compassionless


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"We appear to have entered a compassionless era, where suffering is being ignored and lives are devalued, depending on nationality or ethnicity" -Linda S.
The internet can be a wonderful thing, but not when there's a compassionless fool with a camera who thinks every heartbreak is just another hashtag.
Bateman, who played some of these same themes for comic effect in his own 2013 directorial debut, "Bad Words," seems completely at ease as a compassionless alpha who views the world in clearly demarcated terms of winners and losers.
I am not, or not only, talking about right-wing contempt for the poor, although the dominance of compassionless conservatism is a sight to behold.
When the cabby reproaches him for becoming distressed about the horse when he has to survive as a poor night-cabby and provide for his indigent children, Stevie's "sense of indignation and horror at one sort of wretchedness having to feed upon the anguish of the other" (132) produces an image of London as a feeding-ground of compassionless suffering.
Yet come the denouement, the audience was left feeling sorry for him - with the realisation he'd been raised and brainwashed to become a cold, compassionless killer by the Network (the aforementioned shadowy organisation) since the day he was born.
Cushing played to perfection the part of compassionless, emotionless, and lonely paralytic man, with a cheerless face, a cold arrogance, and a lack of love for his wife Isobel in which he saw only the reincarnation of the Princess Ananka, "the most beautiful woman in the world." On the set, Cushing showed again his intuition and perceptive dramatic sense of action after seeing a promotional poster that showed the Mummy with a large hole in the chest, allowing the light to pass through the body.
has ever been more nasty, mean-spirited, compassionless and extreme than it was under Margaret Thatcher.
The trouble with webs is it's all spiders and flies, They suck your blood 'til your heart dries, Another platform for the lies, Compassionless grid that crucifies and calcifies.
Yadgar n.d.), applied to refugees from Darfur and other African disaster areas (Weiss 2007), and evoked to reproach the compassionless nature of modern market economy (R.
Winter, former assistant administrator for the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance for the US Agency for the International Development and former Special representative of the US deputy Secretary of State for Sudan, writing in the Mediterranean Quarterly in 2007 said the following extracts from his article about the NCP: "Sudan's NCP is controlled by an intellectually capable, radically committed, conspiratorial, compassionless nucleus of individuals, long referred to as National Islamic Front (NIF).
(ff, abandonatamente) The callous heartless heedless reckless cheerless shameless ape, The ruthless clueless senseless restraintless compassionless merciless ape, The taking-it-all-for-me self-absorbed always-playing-the-victim innocence-claiming never-reflecting sanctimonious double-tongued ape:
Following a piano transition, the rhythm alters, matching the intensity of the poetry that describes the revelation of a compassionless lover.
If we are to break free of a compassionless policy that supports torture, oppression and greed, our leaders, our government officials and CEOs, our movers and shakers, and the average citizen, need to be reminded of the range of their humanity.