DENIAL OF EVIL CAUSES MURDER

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The experts rushed to be in front of the TV cameras this week to give their opinion on what or who was to blame for the Charleston massacre.

Many shoes were thrown at televisions this week as these experts blamed medication, lack of medication, racism, gridlock in D.C., guns and more for the Charleston deaths. The experts missed the real cause.

Consider what the friend of the killer in the Charleston shooting said to a New York Times reporter.

“He was big into segregation and other stuff,” Dalton Tyler said. “He said he wanted to start a civil war. He said he was going to do something like that and then kill himself.”

“I was just like, ‘You’re stupid,’” Tyler said. “He was a racist; but I don’t judge people.”

Young people today are taught not to judge. They are taught that good and evil are relative terms, and that one person cannot look at another and determine that they are evil, or that they are planning an evil act.

That politically correct denial of evil allowed the shooter to go forward with his plan.
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