Monday, 8 October 2012
Reactions to 'Aluu killings' by Mark Mazadu
"Much more devastating is the fact that our society celebrate 'bigger criminals' and kill the weak who could be helpless"
My latest reaction on the UNIPORT 4 Murder: The culture of jungle justice is satanic...Even if they were Cultist, rapist, thieves or whatever the society brands them... No human, I repeat, NO HUMAN deserves to take the life of another or deserve to die in such satanic manner. Don't get it why pple like taking the laws into their hands and cry fowl when similar 'injustice' is done to them... Shame how fellow human beings watched as humans are burnt alive...wonder if the saying do unto other as you would wish to be done unto you means anything to them. More shameful, the love of human power has replaced the power of love in our society... Much more devastating is the fact that our society celebrate 'bigger criminals' and kill the weak who could be helpless... We look up to God for mercy yet we show others no mercy. We seek Gods help, yet we forget the greatest help God has given us is Love thy neighbor as urself. May God forgive our ways... We keep shouting Boko Haram, Boko Haram, Boko Haram, yet some of us in our thoughts and ways act worst than BH. Some say its the best culture to teach the so called bad eggs among us a big lesson, I'm of the view any culture that say we should kill pple is not culture but wickedness. Wonder how those watching will go to bed and sleep sound... what we'll tell our children and our children's, children about love. May God have mercy on the souls of the departed, comfort their families and forgive the murderers. Dis madness must stop... "let he who is without sin, cast the first stone" the Bible tells us. This is indeed one of the saddest day for me in the history of humanity. (My opinion pls) @snmtravelin