Q: How does Socialism fit in with your line of thinking?
A: It seeks to bring death onto a country’s shoulders.
Q: How does it seek to do this?
A: Death is the only freedom that life can obtain, and it’s meant to be more fleeting than life. Death is recognized, before one comprehends, through hope, that they are alive. Death is never meant to be superior to life.
Q: Are you to say that the impoverished are not meant to be superior to life?
A: That is what I mean.
Q: What is your belief on superiority?
A: To raise oneself, for if we saw all impoverished as dead, they would not move. In fact, not even the most hopeful of Saints would be able to offer that dead pauper a piece of bread. Do we, as humans, desire to escape? Is escapism supposed to be eternal? If so, then we are all dead.
Q: Should one take pride in being dead?
A: For the current moment.
Q: For the current moment?
A: As long as anesthesia is in existence, for the surgeries meant to represent the pain of life and the pain in obtaining safety, there will be hope.
Q: How does one find rest?
A: By being dead.
Q: Does that mean you support Marxism?
A: No, it means I support death.
Q: Explain yourself.
A: Death is the only freedom that life can obtain, as I’ve already mentioned. Marxism always brings poverty to a nation, because it believes in “everlasting freedom and equality”. What is more the equality than to see the greatest of reality, and that is, death? In offering freedom, you offer rest. You offer poverty, because in poverty, you cannot be closer to death when hugging the ground. One is not alive in this scenario. One is closest to death, with but a slow pulse running through their veins.