Pakistan mosque massacre

pakistan mosque massacre slaughter killings murdersSad to say it’s just another day of Islamist-led slaughter, this time the victims being Muslims, as they often are in this part of the world, i.e., Pakistan and Afghanistan. Apparently the targets were Pakistani military leaders, but other worshippers in the mosque such as children were among the casualties. How can the Islamist militants justify the slaughter of such obvious innocents?  Were these children not “Muslim enough” for the murderers? Or are the perpetrators of such acts simply cowardly sadists and masochists who love death more than life, as Fort Hood murderer Nidal Hasan stated of his fellow Muslim fanatics?

Cui bono?

One question I have raised repeatedly over the years as concerns the constant state of bloodshed on planet Earth is, where are all these weapons being manufactured and who is profiting from them? How many weapons manufacturers are there globally?  Who owns these factories?  Why isn’t anyone else asking these questions?

It has been said that at the bottom of “all” wars are the third-party weapons manufacturers.  If so, why aren’t they being scrutinized and having their feet held to the fire for supplying weapons to brigands and reprobates who have no respect for life? Any other business with so much death and destruction on its hands would be put under a microscope.  If car manufacturers, for instance, were supplying their products to sociopaths who regularly ran others down with them, there would be an investigation.  But not so with weapons manufacturers.

Oh, and by the way, I am a supporter of the Second Amendment to the American Constitution that has been used to justify private gun ownership. The U.S. in fact has proved that large numbers of human beings for the most part can own weapons to protect themselves without committing massacres on a regular basis, so banning such private ownership is not a sensible response. Nor is allowing militants and other organized psychopaths easy access to stockpiles of weapons.

Sources & Further Reading

Suicide attackers kill 36 at Pakistan mosque
CBS and NBC Skip Hasan’s Ominous ‘We Love Death More Than You Love Life’

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  1. Pakistan Mosque Massacre
    For thousands of years humans have obviously passed on ‘violence’ from generation to generation and began the pattern at the early child ages only to reach it’s pathetic, flowering stench in adulthood. The weapons were rocks and knives, now with ‘technological advancements (?)’ the rock has mostly become firearms. The lights that have been very dim until recent times are more than ever lightening up the world for more and more to see faster and faster. Those who are not ready to deal with it seem to survive with blinders that soon will no longer suffice. It’s all Karmic from the hideousness of the past that confronts the higher, fragile states of the more conscious. The hope is in individual ‘retooling’ of the minds and hearts that hopefully spreads across the earth. First, there has to be the acknowledgment individually and collectively of the whole unconscious behavior and then, climbing up into the light of truthful existence. Religions are more a lid on the darkness than a light. The answers must come from ‘climbing inside the self’, casting out the blocks, some of which are illusions, to see the simple answers. One has to start with ‘awareness’ and then the discernment of best choices. Love waits and grows only when the individual receives the love from outside and inside.

  2. Recruiting For Suicide
    Potential suicide bombers are easily found in emergency rooms of hospitals. Each day patients arrive who have attempted suicide and failed. After careful interviews, a vest packed with explosives is strapped onto the patients, they are then sent into crowded market places to kill themselves. The shortage of suicide bombers is not caused by a lack of mental patients, only by the shortage of explosive vests.

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