posted on May, 28 2003 @ 05:32 AM
Don't think its a case of being man or mouse when it comes to being able to kill...any fool can kill...shyte, take a look in any Prison of Forensic
...being a true 'man' isn't so much about what you do as such...its more about possessing the ability to do it, yet choosing not to...control...
But to answer your questions:
1) If you wanted to kill some-one could you?
In the right (or probably wrong, depending on your viewpoint) circumstances...yes...I believe anyone could kill.
2) how would you do it?
Wouldn't really matter...and wouldn't bother sitting around dreaming up ways of ending someones life either...
3) why would you need to do it?
Need, I think, is not a issue at all...it is a choice, therefore it is a 'want'. 'Need' and 'choice' seem to be two opposite ends of the
spectrum. Even if you are faced with your own mortality at the hands of an attacker...you are still faced with choice to retaliate or simply take the
attack. Why would I 'want' to do it?? Well...that is something I'd decide at the time, should that time ever present itself...
4) more importantly, could you live with yourself after you have done it?
If what I did was just, in my mind, then yes...as another member has said, God shall judge if I was right or wrong.
[Edited on 28-5-2003 by alien]