The Cowardliness of Men

Over 70 years ago the forces of hell were unleashed on the world that committed genocide and horrific crimes. The the international community was so outraged as to form committees and ultimately the United Nations with the promise that such horrific crimes against humanity should never happen again. Where is the international community? Where is the United Nations? Where is the outcry? Where is the United States? Where is Barack Obama? Where are you hiding Mr. Obama while atrocities like this are unleashed on innocent children. You and that useless organization called the United Nations are more concerned about climate change and useless trivial matters than about this horrific genocide to children. May God have mercy on those who are in the position to do something about this and stand back and do nothing. And for those of you who believe it is not the business of the United States to get involved in a conflict that commits such horrific crimes to children I have this to say to you. Go back to the comfort of your home’s and sit comfortably and only worry about yourselves and your own selfish interests. But mark my words, in doing so this evil will one day come knocking at your door and pay a visit to you and your children. And when this happens it will be far too late. If I as a father could get on a plane and pay these evil men a visit and wipe them off the face of the planet once and for all, I would be out of here in a heartbeat. This is evil beyond words, beyond description. How can the international community sitback and do nothing? If the world continues to sit back and allow¬†this to happen, we are doomed as a civilization. We have totally lost our way, our values and the sacredness of life. We have become the lowest of men. We are the most selfish of men. We are cowards. I say this to Barack Obama and the members of Congress. You are weak pathetic excuses for men. You walk around in your designer suits and eat at the best and finest restaurants. You have lined your pockets with millions at the expense of millions. You are only concerned with holding on to power at all costs and lining your pockets with as much silver and gold as you can stuff into them. You politicians (both Republican and Democrat alike) lie, deceive, cheat and steal from all. The next time you sit down to one of your $10,000 a plate dinners maybe, just maybe, you can reflect on the brutal murder of these poor children. The world paid a horrific price the last time it turned a blind eye to evil. Over 60 million people were killed in the second world war but this time the consequences will be far greater. These images are graphic indeed, but they must be shown. This evil must be exposed. For if men stand by and permit such demonic evil to take place then what will be unleashed on the world will be unlike anything mankind has ever experienced. For those of you who would say “this is not America’s war” I have one word to describe such ways of thinking, “cowards”. If Barack Obama and Congress are so afraid of involving America in this horrific conflict all they have to do is make it voluntary. Show these images to our brave men and women in the armed forces and you will have more volunteers than you could possibly imagine or need.

I would like to leave you with these final thoughts. In recent months America has gone through her own troubles with racial tensions. I would like to state for the record these are not racial tensions. These are cultural tensions. In the end skin color, ethnicity and nationality are cultures. These are not races. There is but one race, and that is the human race. We all come from the same source, we all have the same red blood running through her veins, we all experience pain and suffering, we all experience love and joy. We are all connected in a mystical and spiritual way to the one and same Creator of all. In essence we are all children of God, we are all brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus. When one member of the body of Christ suffers we all suffer. In some sense it’s a helpless feeling to view these images and feel there’s nothing I can do to change things. Oh yes, I can write these blogs and voice my grievance but as a man I feel it is not enough. In the end the only weapon I have is prayer and faith. It is with this faith that I turn to the words of the Lord when he tells us in Matt 17:19-19 “For, amen I say to you, if you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you shall say to this mountain: Remove from hence hither, and it shall remove: and nothing shall be impossible to you.” It is in the last six words of that quote that I draw my strength, “nothing shall be impossible to you”.



































For the sake of His sorrowful passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.

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