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I hate this bastard, because he always harms Violet for the rest of his life. I understand that he hates Violet because she killed his companions, but deep down, it wasn't because she wanted to, but because she was being forced and ordered by someone. No matter how many times Dietfred gets along and has a happy ending with others, he will still remain a totally negative person of emotional complexity as usual, complete high levels of dislike and pessimism, low and weak levels of development and human psychology, high levels of immorality, and others. But do you think that if Dietfred fired a shotgun at Gilbert and put it in front of Violet it would be a sign of love for Dietfred himself? Because you are mistaken. That kind of attitude he would do would not be real love, but real cruelty and immorality. But if it were in difficult, extreme and complicated times, it could get even worse for him, due to his low levels of development and human psychology, and high immorality. And the reason he has these things is not because of the difficult moments and situations that he went through since his childhood until now, but because he was born that way. And the answer to that is quite simple, not everyone goes crazy, and not everyone who has their childhoods and difficult lives become envious and selfish people, because all of us, living beings of everything in life, have our own psychologies. And as you can imagine, everything in life is different. Since Dietfred acquired this high antipathy, he has continued to empathize with his brother, even if that empathy is very weak. This explains why Dietfred never pays much attention to him and others."