yeah but morality and society is gayThat one's pretty straightforward:
Morality is largely a pragmatic construct. The question at hand almost always "would society function better or worse if people behaved in [x] manner?"
In the case of which lives matter, we all generally agree being murdered is a bad thing. So killing people is wrong in most cases. We generally agree that rodents are a nuisance, so their lives don't matter so much. Pet animals are in a middle ground because they provide us comfort and utility.
If you're wondering why humans come first: the simple answer is because WE'RE human.
To quote Moonman: "They're worth less than fecal matter"
Alright to be serious yes Black lives do matter. ALL lives matter. Police brutality should be an issue that transcends race and all the other nonsense the media tries to divide everyone with. By framing it as a racial issue it prevents half the country from coming together on the issue thus preventing any attempt at really fixing the issue outside of B.S. sensitivity training courses and Nogs chimpingout every now and then.
I never had any issues with black people ever, until they made me dislike them. Good job, BLM.
It's not human intelligence that makes them matter more, it's genetic similarity.deep thought: does a mouse's life matter? if not, why does a human's life matter? what makes a human's life more valuable than a mouse's life? intelligence? if that's the case, stupid people's lives matter significantly less than a normal person's life and retard lives are worth no more than a monkey or dolphin's life.