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61021376 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015
Eh, but maybe if Washington were a teenager nowadays:iconderpplz:
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FafnirDH Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013  Student Photographer
No matter what - he is a hero.
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Yourmove17 Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013
...there is no excuse for taking the gift that has already been given to all people from others. No matter what nation you are from. Sometimes we tell ourselves that it is a necessary evil to protect the common good, but there are no necessary evils, just those we accept. Yet, we must always judge others before ourselves, so ask yourself what does this do? You turned something that hurt others and put on something to make a point. For what? Awareness? Americans are aware and they are not doing anything.  I am an American and try my best to live a good life and be a good man. No matter what we do, these people will always exist. You might kill to stop government, start a new one, or preserve an old, but the gift is still taken. The only people that truly know how to fix and help the world is not people who cause anger and guilt, for guilt is always there, but those who help those still alive live good lives. People like the Red Cross are true good human beings. I still love America and it's ideals, but I criticize my government as it is the duty of a citizen.
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Rezielsama Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
I disagree with this what this guy did was wrong. If he was over seas in a battle fighting honerabley againt others trying to accomplish a purpose that is whats diffrent. This pathetic excuse of a lowlife is a murderer who took his hate and rage out on innocent souls who could not defend themselves. His killings served no purpose he tried to hurt people and make us weaker. WE ARE VIRGINIA TECH!
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CaptainSelection Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
He still is a hero.
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TheMeister1 Featured By Owner May 17, 2015
people like you are the people who commit the shootings ...

get help man
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Syke-Raid Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I think he's referring to Iraqi civilians...
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Kinggigasmon Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It would be different considering the circumstances. In Iraq, his victims would (for the most part) would have been insurgents and people who would use violence to make others follow their political policies. His victims would have been made out of defense.

Here, he killed people who had nothing to do with him, but were killed just because he wanted to kill.

Either way, he would likely not have made it to the army because they screen people with his types of psychiatric abnormalities.
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Jarhead105 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012
He would be a fucking HERO in my book. OORAH! don't call Marines murderers if you don't understand what they go through motherfucker.
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Mafer Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
very clever,nice pic.
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Heiryuu Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011
depends on who you ask. if you asked the media and the iraqis you would see him called a murderer but if you ask a diehard baptist conservative republican hero would be his title.
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bloodserial Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2011
COOL
its true
cho seug-hui is...................A HERO!!!
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Hades-Angel13 Featured By Owner May 1, 2014
Very true he is. 
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bloodserial Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2011
cool!
its true
cho seug hui is ......................HERO!
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REBnVoDKa99 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2011
11-11-11 on this day of all days i solute you for doing such an outstanding job on this drawing..you showed another side of a critical issue..I say Hero
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tylero79 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Student General Artist
Thanks to the two-sided organization of our military, a hero, like the ones at Abu Ghraib or My Lai
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Cosmic--Chaos Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Apologies the the Virginia Tech victims and Cho's family, but he's a monster either way.
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Hades-Angel13 Featured By Owner May 1, 2014
You are very ignorant. He was never a monster. People shunned him and bullied him. He saved my life and got me to stand up to the bullies.
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gokou-sama Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Precisely. Good work.
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redsxz Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2010
That;s not the point. The point I think is that this psychotic behaviour would be accpetable even if he was killing scum.
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masonicon Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2010  Student General Artist
What's happens if he Gets a pair of Desert Eagle handguns and Nanosuit?
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HauntedWolf Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2009
Well, good or bad, if he did that, he'd be a man I'd very much like to high-five.
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Tenithus Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2009
I would like to quote the Joker on this since its very appropriate.

"People panic when things aren't going as planned, you see when a truck full of soldiers get blown up people don't care, but when one measly old guy that no one cares about gets murdered, then people starts to panic."

Same can be said to this point of view, if he kills innocent civilians then people would panic, but if he kills enemy soldiers or terrorists people wouldn't care.
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Unreal92 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2009
He would truely be an hero
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ScrabCakes Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2009
excellent
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KreepingSpawn Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
this is why people have been debating morality for hundreds of years. when [if ever] is it acceptable to kill? and more importantly... why?
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CIAal-Mujahid Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2008
It annoys me that you'd equate our soldiers who merely feels that he's doing what's best for his country to a person who struck back at those that did him no wrong.
Yes, war crime is bad, and it happens. But I don't think that most American soldiers in Iraq are war criminals. I mean, think about it, they're the ones that got rid of Saddam, and no matter what you feel about the war at this stage, you've got to admit, the removal of Saddam Hussein from power was very, very good for Iraqi civilians.
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maiism Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2008
Wooo! Go America!
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Danny-Haymond-Jr Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
he would be labeled a murderer
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damonx99 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
Ugh....

Now dont get me wrong, I cant stand the way our world in general is at times. Though there is hope in the world and people with good hearts did go to VT.

Now the ones who died for nothing.....why would you agree with thier deaths?

And if you dont think I care about others in the world than know that my BF wife is from IRAQ and she thinks just like me. AS DO her friends back home IN IRAQ.

You cannot label the nation as a whole as wrong just as I could not label another right.

I wish that there was no war, no foolish display of mistrust and hate, but there is, and there are many displays for us to witness.

Ask yourself this. If any group decided to do as they wish and go about killing people for thier personal wants and needs then is it ok?

Are the people who die in terror attacks always meant to die for some horrible reason of surffering they caused?

What if they did nothing? What if your mother decided to go shopping one day and didnt come back becuase some Spanish guy (which I am BTW) thought she was being an evil witch and killed her for his belief?, what ever that may be.

Say that man came up to you and discussed the murder with you and told you why he did it? He had his reasons....By your standards, you should have been there helping him.

The VT killing was a horrible incident...it had no merits.

Now I know that everything isnt rainbows and sunshine over in Iraq with our own troops, but it goes both ways.



Things like this make me just want to give up on humanity.

But I know that I cant, becuase there are so many more out there that havent given up. People that are much worse off than I could ever be. So I hope you never give up on humanity. Please, think about the things you say. Think about the things you do.

More people can be affected then you would ever know.

Care.
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sgiath Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2007
Fascinating and thought provoking needless to say.
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LordMarluxia Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2007
Humans will never learn.
Their hypocrisy will be their downfall and their ultimate end.
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damonx99 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
so fraking true....we cant we learn from the past...or hell!, NOW?
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IsacLoboZ Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2007
I agree with you, Cho has died his murderer spree is over, but many other killers are still at large in Irak.
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Alpha99 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2007
If Seung Cho was serving in the U.S. Military and was randomly killing people, he would still be called a murderer.

He would be court martialed and get sentenced to death by hanging/firing squad or life in prison according to military law.

Mind you, the U.S. Military is an extremely professional organization with a heirachy and chain of command, and does not even allow terrible conduct to go unpunished.

Lethal force is only allowed to be used to respond to or egage enemy hostiles.

Do not even try to imply that soldiers are murderers.
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supuhfly Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2007
Ok, but say he DID follow orders. The fact of the matter is, Innocents are dying from both the VT shooting AND the war. And this isn't really about soldiers, it's about america's fucked up view on death which can be summarized into this; "If soldiers are doing the killing, it MUST be ok!" Nice philosophy, don't you think? :sarcasm:
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Helghast5000 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
dude my cousin is never a murderer.

my family tradition is joining U.S. military since my grandpa gone to germany during world war 2 even he never shot nobody because they stick him in a train to some where & toes freeze up in the cold like a popsicle but before the war he gone back to his family to the day he die he was a good man.

my dad he was born in mexico & became a US citizen then married my mom then he join the marine corp for 4 years & raise a family then we grow up my sister join the US army i guess because his want to follow my grandpa foot steps that what i think & my brother join the marine corp because he want to follow my dad foot steps they never killed nobody yet

because my sister is not in the military no more but my brother is going to afghanistan he did been to iraq but right now he getting training i forgot what the name of it something to do with mountains & in afghanistan there more likely to get in to a firefight then IED they tell him that but hey think of it i rather get shot at then IED

BUT i do like your art & what you trying to say & we do hate the israeli military because they are just being assholes but the greatest cowards are often the greatest bullies that philosophy.you see we not all bad & i hate bush more then you he send him to iraq got my cousin killed he is the only one in my family that die in that fuck up war he was going to be a father 2 weeks before his first child was due

Army Captain. Anthony Palermo jr.
Birth: June 27, 1980
K.I.A.:April 6, 2007 in Baghdad, Iraq
I believe he was the true embodiment of a warrior
here him
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supuhfly Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009
I'm not calling your cousin a murderer. I'm simply pointing out the double standard of american viewpoint about wrongful deaths in Iraq, and wrongful deaths in america. I'm sorry if I offended.
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Helghast5000 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
that ok
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AndyTheGayHedgehog Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2007
The context and motives are completely different so your "point" is irrelevant. Anyone who thinks that it would actually haven any credence is a moron.
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Darcin Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
He would still be called a murderer. Despite what you seem to think, not all Americans support the Iraqi War, and an even larger portion don't support the murder of innocent civilians. While it's true that these horrible tragedies do occur in war, it doesn't mean that we enjoy seeing them happen. I've been filled with regret for four years that I once supported the Iraqi War, but this...

We do not support civilian casualties. We don't support Bush, and I truly hope that this conflict is ended in the most peaceful way before it turns into another Vietnam. Something like this, though...something like this wouldn't inspire peace. It would only inspire hatred, as the comments on this picture have proved. Hell, my first response to this picture was quite acidic. However, I didn't give into my hatred. Instead of immediately posting "omg u suk this pictur is horrible plz die", I paged through the comments, looking at all the discussions and arguments occurring, trying to understand what went into the making of this picture.

However, this picture...it's just wrong. I don't know why Cho did it, but he killed several unarmed students and professors in cold blood. That is completely unacceptable. And if his victims were changed? If they were Arabs, Israelites, British, Russians, North Koreans, Nazis...it wouldn't matter. It would still be unacceptable. Murder is murder. If you're trying to get out a message urging for peace, this is a step in the wrong direction.
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okinsei Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
A great soldier (or "north-american warior") with outstanding capacities for the assault and slaughter of the resistance, with their respective casualties of war, of course.
"All of us would be proud of Cho Seung Hui, killing people for our country".
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NeonRhapsody Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007
This is actually poorly thought out, as if he joined the military, he would be fighting armed people, not gunning down civilians.

And besides, if any civilians WERE injured, word would sooner or later get out, and as such, he would be punished.
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Ritualist Featured By Owner May 31, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That reminds me of Monty Payton movie "Meaning of life". Part with war in Africa, where that guy with spear in his chest and says: "It's great, I tell ya! At home I kill someone and they hang you. Here I kill 15 of those bastards and they give me a focking medal!"
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