“Fear leads to Anger. Anger leads to Hate. Hate leads to suffering.” Unfortunately we see that phrase come to life on a daily basis. 
Today we mourn with the Muslim Community of New Zealand.

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Kiwis have been posting this today. 



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  2. Dave churbuck said,

    March 18, 2019 at 21:50

    All would have been unharmed IF the mosque was protected by armed guards and all the prayerful carried firearms.
    God does Not protect those who do not protect them selves.
    You pray to god in thanks for your life and the protection of your soul
    from the spiritual devil.
    In the physical world you carry a gun to protect your self from the
    physical devils. God helps those who helps and protects themselves.
    And their children.
    When and IF the children matter most, the wars will end on all sides.
    All the wars in the world are not worth the life of a single child which
    could be you. When you see that, god will love you and heaven will be yours. Untill then, hell awaits and the physical devils will kill you and yours. Your choice.
    Without the children there is no future and what the children see
    and experience will be the future. That is how you create the future.
    Be Well.

  3. restless94110 said,

    March 19, 2019 at 02:33

    Fear leads to Anger? I don’t think so. Usually it leads to Submission. Anger leads to Hate? Most times it does not at all. Anger usually leads to shouting or hitting or drinking booze or other thing. What are you talking about, man? Hate leads to Sufferring? Usually hating leads to the person hating doing the sufferring. They either become unhealthy due to their hating all the time, or maybe they commit a crime (not necessarily a violent one) and get arrested and imprisoned for it or they hate so much that they can’t stand to be alive anymore.

    You know? Platitudes like these make no sense, and therefore they don’t make anyone feel better. Why not ust call an atrocity an atrocity and leave it that? Who cares what the monsters’ (there were 5?) motives were? Constructing a Fear/Anger/Hate/Sufferring train of false logic? What’s the point?

  4. Murphy said,

    March 19, 2019 at 12:58

    Please educate us on the long history of Muslim Christian relations.

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