absolute bollocks



I am not sure  about  everyone  else  but  ...people  just 

love being miserable toosers ....they love crying at any 

tragedy  or  devastation ....i call  them  coffin  jumpers

they love all things  bad  a death ....buying  fucking 

bears and balloons and shit  for dead  people and crying 

at paces ....like when a pop star dies ....they mull around 

places and  hang around and  cry  for somone they never

met .....fucking fools .......the dead are dead .....you  know

people  make   too much of the  dead  shit ....filling them 

with chemicals and putting make up on them and then 

putting them in  expensive  boxes .....celebrate life  you 

morbid turds all the crying  is not  going  to bring them 

back for  sure ....life is   living dead  people  ....well they 

don't give a  fuck  ...well becasue they are dead ..simple

the reason people go to funerals is  guilt and  pressure 

and then they talk shit and  lies ....none of us are perfect 

but at funerals they all talk like the fucker is ghandi ..we 

all have our shadows  but at  funerals people lie  like 

parents  lie to their  kids .....its enough  to make you sick 

spend you time and money not on bears ...balloons  and  
flowers on dead  fuckers .......maybe  say on child hunger

ooops !!!!!....that would be  selfish of me to suggest that 

still  dying ios  big business  ....and poeple  love to get 

fucked over  and why not in  death ....grief is a great way

to take advantage of a human being.....after all  burying 

dead people is  very very  profitable business.......

Thousands attend New Zealand vigil to honor 50 mosque dead

NICK PERRY



CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) — Thousands of people gathered in the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Sunday to listen to prayers, songs and speeches at a vigil to remember the 50 people killed in a terrorist attack on two mosques.
One of those watching from a wheelchair was 21-year-old Mustafa Boztas, who was shot in the leg and liver during the March 15 attack at the Al Noor mosque.
"It's beautiful to see what the community has put together to show they care about us, and to show that we are all one," Boztas said.
He said he was recovering well and hoped to be walking normally soon.
Officials estimate up to 40,000 people attended the event on a sunny evening at Hagley Park. It was held on a stage that had been set up for a concert by Canadian singer Bryan Adams that was cancelled after the attacks.
The names of each of the 50 people killed were read out.
Okirano Tilaia, the head boy at Cashmere High School, which lost two students in the attack, cited Martin Luther King Jr. in his speech, saying he conquered people with love, peace and solidarity.
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can," Tilaia said. "And hatred cannot drive out hatred. Only love can."
New Zealand has been holding a series of memorials since the attacks. On Friday, people across the nation observed the Muslim call to prayer one week after the attacks. Next Friday, a national remembrance is scheduled.
Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, has been charged with murder in the attacks and is scheduled to make his next court appearance on April 5.

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