A powerful article by Laurence Vance on how tyrants can do nothing without people under them willing to do their bidding:
"The Czar can send any of his officials to Siberia, but he cannot rule without them, or against their will."
~ John Stuart Mill
What kind of a man would kill someone he didn’t know for someone else he didn’t know? I suppose our opinion of such an individual would depend on the circumstances. Most people would condemn a hit man for hire even as they would praise a man who came to the defense of a little old lady in a parking lot who was being attacked with deadly force by a gang of thugs.
But what kind of a man would kill someone he didn’t know, who had never harmed or threatened him, his family, his friends, or anyone he knew for someone he didn’t know, who didn’t know him, and had never been harmed or threatened by the person he wanted killed?
And even worse, who would do such a thing at a moment’s notice, without giving it a second thought, laugh while he did it, brag about it afterward, and then expect to be lauded as a hero?
It pains me to say that the answer is a soldier in the U.S. military.
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