The British regime's broadcasting arm, the BBC, is promoting the idea that men who commit gruesome and obscene murders of captive citizens of western countries for the Daesh army in Syria should "die a slow, painful death" - a euphemism for saying they should be slowly tortured until they die. Of course the BBC don't (yet) present this as their editorial position. For the moment, they are just wrapping it between inverted commas in a headline, egging their passive audience on to agree with it.
These men are guilty of horrendous inhuman crimes, and it is certainly a human response to say they have got it coming to them. But people need to understand what is changing. Their crimes have been advertised and shown to the world by western internet companies, and they are usually certified by the private "anti-terrorist" SITE Intelligence Group before being publicised in major western media.
You don't need to know much about psychological warfare going back to, say, the Mongols, to wonder why on earth a force would spread its enemy's propaganda for it.
A conscious and deliberate erosion of human values is afoot.