Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
After hearing the news about the St.Petersburg Metro explosion, I was silent. But I’m praying for Russia.
There’s this constant fear of being treated as an outcast for being sympathetic to Russia, especially in this highly charged russophobic and politicized atmosphere. There’s now a new FBI department investigating Russian tampering in the US elections, and what that says to me is that this investigation will be targetting bloggers, tweeters, and journalists.
It is an attempt to force people into self submission and self policing, due to the logistical nightmare of investigating 50 million Trump voters. It is an attempt to eliminate direct competition to the deepstate narrative.
But changing people’s hearts is impossible, because we know as well as they know, that the people of Russia are the same people just like us. They hurt, we hurt. They get attacked by international terrorism, we get attacked by international terrorism.
Remember Bataclan? The Pulse Nightclub? San Bernardino? Stephen Sotloff? James Foley?
The people of St.Petersburg are just like us. We are no different.
I’m praying for Russia, and I’m praying that the US and Russia can work out their differences so they can more effectively combat international terrorism.
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