>>82163>then what is?
If you want happiness, it's not going to be found through the state or the collective dominating all. Everything in the state, nothing outside the state, is fascist thinking. I find my happiness outside of Society, and the state has nothing to do with my happiness. If I can bring happiness to other people, great, but I'm not animated by some obsessive desire to take over the world or absorb everything into a giant ball of utilitarian humanity to be maximized or whatever the hell you're getting at.
>I find it very questionable that for you, the state's only job is to execute the unworthy.
It's not a judgement of "worth", and you yourself literally can't grasp that there are people who do not believe in total subordination to the collective. Sentencing people to death is not to be taken lightly or made into the entire point of Society (and you betray your own sinister intentions in all of this, which is the only outcome of positivist drivel). I wouldn't have to resort to this if eugenists would stop torturing the world and seeking to dominate everyone under their world order. I shouldn't have to, and I really don't want to, but eugenics does not tolerate any dissent, so such actions would be necessary, for this very limited problem that is primarily put into action by a minority of the middle class and the upper class. If there are no overarching eugenics institutions, and there are institutions of the people that can fight eugenics, then you can finally, for the first time in human history, be able to live in a world worth living in.
>further psychological evaluation
You're placing way too much faith in psychology's ability to tell us anything about people. Their vaunted IQ tests, by which we are made to live or die, are basically whatever the psychologist feels like writing down that particular day.
When you get into the business of deciding who is and isn't to be exiled from society, you're necessarily centralizing power in a limited class of people who hold the state - and the state will always be the domain of a privileged class, who possess both the time and the talent to engage in politics above the common people. You wind up with the situation where eugenics can inflict endless ultraviolence and terror, and that ultraviolence is somehow normal and acceptable and even laudatory, but the slightest act of self-defense is punished severely. Acting in self-defense against eugenics is already classed as a psychological crime and punished by declaration of the defender's insanity and thus their total inhumanity.
>you are the one who wants the collective/state to kill people.
Ideally, individual people, understanding the threat posed by eugenics, would agree that the killing of eugenists is completely justified as an act of self-defense. It wouldn't be the state unilaterally deciding who gets to live and die, which you believe it. It would be a great many people, acting in self-defense, who have positively identified a eugenist terrorist, and the eugenist terrorist has avowed that they will stand against a free society. What else is there to do, except kill or expunge the eugenist, if they have made it clear that their eugenism precludes any sort of free society? Eugenists have enjoyed the benefits of a free society while they routinely break all standards of decency, all laws to protect the defenseless. It is long past time to pretend that there can be any peace with eugenists.
As for serial killers, they made their choice. I'm not interested in reforming them out of some sense that I must desire to dominate the whole of humanity. Mind, I don't use such judgement against all who kill - there are justified killings, and killings that must be judged as less than vile. The serial killer, who is a predator cultivated by eugenist society, is something different from an ordinary killing in passion, or killing in a war between criminals. A functioning justice system would recognize the condition, would punish in line with the motive of the killer and what their motives mean for the rest of society. This false equivalency where a sadistic serial killer is the same as someone who killed in a questionable act of self-defense, is another one of those mental tricks eugenism pulls to obscure its truly foul machinations.