Recently I’ve seen a number of articles where someone is claiming how “unfair” it is that their son, grandson, nephew, uncle, baby daddy, etc. was gunned down while attempting to rob, rape, burglarize or victimize another human being.
I think it’s time for a bit of clarification for those individuals choosing to use that term.
It’s unfair when your grandmother dies of Alzheimer’s and 20 years later your uncle gets it too.
It’s unfair when another of your relatives lives a very healthy life and dies of bone cancer.
It’s unfair when one of your friends and two more of his family members are killed in an accident on an icy road when a semi loses control and hits his families car.
It’s unfair when you end up with a genetic condition where your own body’s immune system is killing you fast enough that you probably won’t live to see retirement or your own grandchildren.
It’s unfair when your best friends newborn grandchild is dying from a heart condition that can’t be fixed and they have to sit and watch her go.
And it’s unfair to sit by helplessly watching your country being destroyed by insane, corrupt and morally bankrupt people who want nothing better than to take everything you work for away from you and redistribute it to others they deem as more deserving than you.
All of that is unfair.
Now, if your son, grandson, nephew, uncle, baby daddy, etc. was gunned down while attempting to rob, rape, burglarize or victimize another human being… that is NOT unfair! That is called instant karma; and furthermore it might actually be considered poetic justice.
So, the next time one of you whiny little be-itches wants to call something “unfair” just put the brakes on and call it what it really is, or shut your trap and move on.