Ummm... That's not the issue. Either you believe in this stuff or you don't:quote:Killing a race of persons for the actions of a few does not make sense.
KILLING ONLY BEGETS KILLING.
On the other thread, you didn't qualify that statement by saying "in this case" or anything to the effect that said such an absolute statement had exceptions. And that idea is one that's forward pretty often by Anti-War and anti-capital punishment types all the time.
So it matters not that there is a difference between the "call" for extermination and the call for execution. That statement , as pointed out earlier, is an anti-violence statement. And an absolute statement at that. One that hardly suggests that there are exceptions.
Now, you can pretend like you never said it or even act like you actually qualified it but that is obviously not the case.
Yada, yada... I don't care whether you're pro-capital punishment or against Kambon's extermination statement. It has indeed been your "logic" that's been at issue.quote:Its my logic and my belief take it or leave it.
KILLING ONLY BEGETS KILLING, again, is an anti-violence statement.