Did you know that "“Do-gooders” are some of the most dangerous people on this planet!"? It would appear the answer is "yes" according to Gerald Flurry in this article from the September-October 2004 issue of The Philadelphia Trumpet.
“Do-gooders” are some of the most dangerous people on this planet! They often have strong views based on little understanding. And this is a dangerous age to have strong influence combined with distorted reasoning. ... But today the do-gooders are out defending Saddam and prosecuting Milosevic! It’s a very dangerous way to reason in the age of WMD. (Gerald Flurry, The Scary Truth Behind the Milosevic Trial, September-October 2004, The Philadelphia Trumpet, p. 2.)Now in context Gerald Flurry was discussing the trial of Slobodan Milošević. For many years, since 1999, Gerald Flurry has condemned NATO's intervention against the Milošević regime as part of a sinister plot by the Germans to conquer Europe and then America and Britain.
However this pro-Milošević stance is little more then an attempt to exploit the terrible suffering caused in the Yugoslav Wars to demonize Germany and the Pope in order to convince people that World War III will soon occur.
What a strange way to view "do-gooders" as "some of the most dangerous people on this planet!" How anyone could say something like that?
Here are some other posts regarding the topic of the Yugoslav Wars and how PCG discusses it:
Reading PCG's Booklet, Germany's Conquest of the Balkans (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)
PCG Using the Yugoslav Wars to Demonize Germany and the Pope
Watching PCG's Program, Germany's Conquest of Europe
PCG Advertizing Flurry's Yugoslav Wars Booklet
PCG Exploits Yugoslav Wars to Demonize Germany
PCG's Support for Serbia in the Yugoslav Wars
Watching PCG's Telecast, Putin Remembers Yugoslavia
PCG's Ron Fraser Demonizing Bosnia as a "Terrorist Enclave" (2008)
PCG Calls Srebrenica Massacre "a Crime of Passion"
Serb War Criminals Convicted
How PCG's Ron Fraser Viewed the Kosovo War in 1998
PCG's Ron Fraser: The EU Will Divide Macedonia (2001)