Quotes: A Real Man Is a Killer
Every man gonna be a soldier Every man be cut to kill Every man looking over his shoulder Every man be shaking still
— Fred Small, "Every Man"
Never apologize, mister. Itís a sign of weakness.
I'm here a week now... waiting for a mission... getting softer. Every minute I stay in this room, I get weaker, and every minute Charlie squats in the bush, he gets stronger.
: Go ahead, shoot me.
(Tarzan hesitates, Clayton laughs
: Be a man.
(Tarzan presses the gun against Clayton's throat and imitates perfect gunshot
: Not a man like you
! (smashes the gun to pieces
! Learn to use that [gun] properly. A man's not a man unless he knows how to shoot!
Dalek Emperor: I want to see you become like me. Hail the Doctor, the great exterminator!
[...] Then prove yourself, Doctor. What are you - coward or killer? Ninth Doctor:
...Coward. Any day.
: Ah, now he's decided he enjoys violence and he's ready to kill like a man oughta.
[Eric] Saward is well-known as something of a Darwinist, in the sense that he is drawn to characters with a kill-or-be-killed, survival-of-the-fittest mentality. The fifth Doctor was, however, explicitly characterised as a liberal, a philosophy which Saward had difficulty in coming to grips with: frequently, Sawards' scripts have the Doctor dithering and then engaging in a violent act
, strongly suggesting Saward's conflict between his desire to write a story featuring a Darwinist action-hero and his knowledge that the character should be portrayed as anything but... The Doctor at no point counters this argument; he could say that it is people like Davros who perpetuate the cycle of death and destruction, but instead, he simply freezes
Rationality is of supreme importance to the well-being of the human species...even more in those less fortunate times in which it is despised and rejected as the vain dream of men who lack the virility to kill where they cannot agree.
There is something strangely infantile in this obsession with dice-loaded physical courage when the only courage that matters in political or even real life
There is a noticeable element of the pathological in some current leftist critiques, which I tend to attribute to feelings of guilt allied to feelings of impotence.
So the question is this: when are we going to start awarding the Medal of Honor once again for soldiers who kill people
and break things
so our families can sleep safely at night? ...We have feminized the Medal of Honor.
—Bryan Fischer, anti-homosexual activist