I think that it is unacceptable, but we live in Hell, and that's where it is acceptable. I wouldn't do it, and I'm not a hypocrite, and I still wouldn't condemn it on moral grounds ...I don't know. That's a hard question. I think I wouldn't judge. Suffering and horror though-I think I fear that, but it's almost like saying, won't I be able to think at all, why would I be in sorrows, that's my question, as long as I can think I will never feel the sort of deep sorrows that other people feel; Anyway I write that because I"m trying not to be a hypocrite for I never want to feel these things, and these things murder victims feel-i don't think I would feel it, I had deaths already, and this is a place of madness, not necessarily of sorrows, so futility too. No I do not think I would judge a murderer, not necessarily.
It's supposed to be murder here: why does it pretend?
This opinion comes from in depth studies. We are not in Heaven. This is a place of evil torment, there are so many mysteries there is really no way to tell what the impetus is, that maybe killing people saves them, that if people "knew better' thats the thing if people, I hear, say there's a knowing better about this place, then killing is saving. So maybe people get blinded by a feeling that comes from somewhere else, because it's meant to happen. Suffer anyone to live, maybe it's a riddle. But, it seems contrary to morals, taught. So does suffering.
I mean, how do we get out of here? There's too many mysteries to say for real, what is good and what is evil. Say impetus matters,why do serial killers have one? They might be popular fiction though, don't really exist.
I cannot judge. That's my view, so I don't, rarely, I think.