Clyde considered himself a true criminal. He believed in crime. No excuses, no apologies. No sympathy for his victims. Though he did only go after people he thought deserved it, but his morality had pretty wide tolerances.
Good and evil are concepts created by society to suppress the brave. Laws were written to limit the scope of strength. All ownership is theft. All pain is justified. The world isn’t fair. Nothing is sacred.
Though, while Clyde is proud of what he does, don’t tell his grandma. She thinks he’s a clerk at the DMV. Which, in her opinion, is evil.