>tfw you will never go over the top and charge blindly into machine gun fire in WWI
>tfw you will never be ordered to stand at the front in an 1800s line war
>tfw you will never die wilson's/souter's/custer's last stand
There's just nothing to throw your life away for these days. I pine for the times when a meek, balding, turbo-manlet could kill himself for cause. Outright suicide is in poor taste.
Most western nations are in the age of decadence. There is no higher cause, no frontier, no greater good of a nation to rally behind. It's all about self-interest and self-preservation now.
Pretty sure dying isn't glorious at all. Going through fighting a war with a cause everyone believes in and doing it with people you eventually get to know really close might be what you're looking for though.
I feel you OP. Only reason I haven't killed myself yet is because I'm still young enough to die more honorably if europe stops being cuck and a movement arises to throw out all the sandniggers.
>Pretty sure dying isn't glorious at all.
That's why I took care to add that only those who had nothing to do with it would see it as glorious. Suicide for it's own sake is seen as pointless and shameful.
I didn't say that. I understand that it would be a nightmare. But you know what the three situations I listed in the OP have in common? There was no shame from dying in either of them. People who knew you would call you a hero and say your name with pride whenever it came up.
id die for the beta revolution that will soon come and ride the fascist revolution coat tail
There's still plenty of opportunity to get shot at and blown up by brown people.
The casualty rate is lower, sure, but it's just as much of a waste of a life as it ever was, if not more so.
There is still a chance to die, you will probably lose weight in the training before if that's something that is bothering you.
If you are wasting your life then at least become the hero you want your family to believe you are.
All true. I guess, for me, what it boils down to is there's nothing to die for. No slogans or causes or jingoisms to get behind. Eh. If life gets any worse, I'll give it a go. I'm not at that point yet, otherwise I might have just killed myself without stopping to think about all this shit.
You kind of sound like you're trying to quote Fight Club, kek.
I'm going to enlist in a few months, I just want to build some basic strength so I can survive the boot-camp.
Anyway, I wish you the best of luck. I am also a manlet, bound to bald soon. I sympathize with you, my brother.
On an unrelated note, if you are balding, just shave your head, you can't have only half of your hair without looking silly.