posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 03:20 PM
reply to post by smirkley
Because he is the owner of the property (a piece of land, I suppose), and an, for him, unidentifiable (living and unbound to any land!) creature
crosses that 'property', he has the *RIGHT* to shoot it? It's beyond me you're actually justifying that, again: as if it a natural thing to do...
being on a fringe-website that 'denies ignorance'. You know; ignorance and denial about 'us-and-them' thinking, misanthropy, violence, oppression,
distribution of wealth, food, land etc.
"This is MY piece of land, so I have the RIGHT to shoot every strange being crossing it."
Geez, don't even know where to start.
Anyway, don't know where the heck this happened but to me, it is metaphorical or rather: an analogy of greedy, possessive, megalomanic thinking in
general. I bet the shooter feels he has the *right* to beat foreigners in his local café that look different, rape women when they give him a
friendly smile (hence: asking for it) and beat *HIS* wife when she isn't obedient.
Just because you can, doesn't make it *RIGHT*...
To me it is more than a cultural difference bound to a certain place/space.
but I suppose this will not come through - I'll make sure I'll never come near the place: the guy will probably shoot me. Your reply, again, angers
me beyond believe. This is how ignorance starts, and is acted out in one's own home/back yard.