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Pure Evil

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Some people claim that God was created in man’s image and likeness. I tend to find this point of view insulting and bordering on the blasphemous—in most cases. However, when bipedal life forms (I hesitate to refer to them as people or humans) slaughter innocent people, screaming “God is great” I think that they’ve attempted to create a god in a likeness that suits them.

I wouldn’t normally speak for God, but I truly believe that if I were the one doing the screaming and killing, I would not be greeted in the next world with, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” I suspect that those responsible for all the death and destruction in pursuit of an Islamic caliphate are in for an unpleasant surprise when they leave this world. Seventy-two virgins? Really? This from a group who believes that rape is a form of prayer. Not just a loophole, but actually prayer.

And what do they expect to accomplish with all their violence? When they attacked Paris, did they believe that the French would roll over and play dead? Do they believe that with enough senseless violence people will be inclined to embrace sharia?

That by killing a planeload of Russian tourists Vladimir Putin will be swayed? Have they ever even read a newspaper story about Putin? Former KGB. Never voted Mr. Congeniality. Not real particular about following international law. Personally I believe he’s “mad as hell, and not going to take it anymore.” Might not have been ISIS’s smartest move.

Bottom line? These wackheads have merely managed to get a whole lot of people pissed off.

And God just might be one of them,

In the Name of God, I Kill You!

courtesy Voice of America

courtesy Voice of America

The Sunni extremists are wreaking havoc in Shia towns in Iraq; Iraqi soldiers who are also Sunni are apparently laying down their arms rather than defending the Shia civilians.

Allahu Akbar!

It’s a far too familiar tale throughout the world.

The Roman persecution of the Christians.

The deaths of Catholics and Anglicans as they fought over the English throne.

The lynching of blacks by God fearing whites in the South.

The extermination of the Jews in World War II.

The list goes on and on. We never seem to learn.

When we die and face our God, I am quite certain He is not going to say, “Great job of killing people!”