(Rant) Reddit is a Cancerous piece of crap. Cheering the suffering of Russian soldiers is not "OK"

Right. I am not taking screencaps because I already blocked the Cancer in my router firewall, but the 'jist' of it is, no it is not "acceptable" or "OK" or anything to cheer for a human being to suffer or die in any capacity ESPECIALLY if a trial has not taken place. Should Russians soldiers suffer and die? NO.


"Sash, you're a Pro-Kremlin Troll, or Russian propaganda bot!"


Fuck you. Let's just take that statement and alter it slightly


"Should Russian soldiers be incapacitated or neutralised (this includes killed) to prevent the threat to Ukraine?" YES. This is a war and no matter what anyone wants, people die. Russia is the aggressor and its military must be shown that it will be destroyed if it continues to attack.


But this does NOT mean anyone should be glorifying human suffering AT ALL. If you watch that video of a Russian soldier bleeding from his neck, suffering immensely before death, then that makes you the only who "decides" who can live and who can die, who gets rights and who does not get rights - and that is a path that leads to people like Hitler.


NO ONE has the right to say who gets rights and who doesn't. NO ONE. Only a FAIR TRIAL can permit punishment to be enacted. Reddit, you bunch of stupid idiots, you're playing right into Putin's goal of trying to turn the west against Russia, creating RUSSOPHOBIA only strengthens his grip on his people and makes this situation so much worse.


AND NO ONE IS SAYING ANYONE SHOULD BE CHEERING THE DEATHS AND SUFFERING OF UKRAINIANS AT ALL. SO BEFORE YOUR JIMMIES GET ALL TANGLED THINKING I AM "PUTTING RUSSIAN SOLDIERS BEFORE UKRAINIAN CIVILIANS" NO I AM NOT I AM SIMPLY SAYING YOU ARE FORFEITING YOUR HUMANITY BY CHEERING SUFFERING AND DEATH OF ANOTHER HUMAN REGARDLESS OF THEIR SIN OR CRIME.


And that makes you dangerously on the road to Nazism, the very thing Putin's twisted narrative desires.


Think about it.

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