Fragments of Peace In A World Of Torment And Killing.

Posted by Dennis M. on Nov 20, 2012 in Posts Views:32;|

 

 

 

 

Friends, after dealing with the horror of Gaza for many days I need to get my mind away from what the massacre occurring there says about most humans.

I offer these beautiful, human-free images  for your consideration.

 

Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

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Anonymous
Nov 20, 2012 at 8:49 am

Yes, thanks for the lovely alluring photographs to take our mind off of the parasites and predators, for awhile. I am now listening to Max French of “The Victory Hour” who is hopeful that the type of readers you inspire, will be triumphant, some day. This broadcast of 11/17 is to discuss “the continuing slaughter of the Gentile by the Jew.” His guest is Joe Cortina who is to forthrightly discuss his personal experiences in Israel with the compassionless Jew, to put it mildly.

And to help with an understanding about why most of our fellow men seem determined to go along with the crowd, and uncritically accept ‘authority’, one can watch “Lemmings – Dr. William Pierce”, posted at Hardon’s Blog.
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News_Fan
Nov 20, 2012 at 7:48 pm

Those are wonderful and soothing pictures Dennis. I wish the poor, suffering people of Syria could see these pictures as their illegal government rains down fire on their homes and children. If only the world would say a simple word against this illegal regime’s actions – the cowardly and inhuman activities done hourly against the defenseless Syrian people.

Still, I blame Russia most of all for the death and destruction in supporting the illegal Iranian puppet Syrian regime.

Also: I’m told the Israeli-Hamas fighting as started up. I hope there have been no injuries from that confrontation. Why does Hamas have rockets anyways?

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Sierra
Nov 21, 2012 at 12:06 am

May the people of Gaza and Syria and too many other besieged people know the soothing beauty in these photos.

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