QatzelOk wrote:Are you saying that genocide "doesn't deserve to be demonized?"
Are you saying that maybe the world should give genocide a chance? That it can be used to "improve" or "progress?"
I am asking you this because "celebrating genocide" - like you seem to be asking the reader to do - is much worse than Holocaust Denial. It's Holocaust Celebration, that you are suggesting.
In everyday life I get on with most people and can respect and appreciate the particular skills and qualities of most people. However when it comes to politics, and to political ideology, I have little respect for most people. People say they are really opposed to genocide, but even a relative cursory look at post World War history will reveal this was not the case. There have been a number of post World War II genocides that were preventable and if not preventable then stoppable.
Many people have noticed that most politicians seem to be dishonest, frequent liars, when they are not out and out lying, extremly careless with the truth, inconsistent, bigoted and hypocritical. And most people are correct in this low view of the behaviour and speech of politicians. However politicians lack of truth actually represents the lack of truth of most so called ordinary people. It is because of this that most political discourse takes place in a hysterical style.