Feb
11
2013

A reminder to any low-rent scumbags defending Chris Dorner.

He’s not an anti-hero, or any kind of vigilante, or anything else suitably darkly majestic.  He’s a no-account coward who started out by murdering the daughter (and her fiance) of a guy that Dorner had a supposed problem with, probably because Chris Dorner figured that she wouldn’t have a gun.

The only people who respect trash like that are trash themselves.

8 Comments

  • Catseyes says:

    You left out lying coward. There’s a post on the report about his getting booted off the force at Aces.

  • Doc Holliday says:

    They are people who live with no consequences. They type a bunch of crap on the ‘net, then tell their little group how cool they are.

    We have a swath of society now that hates everything and feels for no one. You know, if this scum had said he supported conservatives, these lefty fanboys would hate him like poison. People on the right decry that the MSM is ignoring the left wing manifesto, but be certain, the left got it clear as day. They support this murderer BECAUSE of his left wing views, and for no other reason.

    I can say with a clear conscience that if this guy claimed to be the modern Paul Revere I would still wish him taken down asap.

    The man is nothing but evil incarnate, his actions tell the truth of what he is.

  • sicsemperstolidissimum says:

    I’m honestly torn between “Democrats will be Democrats” and “I’m confused. Are you saying that Obama will NOT being having Dorner as his next nominee, after Hagel?”
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    I guess there is always the alternative of pretending to try the argument that Democrat Political Activists of the past didn’t do this sort of thing because of their better upbringing and character. The core of this would be citations of folks like Steve Renfroe, Democrat ex-Confederate veterans who were involved in various murders in the late nineteenth century.

  • DemosthenesVW says:

    You wouldn’t think this would need to be explained. To anyone.

    • DemosthenesVW says:

      Sorry, a bit got left off the end there. That should have finished “…who wasn’t the Joker.”
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      On second thought, you know, as I’m adding that back in — even the former Jack White (possibly) would have enough of a moral compass to *understand* why Dorner should be condemned. It’s just that he wouldn’t care. That there are people out there who apparently don’t have the ethical sense of THE JOKER might be my scariest takeaway from this post.

      • sicsemperstolidissimum says:

        The notion that all humans are people is not innate to humanity.
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        There is reason to think that some sort of restriction in the monkeysphere is the default.
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        This example can be understood as being merely a variation of ‘those who are not closely enough related by blood are not people’. The blood is in this case ideological.
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        ‘The Masses’ are effectively treated as spirits or an idol. Rituals are held to please them, in exchange for magic. Pointless murders of these neutrals become ‘necessary sacrifices’ if a Leftist does it.
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        Only a leftist can really be murdered, and even then, only if not done by a greater leftist.
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        In short, it isn’t necessarily a lack of judgment, sometimes it is a judgment by an alien set of ethics, that you, Moe, Catseyes, Doc Holliday, myself, et al., are hostile to.

    • sicsemperstolidissimum says:

      a) Pulp and Super Hero Comics. They really like the vigilante. To work right, they kinda have to cheat, by fusing incompatible societies without hurting WSoD. Hero/Champion societies tend towards rule of men over law. Ideally, our society has rule of law over rule of man. These genres have contributed to the impression that vigilantism does not hurt the idea of a nation of laws, not men, even in cases where the vigilante action would otherwise be just.
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      b) An understanding of human evil comes partly from intuition, partly from study of self, partly from learning, and partly from experience. A person can be alive without necessarily being in a situation where all or any of the above learning must occur.
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      c) Blah, blah, blah, different standards of justice in different societies, and all the people who haven’t studied and thought about things enough to have come to their own conclusions.
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      d) Severely mentally ill people, too distorted in their own thinking to be able to understand and apply their own society’s standard of justice.
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      e) Given the stupidity, evil, and madness I know of in the field of love, romance, and sex, expecting sense is outside of my modeling for humanity.

  • Catseyes says:

    Dorner seems to fit in class “D” from what I’ve read about him.

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