Every day, throughout America there are Undead Survivors in need with no one to help them—no one they can count on to be that torchbearer and stand-up for them against the popular belief of eradication. In every case there is great loss, but also great rewards. For years, there have been individuals that stood up against the hordes of zombie hunters, and faced ridicule and even death for believing that all human beings deserve respect and fair treatment under the law. It is time that those of us who believe in America, believe in equal rights for all, band together and defend the rights of the most persecuted cultural group on the face of the planet.
A true zombie hunter must choose, mark, close distance, control, and dispatch their victim stealthfully, all the time avoiding gaining the attention of other Undead Survivors. The logistics concerned in organizing a hunt can become very complex, especially when there are multiple Undead Survivors and sites involved. When zombie hunters continue to commit multiple organized events of successful killing without being recognized or appreciated by their group, they can become very frustrated, feeling they will never be respected. If this continues, the hunter may begin to take shortcuts and reckless chances when committing atrocities. It leads to a more demoralizing feeling that it is not that they don’t receive recognition, it’s they think they can’t received it. This type of jaded hunter is very dangerous and often responsible for mass killings. Hunter behavior violence can include verbal, emotional, economic, and physical abuse toward Undead Survivors. Many times citizens ignore these indicators, and attempt to minimize the seriousness of their actions. This can be especially difficult when friends or family members begin to show signs of this conduct. The following are specific indicators of potential Hunter violence:
· Calls Undead Survivors derogatory names
· Uses put-downs when referring to Undead Survivors
· Refers to all Undead Survivors as bad
· Blames Undead Survivors for the Hunter’s own violent actions
· Makes furtive physical threats toward Undead Survivors
· Tries to injure Undead Survivors
· Threatens or hurts Undead Survivor pets
· Threatens to kill Undead Survivors
· Blames Undead Survivors for their own sexual dysfunctions
When interviewing zombie hunters, often the same answers were given to specific questions. The following are questions posed to former zombie hunters and the top two most common answers given:
Question: Why are you killing them?
Answer (1): ‘Cause they’re zombies.
Answer (2): ‘Cause they got the virus.
Question: Do you feel bad for killing your former friends or family?
Answer (1): No.
Answer (2): Nope, they’re dead anyway.
Question: How did you become a zombie hunter?
Answer (1): I don’t know, I just did.
Answer (2): I just like killing them…
As you can see, to attempt a rational argument with such persons would be practically futile.
Two words "Supremacy and Control" are what the zombie hunters want most, except wanting the undead, dead. This thought process often leads to a series of behaviors that create a deadly mix:
Living Privilege: Hunters often feel that just because they are alive, and the sufferer is undead, they can assert violence towards them without repercussions.
Economic Abuse: They feel that robbing the undead of their money and property is lawful and accepted, and they should suffer no ramifications from their actions.
Blaming: They blame the undead for being undead, therefore it is the Undead Survivor’s fault for the violence unleashed against them, and they are not at fault.
If you recognize individuals displaying this behavior, please report them to your nearest advocacy group; the quicker the notification, the faster the intervention.