Well, you believe whatever you want. I don't justify the actions of any war criminals killing innocent civilians at Aushwitz any more than I do of war criminals vaporizing Japanese civilians at Hiroshima or Nagasaki. But, we don't go on endlessly pepetuating the vicitimization of Japanese women being selected for extinction for what they were wearing at the time. And I don't see anyone praying at the remains at them sites come election time neither. But hey, they were just pagan japs and not the special chosen of God.Ah the endless victim blaming. "Of course she got gassed at Auschwitz. Look at what she was wearing!" right?
Acknowledge what? We're not cupable of nothing. I'm sick of all this moaning and groaning and whining and "mea culpas" about something we as Americans and Catholics had any to do with. Like I said, enough with the guilt trip, I'm not playing that game.But we do have a certain culpability that it's only right we acknowledge it
:just like we do with black history in the US.
Our actions speak enough for what we've done. We don't need a big constant show. Or be constantly reminded we didn't do enough.If we can't do so out of love, we at least do so out of propriety.
Ever heard of Non sequitur?Ever heard of "own goaling?"