Caution: Possibly offensive ideas below.
Note: Don’t you dare attack me for saying any of this, I am just walking through the conclusions that come to me when looking at the world, I am not necessarily advocating these views. This is more an experiment in realizing our western way of life is as absurd, if not more absurd, as any other way of life that can be imagined.
So, I just saw something that mentioned special-needs kids. Now, considering that Western Culture believes in the church of logic, why are special-needs kids defended so much? For this world of science it seems to be a form of sacrilege really, or maybe simply a way to keep human experiments around without having human rights issues.
Stop and think about it, if human beings are simply another species of animals, why are people so afraid of the general law of fittest survives? If this is truly the scientific fact, why do we not go along with it like we tend to do with every other scientific fact? Seriously, every single medical advance is touted as wonderful, every new little piece of technology is amazing and life-changing. Yet the fact that we are just animals is covered up as best as possible. How does this work out in such a “scientifically advanced” society?
In such a society there must be a reason that we want to protect these special-needs kids so much. Simply saying because they are human too/we feel bad does not apply in logic. So what else could it be besides a form of scientific experiments with the children? It makes sense, a child which does need help and would not be “scientifically” fittest arguably would not make it in the “animal” world. But if we do keep them alive we can continue to advance our “science”! We can solve more problems! We can gain more knowledge! So now we just have unofficial laboratory experiments across the globe? Didn’t we have serious issues with this when they first started happening?
So, are we “scientifically advanced” or are we something else? Are you really athiest? Do you really believe in God? Can you really defend acting like this otherwise? Just saying, maybe you should make a decision.