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Why do we kill people who kill people to show them that killing people is wrong?
and in doing so, arent you the SAME as them?

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Why do we kill people who kill people to show them that killing

5 faves · 18 comments · Mar 21, 2014 8:06am

Loki*

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sotrue · andstupid · whatsthepointofit · iseriouslydontunderstandwhyyoufeeltheneedtokillpeoplebecausetheykilledsomedoesntthatmeanyourethesameasthem · inspirational

OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
Then I suppose killing isn't strictly wrong. It's wrong if done unjustly. If a man killed everyone he saw (as some people do), wouldn't you be saving lives by killing him?
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Loki* · 1 decade ago
Is killing ever right? but i do understand what youre talking about.
however its talking about the death penalty for manslaughter or even accidental death
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
Anyway, in war, countries slaughter one another,isn't that kind of an emulation of the 'death penalty'? Excpet for millions? That's 'justified'.
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Loki* · 1 decade ago
it is, however both countries, in most cases, are in it together
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
Yes, but it hasmuch larger and dangerous consequences,so it is 'the death penalty' most worth considering.
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Loki* · 1 decade ago
yes but you need to understand the fact that no one is forced to join the army.
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
People were in a way in the first and second world war.
And people are being forced in third world countries around the world. We, and countries like us, actually count as a teeny percentage of the world.
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Loki* · 1 decade ago
yes i understand that, however in 3rd world countries you either die in the army while protecting those you love or die by being blown up, shot, in a blast etc.
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
Not really. Third world countries are massive. You can choose to hide in a quiet corner and ignore the few people who die around you, or you can go to the front lines and protect the nation you love, the people you,love, and the pride that you covet.
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
YOOO!Sorry, I just wanna hey.
did you write this quote?
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Loki* · 1 decade ago
lolololol it be cool xD
it was influenced by something i read xD
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
Aren't we all influenced by the world? Nothing is truly unique.
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Loki* · 1 decade ago
i guess so but then again the world is influenced by us
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
Yes, but we didn't influence creation, the world influencesus MUCH MUCH more than we could ever influence it. True story.
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Loki* · 1 decade ago
well its a paradox i guess, however the world and creation are two completely different things
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
Really? That's like saying the sunflower and the sunflower seed are two different things. They're not. They both come from each other. Or the chicken and the egg example. They're not completely different things, they're linked in the closed way imaginable.
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Loki* · 1 decade ago
i meant comparing the sizes, they are different yet the same
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OutrightAwesome · 1 decade ago
Huh?
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