Je Suis Bruxelles

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How many more Bruxelles, San Bernardino’s, Paris, New York’s, et al are we going to tolerate? How many more tears must flow? How many more loved one’s lost? How much more suffering will the world tolerate until we say enough?

 

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Published in: on March 22, 2016 at 2:42 pm  Comments (10)  
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  1. The world is saddened again by the horrific tragedy in Brussels.

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    • We are all saddened, what a terrible tragedy but we have to do more to stop this scourge on humanity. I can barely turn on the news anymore wondering what will happen next. Just an awful situation.

      For Brussells, For the World,
      Nabeki

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  2. “The philosophy of nonviolence which I learned from Dr. Marin Luther King, Jr., during my involvement in the civil rights movement was first responsible for my change in diet…Under the leadership of Dr. King, I became totally committed to nonviolence, and I was convinced that nonviolence meant opposition to killing in any form. I felt the commandment ‘Thou Salt not kill’ applied to human beings not only in their dealings with each other – war, lynching, assassination, murder and the like – but in their practice of killing animals for food or sport. Animals suffer and die alike. Violence causes the same pain…the same arrogant, cruel and brutal taking of life.” – Dick Gregory

    “As long as there are slaughterhouses, there will be battlefields.” — Count Leo Tolstoy

    “For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other. Indeed, he who sows the seed of murder and pain cannot reap joy and love.” -Pythagoras

    “As long as people will shed the blood of innocent creatures there can be no peace, no liberty, no harmony between people. Slaughter and justice cannot dwell together.” – Isaac Bashevis Singer

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    • Well written and I couldn’t agree with you more – the hatred towards Animals and they way Humans go at them as if there are their target practice is a complete shame and one that is shared by many greedy unethical individuals whom find pain and suffering a way of the world. There can be love shared for any kind of Animal Human Bird etc it’s that often people are just that demented they ignore the simplest “Gifts” we were given at birth – 1. The right to life and 2. the gift of something no one can take away unless they are living in a world that only exists for themselves which is the offer of Love, unconditional Love and until those who seek redemption from their Sins we will still be forced to live within walls that are drawn by crazy people. Sad but true – God Bless all those who have the right to life and don’t and Love be with you each and everyday it will make you live longer. Sincerely , I am Angel Wolf ❤

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  3. Belgium 20-30 years ago imported North Africans for cheap labor in its factories. The factories went bankrupt, no new jobs appeared. Now , the son of these imported men are comin out of poverty, have never worked, live in the drug districts, have no sense of self worth–it has all come back to bite Belgium. These people were ripe for a group like Isis to get followers.. We cannot leave any of society’s misfits, anywhere, to be ignored.

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    • The poor and disenfranchised cannot be ignored.

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      • Go to the hospital because your heart is bleeding.

        This is not a crisis of “hopelessness”, “integration” or any of the other excuses that politicians use to explain Islamic terrorism without dropping the dreaded I-word that invokes the fearful charge of Islamophobia. The Greeks and Italians who used to do the dirty work in Belgium were not bombing subways and museums no matter how bad the “overcrowding” and “joblessness” might be.

        This is not a social problem. It is a supremacist problem.

        Muslim terrorism is not caused by despair, but by hope. A Muslim suicide bomber does not die out of hopelessness, but because he hopes to impose Islam and earn 72 virgins in paradise. He shouts “Allahu Akbar”, proclaiming the supremacy of his Islamic religion over Christianity, Judaism and all the rest, as he kills his victims because he believes that a different Europe is possible. An Islamic Europe.

        The latest terror attack in Brussels has been called “an attack on all of Europe.” But it’s Brussels, with the insistence on open borders and open migrant policies, that is the real attack on all of Europe.

        Muslim immigration is its outcome. Muslim terrorism is the outcome of Muslim immigration.

        The European Union was born out of despair. Europeans lost confidence in their own nations. They opened their borders and sat on the beach while the migrant waves washed away their future.

        Brussels is where Europe’s future died. It is the first real outpost of the Islamic State in Europe. It shows us Europe’s terrible future if the invasion does not end.

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  4. From the Viking Eddas:

    “Wind time, Wolf time, Ax time, Sword time.
    Ere the World falls, never shall men each other spare.”

    But I bring you good news, Nabeki and all, from the California Wolf Center, where I was visiting:

    Last fall, when the Shasta Pack took a steer, the rancher, instead of going crazy with desiring death for all, called the CWC! Their work, energy, diplomacy had established trust with him.

    Just do your best, not expecting humans to change. It is possible that they will, if you, yourself, hold without conditions, to love.

    I bid you the best of mornings from the mountains. It is Spring, Renewal time, The Mexican Wolves are trotting in eagerness and mating season. Hope for new pups, togetherness, and freedom.

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    • The best thing I’ve read all week.

      This is human nature, I’m afraid. If it wasn’t ISIS it would be something else, Nazis , Oklahoma City, etc. as it has always been. This country has done more than its share also. I feel awful about it and have great sympathy for the victims, both human and not. But in nobody’s lifetime has there not been war and needless killing. I also thought criticism of Belgium in this was insensitive and uncalled for, but what can I expect, I suppose. I don’t know what to say anymore. I get sick of the same old response from our leadership.

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  5. Reblogged this on Exposing the Big Game.

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