Mass Killing at Sikh Temple, USA

8 08 2012

A distraught women is helped to a car outside of the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin August 5, 2012. A shooting during Sunday services at the temple left at least seven people dead, including a gunman, and at least three critically wounded, police and hospital officials said. REUTERS/Tom Lynn

On Sunday, August 4, 2012 there was another mass shooting in the United States.

The shooter, Wade Micheal Page was shot dead by the police.

The tragedy happened at a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, south of Milwaukee.

6 people were killed in the incident and four others were injured.

It was reported that this happened because the shooter is a white supremacists.

Page played guitar and sang for white power bands like End Apathy and Definite Hate.

He sang about getting rid of the enemies of the white race and through his Internet postings, he told others to do the same.

Violence and hate is part of the culture of ‘white power music’ and these people hate the coloured and the black people.

Because of human rights and freedom, ‘white power music’ that spread violence and hate is allowed.

So, too much freedom and human rights are not always good.

And this is why we must not watch or listen to anything that has violence because we may get influence to do bad things.

On Friday July 20, 2012, a man killed 12 people and injured 59 others during the ’Batman – The Dark Knight Rises’ premiere at a mall in Aurora, Colorado.

I guess the United States should not let people buy gun freely. 

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Heavy Monsoon Rains Submerged Manila

8 08 2012

Rescuers evacuate some residents while others return to their submerged houses in Marikina City Metro Manila August 8, 2012. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo

11 straight days of southwest monsoon rains had flooded Manila and nearby provinces.

Motorists and passengers are trapped in the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) as heavy rains continue in Valenzuela City, Metro Manila August 7, 2012. Deadly torrential rains submerged much of the Philippine capital and surrounding areas on Tuesday, forcing nearly 270,000 people to flee their homes with more flooding expected in the north of the country as a tropical storm passes through the region, officials said. REUTERS/Stringer

So far, at least 64 people were killed by the flood and landslides and  850,000 people were displaced.

Half of Manila was sank by floods as high as three meters.

This is a disaster!

Rescuers help residents wade through a flooded road in Marikina, Metro Manila August 7, 2012.  REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Filipino rescuers dig for survivors where four homes collapsed in a landslide incident in Quezon City, north of Manila, Philippines, on Tuesday Aug. 7, 2012. Relentless rains submerged half of the sprawling Philippine capital, triggered a landslide that killed eight people and sent emergency crews scrambling Tuesday to rescue and evacuate tens of thousands of residents. (AP Photo/Mike Alquinto)

Residents wade through floodwaters as another looks down from a rooftop in Marikina City, Metro Manila August 7, 2012. Rescuers rushed to reach trapped residents across the Philippine capital on Tuesday, as torrential rains triggered severe flooding. Flood waters reached up to two metres (6.5 feet) in the village of Tumana in Marikina City, an eastern suburb of metropolitan Manila, where some residents were stranded in their homes. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo

Residents wade through floodwaters in Tinajeros, Malabon city, Metro Manila August 7, 2012. More than 20,000 people across Manila and nearby provinces are staying inside evacuation shelters, the welfare department said. REUTERS/Stringer

Filipinos move around roofs as floodwaters rise in suburban Quezon City, north of Manila, Philippines, on Tuesday Aug. 7, 2012. (AP Photo/Mike Alquinto)








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