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  1. There is no PARADOX, there are inaccuracies in the simplified colloquial and everyday low-scientific vocabulary “hate / condemn”.

    The specified expression “hate / condemn” should have a specific measure/weight/validity-from 0% to 100% – taking into account all the circumstances, i.e. hate / condemn can be minimal/insignificant and maximum/significant, etc.

    The most stupid uneducated criminal knows that he is far from 100% right, and a smart educated person knows this much better.

  2. Hate doesn't make sense at all. It is not constructive, you can't cook porridge with it. There's no point in hating anyone. All actions of any person are caused by causal relationships, and everyone behaves only as they can behave in these conditions. So if you can stop hating, do it. And if you can't, you just can't)�

    Maybe my answer will help you. But this is not accurate.

  3. There are laws in society. Laws exist to maintain order in a society, shaping ways to resolve conflicts recognized by that society.

    Roughly speaking, if someone stole something from you, you don't need to kill them anymore: you need to notify the law office about what was done and their task is to kill them.:

    1) find a way to recover your loss while making sure that you have no reason to start violating the order of society (for example, by killing a thief)

    2) conduct educational work on the thief (in the form of a fine/social service/visit to a psychotherapist) so that such a violation of life in society on his part will not happen again.

    Now let's move on to the killers. In fact these are people who:

    1) either in principle they do not respect the law as a principle

    Often they have a lot of additional violations of public order.�

    Solutions: such people are a failure of the educational system. To combat this, in addition to a developed judicial system, an audit of prisons is necessary: from my point of view, prisons should be managed by the Ministry of Education and the goal of the prison is not to “punish” criminals, but to re-educate and help them integrate back into society.

    2) or disagree with a specific law

    Perhaps in their lives they encountered a situation where they did not agree with the existing order and instead of trying to change the laws they decided to cross it themselves.

    Solutions: In addition to the methods mentioned above, a more clear explanation is needed to explain to citizens their rights, their methods of protection by law, as well as methods of influencing laws. We also need a clearer mechanism for challenging laws by ordinary citizens.

    3) either mentally ill with some kind of deviation

    All existing abnormalities can be treated with therapy, especially if they are diagnosed early. Unfortunately, due to many factors, many such people either do not experience therapy at all, or it is not of high quality. So in the end, we have what we have.

    Solutions: educating the public about psychological assistance and disabilities, integrating it into everyday life.

    The answer to the question itself:

    yes, you can sympathize. But they have already made a choice, now it's better to help create a system where they can change and there will be fewer new killers.

  4. “Don't look like that — it's not about me. That's what we young people were taught, you know? We were … taught that way…
    ” But why were you the first student?.. The brute.
    “Because that's what we were taught!
    © Kill the Dragon movie


    If a person is not locked up in a hospital for life, because he does not control himself at all, then he understands what he is doing. We were all shaped by our environment. But we're not babies anymore, and we usually have a choice. Even Nazi criminals had a choice, and to become the head of a death camp is to make that choice. If you follow the environment all your life and go with the flow, never turning your head on for a second, you can swim anywhere. But let's say in half a year a person is not responsible for himself. But then you can somehow navigate. You can be more comfortable with a person if you understand them. But this will not make him either moral or good, and he will not be right. Hatred is unfair, because it poisons the hater. But there are situations when hatred is quite understandable.

    To come here, I always chose where to turn. And he also swerved every time. He is followed by a trail of those who unwittingly caught the moment of his choice.

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