If you don't believe someone deserves to die for what they are doing, how wrong can you really believe their acts to be?
I ask this of myself as much as I ask it of you.
I don't believe a teenager cutting across my yard deserves to be killed for trespassing.
I don't believe someone deserves to be killed for v*ting.
I don't believe people who believe government to be necessary deserves to die for that wrongheaded belief.
But I do believe they are wrong in every case I mentioned above.
And, I do believe many wrongdoers can rightly be killed by their victims (or intended victims).
Maybe the reason has something to do with "proportionality", although I'm not a firm believer in that concept either. Or, at least the weight I give some wrongs doesn't seem to align well with the weight others give them.
And, yet... statists. Every single little "offense" against their religion is ultimately punishable by death. But they believe they are the "reasonable ones".
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