Well, it would seem so, yes it would seem that love would be something to be sought by everybody everywhere, but Dredd Blog declares that MOMCOM's main business is about killing, MOMCOM's main business has little if anything to do with love, yes, Dredd Blog declares that MOMCOM's main business is about the full implementation of hatred.
In short, MOMCOM has zero to do with love.
Not real love anyway.
Love does not lie, so it is not insignificant that Dredd Blog equates truth with love, lies with hatred.
It boils down to MOMCOM promoting the very opposite of the reality it knows about:
Rightwingers say they hate big government. As their current campaigns show, it’s not true.(Monbiot). If we learned anything of Adolf Hitler's gang, it was that when they lie, and that is most of the time, they lie like their "life" depended on it, because it did and does, so always expect the Whopper.
But you must realize, don't you, that this is a mystery, that this does not meet the requirements of logic, that this does not make common sense?
Wanting to hate, wanting to kill, yes wanting to die is not healthy, it is sicko.
Dredd Blog wants the good earth to live, the good people to live, the cosmos to live, and while living to love, to love somebody, and ultimately to love everybody.
Like I said, that gets you on the FBI "list" just like robotic loyalty gets you on the FBI "list".
One list exalts hatred, the other list exalts love.
But what of the fact that there have been Five Mass Extinctions on this planet?
What of the fact that MOMCOM is bringing on the sixth such mass extinction:
Palaeontologists characterize mass extinctions as times when the Earth loses more than three-quarters of its species in a geologically short interval, as has happened only five times in the past 540 million years or so.(Journal Nature). Mass extinction is an attribute of hatred, not love, so this planet seems to be infected with the hate virus.
Biologists now suggest that a sixth mass extinction may be under way, given the known species losses over the past few centuries and millennia. Here we review how differences between fossil and modern data and the addition of recently available palaeontological information influence our understanding of the current extinction crisis.
So what is your choice, hatred or love?