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Thoughts and prayers for the people in France right now. ‪#‎PrayForParis‬ #MerciMerkel #JeSuisParisienne

16 comments

  1. News flash: Prayers don't work. I hate how this stupid #prayforparis hashtag is trending everywhere. Does praying and "standing in solidarity" make any difference? It's just a bunch of lazy ppl who wanna pretend they care without any real action.

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    1. On top of that, none of these people even realize that their retarded beliefs are the same ones the terrorists share, and the same ones that got the people in Paris killed.

      #PrayToAllahFor72VirginsInTheAfterlifeAsARewardForBlowingUpWhitePeople

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    2. ^ damn you got me guess I'll have to convert

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  2. People's positive energy can have a net positive impact on the world - praying is not inaction. What's your suggestion? Either everyone should take "real action" (whatever you mean by that - you think people are all going to book a flight to Paris to lend a hand) or just pretend nothing happened?

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    1. This was suppose to be a reply to 1.

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    2. At the end of the day no one is going to take "real action" anyways, unless they are already in Paris and able to help the survivors and grieving families. Why bother lighting buildings up blue white and red, having candlelight vigils, and posting #prayforparis all over social media? It's nothing but a waste of resources and time. What exactly is "positive energy"? Also, do you legitimately believe that prayers will make a difference? You must be a religious lunatic.

      OP's post is just attention seeking rhetoric that makes absolutely no difference whatsoever. Hence the number of stars people have given it.

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  3. Hope for the best for the vicims and their families. That shit cray.

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  4. >#MerciMerkel
    lmao

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  5. i agree with #1. what are your prayers going to do? Half the people with filtered display pictures and prayforparis hashtags probably can't even locate paris on a map let alone are really doing anything about the paris tragedy

    However, both of these are worth a read:

    http://www.elephantjournal.com/2015/11/why-im-not-turning-my-facebook-photo-blue-white-red/

    https://www.instagram.com/p/-D84_hhv-M/

    These tragedies are happening all over the world and there are many "tragedies" that are on going. On the same day as the paris attack, japan had a 7.0 magnitude earthquake where 18000 people dead/missing, china had a mudslide with 100 something people injured, terrorist attack in Lebanon hours before what happened in paris and lots more. if we're really going to go on about the tragedy happening in paris we should have hashtags for #prayfor.. .paris, china, japan, lebanon, etc

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    1. elephant journal... are you by any chance a yogi??? :D

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    2. The 18000 casualty number is for the 2011 earthquake. No casualties from the Friday quake. Sheesh.

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    3. Think we would've known if 18k Japs died in a day.
      My Saturday anime would've been cancelled.
      Then we'd have a problem.
      5b is right, that figure is from the Fukashimi Dayichi(?) meltdown way back when

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  6. Ironic that you mentioned "praying", that would encourage further religious war.

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    1. I am totally in favor of a radical program that would obliterate all trace of religion from society, similarly to what China and the USSR tried to do. Demolish churches, mosques and temples, arrest priests and imams, confiscate the clergy's wealth, atheist education in school, etc.
      This is what the world needs nowadays.

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    2. Too much "freedom of religion", "freedom of thought", "freedom of speech" has created the mess that is today's society. Some memes need to be eradicated. Democratic societies need to be cleaned up periodically by the iron fist of a courageous fascist leader.

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