I'm not afraid of those big words listed in vaccine ingredients. I'm not afraid of genetically-modified food. I'm not afraid to say I don't believe in any deity, or life spirit. The only thing I'm afraid of are paranoid conspiracy theorists trying to kill my mind.
If that makes me the bad guy, then so be it. I guess I'm evil, because I look below the surface, and don't jump to wild conclusions. Well, maybe I am evil after all. Then let me be evil, doom to all.
Clearly, these fools don't want to be safe and secure. Why else would they be so willing to believe everything is out to get them? I'm willing to find contentment with the way things are, and if that makes me the villain, then I guess that's who I'll be. I'm not looking for something to fight, I can live without the trouble. But if that's what it takes to keep some people going, I'm not sure I want to live on this planet anymore. But I don't have the guts to make the ultimate escape, so I guess I'm forced to coexist with these paranoid nuts. I can live without a war, and if that makes me a villain, then I'm proud that's who I am.
Fear mongering, victim complexes, conspiracy theories, cult-like mentalities. It's enough to make me want to destroy the world if I could. If I had my way, we would all be focusing on real problems. Instead, we're looking for a monster so we can have meaning in our lives. And, if being against that mentality makes me evil, then let me be evil. It's better to be a designated villain with critical thinking, than a Don Quixote wannabe looking for a fight. At least, I was a designated villain once upon a time, but now I've decided to give in to demand and be what everyone always wanted me to be.