posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 11:05 AM
Anybody who can order someone else to murder an innocent person is crazy in my book.
And that's what he did.
But to be more explicit: It's unlawful.
I did one time see a small interview with him. I kept wondering why he acted so strangely. I wondered if he's somehow conflicted inside or angry. I
know when I'm angry or conflicted about something I can say things that I wouldn't say when I'm not angry or conflicted. The questions is is there
ever a moment where Manson does not act this way? I wonder how much of it comes from being in prison and feeling like nobody will listen to him now
that everybody considers him a murderer and a crazy man. But he should also know that he deserves it. You can't be the mastermind behind a murder and
not expect there to be consequences, you know? He can't pretend things can be different.
When your own choices lead to the anger or conflict, it's only yourself you can blame.
I think a happpy man is a free man. Manson wasn't free even when he wasn't in prison. A happy man doesn't murder. A happy man doesn't get angry and
conflicted all the time.
edit on 3-11-2012 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)