Thursday, 3 June 2010

Irrational Acts

For the first time in many a year, after the horrible,sad and terrifying events in Cumbria, we don't have a Government minister leading the soul searching about what "we" could have done to stop this event, so it does not happen in the future.

A very welcome change, let the police do their work and make recommendations if necessary in due course.

My own opinion is simple, you cannot rationalise the irrational, to do so is itself irrational. There is no excuse, and no reason to understand why Derrick Bird behaved in the way he did, he is a criminal and death does not spare him that simple fact.

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