(Original post by Perseveranze)
Ugh, hopefully this will be the last post.
Some parts of western culture are ok, however other parts are not. And it's when you indulge in the "other parts" do you go off the rails. Drinking, smoking, gambling, sleeping with randomers, partying all night, wearing immodest clothes etc. You know how it is best.
That is very shallow thinking that completely excludes the bigger picture. Murders happen all the time, it's nothing new. What needs to be looked at is why this murder happened in the first place, what was the cause, and how do we prevent something like this?
Because really, what's the point in obsessing over a murder when you can't pull yourself to look past it? It's clear, there's a cultural problem here, this is what it comes down to, not the actual murder. The murder is just a line of thousands thats happened in the past, and will happen again unless something is done about it. It's nothing to specifically be shocked about.
It's called dealing with the "root
of the cause".
I do get your point, but I don't think you get mine. You have this mentality to concentrate on things that have no relevance, simply appealing to emotion. You can't stand to think that the alleged victim in this could ever share even a shred of blame. You're just bent on the thought that the parents just randomly decided to abuse and kill their daughter, as if for fun. And due to this limitation in your thinking that you have, you will never understand my point.
You need to learn to be objective, otherwise you'll always keep repeating the same mistakes and never find a resolution.
Yeah, blame me
Your denial is, yes.
If she was abused and killed, then I would obviously feel that it was wrong, and tell the perpetrators that what they did was wrong based on religious grounds, and they need to serve their time for doing the crime. And that's it.
What would you do?
Towards solving the root problem.