It is true, some people just don't care. As long as they are not affected personally the just don't care. They practice "dog psychology" which is "if you can't eat it or screw it, pee on it" or words to that effect only a little stronger. I am sure you know people like that. There is a way too big percentage of the population that is like that. Of course when you get down to the basics, food to stay alive and procreation to keep the species alive are two of the most important things we work for.
There are some who live in their own very little world and do not care what else is happening around them as long as they are warm and well fed. I believe that most of us are at least a little bit like that. It is your own close family members that you protect the most and that is the way it should be. Preppers can't prepare the whole community, county, state, country, or world for dissaster. They prepare for themselves and maybe other family members and close friends. It isn't that they don't care, it is just impossible to help everyone.
Then there are the people that just don't care. They don't care about others and some don't even care about themselves. I care about everyone, but know I am not able to take care of everyone so limit my protection to those closest to me. In some cases, that would have to be those physically close since in a disaster, they are the only ones that can be quickly helped. But since all is well in my world and it is dog grooming day, I will quit writing and get ready to take our babies to the groomer. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?