I’m watching the devastation caused by the spawn of Satan in London today and my heart goes out to them. Although I live in the U.S now, I am actually British and I lived in London for five years. It’s a wonderful place.
As I’m watching this I can’t help but think that it would be great this terrorist just died. He was on a stretcher and transported to hospital where he later died from his injuries. He killed 5 people and 40 are what are considered to be catastrophically injured. This is horrific.
I can’t also help feel guilty for hoping this monster died. I know I am a nurse and I’, supposed to care for everyone, regardless of their history, but I honestly don’t think I could do that with someone as evil as him. Am I alone here? Do other nurses feel this way?
There is no way on hell I would take care of someone that was a terrorist. I would have to pass on that. I’m not about to save someone that have cause so much horrible chaos in other’s lives, so they can go right back out and do it again. Heck no!
I would have to decline the assignment, based on infringement of my moral standards.
Nope I would refuse to treat anyone like that. I just can’t do it. I wouldn’t feel guilty about feeling this way either. Nurses are human and we are entitled to our beliefs too. So I think what you are feeling is perfectly normal. RIP to all those who lost their lives today in this horrific act of Islamic terrorism.
Yes, bless London and all the victims of this terrible attack. But I disagree with all of you. You are a nurse and you are obligated to care for others regardless of your opinions. Although it would be difficult to care for such an evil peice of work, someone has to do it.
You push your feelings aside and you go into auto mode and do what you have to do. As, far as being glad that he died, I am with you all on that. He caused an awful loss of life. I think you’d be crazy to not be happy he died. The whole this is sickening and tragic!