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Respect, honor and society
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mASF post by "Sir***t@we***.net[ ? ]"
posted on: USENet: newsgroup, January 1, 2001

Saki and SweetassSweet have written:

(Snip of lots of territorial shit)

My opinion is that you guys (and others that share this mind-set) are
flying a flag of respect and ethics on a pole of insecurity: "If
everyone does the right thing, then I don't have to loose what I have
and won't have to look foolish for not being able to hold onto it".

If you can resolve it, it may even help net you a woman who's
potentially totally loyal to you (though you can never guarantee it), if
that interests you.

Here's a question to consider: Why do you and/or your relationship need
to be respected?

Regarding honor, what are your thoughts on this scenario?: There is a
decorated war hero/veteran who is in a wheelchair and has lost both of
his arms during a battle (his brother didn't survive it) to preserve the
way of life for you and your given country. His actions probably gave
your parents the freedom and circumstances under which to conceive you
and your other loved ones as well.

But, he is also a silver-tongued devil, and now decides that he desires
your wife/fiancee while she's volunteering at the VA hospital. He knows
full well of the commitment she's made to you and how hard you work to
make her happy.

Even though he has this knowledge, he talks to her (he has no hands to
touch her with, or to defend himself with) in such a way that she now
decides, for the moment, that the pathway to fulfilment for her is to
draw the privacy curtain, climb astride him in his wheelchair,
vigorously ride his still-functioning cock, and push her tits into his
face until they both climax ecstatically.

Sex like this is one of the few pleasures that he can still experience
in life after his tremendous sacrifices for country.

What would you do to him and/or her if you found out about it?

Regarding society, your either want to be in it, or outside of it. Which
do you choose?. In western society, circa 2001 A.D., cheating is not a
crime, violence is, with the exception of some special circumstances.
Are you really against that? Let's try one more scenario to find out....

A very large, unusually strong, well-built man is talking to a lovely
woman and decides that he desires her (he's also trained in the
combative arts by the way). She just happens to be married/engaged to
you but hasn't told him this yet. Through his words and demeanor, she
finds that she has started to desire him as well, for her own reasons.

She now informs him of her committed status. He remains composed, but
inside him a rage has been activated. You see, his "code" is that any
woman he desires is rightfully and deservingly his and his alone,
regardless of her status and as long as she shows a spark of interest,
and, that any man stupid and arrogant enough try to stake a claim on
that which, according to his code, is now his, absolutely deserves
whatever wrath should befall him as a result.

His scorn for you becomes amplified as he thinks about all of this and
about how contemptuous and disrespectful you are being towards him by
your daring to want to keep this woman away from him. On the inside, he
is now seething.

On the outside he remains cool though, and through clever conversation,
he ascertains, through your girl, who you are and where you live and
work. He is consumed by one mission in life right now: to hunt you down
and make you pay dearly for your "crime" against him. He envisions that
his only relief will come once he has exacted his revenge upon you and
has taught you your "lesson" about what constitutes acceptable behavior.

His plan is to approach you while you're at your job, and outside on a
break. He intends to confront you, state your transgression to you, and
while you are sorting through your confusion about whats happening and
why, he'll want to make sure that you learn something about fucking with
him and "his" relationship.

Before you can react, and before anyone can help you, his fist would
land squarely in the center of your face, shattering your nose and the
surrounding structures. He's not thinking about consequences, or about
killing you accidentally when your head hits the cement, or about jail
time or legal hassles that might get in the way of him meeting more
women and living life. All of that is insignificant compared to the
"injustice" that you've done to him, and to him setting the world
straight again according to his view of things and his "ethics".

He realizes that he's stronger and quicker than you are, and so he
begins to purposefully, methodically and completely righteously
(according to him) dismantle your stunned and hapless face with his
fists until it is an unrecognizable pulp and has become irreparably
unattractive to any future women (should you be 'lucky" enough to end up
living through your beating/humiliation) He's not really the type to
show mercy when he's been wronged.

So the question is, if this man was walking among us (as he well could
be doing), knowing that this is how he thinks and is planning to act if
he is wronged according to his rules, how would you propose that we deal
with him and other like-minded individuals? We don't know who he is, but
maybe he reads this news group and is picking up seduction tips to use
for his purposes.

Would you try to convince him that he's wrong for thinking in the way
that he does-- for having his ethics? Would you try to deter him by
alerting him to the possible consequences of acting on his thoughts?
Would you try to see it his way? Maybe he'd convince you that his way is
the right way? Shall we congratulate him on being a man of convictions?

Maybe you would choose to just let this fellow be, and say "to each his
own", and, we could let him go on his merry way and maybe even expand
the law to allow for his behavior.

You decide.


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