Pause…Reflect…

What happens when you cheer openly for the death of others?

What happens when the first reaction to a body hitting the ground in a pool of blood is wild applause?

What happens when no reflection of life except for the “accepted script of evil” is made?

What happens?

When you openly call for death and cheer when it happens, you lose your own perspective on life.

When you start making exceptions as to who gets to live and who gets to die, life itself becomes meaningless.

When the lives of others are forfeit at the whim of unaccountable power, regardless of whom actually wields that power, the end result is not freedom nor justice.  It is not even vengeance.

Death brings nothing but more death.  It will never bring about the promise of new life.  It does not bring about peace.  It will not carry with it justice in its wake.  It knows nothing of remorse or compassion.

When you cheer for the death of others, what are you really cheering for?

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4 Responses to Pause…Reflect…

  1. darkdaughta says:

    I’d have to agree. They’re cheering for fascism but only because it hasn’t turned to eat them as yet.

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  3. Αρθρα Pros says:

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