Twitter Discussion About The Principle Of Killing

I had a discussion on twitter about an anthropological constant with the feminist author Rita Banerji from India about war and killing …
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discussion:
1
Rita Banerji:
This photo of Kobane reminded me of pictures Berlin, Dresden, after WWII. Maybe this is the dark before the light?
2
my reply as frizztext:
Dresden, more Hiroshima, had their disaster – a revenge for hate and ignorance; are there better tools to stop idiocy?
3
reply by Rita:
When old stories repeat in new forms, it probably means the human race hasn’t learnt its lessons. Or can’t? Or maybe won’t?
4
frizztext:
The principle of killing does not seem to be braked. Words and arguments appear ineffective…
5
reply by iceman755 from France:
and when the principle of killing is making money for a few people, words have no more meaning
6
Rita Banerji:
I agree, that the underlying reason for these is almost always the goal to consolidate wealth & power.
7
frizztext:
Rita, we know via the example India, the reason is a “joy to eliminate”. There is an invisible war “male vs. women”
(not a genocide but a “femicide”)

related:
https://twitter.com/Rita_Banerji
Rita Banerji

frizztext
https://twitter.com/frizztext

iceman755 from France:
https://twitter.com/iceman755

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writer, photographer, guitarist

3 responses to “Twitter Discussion About The Principle Of Killing

  1. 'On This Day' Jan 27, 2015
    … and Auschwitz was an endless horror, killing people like doing a job in a factory…

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  2. The revenge of the generations, it seems to be both terminal and never-ending.

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