Warrior or Victim?

Swiss neutrality is one of the main principles of Switzerland’s foreign policy which dictates that Switzerland is not to be involved in armed or political conflicts between other states. This policy is self-imposed and designed to ensure external security and promote peace. Switzerland has the oldest policy of military neutrality in the world; it has not participated in a foreign war since its neutrality was established by the Treaty of Paris in 1815.

Neutrality does not work when you come from a family of incest.

A policy of self-imposed neutrality to ensure security and peace is not possible in these wars between us and incest.

We must fight. To stay silent means we are falling prey to our past. Which side are you willing to fight for? You or your family?

U C U

By allowing God’s gaze to bring ourselves into focus we can begin removing our eyes from those that hurt us. So many times I see victims of brutal sexual crimes maintain a focus on the ones that hurt them.

Is this for safety? Is this because they made themselves the center of our worlds and now we cannot deny that call to them? Is it to maintain a false peace within us?

Whatever the reason is — we need to hear the call to arms and fight back. Don’t sit in the corner waiting for someone to set you free. Call out to God! Then, stand up and fight back.

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