This does not make me angry so much as very sad. These children, through no fault of their own, came out of a womb in to a country built upon a belief that a God had designated a piece of land to them. Not just that but that same God had allowed another group to live there for thousands of years until some white Northern Europeans came along and re designated the land back. Alongside this another group of Northern Europeans had enacted murder and barbarity upon the ancestors of said children.

Now call me Mr Picky but it may appear that the relationship they have with their God may not be the most healthy.

And given this unhealthy relationship it may well explain this:

Why would anyone want this to continue? How are these children receiving a healthy experience?

If my children turned out like this I would have to reconsider my faith because whatever rewards I may hope for, along the line, do not look promising.

Douglas James


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