It is absurd to me that, in this day and age, we would even argue over the fact whether we should see a picture of a dead man to satisfy our own desire.
The matrix we live in, fueled by the mainstream puzzle of media, economic, political, religious and moral institutional thought, is the hidden puppeteer: be careful.
A man that hates always believes himself justified.
There is no hate to anything he believes is good. Therefore, in his hate, he believes he is being just. Do you see the irony here??
When a man justifies his hate with any action, he is satisfying a fate for his next incarnation.
In the killing of another man, it is not the consequence of killing that is emphasized in a following incarnation. Although one might draw the same consequences, the assertion of his hate is the claim that will capture him in his successive lives.
Do you see the fate of this??
Hate is the destroyer, not the consequences of hate.
I don't find any justification in the killing of one for the slaughter of many.
Call me crazy, but the old saying; "what we don't know can't hurt us". It's wrong!
The irony is it is killing us.