Thursday, January 19, 2012

What Is the Greater War Crime, Urinating on Dead Enemies or Mass-Murdering Civilians?

"Is it really so hard to grasp that these young guys, who live in a world where intellectuals and politicians in expensive suits can be seen on TV declaring that it is morally licit to inflict pain and fear on accused terrorists, might not think peeing on the corpse of an actual Islamist militant, who only a few moments before was trying to kill them, is no big deal?" asks Daniel Nichols, condemning "the pious outrage of the elites [a]s a sham" — Desecration.

Where’s the outrage over the drone attacks controlled halfway around the world killing women and children?

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Blogger Mark in Spokane said...

Don't be silly. Killing civilians is simply an example of "collateral damage." You can't make an omelet without breaking eggs. Urinating on dead enemy soldiers is likely a violation of some obscure globalist treaty or some such thing, enacted in order to ensure that the New York Times editorial page would feel better about the world.

What a classic example of how messed up the thinking of our elites is.

January 20, 2012 at 1:54 AM  

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