Neoconservatism Is An Omnicidal Death Cult, And It Must Be Stopped
Caitlin Johnstone

Nothing justifies wishing death on someone else. Period.

Killing a person can be justified if reality constrains your choices but wishes are by definition free of constraint. The moment you add constraint it stops being a wish.

Wishes can be perfect and you can simply wish for a better outcome.

It’s kinda like the problem of evil, only with regard to wishes, you are god.

Wishing death on a murderer is asking ethics to grade on a curve and makes it so ANYTHING can be justified so long as someone somewhere did something worse or tried to.

This is deeply related to the problem of lesser evils.

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