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  • hardie karges 2:11 pm on May 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Chechnya, , , , mob, Papua, snuff, Uganda, violence   

    Cry for Guatemala: and Cambodia, Uganda, Chechnya, PNG and Afghanistan… 

    Okay, so I can’t play the video that inspired this write, since it’s a snuff film, and I can’t do that, in all good conscience, so I’ll play this one instead. Sometimes I think that maybe we need some rocket-launcher control legislation, since I’m not sure what I’d do if I had one—no, not that, since that’s a sin, and I’m a Buddhist…

    That a sickening ‘snuff film’ made the rounds recently, of a girl being torched in public, by an angry mob in Guatemala, is sickening beyond belief. The fact that she may have committed an equally heinous crime herself is immaterial. Guatemala is a Christian country. I know it well. What has happened to the world as we know it? Can it get any worse than this? Or has it always been like this, and we are just now getting the news because of smart-phones and social media? None of the above or all of the above? (More …)

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    • Esther Fabbricante 4:05 pm on May 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      An eye-opener!

    • Anna 11:16 pm on May 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      The world is a sad place.

    • tom 8:45 pm on May 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Some good hot topics. Ill vouch for homosexuality in some muslim countries. As i was approached to partake. Unwillingly of course, in a few muslim countries. I learned that long hair on a man is a sign that you are gay where i was! I feel its Difficult to curtail sexual urges for sometimes 5 to15 yrs. Till a man reaches 30 years or more before he can afford to pay the dowry for a wife. But as youve written , theres shit that happens everywhere.

  • hardie karges 11:45 pm on June 12, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Muslim, , , violence   

    #Sungai Kolok #Thailand #ThaiCoup: Welcome to Belfast 

     

    Sungai, Kolok, Thailand

    Sungai, Kolok, Thailand

    Thai Muslim South is where violence is, not silly coup de curfew. There are bullet scars, roadblocks, and plenty of checkpoints, Charlie.

     

    Brothels here remain open, though, at times when Kota Bharu across the Malay border has long gone to bed.

     

    Curfews are steadily being lifted across Thailand BTW, so tourists should expect little or no problem.

     

    For better or worse, there are few or no tourists here in the deep deep south. I crossed the Malay border almost alone, fun fun.  🙂

     
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