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  • Squealer on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#11) Squealer

    • Animal Farm

    Without knowing the history of queerats, it's hard to see Squealer and his comrades as anything other than a dangerous nuisance. However, once you understand the full scope of the situation, the story changes dramatically. Queerats are one of the sentient species that populate From The New World. They're commonly described as descendants of mole rats, but these complex beings are far more anthropomorphic than humanity would like to admit. In truth, they evolved from humans, but their genetics were tampered with to make them resemble moles. 

    Despite their high level of intelligence, queerats are subservient to humans. They're often forced into unpaid labor positions, and if they want to do anything for themselves, they must first ask permission at a human embassy. 

    Squealer isn't content to live under humankind's thumb, so he overthrows his colony's queen, teaches its members to think independently, and prepares them for combat. Despite the danger he presents to the human protagonists, it's easy to understand why he goes to great lengths to achieve freedom for his people.

  • Scar on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#1) Scar

    • Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Fullmetal Alchemist

    Scar is a survivor of genocide. His people, the Ishvalans, were exterminated en masse by the Amestrian army. His family was slain, and he was severely harmed. His villainous behavior began when he took out the Rockbells, two doctors who had been treating him. The act was thoughtless, one borne of panic. From there, Scar went on to take the lives of Amestrian soldiers who he believed deserved it because of their complicity in the conflict. 

    Rather than letting revenge consume his life, Scar ultimately comes to regret his actions, as he realizes hate begets hate and holding onto a grudge serves no purpose. While slaying the Rockbells was clearly unjustified, it’s hard to fault him for going after soldiers, since some of his victims were directly involved in the Ishvalan extermination. 

  • Stain Made Some Decent Points About Capitalism In 'My Hero Academia' on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#2) Stain Made Some Decent Points About Capitalism In 'My Hero Academia'

    Despite being a vicious monster, Stain is a villain with conviction. He despises professional superheroes, as he thinks they're hypocritical liars who care more about making money than actually saving people. Stain wants to deconstruct a society that values money above people's lives, so he starts slaying the pro heroes who symbolize the broken system. He's reluctant to hurt anyone who isn't a professional hero, and will only do so if he's physically threatened.

    While his methods are questionable, Stain makes a good point; My Hero Academia's hero system is deeply flawed. The society's laws are convoluted, heroes don't always protect people who need help, and the whole enterprise is ruled by capitalism.

    Taking the lives of the people who work for the hero system may not be the right away to get his message across, but Stain's actions do not invalidate his observations. 

  • Garou Pointed Out The Hypocrisy Of The Hero Society In 'One-Punch Man' on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#14) Garou Pointed Out The Hypocrisy Of The Hero Society In 'One-Punch Man'

    Garou was bullied throughout his childhood by other children who pretended to be "heroes." He was always forced to play the role of the "monster," leading him to empathize with the villains in their society. He quickly realized that heroes were hypocrites as they were also guilty of hurting others. And even though he turned into a villain, he still possessed strong morals. Garou defeated heroes in a way without killing them and always sided with the underdogs. Unfortunately, his ideology was flawed as he had no qualms with other people killing heroes. He wanted to make the world a better place but went about it the wrong way. 

  • Shougo Makishima on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#5) Shougo Makishima

    • Psycho-Pass

    In a world where people are murdered on sight because a computer program said they might break the law at a later date, it's hard to see conflicts in black and white. While authoritative figures are typically the good guys, the exact opposite proves true when a society's government becomes corrupt.

    Shougo Makishima wants to put an end to the wicked Sibyl System, but he tries to accomplish this by ruthlessly slaying anyone who gets in his way, including people are who are totally innocent. He's even willing to wipe out his nation's grain supply - effectively starving everyone in the country - to accomplish his goal.

    While it's difficult to ignore Makishima's misdeeds, something definitely needs to change in his society, and it's impossible to imagine him dethroning the Sibyl System via nonviolent means. 

  • Satō Used His Love Of Slaying To Gain Civil Rights For His People In 'Ajin' on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#10) Satō Used His Love Of Slaying To Gain Civil Rights For His People In 'Ajin'

    Even if a villain loves carnage and destruction, he can still use his passion for something positive. Satō is an Ajin, a type of demi-human that boasts incredible powers, but whose civil rights are restricted by the Japanese government. Satō wants equity for his fellow Ajins, which sounds great, until you realize his methods for achieving this goal involve chaos and slaying, two things he's ridiculously infatuated with. 

    While Satō's stated intentions are noble, he seems to care more about offing people than accomplishing his commendable vision. Nevertheless, Ajin civil rights are important, and Satō actually does instill positive societal change, even if the path forward is soaked in blood. 

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