Of course, I have something to say about the Paris attack.
It pains me to live in a world filled with so much hate. Where the media controls our minds and makes us believe anything.
There were plenty of other attacks in the world in the past week but the media focuses on Isis and their attack on Paris.
My Facebook news feed is filled with Muslim hating bigots. What people have to realize is that Muslims also hates Isis. That we need to band together and hates Isis together, not Muslims. I feel terrible for the kind Muslims in the world, how people use September 11th as a reason to hate all of them.
I hate the fact that I work for the United States government. I feel as if I am literally sitting back and watching a war about to happen, just watching it unfold before my eyes, fueled by the media and the zombies who watch and believe the lies. Whether people want to believe it or not, this is yet another religious war. Christians against Muslims. Thank goodness the government can use that to their advantage.
I have friends who are Muslim. Islam is so extremely close to the Christian religion. From the Bible to the Quran. Muslims have the same ideologies as Christians, be good to others, live a good life, spread the word of our God. Of course many Christians want to believe that all Muslims live as extremist, that all Muslims are jihadi. People need to understand that this is the same thing as the Westboro Baptist Church. I don't believe that many Christians want to accept the Westboro Church as their religion. People need to educate themselves.
A terrible thing happened in Paris yesterday, and lots of people lost their lives this week. We are all the same race, the human race. We need to stand together. For Paris, for Beirut and the people affected by those bombings, for the earthquake victims in Japan, for the bombing at the funeral in Baghdad, for all the refugees who want to escape terror but are being blamed. Pray for the world.
"This issue, of course, isn’t unique to Islam. The Ku Klux Klan burns crosses and preaches hate in the name of Jesus Christ, and the ostensibly Christian “Lord’s Resistance Army” regularly ravages villages and recruits child soldiers in Western Africa. Hindu extremists burned mosques and sparked violence in India in the 1990s. Buddhist extremists exist, and are spewing hatred in several parts of Asia. But in all of these cases, the vast majority of believers worked or are working to disavow the actions of fanatics and preserve the core, peaceful principles of their faith — just as Muslims are now doing with ISIS."