Saturday, December 28, 2019

Kansas City Blogging For Peace

This town's most prolific faith blogger offers insight on war and rumors of war. Here's a faith-based glimpse at how conflict shapes our discourse and the world around us . . . Checkit:

Longing for peace, we may underestimate war's true cost

In the Vietnam War era, it became a repugnant cliche to refer to unintended civilian deaths as "collateral damage." The term dehumanized what happened so we didn't have to think about women and children, mostly, losing their lives to the...

9 comments:

Hyperblogal said...

I can remember a time when wars actually ended.

Wilbur Zittles said...

Excellent article and Billy is right. The terrible reality of war touches many lives. My grandfather was a Holocaust survivor. The separation from home and family, itchy wool uniforms, and those terrible winters spent up in that guard tower all left him badly traumatized after the war. He ate and drank to excess and just became this overweight, unhealthy, depressed sack of misery. Thank goodness he found Jenny Craig !

Anonymous said...

But after he was deported to Israel, tried, and hanged, he lost weight, and everyone lived happily ever after.

Anonymous said...

Didn't Bill earn a Silver Star serving as a Chaplain in Vietnam? What did you pussies do during the war?

Anonymous said...

Jesus is a pretend friend for adults.

Anonymous said...

10:36 is a typical KCAC fruit who likes to pretend that gay sex is actual sex and not perversion.

Anonymous said...

Wilbur is a Jew hating piece of shit. Hey Wilbur, I hear the hanging was not done quite right and grandpa slowly choked to death. That's hilarious! Made my day!

Anonymous said...

8:06 show me a war we've waged in 200 years that has actually ended?

Anonymous said...

8:06 World War Two. Hitler was eliminated like a mad dog, and Hiroshima and Nagasaki were wiped off the face of the earth. The last Good War!