Why terrorists are bad

In a perfect world, you wouldn’t need to motivate why terrorists, a.k.a. people who want to kill other people for the means of getting their opinions heard or their demands to be executed, are bad. People who want to use murder and violence as political means when they do have other options are ALWAYS scumbags, twats and narcissistic idiots! They must always be condemned and I say like Churchill said to the Nazis; We will never surrender!

Some of you maybe looked a little bit extra on my sentence about “when they do have other option”. What do I mean by that? Well, you cannot really condemn the Eidelweiss-pirates during the Nazi rule of Germany to stand up against Hitler. But civilian obedience and violence must ONLY come into usage when ALL other options are gone. For instance with RAF, this was not the case. The same situation on what we have today is for instance in Copenhagen now lastly, where youngsters threw pavement stones at the police because someone else bought their hang-out place. The same situation was in Germany in the 70s and 60s. Young spoiled white kids living in the rich world want to make revolution because 1. it sounds cool 2. they have nothing better to do 3. they are spoiled by their parents and they want to take revenge on them and all other forms of “authorities” and finally 4. they are thieves, convicts and trouble-makers who should be taken into custody!

“WE WANT TO HAAVE (for free)”! The war cry of the hoards of teenage “rebels” in the rich west. Here you have everything between RAF in Germany to AFA in Sweden and Denmark. Pathetic. Why would I respect a communist who devoted her life to the killing of other innocent people just because of her own beliefs?

And what I think about globalization and capitalism? Well, these are positive forces in combating world poverty and ignorance and also a great insurance against wars and other armed conflicts. But that my friends – is another story! =)


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This blog belongs to Carl-Mikael A. Teglund - tegis. Swedish emigrant with a heart for languages, philosophy, history, and politics (classical liberalism in the European tradition). Go ahead and look, read, or listen. I'm sure you will find it interesting.
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