2018-11-26 15:22:17 UTC
You've heard, I assume?
Of course, he knew he was breaking the law.
As I told a friend, if Chau didn't know that he was also threatening the lives of possibly the whole tribe with the germs he could be carrying, well, he SHOULD have. Talk about callous indifference and unethical religious motives...
Besides, if ignorance of the law is not a legal excuse to break it in many (most?) countries, how can unwittingly exposing dozens - or hundreds - of people to deadly diseases be excused, ethically or legally, by an ignorance of bacteriology?
Comments under the article:
"They always claim (perhaps too much) that their faith is unshakable yet they are so desperately insecure and their beliefs so fragile that they can’t stand to think that even one human being exists who doesn’t share them."
"Yes, and if you believed that much nonsense, you'd be desperate for affirmation too."
"He had plenty of work he could have done right here in the U.S. converting White Evangelicals to christianity."