Re: US Ambassador in Libya Killed
I may not have been clear enough with a portion of my stance. When I talk about these savages I'm NOT referring to muslims or middle easterners. I'm specifically talking about the people involved in the senseless murders, no one else. I completely understand that there are plenty of people over there who are just as outraged and upset about these attacks as I am. I'm not attacking anyone except for the monsters responsible.
However, I also do not care if people offend anyone over there. Anyone. Not decent muslims like yourself, and especially not the goddamn barbarians going out and murdering people. Because getting offended by shit doesn't hurt anyone. No one deserves to be arrested because they're hurting people's feelings. No one. And they're not responsible for monsters going out and murdering innocent people because the savages got their feelings hurt. If you go out and murder an innocent person because someone made you mad then you're the only person responsible. No one else, including the person who hurt your feelings. It's that fucking simple. If anyone disagrees then they're wrong. I don't care who they are, they're wrong. And I have absolutely no problem saying it, or defending that stance. I know my reasoning is ironclad on this point, it really is unassailable.
I also don't give a fuck about attempting to appease those murdering pussies. If I kill innocent men to get a slice of pie do the police show up with and hand me a delicious dessert in hopes that it might persuade me to stop killing innocent men? Fuck no, because that's fucking stupid. But that's exactly what is being suggested. These people act like monsters by slaughtering innocents and we should give them what they want? Fuck that. That's absolutely ridiculous.
If any of this makes me a bad dude, then I don't give a fuck. Innocent people being senselessly murdered is something that upsets me. And I hate pussies, and I hate scumbags. These savages do that shit, and are both. They can go fuck themselves. And I'll fully admit right now that, unless I'm completely missing something major (Which I'm pretty damn sure I'm not), there is no way anyone can change my mind about any of this. And it has nothing to do with stubbornness, and pretty much everything to do with the confidence in the rationale of my position.