I am only 24 pages into it, but it is disturbing to me.†
On one level, it seems reasonable and right. On another it is upsetting.†
I am not arguing against what he is saying, mostly, but it is like† fiction book by Tom Kratman, where the "hero" adopts the traits of the Islamic extremist in order to defeat them. I read the story and agree with the defeat of evil, but the victory methods make me wonder about corruption and becoming the enemy.†
so far, this book is bringing the same feeling. Is it right, for the "greater good" to become the same as the enemy? The goal is noble but the means are suspect.