Still I'd like to see the time when praying to any deity would change something other than the mindset of the individual in question. Seemingly I'm without a sence of humor when it comes to the question of spiritual guidance from the 'greatest oppressor', the idealist god of christian faith (I made assumptions here, based on the country of residence and the main religion of that country [not the money-cult]), sure I can see the sarcasm in the reply, but I also can see a 'dangerous' inbedded mindset that the very society that the picture is commenting on has imprinted on the general psyche via certain religious institutions and centuries of oppression and exploitation. I've said this too many times before, but I see it fit saying it again here, I don't have anything against any personal faith, it's the organized infastructure of religion (what ever it may be) that I don't approve of. The 'divine' institutions that I see as one of the largest all-time oppressors of the whole humanity. Oh well, what ever gets one trough the day, eh? But praying still will not get us a better tomorrow, or if it will I'm even more of a fool than I'm now.
I hope anyone who creates or applauds a piece like the one we're talking about understands that organized religion is what got us to this. I agree with all that you said but I think what he meant by saying "We can only pray" is that there's nothing we can do about it. Accept pragmaticofatalism in your heart! It will forgive all your sins