Post from April 11, 2015 (↻ April 5, 2018), filed under Everything Else (feed).
Sometimes I’m an idealist indeed.
It must stop. In our life time, it must stop. No more killing. Not even by states. Especially not by states.
That’s not all—far from it—that we need to stop doing. But it’s a start. A sane start. For how eagerly and readily we kill life is sick, no matter the exceptions. It’s unacceptable. No more killing.
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