If there is a hell – and there isn’t – then these people are already in hell, right here and now.
If your children died and you have to face such idiots, do not allow yourself to get insulted by them, because that is exactly what they want.
“Always forgive your enemies – nothing annoys them so much.”
– Oscar Wilde
And then stop seeing them as enemies, but as the ignorant and divine fools that they are.
And then you should tell other parents to get their ‘children’ out of the army if they can, because this is the mindset of the elite puppets that they are fighting for:
(Soldiers are) dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy.
(as quoted in Woodward and Bernstein’s “The Final Days”, ch. 14)
– Henry Kissinger
Yes, even Henry (Heinz) Kissinger is only an elite puppet.
And knowing the truth, that your children are seen as cannon fodder by the elitists and died fighting in illegal wars, is even more painful then to face some ignorant fools:
Your children died for the money, power and control agenda of elite criminals and that is extremely painful.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a grieving father’s pain over mocking protests at his Marine son’s funeral must yield to First Amendment protections for free speech. All but one justice sided with a fundamentalist church that has stirred outrage with raucous demonstrations contending God is punishing the military for the nation’s tolerance of homosexuality.
The 8-1 decision in favor of the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., was the latest in a line of court rulings that, as Chief Justice John Roberts said in his opinion for the court, protects “even hurtful speech on public issues to ensure that we do not stifle public debate.”
The decision ended a lawsuit by Albert Snyder, who sued church members for the emotional pain they caused by showing up at his son Matthew’s funeral. As they have at hundreds of other funerals, the Westboro members held signs with provocative messages, including “Thank God for dead soldiers,” `’You’re Going to Hell,” `’God Hates the USA/Thank God for 9/11,” and one that combined the U.S. Marine Corps motto, Semper Fi, with a slur against gay men.
Justice Samuel Alito, the lone dissenter, said Snyder wanted only to “bury his son in peace.” Instead, Alito said, the protesters “brutally attacked” Matthew Snyder to attract public attention. “Our profound national commitment to free and open debate is not a license for the vicious verbal assault that occurred in this case,” he said.
The ruling, though, was in line with many earlier court decisions that said the First Amendment exists to protect robust debate on public issues and free expression, no matter how distasteful. A year ago, the justices struck down a federal ban on videos that show graphic violence against animals. In 1988, the court unanimously overturned a verdict for the Rev. Jerry Falwell in his libel lawsuit against Hustler magazine founder Larry Flynt over a raunchy parody ad.