I said it before, and I say it again:
Some people care more about the identity of the killers than that of the victims. This is so because these people are, in fact, more interested in the acquisition of power than the pursuit of justice. That’s why they can criticize America and Israel while ignoring, if not praising, Assad and Putin, and see a villain in Al-Baghdadi but a hero in Strelkov. When I hear these people, I know that I am dealing with hypocrites, that a greater darkness still lies ahead for all of us, and that our night is still quite young, and will prove quite long. For wrongs can never be righted nor justice achieved through an amoral pursuit of power, a pursuit that blinds us to the victims, and the crime, that we end up perpetrating the crime.