>>102992266>"all men are an island", t. anon
Absolutely wrong; everyone from the lowliest farmer to NASA's director had a part in the moon landing, and they have a part in the nation as a whole, and they have a part in the world as a whole.
People are replaceable, but they are still valuable; there would be no space program if not for the engineers who built the rockets, and the scientists who researched how to build the rockets, and the miners and metallurgists who provided the materials, and the farmers who provided the food, and on and on and on.
Solidarity is the recognition that all men are interconnected, that no one stands alone, that we all stand on each other's shoulders. You would be nothing without your parents, without your friends, without those countless hundreds or thousands of people you've interacted with to varying degrees, creating the society in which you thrive.
And, in turn, you also make up part of the society in which others live.
Don't give me your radical individualist horseshit; no man is an island.