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December 27, 2009

During conflicts, particularly culture wars, Knights sometimes do not understand why they scare people. “We are pure and virtuous,” Knights sometimes think to themselves. “God is on our side. Why can’t other people see this? How can people doubt us? How can people not like us?” And then later, as they become more frustrated, “Those who oppose us, in their heart of hearts, must know we are right—they must be deliberately choosing to do evil. Woe be unto them as they stand in the way of our efforts to do God’s Will. God will show them the error of their ways later.”

Knights do not understand how they can be perceived from the outside—as people with a hymn on their lips and blood on their hands.

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