In the middle of a long string of comments on this post, ed and I had a little exchange. That exchange is unfinished. I invite ed or anyone else to complete the job here.
Here's the exchange, with minor editing for clarity:
Shmarya: [T]the rabbis decided to allow the rescue of non-observant Jews. Why? Because they might one day do teshuva and keep Shabbos.
Non-Jews, however, won't [ever] keep Shabbos, so they DIE.
ed: What's the problem with that? So another Goy dies. So?
Shmarya: You can't be serious[, ed]. Not even you could really mean it.
ed: Just recently, a local Chassidish Rov held a Drosha. "B'toch Hadvorim", he said - Alle Goyim Zenen Rotz'chim Und Ganovim.
Seriously. So one less Goy on the world. One less Soneh Yisroel. What's the problem?
Shmarya: Please name this "Rov."
ed: To the contrary, name me a Chassidish Rov that honestly disagrees. Here, try this one:
Rabbi Tzadok HaCohen of Lublin:
In the book "Poked Akarim" page 19, column 3, he wrote: "Concerning what is explained in Yevamot, 'You are called men,' and not the other nations, [the meaning is] that the Gentiles were deprived of the title 'men' only where Israel were called 'men,' because in comparison to Israel, who are the primary form of man in the Divine Chariot, it is irrelevant to call any of the Gentiles 'men'; at most, they are like animals in the form of men. Taken as themselves, however, all the children of Noah are considered men and when the Messiah comes they too will recognize and admit that there are none called 'man' except Israel anyway, in comparison to Israel even now they are in the category of animals"
Shmarya: Do you have other sources like this? If you do, could you post 9 of them, please?
Do any of you have more sources like this? If so, please post them below.