Virginia Tech Shootings
I am so sad for those killed in this terrible incident! It is such a confirmation of the fact that we have lost our moral compass. We are raising a generation of people who know no limits, they are bound by no morals, absolutes no longer exist,they respect no life! Whether it is politically correct or not, we must speak out!
Although I do not know the age of the shooter, this kind of violence is becoming all too frequent in our society. I look at what we are producing and I fear for our nation. I fear that we will not survive this attack we have brought upon ourselves. We have raised a generation who has grown up accepting abortion of the unborn as a woman's right when in reality it is the most unwomanly act of humanity to kill you own defenseless offspring. Even the animal kingdom knows to care for their young. My poor dog once delivered prematurely. I knew something was wrong by the soulful moans she kept up all night. She, an animal, was sad to have lost her pups! What have we taught our young! God forgive us!
When you lower the value of life for the weakest and most defenseless, you de-humanize yourself. We see people protesting the unfortunate deaths of our soldiers in Iraq, I morn their loss as well! But where is the outrage for the MILLIONS of innocent lives we have taken through the evil selfishness of abortion?
Then we have the effects of the rap music and the violence of Hollywood. I don't mind a little violence when it is justice being served upon evil, but many movies today are only violent for the sake of ..violence. We see movies promoting thievery, rape, child abuse and we call it entertainment. As in I Timothy 4:2 we have become a nation with no conscience.. "having their conscience seared with a hot iron..."
We stop it like this!
Guns in the right hands deter violence. This campus was a supposed gun-free campus. The fact of the matter is, EVIL ones don't follow the rules! If guns are illegal, they will still have them but law abiding citizens will not.
I know that the first thing to come out of this will be that someone will call for MORE gun control. I have witnessed the reality that gun availability does not mean more shootings. Let me explain.
In the village of Chajudaña, every indian home kept a rifle leaned up against the wall. This is necessary for protection from snakes and jaguars. Every home was full of children and even toddlers, but in ten years we had no murder nor accidental shootings. We had one suicide, because of alcoholism.
The indian children were taught NOT to touch the rifle, and if thy did, they were punished. They also were shown the effects of the rifle when hunting. This is an uncivilized society.
What are we?