Right and wrong- them and you

The nature of an act- particularly its rightness or wrongness– doesn’t change depending on who is committing the act.

It doesn’t matter if you idolize those committing the act or hate them.

If “their” troops are evil for doing it, so are “your” troops. Also, if “your” troops are righteous for doing something, so are theirs. Every person on the planet has equal and identical rights- and no one has the right to do things outside those rights.

Again: Right and wrong don’t depend on who does them.

It seems a lot of people don’t understand that simple principle.

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