Posts Tagged ‘democracy’

Terrorism. Part-One.

‘War without Rules?

Ireland has had a history of armed conflict, since it was first invaded and occupied by the English and their Welsh mercenaries. Over those 800 years, it has seen many wars with Britain, ending in the 40 years of the troubles in N-Ireland.

But we must not think that there is a new terror now in Europe, that plays by its own rules. Evil people want to push their agenda, not for the liberation of one but many at the same time. In 1605 Guy Fawkes had the same idea, instead of using democratic means within his reach. He instead chose violence, that would of lead to the mass murder of many innocent people going about their daily business.

Fear and intimidation are the causes of many conflicts around the world in human history, when a certain group of people feel they have to right to tell others what to do. You have to do it our way and we will always be over you. ”Familiar Echos.”

Nehemiah 2:10, 18,  4:7-8, 9-15, Psalm 23:3,  27:1, 56:5-6,  Matthew 10:26, 28, 31.

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Revisionism. Part-Two.

Let us move away from the holocaust and look at the history of other nations and peoples. There are many who would today say that European slavery in west-Africa only occurred because there was a local demand for it. In some ways by saying this, one could justify Europe’s past sins. This in another way takes away the horrific way people were treated, separated from loved ones and children, degenerated and humiliated for profit.

There are equality as many British historians who have played down the Irish potato famine and hide the facts that the London democratic parliament passed legislation to forbid the kindness of Christians to have mercy by feeding the poor. This is the dangers of changing history. God requires of us to be honest and truthful in all that we do and say.

Job 6:25, Psalm 15:2-3,  Luke 8:15, John 8:38.

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