Starhawk thought he had a right to steal anything and everything he could get away with from the white people.
The white people had stolen all the land in Unistat from his ancestors.
Starhawk, like the grim moralists in POE, was determined to get even.
Getting even was the basis of many primate semantic confusions, such as "expropriating the expropriators," "an absolute crime demands an absolute penalty," "they did it to me so I can do it to them," and, in general, the emotional mathematics of "one plus one equals zero" (1 + 1 = 0).
The primates were so dumb they didn't realize that one plus one equals two (1 + 1 = 2) and one murder plus one murder equals two murders, one crime plus one crime equals two crimes, etc.
They did not understand causality at all.
The few primates who did understand causality slightly called it karma. They said all sorts of foolish things about it.
They didn't even know enough mathematics to describe quantum probability waves. They said, in crude hominid metaphor, that bad karma led to "bad vibes."
From RAW's Schrödinger's Cat Trilogy: The Universe next Door