Posts Tagged ‘kuru’

Killing defective children helps us all

Saturday, 26 February 2011

I don’t know why I read this article about an 8-year-old with a multiple-arrest record.  We all know the little shit is doomed and down the line will injure or kill others.

The boy said he acts out because he gets angry when adults don’t read to him or do something else he wants them to do, according to the incident report.

Can’t we painlessly kill him with that piston-thingy used to put down cattle?  There’s no evil intent, he’s just an irredeemable and dangerous mental defective that should be thrown out like a deformed machine part.

Look how easily the pistol-thingy’s instructions are converted!

To produce instantaneous unconsciousness, the bolt must penetrate the brain with a high concussive impact. For cattle, unruly children, the stunner is placed on the middle of the forehead on an “X” formed between the eyes and the base of the horns. Due to concerns about BSE (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) endocannibalistic diseases like kuru, saving brains is not recommended. Childrens’ brain and spinal cord tissue should be discarded and not used as food for either people or animals.

Defective parts should be thrown out. Same with defective children.