Loads of truth in this topic but until now only Lucky understood my actual point.
I don't care who gets money from disaster, who we mourn about and who we dont. Hell its not even about terrorism or war. What bothers me is (in my eyes) a major default in humankind.
To comprehend the highly complex world we have alot of unconcious processes running to recognize things and make conclusions without having to think about it into the smallest detail.
One of these processes is that we copy others. When we walk a huge crowd we are able to flow without bumping into eachother. This is fcking brilliant and god, allah or whoever is in charge designed this like a pro.
However i think people became lazy because of this process and we copy more and more and stop thinking for ourselves. And not just in news.
For instance; a few years ago i was in La Louvre and i got in the room with the mona lisa. I was shocked with what i saw because there were hundreds of people lined up to make pictures of the mona lisa. Just because this is a famous painting everyone wanted a picture or look at it while having their back turned to an incredibly beatifull 10 meter wide painting called "The Wedding Feast at Cana" that dindt get any attention from the horde of people in the room.
And don't get me wrong as a consumer behaviourist i earn my money by exploiting this stupid unconcious part of the mind.
I'm not mad i'm just highly dissappointed when i see this slavelike behaviour from the vast majority of a brilliant species called mankind.
And guys you are my friends so if u don't mind I like to show my emotions when i feel like it.
Don't worry, I understood exactly what you meant. The reason why I didn't agree with you, is because you come with this in relation to this topic, while many people did think about this matter pretty thoroughly. At the same time people are cheering at Lady Gaga and eating McDonalds hamburgers.
I think mourning about the dead is one of the better things this lazy mob has brought us.
About expressing emotions: of course. I was just afraid of some highly political comments and a nice amount of racism, but all goes well for now