The Left Goes Batpoop Over George Zimmerman’s ‘God’s Plan’ Remark. My Thoughts On The Subject.

The leftwing media is in a frothing hysteria about George Zimmerman’s words:

I feel it was all God’s plan.”

You had better bet that the witch-hunting prosecution will be as eager to condemn this “heresy” as the press when they go after Zimmerman in a courtroom for daring to defend his own life.  I hope they are ready for it when it comes at them: “Mr. Zimmerman, were you acting as an agent for God when you shot and killed the victim?  Didn’t you say that you thought it was God’s plan for you to kill Trayvon Martin?”

When I heard George Zimmerman refer to “God’s plan” in his interview with Sean Hannity, I a) immediately understood him to be referring more to the fact that he had survived than that Trayvon Martin had been killed and b) just as immediately knew that the press would have a field day depicting Zimmerman as some crazed hater out “doing God’s will” by murdering teenagers. Because that’s the way they’ve exploited this tragedy from the very beginning in terms of prejudicing every single story against George Zimmerman.

Let me take on Trayvon Martin’s father’s words:

As Trayvon Martin’s father told the Associated Press, “We must worship a different God. There is no way that my God wanted George Zimmerman to murder my teenage son.”

I would argue that, yes, we probably have a very different God.

Trayvon Martin’s father has a god who has no plan.  God didn’t have a plan that night that Trayvon Martin was shot.  The Martin family god isn’t smart enough, or isn’t powerful enough, or isn’t even good enough, to have had a plan.  The Martin family god wasn’t even there that night.  Because their god isn’t very much good for anything.

My God IS smart enough, because my God is omniscient and knows everything.  My God IS powerful enough, because He is omnipotent and knows everything.  My God IS good enough, because He is omnibenevolent and serves as the universal standard throughout the universe that He created as to what is good.  And my God WAS there that night, because my God is omnipresent and his presence fills His universe such that nothing was beyond Him.

When you really start asking questions about how God DIDN’T have a plan the night Trayvon Martin was killed, and understand that “if God didn’t want Trayvon Martin ‘murdered'” the way Trayvon Martin’s father – and pretty much the entirety of the mainstream media propaganda – frames the discussion, that God pretty much isn’t in charge of a damn thing in this world, you start to realize what George Zimmerman meant.  I don’t know about Trayvon Martin’s father; but I DO know that an astonishing majority of the mainstream media are atheists in proportion to the 92% of Americans who believe in God.  For example:

“And while about 60 percent of Americans say morality and a belief in God are inexorably linked, only 6 percent of national journalists and executives surveyed believe that.:

So you need to understand that the people who are attacking “God’s plan” and the people who most hate God to begin with are largely, albeit not exclusively, the same people.

On my view, and apparently on George Zimmerman’s view, God WAS there the night that Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin and Trayvon Martin died, and God DID have a plan.  These are simply necessary theological premises for anyone who takes the Holy Bible even remotely seriously.  There are many things which happen in this world – a world tainted by the Fall described in the first chapters of Genesis – that we don’t and frankly can’t understand.  But that doesn’t make it any less true.

God is not the author of evil.  He did not “invent” evil OR good, for that matter.  God IS good; goodness is an essential quality in God that necessarily flows from His character.  But when God created free-willed beings (angels and humans), God knew that these free-willed, finite, limited beings would ultimately be corrupted and would choose (“invent”) evil out of their natures.  Neither the fall of Lucifer and a third of His angels nor the subsequent fall of Adam and Eve in the Garden took God by surprise.  There is a line from a movie: “Infinite goodness is creating a being you know in advance is going to complain.”  God knew the fall would happen; He didn’t WANT it to happen or will it to happen; but He knew THAT it would happen.  He knew that limited, finite beings would ultimately selfishly choose to reject Him and His plan.  But God had a plan that would overcome evil and bring about a greater good.  In fact, a good so great that it would overcome and outweigh all the evil that was done by His created, free-willed beings since the beginning of time.

In my own theology, the rebirth of Israel was a major component of God’s prophetic plan.  Ezekiel 37:1-14 as dried up, dead, desiccated bones that will return to life.  Which is exactly what happened in the miracle of 1948 when a nation that had been dead for centuries returned to life.  Jesus is the Son, the Word of God (John 1:1-3).  And yes, Jews have largely rejected God’s Son.  But God never turned His back on His people the Jews.  God’s hand is on the Jews, whether they like it or not.  They ARE “His people.”  In the fullness of time, according to His divine plan, God WILL return to Israel and will ultimately bring them to a point in which He “will pour out on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the Spirit of grace and of supplication, so that they will look on Me whom they have pierced; and they will mourn for Him, as one mourns for an only son, and they will weep bitterly over Him like the bitter weeping over a firstborn” (Zechariah 12:10).

Now, with that, if I say, “The Holocaust was God’s plan,” it can very easily be framed in a way that sounds utterly hateful and abhorrent.  It can easily be made to sound heartless.  It is a statement that is a “Godsend” for God-hating propagandists. 

But it was part of God’s plan, nevertheless.  God did not WANT the Holocaust to happen; God did NOT want 6 million Jews to be killed as if they were insects to be exterminated.  But God also did not want the Jewish people to forever continue to wander without a land as they had prior to 1948.  And God did not want them to continue to wallow in unbelief of the God who had called to them through Abraham, through Isaac, through Jacob – and yes, through their Messiah Jesus.

It was as a result of the Holocaust that a shamed, grieving world finally allowed the creation of a Jewish state in 1948.  Simply put, no objection could outweigh the suffering that the Jewish people had suffered; no sufficient reson could be provided that the Jews should not have a government to protect them against the next monster to come along.  And so in 1948, accompanied by miracle after miracle, the nation of Israel emerged and triumphed over an enemy that outnumbered them fifty to one who was as determined to exterminate them as Hitler had been.

And ultimately, I believe with every fiber of my being that God will be true to His word to Israel and not abandon them, but bring them into His arms and into true “shalom.”

What’s the flip side of that view?  The flip side is that the Holocaust was merely an event that had no meaning and no higher purpose.  It was just “one of those tragic things.”  God didn’t have any plan and He wasn’t involved.  God was just casually watching the earth like a cosmic fishbowl for His amusement.  There is no purpose to evil and suffering; in fact, there’s really no purpose in anything.  We might talk about “God” to comfort ourselves, but really there is nobody upstairs.   And George Zimmerman’s words, “I feel it was all God’s plan,” are incorrect simply because God isn’t the kind of being who is capable of having a plan or seeing His plan through, is He?

Elie Wiesel recounts a particularly terrible moment of his life in chapter 4 of his book Night.  In chapter 3, he’d arrived at Auschwitz.  He was told, “Do you see that chimney over there?  See it? Do you see those flames? (Yes, we did see the flames).  Over there – that’s where you’re going to be taken.  That’s your grave, over there.”  In the next chapter, Wiesel recounts how the Nazis decided to make an example of three men whom they randomly pulled out of the line of inmates and hung on a gallows.  Two of the men were older, and died quickly.  But one, whom Wiesal described as “an angel-faced pipel,” struggled grotesquely as he strangled to death on the gallows.  “Where is God now?” Wiesel heard a voice muttering behind him.  “Where is God?”  And Wiesel wrote, “And I heard a voice within me answer him: ‘Where is He? Here He is—He is hanging here on this gallows. . . .'”

Which God literally hung in death, having been executed for His people?  Re-read Zechariah 12:10 and then read the Gospel of John for that answer.

Yes, God was at Auschwitz.  God was there.  The same God that Christians know who hung and died on the cross for our sins was there in the very darkest moment of the Jews.   God grieved.  But God had a plan.

Had God decided to abandon mankind to its sins and its self-destructiveness?  There’s a story that I remember vividly.  In 1994 a South Carolina mother named Susan Smith loaded her two young children into a car and then rolled that car into a lake so that they would drown.  Why?  Because she wanted to be with a man who didn’t want a ready-made family.  And she could have other children him, right?  Sometimes we feel that God is that kind of God.  But the coming of Jesus into the world proves that He isn’t.  Our God is a God who comes to us in the darkness and in our terror.  He comes to our aid.  He rescues us.  Even in the worst and the ugliest moments.  The great biography “The Hiding Place” by Corrie Ten Boom recounts the extermination of her entire Dutch family in the death camps for having dared to help Jews.  Before she died in the Ravensbrück death camp after having been beaten by a guard, Corrie’s sister Betsie assured her, “There is no pit so deep that God’s love is not deeper still.”

And there isn’t.

No matter what happens.

It comforts me to believe – to know by faith – that God has a design, a plan, for even the terrible things that happen.

If one of my loved ones were shot and killed – whether by accident, in an act of self-defense, or in a murder – it would comfort me to believe that God had some greater purpose for allowing that death to occur.

I hope that the Martin family can get to the point in which they care capable of accepting comfort in the belief that God had some higher purpose in allowing their son to be killed.

But while I agree that tactically, given the sheer theological ignorance and the left’s clear intent to frame and blame George Zimmerman in every way imaginable, George Zimmerman’s words were probably not the wisest, I nevertheless can’t see anything wrong with what he said from the standpoint of someone who bothers to read his Bible.

As I write this, America is reeling over the latest tragedy as James Holmes perpetuated our latest mass murder in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.  People are asking, “What’s wrong with the world?”

Well, it reminds me of a true story about G.K. Chesterton.  Long ago, the London Times asked a number of different writers for essays on the topic to be published in the newspaper on exactly that topic – “What’s Wrong with the World?”  And the other writers wrote thousands of words explaining the dilemma of the world, but Chesterton’s essay was by far the shortest and by far the most to the point.  Chesterton wrote, “Dear sirs:  I am.  Sincerely yours, G.K. Chesterton.”

God could end evil today.  All He would have to do is wipe you – yes, that’s YOU – out.  Along with me.  Because of the evil that WE do.

One day, which I believe is coming soon, God WILL finally end all evil.  Until that day, I believe that God ultimately has a purpose for everything that happens in this world.  And a plan to bring ultimate good to fruition.

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11 Responses to “The Left Goes Batpoop Over George Zimmerman’s ‘God’s Plan’ Remark. My Thoughts On The Subject.”

  1. Christopher Gosnell Says:

    Another astonishing demonstration of faith was in the Amish School Shooting: It is clear that the Amish in this community understand God and his will more devoutly than most of us and in a way that liberals cannot fathom.

  2. Michael Eden Says:

    Christopher Gosnell,

    I remember that shooting. And I remember the amazing faith that the Amish showed in that town after losing most of their children to a psychopath.

    If more people started thinking in terms of “God’s plan” instead of demonizing the very concept as evil, the world would be a considerably better place.

  3. Free Market Capitalist Says:

    Today, while listening to the radio, I heard a woman, presumably a family member of one of the slain in Colorado, scream that she could never forgive Holmes and that he will burn in hell. I can understand the woman’s sentiment, as she probably has not had time to mourn or process everything. But for any family member, friend, or acquaintance of those killed to indefinitely hold hatred or unforgiveness to Holmes is a sin and not how God want’s us to behave. I understand that forgiveness often times is a process, and in this case, for those involved could understandably be a lengthy process and most will probably need God’s help in being able to extend forgiveness in this tragic case.

    In the case of Holmes, as long as he is still breathing, he like every human on the planet, has a chance to repent and seek forgiveness from Jesus Christ and receive eternal life. However, if he doesn’t, he will definitely, like all the unsaved, inherit eternal damnation in hell. Even the evil Hitler could of been granted salvation if he would of repented and turned towards God. That is a concept that most who don’t understand God will never understand. Ultimately, God commands us to forgive others and says in the Bible that He can’t forgive us if we can’t forgive others.
    I sincerely hope that those affected by the shooting – include in here Martin’s parents – are eventually able to forgive and receive healing.

    I too remember the Amish tragedy. Also, more recently there was a case where someone had accidentally fired a rifle into the air. I believe the guy was cleaning his gun when this occurred. Amazingly, the bullet had traveled a great distance striking an Amish girl, who was riding in a buggy, dead. When the guy who was cleaning the gun had heard about this, he thought the stray bullet might have been his and contacted authorities. Similar to the Amish school-house shooting, the Amish parents immediately wanted to talk to the man who accidentally fired the shot and make it clear to him that they forgave him and didn’t hold the incident against him. The man, who was not Amish, was actually quite stunned at the grace granted to him by the parents.

    The liberals can’t understand God’s truth. They can’t understand forgiveness, only punishment, vengeance, control and demonization.

    As far as God’s plan, this reminds me of a Bible verse:

    “For we know that all things work together for good to them that love God.” –Rom. 8:28

    One of the things about that verse is that it says all things.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    Free Market Capitalist,

    There is only one place that one can find that level of forgiveness: from the Man who hung on a cross – having been viciously beaten, whipped to an inch of His life and then agonizingly crucified when He had never committed so much as one sin in His life – who said of His murderers, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.”

    Even psychology accepts the truth that forgiveness heals people and that many mental and physical maladies are caused by unforgiveness.

    God doesn’t want us to forgive because forgiveness sucks and He likes to make our lives hard; He wants us to forgive others the way He forgives us and He knows that forgiveness unleases power the likes the unforgiving can never experience or understand.

  5. Pete Lowe Says:

    I have also wrestled with the question of why God allowed the Holocaust to happen, and I am grateful for your explanation — that it happened to pave the way for the birth of Israel and, as foretold after the Israeli renewal, for the Second Coming.

    Is this idea original with you? Is there established theology behind it? It’s an exciting idea — that the 6 million did not die in vain. If you could point me to essays by theologians that explain this concept in detail I would be most grateful.

  6. Michael Eden Says:

    Pete Lowe,

    Thank you for your gracious comment. It’s always a cheer to read such!

    You know, I can’t say for certain that it did NOT originate with me because I’ve held this view for so long and frankly don’t recall having read it elsewhere. At the same time, I have a hard time believing that no one thought of this before.

    I can easily tell you with established theology it flows from, however: premillennial theology, and specifically dispensationalism. Let me try to explain as concisely as I can.

    Amillennial and Postmillennial theology both (wrongly) hold that the Church “replaced” Israel. Israel and the Jews, according to these theological systems, ceased to matter or exist in God’s plan. I believe that this theology – which originated with Augustine – developed because Christians looked around, saw no Israel and saw no sign that Israel was ever coming back, and rewrote their theology to correlate with what they believed was “reality.”

    But there were ALWAYS Christians who very much believed that God was not finished with the Jews and with the Israel that HE had established. God made promises to Israel that were never fulfilled [did Israel ever truly have peace as Isaiah 26 prophecies? Did the lion ever lay down with the lamb as Isaiah 11:6 teaches will one day happen? Did the man who died at the age of a hundred years ever be regarded as someone who died prematurely as Isaiah 65:20 teaches will one day be normative?] And if God wasn’t faithful to Israel, why should Christians trust that He will be faithful to the Church???

    The non-premillennialists claim that Isaiah 65 is talking about heaven; but people don’t DIE in heaven and they certainly won’t die at the age of one hundred. This passage is referring to some state that is NOT heaven but which has not yet occurred in Israel or the world’s history.

    A major difference between “Israel” and “the Church” is that Israel was always a national, physical entity and the Church is a spiritual entity. There is no “Promised Land” for Christians; but there very much WAS and IS one for Jews. And God’s promises of blessing to Israel were also national and physical, whereas His promises to the Church were always spiritual in nature.

    The essence of premillennialism is that one day Messiah Jesus will return to earth as King of kings and Lord of lords and rule and reign in Jerusalem on the throne of David for one thousand years. Dispensationalism helps us to better understand some of the hows and the whys and provides a systematized apprach to understand the Bible in light of this theology.

    It will be during this 1,000 year rule and reign of Christ on earth that EVERY SINGLE PROMISE God ever made to Israel will be completely and literally fulfilled. God passionately loves His people the Jews and He is completely faithful to His Word.

    As a Christian, I believe in eternal security: if you were ever truly the Lord’s, He will NEVER abandon you; He will NEVER give up on you. When you accept Him as Savior and Lord, you become HIS. The most miserable people on earth are backslidden Christians because God is like the “Hound of Heaven” who will keep pursuing you and will never let you get away (John 10:25-30). I find that comforting, given my own life. Well, the same is true of God’s people Israel. He will NEVER let them go even if it takes Him 2,000 years to bring them back.

    The Holocaust was a tragic but necessary event that had to happen for Israel to be restored to their own land as the Bible clearly predicted would one day happen. Dispensationalists were predicting this event for a long time before there was any reason whatsoever to believe it would happen except for what the Bible taught.

    The Jews are back in their own land, and we Christians praise God for His faithfulness to His Word. But the Jews have yet to experience a national return to their true Messiah.

    I cited Zechariah 12:10 – “I will pour out on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the Spirit of grace and of supplication, so that they will look on Me whom they have pierced; and they will mourn for Him, as one mourns for an only son, and they will weep bitterly over Him like the bitter weeping over a firstborn.”

    When was God pierced? When did Israel reject this God who was pierced such that they will mourn and weep when they finally affirm Him? That’s Jesus!

    I’m not sure what you know about Jesus. Your words about the Second Coming and the renewal of Israel lead me to believe you are yourself a believer. But let me quickly explain: John 1:1-3 calls Him “the Word” and points out that He is God and was always WITH God, which clearly implies the Triune nature of God (the Spirit is mentioned in John 1, too). Colossians 1:15-20 agrees with John 1 and teaches that it was by Christ that all things were created. Christ is literally the force that holds this created universe together. And so when we read Genesis 1:1 we realized that Christ as God created the heavens and the earth. And in Genesis 1:27 we understand that Christ as God created man in His image. And what that means is that God created man in His own image so that one day He could assume the image of man and thus save us from our sins by living a perfect life in our place and then dying in our place on the cross.

    Ephesians chapter 1 describes the order: God the Father had a plan to glorify His Son; and His Son (the Word) carried out that plan with and through the Person of the Spirit.

    The suffering Servant of Isaiah 53 will also be the glorious King of kings and Lord of lords who will rule and reign in Jerusalem as the eternal “Son of David” (Matthew 1:1).

    One day Israel will recognize as a nation and the Jews will recognize as a people that Jesus was their promised Messiah, the stone which the builders (Israel) rejected (Matthew 21:42-43). And it will be on that day that God will complete the restoration of Israel as His cherished people and the apple of His eye.

    There is yet another terrible event coming that God will use to complete that restoration: the coming Tribulation described primarily in the books of Daniel and Revelation. This will be a 7-year period of hell on earth that will begin the day Israel signs a 7-year peace treaty with the coming Antichrist (and I believe that Israel’s increasing isolation that is going on RIGHT NOW will cause her to sign this treaty). There are two reasons for the Tribulation: 1) it will be the time when God gives secular humanists and Christ-hating regimes the chance they always demanded of being able to govern without Christians to restrain them; and 2) and most important: it will be the means by which God uses to finally and completely restore Israel to Himself.

    God is God over evil just as He is God over good. He created angels and man knowing that Lucifer and his angels would fall and knowing that man would sin. But being God He is greater than His creation and greater than the evil that His creation would do. And He is able to bring His plan to fruition in spite of and even BECAUSE of every evil. He alone knows the end from the beginning (Isaiah 46:10). And all the stuff in between!

    Ezekiel 3:7 says, “yet the house of Israel will not be willing to listen to you, since they are not willing to listen to Me. Surely the whole house of Israel is stubborn and obstinate.” God will do whatever it takes to bring back His people Israel, no matter how stubborn they are. I’m glad He loves stubborn people, or He surely wouldn’t love me!

    One day Jews will rejoice in their Messiah and praise God for every terrible thing that happened in order to lead them back to their Messiah.

    Thanks for your question. I hope I answered it.

    By the way, I did a couple of quick searches in writing this comment, and came upon this very interesting work called “The Israel of God” by Tony Warren. I plan to read it now.

  7. shadowandshades Says:

    You need to put your ego back in your pocket. This is insulting rubbish.

  8. Michael Eden Says:


    You need to put your brain back in your head. Your mindless, idiotic opinions – with absolutely nothing to back them up and not even an assertion as to what is wrong with my reasoning – is what is “insulting rubbish.”

    Now get lost. I ban drive-by commenters who offer insult without bothering to offer any kind of reasons for their insults.

  9. shadowandshades Says:

    My brain and spirit are well with me.

    George Zimmerman’s new theory! It was God’s plan. You were the targeted audience for sympathy and donations, and it was a smashing hit with you conservative christians. It must make it true, George said so!

    Besides the fact that you have exemplified above that you are a racist whose God doesn’t love all people, believes that it was God’s plan that George kill Trayvon otherwise he would not be here today to tell his story of how he pursued and scared a kid to death for no reason whatsoever and deservedly got punched in the nose.

    This was not self-defense and I’m not basing that on the left-wing media but forensic evidence.

    I could write a book on the inconsistencies of George Zimmerman using words uttered out of his mouth.

    But, let’s get back to God’s plan. You do understand that George’s depravity of mind shines through when he says with an emotionless stare to Hannity that he doesn’t regret getting out of car or any of it. He would do it all again. That is murder, my friend. That is not God’s plan. His attorney appeared as a deer looking into headlights. He has had plenty of time to digest the fact that Trayvon was a kid who was not a criminal and was not committing any criminal act and he killed him. Any regrets? Nope. Still God’s plan?

    But wait! He doesn’t know when to shut his pie-hole, he even told Hannity he forgot he had his gun. Wow, now that is some funny shit! Yet, in the span of the interview, damn if he doesn’t contradict himself once again! He tells the nation that he carries it with him everywhere but to work.

    I think God wants to be left out of George’s plan of scheming his audience of more money!

    It is amazing how quickly people like you forget the commandments. I guess, thou shall not kill does not apply to black teenagers and Muslims. And forgiveness? Would you forgive a man who says he is sorry he killed your son but would do it all over again in the same breath. Don’t be stupid!

    I will say this Trayvon’s parents have dealt with their pain with great grace and I don’t believe they hold malice in their heart like you have in your blog here.

    So again, what you spew in defense of George and God’s plan is absolute rubbish…deal with it. God isn’t a racist, you are.

    He has proven the prosecutions case of a depraved mind, and they are as thrilled with his interview as am I.

    One more disclaimer, if by some chance of you praying to your God and George goes free, I do believe it will be worse for him if he does not do his penance here on earth, than wait until after he is gone.

  10. Michael Eden Says:


    Your brain and your spirit are diseased, as your words document.

    You called me a racist, but being a sick, twisted soul, you don’t bother to even try to explain why you utter such hate. You demonstrate that you are the kind of person who hates without reason or cause.

    But that isn’t as far as you go with your diseased lies: you tell me that “I have exemplified that I am a racist whose God doesn’t love all people.” And where except in your diseased brain that should be in your head but isn’t do you have any evidence for me stating that “my God doesn’t love all people”?

    Nor do you ever attempt in any way, shape or form to ever bother to even TRY to refute my argument. You merely waste my time.

    For all of your criticism of me, calling me a racist (at least twice), calling my God hateful, accusing me of “holding malice in my heart,” you are yet another example of someone who is so defined by hypocrisy that you can’t help but do the very thing you accuse me of even as you accuse me of doing it.

    Two things, just for the record:

    1) The Sixth Commandment only has any meaning if the first five are valued. Jesus made this very clear when He gave two commandments: “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one.Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” Mark 12:29-31

    In hating my God, you are already a hater and there is no hope for you. If you don’t love God, you are not capable of loving yourself and you sure aren’t capable of loving others.

    2) The Sixth Commmandment, “Thou shalt not kill,” has been rightly understood by everyone possessing even the remotest of intelligence as “Thou shalt not MURDER.” It is translated “You shall not murder” in literal word-for-word translations such as the New American Standard. There is no place in Scripture where killing in an act of self-defense is condemned. Trayvon Martin had broken George Zimmerman’s nose and lacerated his skull before Zimmerman fired, which makes it ridiculous to call what he did “murder.” You are flat-out wrong.

    But let’s talk about YOU and YOUR support of murder. The same Bible you think yourself so expert in understanding overwhelmingly teaches that unborn children are innocent human beings. You are responsible for the MURDER of 54 MILLION innocent babies by abortion – which you don’t talk about but there’s very little doubt you support. You are literally 54 MILLION times more guilty of me for endorsing “murder.”

    You say you could “write a book on the inconsistencies of George Zimmerman using words uttered out of his mouth.” I’ll help you get started so you can write it and maybe actually have reasons to offer rather than a bunch of lame assertions: I’ll block you so you won’t have to blather your idiot nonsense here any more.

  11. V.E.G. Says:

    There is worst shooting than Holmes: Adam Peter Lanza. He killed 27 people before blew his brains out. It is too late for Adam to receive God’s forgiveness.

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