Reply Tue 18 Nov, 2008 10:33 am
@Bella Dea,

it's just that unlike you, I have value for human life.

While perpetrating violently criminal depredations,
the lives of the violent predators have ANTI-value;
the opposite of value.

Do you know why that man was robbing the store?

Its irrelevant to who is right or rong.

On the other hand, maybe he is evil.

If he is perpetrating a robbery, then by definition, he is evil.
The victim 's rights remain the same, no matter what.


You can't say any more than I can and so why would you think
it's ok to shoot someone in the head?

Because the destruction of the robber ends a violent threat from that man;
after he is interred, he will be deterred from further predatory violence
and we will all be safer for that fact. Let us cheer and celebrate!


Maybe out of sheer desperation.
He might not be an evil person at all, just desperate and confused.

That 's HIS tuff luck.
The predator 's state-of-mind has no effect upon
the victim 's rights of self-defense.

The criminal brought it on himself.

When u r defending yourself from the predatory violence
of man or beast, u must single-mindedly endeavor to destroy the enemy.
To take action, or restraint, for his benefit is suicidal and shoud be avoided.


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Reply Tue 18 Nov, 2008 10:42 am
@Bella Dea,

Good people preserve human life, not take it.

That is terrible reasoning,
as applied to such a case as this,
in that preserving the life of a predator can very well have the effect
of exposing his future victims to the danger of his malice,
which woud not happen if he had previously been killed.
In other words,
if u protect the evil, then u condemn his future victims
and thay shoud blame YOU.

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Reply Tue 18 Nov, 2008 10:45 am

Gun safety fail.
Reply Tue 18 Nov, 2008 10:47 am
Another way to express it is:
if u intentionally let a violently predatory criminal go free
(when u had the opportunity to kill him, during his violent crime)
that is like you shooting up the town, helter skelter,
shooting in all directions letting your innocent neighbors take their chances,
because in both cases, u r exposing them to unnecessary danger.

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Reply Tue 18 Nov, 2008 10:52 am
If I remember, the police officer shot himself that time.
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