posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 02:46 AM
Originally posted by LightningStrikesHere
Ill state it here on your thread too , I honestly do not feel any remorse for this man , it's strange how things work out , he is known as a lire ,
and he also has 160 confirmed kills under his belt , some of wich were women , i think its a small price to pay for the lives that he took , and
that's just the way the world turns sorry ATS thats just how i feel ......
First, please learn proper spelling and grammar. A cell phone isn't an exuse to type the way you have here.
His killing of men and women was only in situations where they were threatening his fellow soldiers and Americans. I'm guessing you're probably not an
American. Regardless of whether you agree with your duty or not, you still follow orders, and that's what he was doing - and keeping his friends safe.
The soldiers don't get to choose their wars and battles.
Originally posted by trysts
That's pretty disgusting calling this mass murderer a hero. That's one sick person who wrote this article.
It's pretty disgusting to me that you see him as a mass murderer. War is war, not murder. Whether it's a declared war or not, killing hostiles to
yourself and compatriots is not so much murder as self defense. Unless you can pick out a moment where he was killing people for fun in the middle of
an Afghan market, and drinking their blood or something, I'd say he's more of a hero and less than a murderer.
You and others who think this way are the reason the world sucks, because of these and other political, economic, and social issues on which you end
up taking the side of the tyrants and socialists who are pulling your strings, rather than reading up on history and coming to your own conclusions.
Please, try and have an original thought at least once in your bleeding-heart of a life.
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