Go to market-ticker.org and read this piece by Karl Denninger on killing.
I like this part...
"But we have intentionally removed from our consciousness all of
the ugly that inherently comes with killing. And at the same time we
have removed our understanding and respect for the fierce desire of that
which is alive to remain alive.
We are now so depraved that we have calls in the media and political offices to cower in the corner and die when under lethal assault rather than assert our right to life and do whatever we're able, with whatever tools we can muster, to stop that assault. We nod our heads instead of erecting the middle finger at all who suggest such rabid stupidity.
We talk about "gun control"
as if that will stop killing. It will not. It will simply allow more
killing to take place. Consider that if deer knew how to use rifles we
would probably not hunt them. They know their piece of forest better
than we do. We go into the forest for a few weeks to scout and then to
shoot. They live there all year. Who's going to ambush who if they had rifles as well?"
"And sickos would not hunt us if they believed we were armed -- whether we actually are or not."
Well done, Sir!