Time to repeal archaic anti-murder laws.

When shinoko points, it's not rude.

In today’s ultra conservative climate it seems that murder has become a dirty word. Your everyday Joe that casually mentions his bloodlust by the water cooler is systematically shunned as an outcast or an “undesirable”… Why? In the old days a free soul could go out and kill as many people as he saw fit for a days exercise/leisure. Nowadays this is no longer so. Nowadays if somebody cuts you off in traffic or throws a cigarette on the ground or takes too long picking their gelato flavours you should just leave them be. If for example you were to rip a pole out of the ground and slam it into said persons skull “polite society” says that you’ve gone too far. So? All of these people continue in their disgusting habits without fear of retribution and thus they are multiplying. Pretty soon the entire world will be humming some godforsaken tune on any number of trains and there’ll be nothing you can do about it.

Unless we act.

I know what you’re thinking, what can I do? I’m but one person alone in this ugly world. No. Well, like mother Theresa said “We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.”

So. Here are 3 things you can do to help our cause.

  1. Commit a decisive act of violence against someone who cuts you off in traffic or doesn’t hold the lift for you or whatever… Just so long as they are definitely being annoying. Make sure your victim is dead and that if there are any bystanders around that they are aware of the annoying deed that your victim was committing.
  2. Write a letter to your local government urging them to change their archaic and blatantly discriminatory anti murder laws. Write a letter once a month and urge your friends to do the same.
  3. If you find someone doing something annoying and you are uncomfortable with murdering them then get a photo and send it to us preferably with a name and address attached. If you can’t get a name and address then just the photo will be fine it would just save us a bit of legwork if you could include those details. We’ll handle the rest.

 

Good luck and Godspeed.

-Shinoko