survives. It doesn´t make mistakes:

    if they can´t afford health care- die
    If they do a useless job, like an artist or school teacher -die (they had the choice to be bankers, lawyers, doctors or useful people)
    if they waste time on helping foreigners- die.

    easy.


    Sounds like I'd be dead. icon_lol.gif


    This is the main reason I´m not really in support of uncontrolled capitalism. Got to keep the hotties alive.
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    Jun 24, 2010 6:27 PM GMT
    Lostboy said
    unfounded7 saidAnd how do we determine who is weak and vulnerable? Some who use wheelchairs are of strong mind and spirit. Then there are those who are physically capable in every way but they're so weak-minded that they think the weak and vulnerable should be eliminated.


    The market should determine who survives. It doesn´t make mistakes:

    if they can´t afford health care- die
    If they do a useless job, like an artist or school teacher -die (they had the choice to be bankers, lawyers, doctors or useful people)
    if they waste time on helping foreigners- die.

    easy.




    DDD: Sososos I don';t know if this is sarcastic or not. I really hope it is

    only because if there are no school teachers, hoes does one go into business, or law, or become a doctor D: