The calm at the center of a pearl

May 17, 2008

I don’t want to give them the publicity — but then…

Filed under: Uncategorized — kyraninse @ 2:30 am

I’m not that widely read and so I’m not going to give them THAT much more publicity.

These people make my blood boil. In response to the earthquake in China:


Just a day after admitting to the world of it’s police force shooting protesters in Tibet, China is hit by an earthquake measuring 7.4 on the richter scale. Im sure this is not what we would have wanted to have seen happen, but this is how Karma works upon nations. And as much as continued violence and unrest in Tibet is going to be bad for the people of Tibet, it will also have consequences on the people of China. I doubt this blog is allowed in China, especially in our supporting the Tibetan people but I only hope the people rise to this awareness of their own accords, and make a stand and stop the Goverment inflicting any more in justice.[Via Sky News TV]

Titled “Near Instant Karma hits China in response to Tibet violence” by Andreas.

I registered on their site just to respond to that, and am posting my response in case they delete/don’t allow it.


For people who purportedly are trying to educate the indigos — people who supposedly “exhibit an innate sense of discerning quite easily between right and wrong”…

I can’t believe you just posted something so tasteless and WRONG as the above post.

At LEAST 20,000 people are dead and 100,000 have been buried alive — and you can find it within you to say that it is karma?

Justice? Justice is the death of that many people, the destruction of countless families and homes…?

You have lost any and all credibility that you might have had.

Jesus, Mary, and Allah — what kind of FUCKTARD are you? And this from people who supposedly are the key people of today — GOD I hope not!

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1 Comment »

  1. I’m sure all those people currently buried under rubble were personally responsible for the shootings in Tibet. Each and every one of them. They were probably all responsible for the oppression since the 1960s – it’s not like any other hurts were being dealt out to the Chinese people by their government back then, is it?

    Comment by Thene — May 17, 2008 @ 2:29 pm


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