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« Last Edit: July 24, 2011, 09:56:59 AM by Illuminatus »


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Re: The Oslo Shootings
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2011, 06:05:04 PM »
Very clear message :) I like it

When I told my friend yesterday about the disaster he seemed to be upset, at least he expressed his disgust toward terrorism and mass murder in general. He expressed his dislike and I felt completely non-judgemental toward the guy who caused this. I did feel empathy with people who have suffered and their families and how the life in Oslo is right now.. Dark and fearful... But I didn't feel a need to label the murderer. I understood he acted from his own reality which caused him to indulge him in such behavior.... somehow his morals are 'fucked up' from a normal, civilized, western point of view. But yeah: People always do what is right(according to them), but not every body gets to know what is 'right'(different education, life events, environments).... I mean who the hell would do something that doesn't make sense in that very moment... He might regret it later, but in the moment it seemed very profitable for such a person to do. A psychotic person acts like that too, when he's clear minded again he might not understand by any means what caused him to do such things, but back in the moment he did.


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Re: The Norway Shootings
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2011, 11:22:02 AM »
That's exactly how I think about it. It's hard to explain that to other people (outside of the forum reality tunnel ;)), though. Did you try that?

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