posted on Jun, 23 2011 @ 07:26 AM
Not everyone has this kind of instinctive aversion to murder. It is a varying thing. It´s kind of like how some people are perfectly willing to
butcher an animal for their dinner, even if it´s not necessary, whereas some people baulk that idea, even if they are meat eaters. Society is
dictacting our morality, but it is not black and white - it is a spectrum. Is murder really so counter-intuitive to human nature as many people would
assume? I would think not. Is somebody who lacks the ability to empathise any more unnusual than anyone else? Or do these different traits of
character simply consitute the diversity of human nature?
As for that "mosquito" device, I do not think it has any kind of mind controlling powers or whatever. I´m 25 and can hear it, yet I have not
murdered anyone (recently). This case is just an exposé of the truth of humanity, in that not all of us can, or will, conform to society´s
expectations of our thoughts and our actions.
It is easy to blame these things on the internet, on popular media and so on, but that is not the cause. I´m afraid it just so happens that people
are not perfect little angels and there will, of course, be many people out there who do not subscribe to the general consensus of appropraite
behaviour - whether they display this mildly or in extremity, the fact remains that whether you like it or not, this is what humanity is like.