The debate "Hating the one who hates you is not so awful" was started by
October 15, 2017, 5:12 pm.
15 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 13 people are on the disagree side.
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Najam1 posted 2 arguments to the agreers part.
Muluken posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Najam1, DrakeVonSchweetz, lito, SirIntegra and 11 visitors agree.
kill_all_idiots, dg9392, Muluken, TARUN26, YoungVoicesof_Tomorrow and 8 visitors disagree.
killing with subliminal and unorthodox methods is still killing. some people hate another person so much that they are able to convince others to hate by threatening and intimidating those who don't hate. Sucks for people who can't get income outside of the government and it's lackeys.
I misunderstood your claim. I thought you were talking about hate in general, not specifically murder. If they are trying to kill you, then thats a different story. I would say its alright to dislike a murderer. But if you are talking about a racist, I would agree to disagree. wether you agree with them or not, hating them for what they hate is again, no good. becoming a racist to a racist is probably not a good or benefitial idea.
When they are actively doing any and everything they can to harm you, that roadrunner Wile. E. coyote tactic is only appropriate. If they hate you and attack you for no reason, how are they different than a random mugger or a cop attacking and assaulting someone suspected of nothing?
That is a false assumption. Two wrongs don't make a right. Also, Jesus said to keep your friends close and keep your enemies closer. He also said to love your enemies. There is no benefit in hating someone for who they are, we are all made in the Image of God and we must see the good in every person. I understand that a person may hate another person, and that is wrong, but it does no good to hate them back. Great topic by the way. Very interesting and excites me to talk about this.