In every walk of life,we see people,who share responsibly their paranormal experiences.We see this every day,but we also see so much undisputed on line fighting their is, that people get tired of all the said fighting,bickering and drama.If backstabbing was a paranormal phenomena? their would sure be a lot more of it.
With on line social media these days and truly nobody to police it, many aspects of personal attacks outright social media assaults have been seen running rampant.There is virtually no way to stop it other then not be on social media,so it does seem if your being targeted, their is little or no hope to stop it other then fight back.
The Paranormal Herald has been a target of this social abuse,mostly generated by those,who have committed some type of social injustice or alleged fraud.
Let’s get to the title: Paranormal amphitheater of misguides souls.The below topic is a topic showing just hoe evil and misguided some can be,such as children being burned as witches to this very day in Africa
Where has all the humanity gone!
Some people are simply just evil vindictive hate filled social mongers.Some may ask where has humanity gone?
Witchcraft allegations against children in Africa have received increasing international attention in the first decade of the 21st century.
“In too many settings, being classified as a witch is tantamount to receiving a death sentence.”
The phenomenon of witch-hunts in Sub-Saharan Africa is ancient, but the problem is reportedly “on the rise”, due to “urbanization, poverty, conflict and fragmenting communities”.
I just watched a video of humanity going haywire.
It was on people in Africa that have been convinced by missionaries that Satan has possessed young children there.
They’re regularly tortured, beaten and killed for being witches. Or if they want to keep their possessed child alive, they can take the children to one of the local “witch expert Bishops,” and they can pay to have the spell removed.
This one “Bishop” in the film talked about how he’s killed 110 people that were witches, and that he estimates that the number of witches and wizards in his area to be exactly 2.3 million. He’s a dead eyed, evil looking motherfucker dressed in a wacky outfit that looks like something Michael Jackson would wear in a music video, and grown adults in his area take him very seriously.
He does these retarded ceremonies on these children, and charges the poor parents what amounts to a year’s income for the service. If they can’t pay him, he holds the children captive until they can. How totally Jesus-like.
The video is absolutely stomach wrenching. Many of these children are horribly scarred from their own parents who have tried to kill them for being possessed. One of the girls was burned with acid and buried alive by her mother.
It’s a fucking human catastrophe, and I don’t remember ever hearing a peep about it in the evening news.
We’re all over here worried about the economy, and keeping up our precious lifestyles, and meanwhile there are thousands and thousands of innocent children in Africa that are being labeled as possessed and tortured. It’s fucking completely crazy, and the lack of focus on it is really disturbing.
The lack of attention on this shit just seems really odd to me, and I can’t help but think that if this was taking place on such a large scale in another, predominantly white country like Finland for example – I think it would be a much more talked about story. For whatever reason we as human beings are ok with fucked up shit happening to people that we don’t know who already live in a fucked up place, but when it happens to people that we don’t know who live in a nice place we get very upset.
If there were thousands of people being beaten and killed in Sweden or England for being witches it would be all over the news, but since it takes place in Africa it’s just in a video that someone linked on a messageboard on the internet.
It’s weird how some things freak us out and other things we’re really casual about.
I had a conversation with some friends the other day about the escalating violence in Mexico. One of them had absolutely no idea what was going on over there, and was completely unaware that the drug wars over there have gotten so bad that 5,000 troops have been deployed to Juarez to attempt to control the area.
My friend is just a regular dude that’s busy with work and his family, and he hadn’t heard about the problems. He’s not ignorant, he’s just busy, and he had no idea that thousands of people have been murdered over there in the last few years, and that they estimate the size of the army of heavily armed drug dealers to be over 100,000 strong and growing.
Now, if that was happening in Houston, it would be serious, front-page news, and I’m sure my friend would have been aware of it, but because it’s taking place in Mexico the story is significantly less popular than the latest video of Brittney Spears’ pussy hanging out.
Mercy was accused of witchcraft, beaten, and abandoned by those she trusted.
Sadly, Mercy’s mother passed away, and her father turned his back on her, leaving Mercy to live with her uncle and his daughter. Mercy found her new home cramped and stuffy, preferring instead to regularly explore outside. This behaviour was deemed suspicious, and accusations of witchcraft soon followed. Suspicions that Mercy was a witch were confirmed by a local pastor, and she was thrown out onto the streets to fend for herself.
Mercy sought sanctuary at a local care home, but even there she was subjected to further abuse and bullying when she retold her story. Alone again, she was eventually found sheltering in a stadium by a kind passerby, who informed Safe Child Africa’s local partner.
Thankfully, Mercy is now living with a trusted guardian, and is surrounded by friends in her new school. We’ve also reported her case to the police, in an attempt to bring those responsible for her mistreatment to justice. We met with Mercy and her guardians in September and had a great time celebrating another outreach centre’s 7th birthday.
We will continue to support Mercy as she grows up, and aspire to help many other children in her position in the years to come.