what does hating any criminal whose violated rules of war solve?sebastiansdreams said:And what does hating these soldiers solve?
I agree. So why hate anyone?Arch Enemy said:what does hating any criminal whose violated rules of war solve?
Honestly, I do not know them, so I think it would be overstepping my place to say I hated them. I hate the actions they committed. I hate that any human being would act in that manner. I hate the fact that if only something had been different in their life, if only someone might have loved these people somewhere in their lives then maybe they would not have ended up the way they did. The reality of the situation is that the moment you beginning saying someone is a useless bastard, then you are saying that your life is somehow worthwhile whereas theres is not. Furthermore, if people would begin to learn to hate the actions of people, but love the person regardless, we would not have nearly the amount of discrimination and disregard that the world exudes these days.Arch Enemy said:are you telling me you like Hitler, you like Saddam, you like all these people who you don't hate.
People hated these people because what they've done.. and that's the same reason why I hate all War Violators.
If you're bent on being so wordly correct, then I "dislike and think these people are useless bastards", how about that?
Actually I would certainly argue that Hitler was neither kind nor good intentioned. I think that he himself chose this path, and that he potentially could have been a wonderful man. However, from what I have read of Hitler's contruction of his reign, he certainly was not concerned with the wellfare of Germany, but only with his conquest while he was alive. If he had indeed been concerned with the wellbeing of Germany, he would not have created a system in which their could be no one to replace him if something were to happen to him. And he would not make the military decisions he made in the time frame he made them. And he would have had some sort of structured plan of action to leave in case something happened to him. He did none of this. He wanted to rule the world... and that was just about all he cared about.Arch Enemy said:You're absolutely correct;
Though you really don't know about Adolf Hitler the person do you? Most people would have said that he's nothing but an evil person.. no kindness in him what so ever. He was actually a really kind person, he though what he was doing was good for Germany and Europe. He was even backed by the Catholic Church..
I recommend seeing this movie: Down-Fall
It's a movie of the last days of the 3rd Reich from the position of a secretary for Adolf Hitler.. this also incorporates the German point of view of Hitler and Nazi Regime. It makes you feel sorry for the mental decaying Adolf..
Hate doesn't breed hate, hate multiplies hate.
Alot of times, when people use the word "hate they're really meaning the actions of the person not the person.. that's what I was meaning. I defiantly don't, personally, hate Adolf Hitler, nor Mussolini, nor Saddam Husein.. they're just troubled people.
andFacts are stupid things
Trees cause more pollution than automobiles do
Arch Enemy said:Satin:
1. A smooth fabric, as of silk or rayon, woven with a glossy face and a dull back.
2. A garment made of this fabric.
flip2 said:Umm, not to be a stickler, but that guys screenname is satAnloveslibs, not satIn . . . . But your definition of satIn is correct, Arch Enemy. SatAn is another name for the Devil, Lucifer, the Prince of Darkness, Damien, the fallen angel, angel of Death, etc.
One of my favorite quotes comes from our current President. I love him, I voted for him twice, but man oh man, I often cringe whenever he attempts to think of something off the cusp.
"Fool me once, shame on . . . shame on you. It fool me, you can't get fooled again."
--Pres. George W. Bush at a "Pledge Across America" Conference in TN