I am both impressed with, and respect, your compassionate and humane sentiments.I hope he finds through death the wisdom and compassion that he couldn't find through life.
I hope someone bombs it and kills that entire " church ".I hope no one shows up at all.
Could be, Church's in America are huge for profit tax free havens.I wonder if Fred was ex-communicated for some sort of tax or legal reasons in preparation for his death.
Honestly, I hope someone either bombs their " compound " or the funeral. And kills all of those useless human beings, they deserve to be killed.Eventually I hope that this church fizzles out although there will always be "excuses" for hate. That said I don't think his death will affect the church one way or another.
I can understand and appreciate your visceral response, but history has shown that violence and retribution are always contra-indicated. What did Timothy McVeigh accomplish? Or James Earl Ray? Fanya Kaplin? Marcus Brutus?Honestly, I hope someone either bombs their " compound " or the funeral. And kills all of those useless human beings, they deserve to be killed.
Well but I suppose the truly Christian thing to do would be to permit his burial in a Christian cemetery. The problem for the cemetery's management could be that people who hated how he behaved might act out and be as hateful as he was, for instance by desescrating the gravesite or holding noisy protests, thereby disturbing other visitors to the cemetery.I hope no Christian cemetery will have him.