“Because the murderer is a whack job!”
Yes, he is a whack job but that doesn’t answer why. Every person, crazy or sane, has a reason for their actions. There are two distinct reasons ‘why’ but they are obviously connected. The first is that the subconscious mind is self-destructive. (Proof of this self-destructiveness can be witnessed in smokers, compulsive gamblers, suicide, AND in subliminal advertising that features death).
The second is that the murderer wants to make a political / social statement – ‘I don’t want to live in this world and I don’t want my family to have to live in it either’.The more heinous his crime, the more brightly his blood graffiti message will shine up in the media – “the rule-of-law SUCKS and that is REALLY why I did it!”
“The rule-of-law SUCKS and that is REALLY why he did it?”
Yes. Odd as it sounds, the rule-of-law is why he killed and the law against murder actually enabled him to side-step his good conscience to kill. Law is slavery. People get angry when I say that, but it is the truth and you know it. Law is based on the slavery principle of ‘obey or be punished‘. There are a lot of flowery quotes and rationalizations around law to assuage a conscious mind and to make you accept the slavery of law as ‘freedom and protection’, when it is neither. But your subconscious mind certainly knows that law is slavery and that is one big reason why the subconscious mind is self-destructive.
The murderer strikes at the law that he hates with every fiber of his being: he does not see his beloved family standing behind the law. Then like a bullfighter’s red cape, the law moves away unhurt, and the death blows fall on the victims. The law did NOT protect the mass-murder’s family: the law made crime targets of them. The rule-of-law was the co-murderer!
The IS another way!
A law operates like this: Killing a person is an act against the state. Killing a person is breaking an edict that belongs to the state. Killing a person is directly disobeying the government. And killers will be PUNISHED, not punished for killing the person but for disobeying the government’s law. Using any of these definitions, a persons level of animosity towards the state or government has to factor into his decision to commit the act.
Non-law operates like this: Killing a person deprives them of their human right to life. Others in society are threatened by a killer who has demonstrated a murderous nature. The justice system WILL take necessary actions to protect people by jailing or other.
Non-law keeps statutes, police, courts and jails fully operational but it eliminates the cancerous parts of law, like slavery and the illogical view that the state is harmed by a crime.