Friday, March 15, 2019

Misplaced hope

For me it's simple. I don't give two squats what political ideology you claim to be a part of. If you detest someone based on their faith to the point you want to kill them, you likely have no soul. Obviously I'm referring to the horrifying events which took place at two separate mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Thursday. A total of 49 people were killed when a gunman opened fire on these groups, all while broadcasting it live via social media. 

Despite this tragedy not occurring in the U.S.A., knee-jerk leftists in this country still managed to lay blame on President Trump/conservatives/NRA the slaying of Muslims on the other side of the planet. And little more enrages leftist kooks than people offering genuine sympathy, thoughts and prayers to the survivors of such incidents. Now why is that? Seems to be some misplaced rage. Well I have a theory. I mean, the progressives' favorite retort to "thoughts and prayers" is "POLICY AND CHANGE!!," right? So it would appear that proggies' biggest problem with religion/faith is that they don't believe there should be any more revered movement than progressivism. As such, they are imploring people of faith to stop appealing to "false gods" and allow they the enlightened ones to eradicate hate and violence. 

Just an observation: Anyone who puts their hope for a better life in a body government definitely has more faith than I can possibly muster. 


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