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haloplayer2kill

haloplayer2kill

10/5/2012 9:35:44 PM
Was it wrong? Now before you say, "well the Spartans 2's were needed to save mankind from the covenant", let me just say that the Spartans originally mission was to fight the insurrectionists/rebels, not covenant. So even if the Covenant never existed/never came in contact with Man, the Spartan's still would have been created. But though these rebels were a threat to the UNSC, i still believe it was evil to capture kids from there parents, replace them with flash clones that later died, genetically experiment on kids (human experimentation, especially when you use it on people without their permission, is wrong). Brainwashing them, turning them into killing machines, removing a part of their humanity, is wrong as well. Some might say that the end's justify the means, but that justification can be used to "justify" several horrors. What if in the future, the USA has even a larger terrorist threat then it does now? Does that make it ok to kidnap kids and experiment on them? No. Just because the experimentation has the potential to save lives, doesn't justify the actions themselves (Imperial Japan experiment on people, and though their findings/data on the incidents can potentially be used, perhaps for combating certain illness's/diseases, said actions still aren't right). History has shown, that some men are willing to hurt/experiment on people to benefit their side in some way, that doesn't make these men good or just. Also, in real life, if radical Islamic terrorists decided to capture kids from their home, train them, and then indoctrinate them with their terrorist ideology, so the kids would have no problem fighting and killing themselves to stop what they see as the "Western" threat. Does that make their actions good just because if can benefit their faction in some way? No What do you think? [Edited on 10.05.2012 1:39 PM PDT]

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