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Blame Game no one wins!

Reader comment on item: In Europe, Remorse Has Turned to Masochism
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Submitted by Sandra Johnson (United States), May 27, 2010 at 15:30

Lets start a new paradigm, call it accountability. we can blame others when we have no ability or responsibility to creat a different outcome.

Iam an American , My country is not perfect,but I am free I am free to say that. Why do you run from your oppressors to my country ,and try to bring that same ridiculous philosophy to my land you have no right to do that.You have not held your leaders accountable rich sheiks with great wealth lived in luxury while people starved and would dare cut off the hand of a young man who stole bread because he was hungry.

The God who Love and loves me requires I be kind to the poor,and stranger, that hospitality is a mitzvot (commandment) . I am required to seek peace and pursue it.(Torah) He also says woe to him who call evil good and good evil. (Torah)

My God , the God of Abraham is a God of Justice and Compassion, he has still not destroyed all

people on earth because there is noone without faults. You see when you judge others you are judged

by the same measure you use to judge (Torah)


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