19 December 2012

Liberia: Our Condolence to American People


Last Friday, December 14, 2012, citizens and residents of the United States of America, particularly Newtown, Connecticut, were greeted with news of mass killings of 20 school children and six adults.

The mass killer who later committed suicide was said to have entered the school's campus and opened fire on students and staff.

The Actual Cause of the killer's action remains unknown as the United States Government conducts investigation into the incident. We believe that the murder of innocent school kids and their instructors was the work of an evil doer who does not have respect for human existence and dignity.

As You Go through this period of bereavement, we encourage you to soberly reflect on the law controlling arms for citizens and residents. While it is important for citizens and residents to carry arms as provided for by an Act of Congress, we believe that such law should have precondition; that is, gun-toting individuals should keep their arms at home for personal protection.

As We Share our sorrow with the Government and People of the United States of America, we call on all God fearing people and those who respect human dignity to join the United States in prayers for the untimely death of 26 people.

We Love Them; but God loves them best and may the souls of those innocent students and instructors rest in peace and light perpetual shine upon them.

We Pray That God will plead the cause of the United States and fight against those who killed the innocent American children and adults in cold blood. Our condolence to the United States for the cold blooded murder of 26 citizens who would have been the country's next generation of leaders. Take heart and courage as God is always on his throne to intercede for his servants.

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