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Smart move by the Indians. This guy was clearly as stupid as that Grizzly Man idiot and deserved to die for trying to peddle that Jesus bullshit. 

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If you enter another people's land uninvited and attempt to change their culture, you deserve the rope.

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5 hours ago, magisme said:

If you enter another people's land uninvited and attempt to change their culture, you deserve the rope.

Downtard is from where again? 

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5 hours ago, magisme said:

If you enter another people's land uninvited and attempt to change their culture, you deserve the rope.

He was killed on the 3rd time coming back. They had attacked him the previous 2 times as well.

This guy was a retard.

Edited by AxlisOld

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2 hours ago, bring back izzy said:

Apparently Fundamentalist Christian groups are wanting murder charges.

Under what legal system? :lol:

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On 11/24/2018 at 10:57 AM, magisme said:
On 11/24/2018 at 8:33 AM, bring back izzy said:

Apparently Fundamentalist Christian groups are wanting murder charges. 

 

 

Under what legal system? :lol:

Funny you should ask that.

 

 

But International Christian Concern, a nonprofit that aims to draw attention toward Christians suffering throughout the world, wants the locals to be charged with murder.  A spokesperson for International Christian Concern said: “We here at International Christian Concern are extremely concerned by the reports of an American missionary being murdered in India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to both John’s family and friends. A full investigation must be launched in this this murder and those responsible must be brought to justice.”

 

Not only does this group call what happened “murder,” ignoring the fact that they aren’t bound by our laws and were acting out of self-defense, but they go even further by suggesting they can be tried in our courts. These remote villagers have had no contact with the outside world, and it is illegal to travel there because it’s dangerous for visitors and residents.

 

In its own press release, International Christian Concern actually tied this incident to reported discrimination against Christians throughout the country of India:

"This murder comes at a time when Indian Christians report ever escalating levels of persecution across the country…

India has a history of attacks on foreign Christian missionaries..."

Edited by bring back izzy

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