“Like the Japanese soldiers who didn’t know the war was over”

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11 Responses to “Like the Japanese soldiers who didn’t know the war was over”

  1. NFA says:

    There are no words.

  2. C.L. says:

    Helen Joyce – quoted by van Maren – nails it, IMO.

  3. NFA says:

    Nah… lets cut off ‘aid’ to any country that disbelieves.

    What Russia… go kill them you good Ukraine country (who will believe anything you pay them to believe).

    What say you alf/nix?

  4. Petros says:

    They can’t handle the guilt, hence the denial.

  5. Buccaneer says:

    The arrogance of ‘medical professionals’ in these instances has led them to believe they are more enlightened than nature

  6. Roger W says:

    Except we shouldn’t tiptoe around this. If you know parents like this, they should be confronted with the horror they are or have perpetrated on a daily basis.

  7. Eyrie says:

    As Kurt Schlichter says in his last Kelly Turnbull novel, the mutilated will eventually seek revenge.

  8. Fat Tony says:

    They can’t handle the guilt, hence the denial.

    Sounds like the vaxx-injured…

  9. Christine says:

    Once people avoided going under the knife; then cosmetic surgery boomed.
    Famous elderly male persons have facelifts. Looking weird is better than looking old.

    Most of the parents of the mutilated are attention-seeking copycats.
    The surgeons are monsters.

  10. RacerX says:

    Most of the parents of the mutilated are attention-seeking copycats.
    The surgeons are monsters.

    Fact checked: True

  11. Franx says:

    It could be that while the parents are guilt-compelled to keep the ‘bloody movement going’, their suffering children might come to respond differently.

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