Prof. Frink: And the only true way to know your enemy's heart is to see it sitting loose on your coffee-table.
lymond01: I guess I would have to say forgiveness is only viable when you know your enemy's heart. I'm not sure people can decide to forgive on their own. I'm not sure they should. If their enemy is guilt-ridden and asks for forgiveness, it seems like that's the important piece.
some_beer_drinker: log_jammin: On Monday, Rwanda marks the 20th anniversary of the beginning of 100 days of bloody mayhem. But the genocide was really in the making for decades, fueled by hate speech, discrimination, propaganda and the training of death squads. Hutus had come to resent Tutsis for their greater wealth and what they saw as oppressive rule.Rwanda is the most densely populated country in mainland Africa, slightly smaller than the U.S. state of Maryland but with a population of more than 12 million. The countryside is lush green, filled with uncountable numbers of banana trees.The Hutu-Tutsi divide may be the country's most notorious characteristic but also its most confounding. The two groups are so closely related that it's nearly impossible for an outsider to tell which the average Rwandan belongs to. Even Rwandans have trouble knowing who is who, especially after two decades of a government push to create a single Rwandan identity.And the winner of this years most out of place sentence is...never forget about the uncountable banana trees!
Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.
When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.
Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.
You need to create an account to submit links or post comments.
Click here to submit a link.
Also on Fark
Submit a Link »
Copyright © 1999 - 2017 Fark, Inc | Last updated: Jul 24 2017 16:55:24
Runtime: 0.187 sec (187 ms)