What happens is every so often I end up feeling like most people are just irritating and I tend to not to want to have much to do with them. It slightly bothers me on an ethical level, as once one has stepped into the realm of viewing people merely as inconvenient objects, all sorts of nasty conclusions can be drawn.
It seems like people just occupy time, and there's rarely any worthwhile result. At this point, I rarely find anyone stimulating or interesting. My value system is almost completely antithetical to the typical american consumer, and so it's amazingly difficult to actually share anything I consider important with anyone. It feels like I've lost the ability to feel emotionally close to anyone, having all of my experiences attempting to trust anyone fail with me experiencing a great deal of pain.
At my even darker moments, I just want to laugh at humanity, and encourage them on their path toward their own destruction.
Yes, encourage the excess of capitialism. The exploiting and polluting of the have-nots, until they finally attempt to regain control of some of their food and water that's being shipped to feed their imperial masters livestock instead of their own starving population. Of course to do this it seems like it will require a violent revolution to free themselves from the chains of debt enslaving their governments.