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Yesterday, I asked whether you would kill an innocent girl to cure the world of HIV/AIDS, ultimately saving millions of lives. Given that HIV and AIDS kills 6,500 people every day, leaving millions of children as orphans in Africa alone, is the killing of one innocent person justified?
I couldn't kill one person to save millions of lives because doing so means I have to ask myself, "How far would I go? How many people would I kill to save millions?" Let's ask the question again, except this time, you have to kill ten innocent people to cure the world of HIV/AIDS. Would you still do it? What about killing a hundred? A thousand? Many of you justified killing one person to save millions, but would you kill thousands of people? At what point would you stop and say, "Alright, this isn't ethical anymore."
To the people who said they would kill the girl yesterday, how many people would you kill to cure the world of AIDS?