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Dec 15th 2012 new

(Quote) Brian-252799 said: What do you want in this day and age?
(Quote) Brian-252799 said:

What do you want in this day and age?

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Some of the law enforcement being interviewed are saying that now this is the new standard for horrific. And
that the next incidents may be worse to upstage this. Can you imagine?

Dec 15th 2012 new

(Quote) Steven-706921 said: Given the accompaniment of pagan belief in these shooters lives, is it merely a coincidence that...
(Quote) Steven-706921 said:

Given the accompaniment of pagan belief in these shooters lives, is it merely a coincidence that this phenomenon has been increasing in occurance jsut as the practice of the Christian faith wanes throughout the Western world? Perhaps not since sudden people suddenly killing mass numbers was a legendary feature of ancient pagan cultures and Asian cultures where Christianity didn't take hold. Particular examples include Amok in Indonesia, the Berserker in Norwegian Viking culture, and the "warp spasm" suffered by Cú Chulainn, the warrior king of pagan Irish literature.

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I should further add that, in the case of the Malaysian Pangamok and the Berserker of the Vikings, those enraged were seen to be possessed by evil spirits. In the case of the pangamok, the enraged would end up either being killed by the village or killing himself; if he survived he fell into a fugue and, on reviving, not remember the events. This parallels some reports of the killer in the Aurora Colorado killings who claimed amnesia after being captured.

en.wikipedia.org

Dec 15th 2012 new

usnews.nbcnews.com
Everyone is crazy.Imagine something like this at Christmas? scratchchin rolling eyes

Dec 15th 2012 new

Funny how when you ban God and the bible from school, it is replaced by socialism, satanism, and mass murder. HMMMMM

Dec 15th 2012 new
(Quote) Tony-73158 said: Funny how when you ban God and the bible from school, it is replaced by socialism, satanism, and mass murder. HM...
(Quote) Tony-73158 said:

Funny how when you ban God and the bible from school, it is replaced by socialism, satanism, and mass murder. HMMMMM

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Maybe a better word would be auspicious instead of "funny."
Dec 15th 2012 new

I wonder if there is a correlation: Doesn't there almost seem to an animus against the innocent. It's spilled beyond the 50 million acknowledged abortions, and who knows how many abortifacient abortions, let alone contracepted lives, in the US itself. And this animus is just looking for a weakness to manifest through, to move beyond the clinic. America is murdering itself in secret, but, can't contain it's disease any longer. Look at Lifesitenews.com of Dec 14. Amazing. Pretty soon US may officially condone, and actually protect sodomy in a facsimile of "marriage", just like Sodom. I believe that because of the ages of these kids, that we could expect they'd be in heaven if they'd been baptized. The aborted don't even get that opportunity afforded by baptism.

Dec 15th 2012 new

(Quote) Richard-722900 said: I wonder if there is a correlation: Doesn't there almost seem to an animus against the inno...
(Quote) Richard-722900 said:

I wonder if there is a correlation: Doesn't there almost seem to an animus against the innocent. It's spilled beyond the 50 million acknowledged abortions, and who knows how many abortifacient abortions, let alone contracepted lives, in the US itself. And this animus is just looking for a weakness to manifest through, to move beyond the clinic. America is murdering itself in secret, but, can't contain it's disease any longer. Look at Lifesitenews.com of Dec 14. Amazing. Pretty soon US may officially condone, and actually protect sodomy in a facsimile of "marriage", just like Sodom. I believe that because of the ages of these kids, that we could expect they'd be in heaven if they'd been baptized. The aborted don't even get that opportunity afforded by baptism.

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I asked the priest "if kids that have not been baptised go to heaven." He said yes. Then he said, "all kids go to heaven."

That is the latest church thinking.

Dec 15th 2012 new

(Quote) Marianne-100218 said: I asked the priest "if kids that have not been baptised go to heaven." He sa...
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I asked the priest "if kids that have not been baptised go to heaven." He said yes. Then he said, "all kids go to heaven."

That is the latest church thinking.

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Not really. There are many who openly espouse that sort of universalism because of the views of Karl Rahner about the "anonymous Christian", but the status of those unbaptized that die without personal sin is unknown.

Some would still say they are in Limbo. The best that can be said is that God will not allow them to suffer in the way those on Earth know it.

Dec 15th 2012 new

(Quote) Steven-706921 said: Not really. There are many who openly espouse that sort of universalism because of the ...
(Quote) Steven-706921 said:

Not really. There are many who openly espouse that sort of universalism because of the views of Karl Rahner about the "anonymous Christian", but the status of those unbaptized that die without personal sin is unknown.

Some would still say they are in Limbo. The best that can be said is that God will not allow them to suffer in the way those on Earth know it.

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You should ask a priest at church. It might be the outcome of Vatican 2, but I have heard priests talk about the
children being in heaven, even at St. Patrick's Cathedral in NYC.

If you do ask a priest, I would be interested in knowing what they say.

Dec 15th 2012 new

(Quote) Marianne-100218 said: Some of the law enforcement being interviewed are saying that now this is the new stan...
(Quote) Marianne-100218 said:



Some of the law enforcement being interviewed are saying that now this is the new standard for horrific. And
that the next incidents may be worse to upstage this. Can you imagine?

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BTW, taking away guns from the American people, aside of terminally trampling the Constitution, will increase armed robbery, murders, and violence to go from the example of every country that has banned guns to "lower crime." Australia banned guns, and had murders rise 19% and had armed robberies rise 69%! In England, which did the same thing to such an extent that their Olympic hopefuls have to leave the country to practice shooting, actually had gun crime rise 89% in the decade after lawful subjects were disarmed by force!

Even if all the guns were melted down in the U.S. and successfully kept only in the hands of the police and military, that would not stop rampage violence. On the same day as the attack in Connecticut, a very sick Chinese man with a knife attacked 22 children at a school in China.

www.nydailynews.com

endoftheamericandream.com

I was earlier mentioning the role of SRI medications in the increase of rampage attacks. Here are three videos on the subject, including testimony before Congress relating how the makers of these medications knew about these effects all along and underplayed them in their reportage to the government.

www.washingtonsblog.com

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