venezuelan manga artist; deviant user
musician and 1/3 of the short lived english band ‘test icicles’
its tasteless just to upload a photo without any context, so maybe these stories will suffice.
the year is 1960. my great grandfather forest is a young man who is going about his day unaware of the misfortune that is soon to surround his family. his two bothers are driving in the their car to a destination i cannot say, but they would never be to arrive. the eldest one who is twentyone is driving, his younger seventeen year old brother in the passenger seat. a car collision ensues, the one in the passenger’s seat is killed instantly. the elder brother dies a short time later from injuries, living long enough to hear about his brother’s death and converse with his family before he passes away.
someone within my family tree, of whom i don’t remember how i’m related to him. he had received the diagnoses of alzhemier’s just months ago. the horrible brain degenerating disease runs in his family and wreaks havoc every generation. his wife is fed up with his behavior and understandingly does not want to take responsibility of his pathetic helplessness. she proceeds to drive him to a mental institution and drops him off in front of the building. after she leaves he takes out his gun which he had brought with him, and shoots himself in the temple.
my great great great grandfather was a downtrodden alcoholic. he died in a backstreet alley in his own vomit. it’s worth noting he was half cherokee.
i hate everyone in this world, almost every damn human being. yes there are exceptions, perhaps ten percent of the world population. i also have nothing against those who who are born into extreme poverty in places such as africa, or any kind of being who is dominated by their government or by internal conflict and aren’t able to make anything of this life anyways. i wish i could say that i want their lives to improve, but if they were to; then how do i know that that they wont align their ideals against what is universally and morally right.
everyone deserves the right to pursue happiness right, yes i realize this a quote unique to the united states, but it holds just as true for the rest of the world. everyone only lives one short live of which can be full of happiness and fortune, or just as easily misfortune and suffering. to have my own individual freedoms taken away from me by society and my own mistakes as well is unfair in itself. but for this to be extended to my own children as well is bewildering. how can i stand by and let the government and its allied industries take away my own child’s well being, when all i had desired was to give him/her a better life than mine.
damn you all, i wont let this happen to the next generation of which i hold responsibility for. i’ll exhaust every option until i have nothing more; and if that day is to arise then i will kneel down and weep bitter tears.