Nihilism is probably very common around here, especially as defined by those criteria, and they're not entirely without basis...at least, any more so than counter-assertions about absolute morality etc.
Carries a bit of a negative stigma, though, as people tend to use it as an excuse for laziness or arbitrary hatred and other various emo-kid stereotypes.>>10881331
So you'd disagree with which one then? You'd assert that there is a divine creator, or that our existence is a means to some purposeful end, or that there is a permeating force in the universe separate from humanity that defines what a human should do in all cases, even in places where there aren't people?
A lot of people that claim the label "nihilist" are fags (like most people that misappropriate any name for a group of concepts like that and create an imaginary club) but I don't think merely ascribing to it tells you much about someone. It's still possible to have goals.