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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.

  • 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. 

  • Sasuke Uchiha on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#6) Sasuke Uchiha

    • Naruto, Naruto Shippūden, Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire, Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds, Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow, Ninja World

    Sasuke Uchiha is only a villain for a small part of Naruto, and he's arguably in the right the whole time. After Sasuke realizes the Konoha government forced his older brother to slay their entire family, he's understandably furious. When he hears about the baseless rumors that were spread to justify executing his clan, he's even angrier. He defects from Konoha and declares a vendetta against its leaders. 

    When a governing power forces a 13-year-old to slay their family, it's hard to think of them as the good guys. Sasuke had every right to be angry, even if some of his actions were a little too brash. While he probably shouldn't have attacked groups of innocent people, it's hard to definitively say what the right course of action was in a situation that's so horrifically messy. 

  • Kyuubey Tried To Save The Universe In 'Puella Magi Madoka Magica' on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#12) Kyuubey Tried To Save The Universe In 'Puella Magi Madoka Magica'

    While the concept of a magical being who tricks young girls into accepting untold suffering sounds pretty sketchy, Kyuubey of Puella Magi Madoka Magica's actually has a solid moral compass. The plush creature uses underhanded methods to convince Sayaka, Madoka, and the others to become magical girls and fight witches, but somebody has to get them to step up. 

    If witches are left unchecked, the entire universe will perish from extreme heat, so Kyuubey's coercion is the girls' best chance of survival. 

  • Vaccine Man Wanted To Save The Environment In 'One-Punch Man' on Random Anime Villains Who Were Actually Right All Along

    (#7) Vaccine Man Wanted To Save The Environment In 'One-Punch Man'

    From humanity's perspective, Vaccine Man is obviously wrong, since he wants to wipe out everyone on Earth. However, Vaccine Man isn't human, so his worldview is naturally a little different from ours. If you look at things from Vaccine Man's point of view, his conclusions are hard to argue with. He believes humans are endangering the environment, which is factual, so he decides the best remedy is to eliminate humanity. According to Vaccine Man, it's the same as using medicine to cure a bacterial infection. 

    Human fans of One Punch Man were probably glad to see Vaccine Man get punched into oblivion. However, if you're a Sumatran Elephant, a Black Rhino, a Hawksbill Turtle, or any other animal that's been endangered thanks to human behavior, you're probably rooting for Vaccine Man.

  • 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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