posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 01:45 PM
Originally posted by Copperflower
This is just the tip of the iceberg, most likely. There have been reports before by whistleblowers who ended up dead, even one investigative reporter
and his son, who were killed when their small plane suddenly exploded and crashed, killing both on the way to a social event.
Search "Boystown, child abuse, Boystown coverup" and see what YOU find.
It makes this look more like a pair of murders than anyone would like to believe.
I hate child abusers. Hate them, hate them, hate them. As a lover of God and humanity, I think it's my duty, and I certainly will reserve any
sympathy or understanding I possess for the victims, their mothers, fathers, and siblings.
Also, their future mates, who will have to deal with the twisted fallout from the abuse, torture, and perverted minds of these criminals.
I am a theist as well, but ever since finding out about all this sick crap happening in the world for centuries, it's made me angry at God for
allowing it all to happen. The "free will" argument goes only so far. Religious types often like telling stories of instances where people were
'spared' or 'saved' by God's hand, via through some kind fo miraculous divine intervention in an accident or what have you. Where was God all throught
the century for those trying to expose this evil? Where was his sheilding of the investigator in the airplane about to crack the Franklin cover up
scandal? Where was God for Nancy Schaefer, and countless others? Meanwhile, the elite and most defenerate filth in existence are roaming free, reaping
the benefits of not just money, but power and influence as well.
What benefit does humanity get from having evil dominate in the shadows for so long? Do we really learn anything? In my opinion no. And for those who
argue, "well retribution will come soon enough" there have been people saying that for decades now. If the christian version of satan is real, God
should just kill him off for good with all of the fallen angels, and humanity would be none the wiser. As Joseph Conrad once said, "belief in a
supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickedness." Satan and his demons are just superfluous baggage to
the explanation of evil that I refuse to believe.
edit on 23-3-2011 by vagabond50 because: (no reason given)