danyet wrote:Ok, you have convinced me. You are right. The bad guys have there own reasons to kidnap, rape and kill my sister and I see now that I should respect that and not try to beat the information out of them. I will just let them kill her. Yes, that's it because afterall, I would not want to be guilty of harming in any way, a vermin ridden phsychopathic killer bent on the destruction and torture of everyone he meets. As a matter of fact I think I'll just kill myself now to save him the bother!
danyet wrote:I hope you are joking, I don't know what kind of English you speak but anywhere I have lived two brothers means simply that. So in the scenerio your sister has been stolen. And you have captured one of two brothers. Most people would go to great lengths to rescue a family member but the original question mentions nothing about torture. The reason I used two family members as hostage takers in the scenerio was to try to avoid the torture question if possible, because an even exchange of hostages is more likely with the presence of blood ties, without the need for brutality. So, somehow, from your answer I get the feeling that we agree. There is justifiable hostage taking. It must be scary for you. This revelation I mean.
So, how about torture? Would you refuse to beat your hostage even though you know that if you did you would be saving the life of your sister? I mean time is running out, since she is buried in a box with very little air left. Oh, what to do. ....Let sister die or beat the information out of bad guy..Hmmm!
Still doesn't mean you will get the result you are looking for does it? Using your case scenerio "you beat the hostage for information". What happens if you don't get the information; and your sister still dies? What have you achieved?
Certainly not forgiveness!
danyet wrote:So far, all you "gentle people" have shown me is that you think that your sweet and innocent little sister's life is equal to that of a sadistic murderer's.
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