I saw posted this by a friend in Facebook and I gave my opinion on the person.

My reply was:

The indignation soon flowed. It was a heartless thing to say and I am not sure if fellow sufferers took it personal (which is not) and I was supposed to give Wil a pass because he his suffering from the disease.

Not happening.

Wil is an asshole that hates our lifestyle and our beliefs. He wouldn’t give two shits if we die horrible deaths and probably he would dance all over our ashes. And sure as hell he would not care if we were fellows with the same malady, he still would tell us to go die.

I did mention that the fable of Androcles and the Lion is a bad guideline to follow: Yes you kindly and lovingly remove the thorn from the paw of the beast, but contrary to the tale, the beast remains a predator and you will be lunch sooner or later.

I admire (somewhat) the spirit that gives the benefit of the doubt and is full of charity to others no matter who they are, but history and experience has taught me that some people not only do not share the same principles, they consider them weaknesses and will come after good people.

So call me heartless and cruel. Also call me alive.

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “The one where I scandalized people with my heartless soul.”
  1. He was good in “Toy Soldiers”. Especially the scene where he got shot.

    I’ve fought depression and social anxiety for 20+ years, yet have never been the asshole Wil Wheaton is online.

  2. This is a guy who’s motto is supposed to be ‘Don’t be a dick’, but if you oppose him politically, or own a firearm, he’ll be a HUGE dick to you.

    I don’t agree with “He’s an asshole, but he’s speaking on a good subject so we have to support him.” The good subject, sure; the asshole, no.

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