I don't see your point. "Luke always did the right thing eventually, so it's out of character for him to do the right thing eventually, as opposed to immediately. I have this chart that shows the amount of consideration required decreasing over time, clearly illustrating that by thirty-some years after Return of the Jedi, Luke would take no more than a quarter-second to decide violence would be an inappropriate means to save the lives of billions of people, including his best friend, Han Solo, which is too little time for even a Jedi to draw and ignite a Lightsaber." No lapse is understandable, no matter how brief. It's no wonder Luke withdrew himself from society. There's no way Wormie could ever live up to being Luke Skywalker, Paragon of Virtue (except for all those gangsters he rope-a-doped rather than just busting Han out of Jabba's Palace without taking the time to completely obliterate his criminal syndicate). I mean, come on! Look at your own sig-line! You equate being rude to unrepentant, racist murderers with actual racism. Being mean to racists is racism! Preventing mass-murder is unheroic! Committing mass-murder is fine if you're rebelling against disapproving authority figures! Up is down, black is white, good is evil! Why couldn't Luke just crush some tanks full of terrified First Order nobodies with his mind like I wanted, like a hero?