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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » “On the Virtues of Killing Children”

I promised to put up a link to this post last night on the show and promptly forgot. Sorry.

Anyway, here is today’s must-read, but I warn you that you might not feel quite as happy and carefree once you’ve read it.

Nevertheless, it’s something you need to read.

19 Responses to ““On the Virtues of Killing Children””
  1. bigdicksplace Comment by bigdicksplace

    Yeah, I was thinking somewhat along the same lines myself.

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  3. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591 UNITED STATES

    Great. Johnathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” realized in our day. Call the exterminator.

  4. Unregistered Comment by armybryan

    Having been in Iraq for more than a year, returned this past spring, I can honestly say that I do not give much a damn about about hajji’s little boy or girl getting killed. Mainly for two reasons, one of which is the immense amount of contempt that I now have for the Arab people becuase of their inncessant and permanent self-classification of “victims” of the mean oppressive Western powers. The other, more germane reason is that, in all probability, these children will grow up in a society which indoctrinates them into the permanent mindset of hating us and wantiing to strike out at us. In my book, killing the children is simply another aspect of pre-emption. This needs to be coupled with a very robust ROE for troops on the ground, so that we can not only wipe out future terrorists, but also the ones currently running the brainwashing programs euphemisticallly called “schools” all over the Arab-Muslim world.
    Just my two cents worth

  5. Unregistered Trackback by The Templar Times UNITED STATES

    Monstrous Angels…

    No one has written so powerfully of late than Grim, On the Virtues of Killing Children (H/T The Anti-Idiotarian Rottwieller). I am considering this required reading. . ….

  6. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon

    No sane person should WANT to do this.

    But that doesn’t mean he isn’t right.

    RH

  7. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Well Mr. Grimm was long on Socratic method and damn good at it too! Amazing!

    Someone named, “tweell penned a comment of which this is a part of it: “Now we face the same choice - to give in to evil and so doom our own offspring, or kill when we must, accepting the taint and imperilling our souls for the sake of our children.
    Even as I would go hungry so that my children be fed, I will kill other children to keep mine free from such savagery

    Bingo! Game, set, & match…

  8. Unregistered Comment by LC sgtmech

    That was very eloquently put, perhaps a little too so. I’ve a feeling that this post was so well written that the people who NEED to read it, and we all know who they are, won’t take it seriously. Those of us of the conservative bent are forever being chided for having no “feelings” or being to blunt in our problem solving. Call me a fool, but I actually think they’ll think this was some sort of cruel joke to make the appeasement crowd mad. I realized long ago that it’s usually the people that care the most that end up doing what these touchy feelie types don’t have the balls or even desire to do themselves. This post is so utterly true and spells out either our doom, or our salvation…it’s a choice we as a country have yet to make…G-d help us if it’s the wrong one.

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  10. Unregistered Comment by ichpokhudezh UNITED STATES

    “Weeping one’s eyes over deaths of innocent children” is a non-issue, really. It is a moral position, I think.

    But, for the argument sake, let me juxtapose two quotes here: one from the linked blog and another from a real soldier’s comment right here. Hopefully, you will see that the theory and practice is quite different.

    Grim@Blackfive: “If we do that [harden our hearts], the children will lose their value as hostages, and as targets”

    armybrian: “I do not give much a damn about about hajji’s little boy or girl getting killed. Mainly for two reasons [:]… the immense amount of contempt that I now have for the Arab people … killing the children is simply another aspect of pre-emption”

    Me being myself, I give the second quote more weight and relevance to the war choices and their consequences.

  11. ORWAC86 Comment by ORWAC86 UNITED STATES

    The killing of a child is never a virtuous act. That the innocent die in war is one reason no moral human wants war. Our respect and love for innocent life may be the reason they are targeted, but the fact that we will take casualties to protect the innocent is what separates us from the savages we fight. My $ 0.02 worth.

  12. Emperor Darth Misha I Comment by Emperor Darth Misha I UNITED STATES

    The killing of a child is never a virtuous act.

    Nobody said that it was.

    But neither is the targeting of children that we currently engage in by turning them into high value assets for animals.

    They attack children because it shatters our resolve and makes us waver. If we did not waver because of it, then that tactic would no longer work.

    They use children as shields because they know that it’ll make us hesitate. If we did not hesitate, then children would no longer have a value as hostages to them.

    By our insistence on dealing with animals according to a human calculus, we achieve the exact opposite of that which we hope to achieve.

    It is as stupid as the hippie morons walking into the woods to “commune” with hungry Grizzly bears.

  13. mithglin Comment by mithglin UNITED STATES

    I decided a long time ago that I love my children far more than I love theirs. These animals stole their father, and I have been told repeatedly that they are an acceptable target by muslims that I argue with online. These are MY kids, the blessings that G-d granted me, the only things that kept me going five years ago and if anyone muslim or Christian, American or foreiner, man or woman wants to harm them I am going to kill them. PERIOD! Without regret, remorse or even much thought.

    Dorothy

  14. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    A man I knew by the name of Tony was forced to empty an M-16 into some Vietnamese kid heading towards his buddies with a grenade. He also then killed the boys parents….for doing that to their kid. Does he wish it never happened? Of course. Does he feel regret and sadness? Yes, he does. But his love for his fellow soldiers trumped…as it should. It come down to a courage sadly lacking in the left……..a courage often borne of desperation, but courage nevertheless. I would suggest detractors talk to the people raising their kids to play with hand grenades or blow themselves up……..not that I expect to see that happen……

  15. Unregistered Comment by TGregg UNITED STATES

    Better link.

  16. Nanashi Comment by Nanashi UNITED STATES

    Great. Johnathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” realized in our day. Call the exterminator.

    Glad to see I wasn’t the only one who made this connection.

  17. RobH Comment by RobH

    COURAGE - THAT’S the correct word!

    And it’s COURAGE that we in the West seem to be lacking right now - at EXACTLY the WRONG POINT in history to lack it.

    I’m very disappointed in Condi going along with this insane UN Resolution - she oughta be smarter than this.

  18. Beth* A. Comment by Beth* A. UNITED STATES

    Great. Johnathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” realized in our day. Call the exterminator

    One BIG difference. Swift used satire, at it’s finest, to make his point.

    This isn’t satire.

    Not anymore.

  19. 1oldleg Comment by 1oldleg

    Grim is right. We (the west) will harden our hearts to the killing of children, and with the cold, impersonal efficiency of modern combined arms, wreak savagery upon those who cause us to kill the temporaneously innocent. Our rage should not be focused on those who cause the atrocity, guerilla tactics have called for this method for time immemorial. Our rage should be focused on those who allowed their children to be placed in harm’s way. To wit: Hezbollah hides amongst the Lebanese civilians. Said civilians see what hezbollah prepares to do, and leaves the children in place. Israel attacks hezbollah causing the deaths of children. Lebanese are guilty of murdering their own children. And don’t tell me that hezbollah has threatened to kill lebanese for non-cooperation. The lebanese are willing participants in this charade.

    message ends.