By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
Stealing is ok, only if you steal donuts “its just donuts … man” and what if you steal diamonds, many will still argue “its just diamonds … man” and if someone even wields a knife at police officers who were called at the scene, the police should not shoot since “he’s only wielding a knife … man” and if he stabs a cop “it’s only a cop … man”.
Cops should stand their ground and if the criminal is warned to drop the knife and he walks towards them, than it’s bam bam, good day, man. That man needed killing:
In the United States, stand-your-ground law removes a duty to retreat from the elements self-defense. The concept sometimes exists in statutory law and sometimes through common law precedents. “Stand Your Ground” laws effectively extend the Castle Doctrine to any place someone has a right to be.
Forty-six states in the United States have adopted the castle doctrine, stating that a person has no duty to retreat when attacked. Twenty-two states go a step further, removing the duty of retreat from other locations. “Stand Your Ground”, “Line in the Sand” or “No Duty to Retreat” laws thus state that a person has no duty or other requirement to abandon a place in which he has a right to be, or to give up ground to an assailant. Under such laws, there is no duty to retreat from anywhere the defender may legally be. Other restrictions may still exist; such as when in public, a person must be carrying firearms in a legal manner, whether concealed or openly.
Here is how the Russians do it:
Israel killed the Philistines and the Canaanites. Americans killed Nazis both military and civilians. Certain people just needed killing.