Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Kansas City Faith Blogging Against War

A thoughtful missive argues for peace and laments the human capacity and predilection to inflict suffering in order to gain power. 

Here's a hopeful word that'll be forgotten or ignored when it's time to undertake the next, inevitable American military misadventure already in the works . . . Read more:

War: The sin humans can't seem to quit committing

As we move toward the end of this execrable year full of sound, fury, lies, pain and death (relieved a little by the return to form of Royals catcher Salvador Perez), let's take stock of the ways in which human...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought someone said this moron wasn’t going to write or blog anymore.

Relevant? Does he accept comments or is his chin so brittle he doesn’t slap cologne on ?

Let’s see him/her/it do a Tic/Toc video.

Ego ego ego.

Anonymous said...

Allah continue to suck goat dick. All Muslims suck goat dick.

Anonymous said...

If Tammeaus doesn’t like war he should have loved President Trump. After all, he was the most peaceful president we have had in decades, not starting a single new war. With Biden/Harris approaching, everybody better buckle up for all of the new kinetic actions and wars in places you cannot find on a map that are coming.

Anonymous said...

^^Shit up MAGAT! You lost, get over it! Fuck your feelings!

Anonymous said...

^^The warmonger speaks.

Anonymous said...

Trump tried to end our endless wars. Yet the peace loving pinkos elected a war mongering demoncrat president. New war in less than a year, four dollar gasoline and 15k stock market. Demoncrats saving the world here we come.

Alpinista said...

George Bush, the Second, justified, in the end, his war with Iraq as necessary to bring democracy to the people of Iraq.

That was back when Republicans still believed in democracy.

10:06, Donald J. Trump is an asshole. That trumps anything good you want to give him credit for (He asked his aides about a military strike against Iran just before the election.)

Anonymous said...

As 11:57 demonstrates, the human condition is such that the worst sins will be rationalized for the flimsiest of reasons. O tempora! O mores!