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Where is the Outrage?

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By then, any outrage would be too late.

The last part of the famous quotation from Martin Niemöller comes to mind:

“Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out – because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me – and there was no one left to speak for me.”

 

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8 Responses to “Where is the Outrage?”

  1. David Ring says:

    I’m outraged at all governments involved, including my own who funds this murder and devastation. Does either governing body really speak for the people? Please!

  2. David Ring says:

    I’m outraged at all governments involved, including my own who funds this murder and devastation. Does either governing body really speak for the people? Please!

  3. David Ring says:

    I’m outraged at all governments involved, including my own who funds this murder and devastation. Does either governing body really speak for the people? Please!

  4. they afraid to be bomb by rockets.

  5. they afraid to be bomb by rockets.

  6. Red Stag says:

    Just tried to look at this link and it says page no longer there ?

  7. So right So where is the outrage against Hamas

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Where is the outrage against Hamas ..?

Their high point was crossing the Erie Canal bridge, a marker that proved to them that they were going in the right direction.

They did it old school too, by avoiding the use of GPS technology to find their way.

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