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tamarack wrote

There comes a point where the marginal utility of informing people about the latest horrifying thing the enemy has done is outweighed by the ... let's call it "outrage fatigue" ... that said information causes.

When this point arrives--and I argue that it arrived months ago--the only moral response to the enemy's latest horror is the extermination of the enemy, and everyone already knows it.

The term "military contractors" obfuscates who the enemy really is.

The companies making millions off of the latest horror are made up of people, and those people have names and addresses.

The only moral response is to name those names, determine those addresses, publish that information, and encourage everyone who sees it to go to to the places in question and do what's right.