The murderer is just that a murderer, and any and every murderer is a vile creature. This one is no worse than any other because his victim was a popular figure or because his motivation was political. If he had murdered a common citizen for a few dollars, it would not have been a less heinous crime.
There's a fair degree of irony in the posts that chastise McGentrix
We just had 49 people killed and 53 wounded in Orlando and the horror of that tragedy didn't stop a whole lot of people in this forum from taking off in a political direction about gun control.
Virtually everyone who dies is mourned by someone and some will be mourned by scores, hundreds, thousands and even millions, however death is death and murder is murder.
On another thread I posted the opinion that heinous crimes like this one were predictable, and I received a rash of accusatory responses: "You must be OK with killing liberals!" "You should be ashamed of yourself!"
I should be ashamed of myself because I recognize that governmental policies have consequences and that ultra-liberal policies invite ultra-right-wing responses? Why? Please tell me.
The nonsense about me being OK with killing liberals isn't worth comment.
This poor woman is an innocent victim of multi-cultural, pro-immigration policies that have created a situation in Europe where European heritage is perceived to be (and in my opinion actually is) at risk. Does anyone really expect Europeans who are proud of their heritage to sit back and watch it dissolve? Obviously murder is not an acceptable response, but this is what happens when people are pushed to the wall.
Scold me as you will, but I have been predicting for some time the rise of the far-right in Europe as a response to far-left policies. I don't look forward to such a thing, I only see the signs.