By Sicebise Msengana
The same place he was when he drowned millions of men, women and children with a globe flood in Noah's days. The same place he was when he punished the entire human race because of the actions of two sinful individuals -- Adam and Eve.
The same place he was when his "only begotten son" was crucified. The same place he was when Satan rebelled against him and decided to send him to Earth to tempt his human creation.
The same place he was when the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami killed more than 280 000 innocent people. The same place he was when the planes flew to the Twin Towers and killed more than 3000 Americans. The same place he was when Obama dropped drones on Libya and slaughtered hundreds of Africans.
The same place he was when Hitler and his eunuchs killed more than 8 million people in concentration camps, death squads and the WW II. The same place he was when Joseph Stalin murdered 20 million Russians. The same place he was when Dutch Boers with the help of the West created apartheid, the greatest concentration camp ever known to humankind. And so on.
I think there are 3 possible options:
1. God doesn't exist. 2. God is all-loving and all-good, but he is powerless to prevent bad things from happening. 3. God is all-powerful and he is omnivolent ( very evil). He allows bad things to happen because he is evil.
Consequently, God is an abstract concept. God doesn't fight for humans. Continental Africans and Africans in the diaspora need to create sophisticated weaponry to protect themselves against Whites, Arabs and Asians, build businesses to employ themselves and feed their children and stop relying on abstract concepts to save them. Africans must save themselves!!!
Where Was God During Slavery
Posted by Sicebise Msengana
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