You have heard on national television the merciless and senseless unabated murder by a monster in a synagogue on a rainy Saturday morning in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. A baby naming ceremony. Heart wrenching. He targeted a Jewish community exclusively. 11 people confirmed dead.
But did you notice these hick town (cited thus by atheists in times past) SWAT teams, and Pgh. Police, and how they ran TOWARD the danger, and apprehended the shooter lickety split? 4 police wounded. Did you notice the rapid response and total professionalism of EMT’s during this regional nightmare? Hicks huh.
Some who are familiar with death scenes said it was the most horrific they have witnessed in their careers. The man (no I will not lower myself and call him a gentleman as the media usually does so thoughtlessly) was wounded and taken to a hospital. Not just to A hospital, but to one of the finest medical centers in the country. Are you listening ye godless?
This man whose sole desire was to ‘kill all the Jews’ was treated by no doubt, some Jewish doctors. Try explaining that in a world with no higher call, no morals. Why should a monster be tended to in such a fashion? The Hippocratic oath, doncha know. Ethics and code of conduct blind to circumstances.
Go hide your head in shame ye godless atheist, because if the survival of the fittest was true, then the Jewish MD would be within his rights to slice apart the heart of such a ruthless devil. But no, the oath says, ‘the righteous tend to life,’ even tending to the life of such a one as a murdering bastard. It is not within the worldview of an MD to arbitrality decides who lives and who dies. THAT is reserved for the depraved.
But Pittsburgh, the city of champions, or so we are told regarding the Penguins hockey team, the Pgh Steelers football squad, or the Pirates baseball club, were champions of a far better caliber today. One local and state leader after another laid their politics aside, and spoke of evil intent of the heart. NOT a time to speak of the evil intent of a gun, which there is none, but good job Pittsburghers, you represented the commonwealth of PA well, and the country I’m guessing also.
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem (Netanyahu sent condolences immediately) and for the families and friends who will never recover from such carnage. And one need not look far to see the evidence of the grace of God.
(Btw, it was genius of Pres. Trump at a rally to include at a moments notice a praying rabbi as well as a pastor. Loved their words.)