Not quite. I wasn't giving a morality judgement at all. Read again. I was simply asking questions.
There are certain things that each of those people did that were bad , certainly r_s , but that seems to be all you are taking into consideration.
They must have done some good too.
Morality judgments should surely take the whole individual into consideration and not just the evil that they do.
With regard to their 'evil' selves - seems to me , for instance , that Tobin lives in his own version of Hell( as does Ian Brady ) ; their particular version of hell( psychosis ) is what they are attempting to allieviate when they do the the terrible things they do. It's beyond moral judgement , it's clinical.....their 'nae weel'. They know they are not as others and cannot enjoy life as others do. The old demon of jealousy is involved , whether they are aware of it ...or not.
Tony Blair , on the other hand , was drunk ( on power ) and wisnae up to the job of being a true statesman , the tart that he is.
I then gave my opinion that it isn't healthy to "love abbudy". Some are not worthy, whether through mental illness or greed or any other vice property.
If I was to give a morality judgement on Tobin for instance - a man I know nothing beyond the televised news - then I'm pretty sure that, once I had enough information to form an opinion, I might find that he would be better off dead. Unfortunately, I don't have enough faith in humanity to exercise capital punishment properly and fairly but if ever there was a mannie who's demise at the hand of a fellow prisoner would give cause for celebration, that sick f.uck is it. Natural justice, if you will.