Wednesday, December 19, 2012

There is evil in the world. Stop arguing.

I have seen true goodness in folks, I'm sure you have too.
But people who want to say there is not evil, only "bad choices" or other such drivel, need to get out more.

Here are three out of 10,000 instances you can find in the news this week.

Don't read these! Instead find beauty and lovely things to think on...

1. Story HERE  excerpt:

"...The woman, a physiotherapy student, was last night fighting for her life in hospital. She ...and a male friend were attacked by a group of drunk men on a largely empty bus.

Police say six men attacked the couple and took turns to rape the woman as the bus toured the city's streets on Sunday. Tinted windows and curtains kept them hidden and prolonged the woman's suffering as the rapists attacked her and her friend with an iron bar before throwing them out of the bus unconscious on a city flyover.

Television news channels quoted police sources saying the perpetrators had abused the woman for being out at night with a man and said they would "teach her a lesson." Her condition was described as critical amid reports that she is on a ventilator and that her intestines were so severely ruptured surgeons had removed them to prevent gangrene..."

2. How can one bring oneself to hurt an animal?!

Story HERE  excerpt:
"..."We were a little shocked by the accounts that are being shared," Martin Cobb, spokesman for the Beta Theta Pi national organization, told the Lawrence Journal-World.
Witnesses at the fraternity house at 1425 Tennessee St. told The Star they saw several fraternity brothers kick in a cage holding the turkey. The turkey was rented for the evening and was not scheduled to be slaughtered.The party was a catered affair with turkey on the menu. Just not this one.When the men broke the cage, the turkey fled and raced through the dance crowd of about 150 people. It was allegedly chased, thrown like a football and choked by the neck. When the turkey’s wing snapped, and then its leg, the animal began screaming, witnesses said. A drummer playing in the band jumped off the stage and begged the college students to let her have the bird. “They told me it was none of my business,” said Lisa McKenzie, whose blues band, Grand Marquis, was hired to play at the fraternity’s formal dinner party. The group had played at the traditional party, which some called “the turkey pull,” for several years. McKenzie said the brutality nauseated her and the other band members. They ended their gig before the last set and called police. McKenzie’s voice shook as she described it as “a horrible thing to see, especially on a day when so much violence hurt our country,” referring to the deadly school shootings in Newtown, Conn. Boydston said the turkey was running for its life. “It turned into a blood lust,” he said. “We saw a mob mentality....” 3. Grotesque violation of a person's body by those in "authority: beyond disgusting and vile.Story HERE The blog has mostly beocme seetness and light.This reminder has been brought to you by evil.


  1. Update: the Indian woman has died. Will post update on this sickening event tomorrow.