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POLICIES OF WRATH; EXECUTIVE DISORDERS

31-01-2017

Ten days after inauguration day, U.S. President Donald Trump is in the news daily, and mostly for the scenes on which he signs and shows his executive orders, I prefer to call executive disorders. They reflect his policies "of anger and wrath." I urge readers to read the attached document and psalm 37 quoted therein. America has become a deeply, deeply divided country, increasingly marked by the politics of wrath and anger - by Democrats and Republicans. Most regretfully, American Christians - Roman Catholics included - are deeply divided. Many of them voted for Donald Trump. It is time for them to re-unite against the politics of anger and wrath. Trump's order about refugees constitutes a wrong.


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Frans A.M. Alting von Geusau

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