Vilerat’s Revenge?

When you make a diplomat/game-strategist a martyr, by murdering him out of hatred for Christianity and most good things, and thus possibly sending him directly to Heaven — he might have some interesting ideas of what to pray for, in front of the Throne.

For example, this little organizational effort sounds suspiciously like the stuff “Vilerat” used to organize on Eve Online. Ditto the post below.

Not revenge, per se. Just a fitting shake-up of the situation.

Got no proof. But heck, he sounds like the kind of guy who had an urge to make the most out of his influence to make good (or entertaining, in-game) changes. Sending him to the next life early may have been a real strategic error.

Btw, the two ex-SEALs killed in Benghazi trying to defend the consulate were not there as paid embassy security, despite the White House saying so. I’m sure they have interesting petitions for the Most High, also.

“”Woods and Doherty weren’t part of the detail, nor were they personally responsible for the ambassador’s security, but they stepped into the breach when the attacks occurred and their actions saved the lives of others,” an unnamed U.S. official told the Washington Guardian.

So as the consulate was pummeled with mortar fire from an organized al-Qaida terrorist attack, the two men, with no preparation and no ground intelligence, just plain stepped forward without any obligation to do so, and died defending the U.S. after the non-U.S. contractors who were paid to do that ran away.

Such information ought to get out, because these men died heroes. They didn’t have to be there, but they went anyway defending against a terrorist attack that can only be compared to the Alamo.”

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