The family of Westminster terror attack victim Kurt Cochran refused to condemn the killer today, saying: “We harbour no ill will towards him.”
His last day was to be spent sight-seeing in London following a visit to Mrs Cochran’s parents Dimmon and Sandra Payne who are UK-based missionaries for the Church of Latter Day Saints.
Someone hurt my own, hell would freeze over before I stopped hating them and trying to exact retribution.
With that statement you’ll probably be thinking I’m no Christian.
Probably true, and I’m pretty certain I’ll either go to hell or Valhalla if I die in combat.
Valhalla, a pagan belief, to drink with past friends in the great hall of Odin.
Having said that I’m a follower of the old testament in its rawest sense i.e.
An eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.
And my own little addition,
If you kill or hurt my own or my friend,
I’ll do the same to yours.
Rightly or wrongly I see this harbouring no ill will as part of the problem.
It’s comments like that politicians love too. Why?
Because they can do nothing saying it “respects the wishes of the family”.
What they actually mean is “We get out of making difficult decisions which may upset a few of the more vocal idiots in the world and it costs us nothing”.