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No compassion for criminals ?

September 28, 2016

Oh, Donald!

Define Criminals

“When you label me, you negate me.”
Soren Kierkegaard

No compassion for criminals ?

Which at some point, would keep at least 80% of my Thanksgiving Day dinner guests away.  They need to eat.

Depending on what hierarchical level of criminal,  you are talking about.  After all, Jay Walking is a crime.

Where is the compassion there?

Oh,  Donald,  Donald,  Donald ?

You’ll have my vote, if you start off at the top and do as Vincent Bugliosi suggests, prosecuting that war criminal George Bush for murder.

After all, who instigated manipulated and commanded the killing of more “brown” people than George Bush? Was he bored or just greedy.  Turning the defenders of freedom into his henchmen for theft of a slick resource.

Not to mention all the people of all color (Americans) that he sent over there that got killed, on his watch, at his direction.

If the trouble was in Afghanistan, why did he send troops over to Iraq? Bait and switch perhaps, using clever manipulative phrases like if you’re not with us you’re against us.

Oh yeah, no oil in Afghanistan, shit.

Forget Charlotte, (or rather don’t,  just stop approaching it, by dehumanizing people)  Donald you mindless media mogul. If you want to make America great, help us clean the oil and blood off our hands.

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder is a 2008 book by former prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi.

It argues quite eloquently that George W. Bush took the United States into the invasion of Iraq under false pretenses, and should be tried for murder for the deaths of American soldiers in Iraq.

Which is not to say we shouldn’t have compassion for George Bush,  I’m sure he has a lot of “daddy” issues, we wish he had overcome before sending a lot of other people’s children off to die.

The title phrase,  somehow sparked this rant and it flowed unwittingly onto the screen.  So I left it here.

Speaking of daddy issues, how did you let the little girl on the playground regress you into making a fool of yourself on national TV?

Sounds like somebody else, never got enough hugs. Time to bow out and get some therapy.

Rereading that is quite intense.

So here is the cool down, from that exercise in futility.

“Whenever love is withheld and suffering allowed to spread, war becomes inevitable.

Our indifference to our neighbor’s sorrow brings suffering to our door.”

Quote from an Indian Saint, Nisargidatta Maharaj

Dreaming of a world that could have been different, but it wasn’t,  cause we weren’t.

No matter what,  it turns out the same.

John Trudell

From → dark, Paradox, Quotes, random

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