Posted by Karol at 10:45 PM
Yeah, torture’s just a political issue, like the proper role of a state government, or how high to set taxes.
THERE COULDN’T POSSIBLY BE A MORAL DIMENSION TO CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, RIGHT? AND THOSE COULDN’T POSSIBLY MATTER EXTRA TO A GROUP FOUNDED ON PRINCIPLES OF MERCY AND FORGIVENESS — A GROUP WHOSE SAVIOR WAS LITERALLY TORTURED TO DEATH.
Hmmmm….Someone who is still sane would not scream on peoples’ blogs ALL IN CAPITAL LETTERS…
I can’t access the “peace and social justice” page on their website for some reason. I’m always suspicious of an institution that advertises its commitment to “social justice,” which is usually a euphemism for expropriating other people’s wealth and/or property.
Oh, here we go:
Peace and Social Justice
I’m all for debt forgiveness. If there’s one thing endemically corrupt, tinhorn dictatorships in third world countries need, it’s access to credit.
Yeah, whenever you hear “social justice” someone’s reaching for your wallet.
You want torture? Just try sitting through one of his sermons.
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The first commenter is completely correct, and as much as you want to deny it or smugly dismiss it with a smarmy one-liner, denunciation of torture is not just “a political message”, it’s a humanist message. In fact, it kind of used to be universally used to be viewed as one.
But I suppose that would boggle your mind if you were a sociopathic piece of trash, which, by looking at your blogroll, is exactly what you are.
Why couldn’t it be:
No to Pedophilia ?
I can’t wait for Obama’s free health care, clearly some people need treatment.