> what a wretched thing to write.
> Should be a red card and 2 game suspension for
> Remember the famous picture of the young girl in
> Vietnam who was a victim of napalm bombing? I
> agree with the warning note to let people know
> what's coming but it's not as though that photo
> was so horrific that it would cause any harm...
> What's worse...Pete showing a graphic photo or
> knowing/remembering that you once said you would
> forcibly vaccinate people against their will?
Simple enough, Pete’s posting of the image was gratuitous while Aine’s opinion about vaccinations stem from her awareness of what is in the best interests of society. I don’t recall her ever posting pictures of children dying and dead from Measles or Cholera to enforce her point.
Like it or not ISIS is at war with western civilization and these poor victims were casualties of war just the same as the civilian casualties in previous nation state wars. Their loss should be mourned and discussed but not sensationalized with death and dying images to soapbox on yet another all Muslim immigrants are terrorists’ rant. No one in the thread had denied the occasion or barbarity of the cowardly act so what was the purpose of adding the image to a latter post?
Author: Archaic ()
Date: April 08, 2017 07:49AM
Agreed, I should have used a link.
It's unfortunate, however, that an image showing what took place has generated more outrage here than the actual act.
I'll leave it at that.
Seems likely that any lack of response to the subject had more to do with Pete than the topic and the image was added to force a response because as usual where Pete is involved he considers any reply a win, even negative ones. He is after all intending to create chaos and discomfort so he can get his little willy off.