On Hatred: Good Riddance Josef Mengele

Today is February 7th, 2013: the thirty third anniversary of Josef Mengele's relatively serene death by drowning in the ocean. Better than he deserved, but at least we don't have to breathe the same air as that monstrosity. It is not considered politically correct to hate, but hatred is a rational response to perpetrators of evil. Hatred should be reserved for, and directed at, those who take pleasure in dehumanizing and maiming others - either in pursuit of power, or merely out of sociopathic mentality. Hatred is a proper response to evil. In today's political climate, hate is considered a transgression. It has come too often to be defined by the feelings of one offended party, regarding the presumed intentions of another party. Especially by the Left, evil is rejected as a concept, as is belief in an objective moral standard. Given this mercurial regard for morality, it is hardly surprising that Mengele's brethren Mao Zedong, Vladimir Lenin,...(Read Full Post)