• Call the Fire Lord evil all you want, just
remember that his minions are just normal
people with a job to do
Hey, I'm:Quin Li; I'work up room, it's probably, why we never,
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    • Poor guy... it was his birthday and he gets dropped
      tenten123 29 jul
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    • I liked this scene
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    • Working on a ship I can tell you this is exactly how is is. I once went 2 months without seeing the guy who lived in the room next to me
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    • A lot of people would write this off as the writers just putting a generic kooky avatar scene in the midsts of the heavy stuff, but it’s actually really important to show that the majority of the fire nation are normal people, but they’ve been raised brainwashed to think that what they’re doing isok
      Banci 30 jul
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    • They were actively trying to burn the earth kingdom to ash. And they knew full well what they were doing
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    • I feel like people don't get this concept in real life either. Very rarely is there an entire group of people that are all evil, morally twisted individuals. Usually its either the leaders or those who created the environment that raised them, and they convince or intimidate others into...
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    • I know it's from Avatar but this scene has some mad Red vs Blue energy
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    • He abused his family. Putting Zuko aside he cut off his wife’s connection with her entire family and was a major factor in Azula’s poor mental health.
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    • Book 3 did a great job of showing the people of the fire nation were just normal people supporting a horrific system
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    • Call Hit Ier evil all you want, the guards at concentra tion camps were people that just followed orders. They were just doing their jobs.
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    • And then they fucking die
      iSpace_ 30 jul
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    • Yeah, they really hit this home in the episode when Aang goes to school in the Fire Nation. They're just normal kids who don't know what kind of man their supreme leader actually is to the rest of the world
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    • PorkSword 30 jul
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    • Why would I call the firelord evil???? He’s fucking amazing. Emphasis on fucking. Also, why the fuck none y’all tag me in firelord ozai memes? Fucking heretics.
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    • Theyre literally Fire N@zis
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    • They still carried out genocide without question
      __Monika 30 jul
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    • German WW2 soldiers were just people with jobs to do too
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    • ‘Just following orders’... they successfully exterminated an entire nation
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    • At lasts someone remembered.
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    • That's why they were lowered and dropped into the ocean. But the crews on the other ships however...
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    • Yeah, they were just following orders...... Wait.
      Sarcanian 30 jul
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    • They literally die like 10 seconds later.
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    • Then they got dropped into the middle of the ocean, with 0 chance of getting rescued, left to tred water in terror until they get exhausted and down. All because some retarded teen thought kiIIing people directly is immoral.
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    • It's almost like good and evil are hard to distinguish from eachother and often look and sound similar or even identical
      Shahax 30 jul
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    • They were indoctrinated for generations ever since Azulan’s reign. It’s the equivalent of saying a North Korean soldier knows Kim is bad and still follows him, plain answer is they don’t and would blindly follow because that’s all they’ve been taught since the day they were born
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    • Lol
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    • And then they all got DUMPED
      Sukanut 30 jul
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    • That why everything goes back to normal so quickly after the fire lord is defeated
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    • I mean so where N@z1s but at the end of the day they're still burning people
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    • I need me a cute femboy bf with freckles that I can throw my cum sock at
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    • That’s... that’s kind of the point of the show?
      bboiii 30 jul
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    • Azulon 31 jul
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    • Sounds like Germany in The Freat War and WWII
      Nukenaut 30 jul
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    • Yeah, “following orders” and being a “normal guy” doesn’t excuse doing horrible shit. Quit. Don’t do it.
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    • I like the avatar too but like shut the fuck up
      2bitjack 30 jul
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    • Movies, videogames, books, or other forms of entertainment that actually makes the "bad guys" actually seem like normal people just doing a job gets a thumbs up from me, cant stand things that make 100% of one side like they're sick paychopaths
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    • I always felt so bad for that guy. Dude was so stoked to be recognized
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    • They were just following orders
      shalome2 2 aug
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    • They chose to fight for evil. There are plenty of other jobs
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    • Same thing could be said about the Jerries in WW2, however both have commit war crimes
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    • The navy
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    • I love how even when they’re all thrown into the ocean the engine room guy still tells him “happy birthday”
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    • Banality of evil
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    • We need more spin off series where it follows the bad guy minions, like in the mandalorian with the two scout troopers
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    • You can't justify committing war crimes by saying its just your job. By this logic most of the Naz*s, even the ones in the concentration camps, were totally innocent of any wrongdoing.
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    • And then they all fucking die
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    • Then sokka dropped them into the ocean 😂
      flume___ 1 aug
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    • This is what the military is like
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    • H_Jack_H 1 aug
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    • I mean they were only on the airship that was on its way to burn down the earth kingdom
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    • Yeah, and same with N@zis. (Before you comment, dumbass, I'm being sarcastic)
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    • “... happy birthday.” :)
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    • Just following orders huh?
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    • Just like the Naz!s
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    • Another reason why just doing your job isnt a valid excuse
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    • Just like those guys in Germany:)
      Mimi047 31 jul
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    • Some people really did miss the entire story of ATLA didn’t they
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    • Hannah Arendt would murder you
      Waypoint 31 jul
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    • Then they all died.
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    • ok but this scene was actually hilarious
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    • *Then they get dropped into Oblivion*
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    • Sure, but these guys were in an airship that had one goal: completely burning the Earth Kingdom. Following orders or not, that's still evil. They knew what was happening. Sure, they're at war, but even that has its limits. Like the Christmas truce of 1916.
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    • I felt bad cause I was like oh damn he thinks the captain cares he’s about to fall to his death on his birthday
      stompan 31 jul
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    • What sucks is those guys are evil all the people in the fire nation at least to my knowledge have a custom of believing everyone who isnt from the fire nation are below them and deserve to be treated as such
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    • Mirrors real life; most times soldiers are just fighting for what they're told is right.
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    • Just like those Germans in the 30s and 40s
      kygt63 31 jul
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    • So were the National Socialist German Worker's Party
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    • This gave massive “Do you ever wonder why we’re here?” Vibes.
      Otokonoko 31 jul
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    • “The Germans were just following orders”
      Powerline 31 jul
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    • Everyone gets dropped into the ocean 😂
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    • *Naz i
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    • .....and then they f***ed
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    • Lol love
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    • Thank you ifunny very cool
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    • They really shouldn't have cut out the next scene where they all get dunked in the water. Otherwise it's only funny if you've seen the show and know what happens next.
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    • Kinda like the German soldiers
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    • The fire nations wants to conquer bc they believe they have a such a nice sustainable system that they should pass it on to everyone else even by force. But thats just what they tell people. They actually want to enslave all people
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    • Then they all got dropped into the fucking sea
      kreammm 31 jul
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    • Yup, this Is the military for ya
      hudas 31 jul
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    • i felt so bad for them when they just got dropped
      yinniebby 31 jul
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    • This show was gr8
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    • That's why people from professional armies can shake hands and even become friends after a war, even if they personally shot at each other. In the end everyone is just trying to do their job, no hard feelings.
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    • I loved this scene
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    • Just like the empire.
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    • Ah yes just following orders
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    • "The Office (Fire Nation)"
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    • Hey guys we need a name for the side charater “LEE”
      Handman 31 jul
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    • Now someones gonna say the same about n@zis smh
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    • There are plenty of bad people in the fire nation. You see instances all over the world where firebenders are corrupt. These guys clearly grew up in the fire nation and probably got to stay since they were so good at fighting. So they are probably pretty normal
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    • Caption is good bc it actually adds to the post
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    • Tell that to the Nuremberg Trials
      PapiAnti 30 jul
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    • Then they got yeeted
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    • Just normal people huh? Yeah, the German naz is during ww2 weren’t bad either, they were just following orders. It’s as if there were trials of some sort as well that maybe show this bullshit is wrong. Hmmmm...
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    • And then they fucking died
      Nowahn 30 jul
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    • Still working for evil..... that's like saying the soldiers who fought for H!tler were good people. They werent. They knew what they were doing.
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    • Like literally if you were born in the fire nation and you want to feed your family and make a good living. You might join the military.
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    • This is like living in a white community. Everyone is a nice person until you see a foreigner
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