No worries, you're just projecting your insecurities onto a dead guy who can't answer, which is the only way you can score a faux victory and feel good about yourself on the internet. Liife is hard. I understand. You need a hug.
Do you screw up simple things often? 60 to 30? Really? What do you do for an encore, gargle peanut butter whilst doing your best Kissinger voice impression for soi dogs in front of 7-11?
I would have to disagree, Vigo, based on the idea that there can never be justification for criminal acts. The means never justify the ends. The idea of sacrificing lives for the "greater good" or avoiding a greater evil being workable is, in my opinion, an utter fallacy. To affirm the truth of the above one only needs to ask themselves whether they would still agree with the idea of the means justifying the ends if the sacrifice of lives were to include themselves and their loved ones. If you find yourself protesting over the idea of becoming a sacrificial lamb, or a necessary casualty of war, or . . . what's the softened PC term governments like to use? . . . an acceptable loss, then you're ready to reconsider your statement as valid.