“If you are not a good person, you are no longer a person.
You are just a parasite.
I think that’s the case for so many people.
They are a parasite in that they are not thinking, ‘I’m a good guy, I’m not a bad guy.
I am good because I love the people I love.
I love people.
I want to love them.’
They are just not thinking like that anymore.
They think, ‘Well, it’s the people that I love, and I will love them.'”
Rensberg is an award-winning journalist who has covered global politics and international affairs since 2001.
He is currently a contributor to The New York Times, and a contributing editor for the Washington Post.
His most recent book, “The Unthinkable: A Manifesto for the 21st Century,” is now available from Simon & Schuster.
Follow Rensburg on Twitter at @RensburgRT.