No. Of course not. Religious madness will not stop as long as religion exists.
The fortunate part of suicide missions is that there is a very small percentage of repeat offenders.
Well, when all you have to convince people that they should work for you is promises of eternal bliss after death without any kind of proof, you can't really expect nobel prize material to flock to you...
we need to cut the human population in half in the next 100 years (by breeding less, not killing people off)
Pretty sure the Nazis also tried forced sterilization. It did not turn out well.
Otherwise if you wanted to see an ever stronger reaction than telling people you are going to kill a group of them off, then try to say you are now telling them who they can and cannot fuck.
Or you could try a middle ground like China's "one child" policy, which leads to other disasters...
Or you know, you could try not telling people how to live their lives according to some poor rationale you've developed as to why they should obey your whims, and they in turn will be somewhat less likely to kill you.
They're a bit like religion. Yes, there are some good aspects, but in total, it's more of a hassle than the benefits warrant.
ShouldIWearSpadex.com (well you can build that one but only if it always returns NO for all input)
If you want to wage war, do it. Go grab a gun and go to war. But do it yourself. If the assholes who want a war would have to fight it, they'd not only be far shorter, there would also be far fewer of them.
And why about the rich ones?
Well, I don't know about you, but to me not wanting to go to war to die senselessly to protect the interest of a few and participate in the dick-measuring contest between US and USSR sounds like a really sane reason to get out of it.
Dude, think again. Kissinger has one. Obama has one. The EU has one. Giving one to Assange, Manning and Snowden sends the wrong signal, they're not crooks.
Statues erected to promote freedom of speech and tell people they should not be afraid to say when there is something going wrong are considered "provocative".
How does one kid go from getting a bad grade to breaking and entering... Probably by following the train of thought that anything is ok as long as you bring home good grades.
That's what good parenting is about, right? Making sure your kids knows that his grades mean everything.
Someone fucking up on a test, then having the bright idea of "hacking" a computer (when obviously having no skill whatsoever to do so), then lighting the computer on fire without either considering that this will not accomplish anything nor having the sense to know that this fire might not be limited to the computer but may spread...
If that are the actions of a rational adult,
Funny enough, if he actually HAD screwed like an adult, he'd probably be in trouble with the law now, too...
Private power companies don't work because they don't add value.
That is kind of a ridiculous statement. If nothing else they can add value simply by producing power cheaper than other companies, or provide power where public utilities will not.
There are private power companies in the U.S. you know... if they "do not work" how do they exist?