People Are The Problem
People are the problem and pretty much always will be, according to John Scalzi.
Because human beings are, as he notes, “hierarchical, status-sensitive and in many ways fundamentally conservative creatures. We crave structure, hate disruption and are wary of outsiders and change. And some people are just plain rotten people, and those people are widely distributed.”
It’s why I’ve become such a misanthrope in my old age.