Speechless, But Trying


This post doesn’t live here anymore. It migrated to my other blog:

The Big No-No:  An Outsider on American Fascism, where it resides under the title:

“Young White Man Murders Nine People in Church Shooting Charleston South Carolina”.

5 responses to “Speechless, But Trying

  1. I was stumped too when I saw the ad on the newspaper, the excuses they have for it are just as bad at the ones for the shootings.

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  2. Marie-Jacqueline

    What can I say!
    I think that you apology is correct.
    I also think that it would make you feel discouraged. But please keep on writing about all that is important to you.
    Because it is not only about you, it is about your family, the environment they live in, where they grow up, go to school, work. You write for them and therefore you take a stand. Not to keep silent against that what you think is wrong.
    Because a drop of water can make an ocean.

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  3. Marie-Jacqueline

    Correction: Apology is wrong word.
    Should be anology

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  4. I’m glad you’re still trying. Giving up is an incredibly scary thought. The ignorance and excuses being made are appalling. And the hypocrisy of how we (Americans) look at world violence and terror versus that which happens within our own borders to one another is a crushing blow to the hope that we can be taken seriously on the issue.
    I appreciate you putting your voice out here. It’s a worthy one.

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