Fine, take everything I said and replace the paraphrase to the exact quote of "turned into them". It makes my point no different. Anda's suggestion is that by hiccup suggesting to act like a "barbarian" in a specific instance that he has became them. If you say I'm reading into things by stating "exactly", I say you're reading into things by suggesting that "Turned into them" means something closer to kind of sort of similar to them in some ways. There is grey area, that's true. And what he suggested is barbaric. That's true too. But that grey area there is my point.
If someone lies once, are they a liar? If so we should just call everyone liars because I'd give a million dollars to someone who honestly could say they've never lied about anything
If someone has ever stollen, are they a thief? If so, may I ask if yo'uve ever left work a few minutes early before? Because if so you've stolen a tiny fraction of money from your employer...thief.
Or how about this...
Would someone who has one black friend but otherwise believes blacks are inferior to whites NOT be a racist because there's one instance of him acting in a different manner?
This is my point. A barbaric action a barbarian it does not make. An occasional action one way or another, typically caused under duress or special circumstances, is a hollow and inaccurate way generally to use as a means of defining what a person is or isn't. Someone expressing their anger (Mind you this, EXPRESSING it on a god damn web forum. God help me if everyone here believes that anything anyone ever says on the internet is something they'd absolutely actually do and support if push came to shove in real life) over a single issue with such an emotional tie to it equates to them "turning into [the terrorists that committed 9/11]"
Sorry, no...that's ridiculous, unrealistic, and frankly a disgusting way to view things.