Last Supper

One thing I just saw was interesting: “The crowd will always save Barabbas.”

Another I saw was also interesting – that one doesn’t really understand what the Last Supper was about until one has seen the gory details of the crucifixion and before. Not my idea of a fun evening on the old town but it does bring it home nonetheless.

Just thinking what Sackers was saying earlier about being kind to Remoaners and some might become Leavers. I do understand the strategy but also just saw JRM saying:

Just what game does he think he’s playing at? The whole idea is that this invasion is what is causing all the trouble, induced and funded by Them – that is what everyone I meet in society is on about.

Maybe I should not have used the word “fool” but rather “saying foolish things”. Islam is what it is – brutalising people since the 600s and it is being used of course by the main enemy – Them – so how does one get one of Them to come over to the side of good?

How does one get someone hellbent on destruction to suddenly become a good member of society?

I also read something about needing to come to communion in the right manner. So “hating” this person or that is not the right manner, which is fair enough.

However – and I’ve said this so many times now – one does not hate the human beneath the idiotic behaviour, one hates the idiotic behaviour and when that behaviour becomes toxic, it needs stopping.

When a particular demographic is forever indulging in such destruction, then they need shutting down.

When a toddler finds a knife in a drawer, the parent does not stand back and say oh, it would be a hate crime to stop my child – no, the parent would step in, right?

Same thing with these kids in the city disrupting everyone who has a job to go to. These kids were out of control with all this gender pronouns, climate scam and so on.

That short film by DUST was about hating someone so much you wish him harm. That ain’t me, but equally, it doesn’t mean I wouldn’t act to neutralise a person’s damage he’s inflicting.  In the same way one would rescue a drowning child.

3 comments for “Last Supper

  1. April 19, 2019 at 02:37

    How does one get someone hellbent on destruction to suddenly become a good member of society?

    You have to understand that most evil people are not consciously evil. They’re either like most bankers and billionaires – merely indifferent to the fate of society. Or they’re idealists. They believe western civilisation must be destroyed because it’s wicked and unjust.

    These are not people who wake up each morning trying to decide what evil things they’ll do today. They wake up each morning asking what they can do to make the world a better place. The answer they always come up with is to destroy western civilisation and destroy white people.

    Many are deluded, especially on the right. There are a lot of right-wingers who genuinely think that because they’ve done extremely well personally out of capitalism then capitalism must automatically be a good thing for everybody.

    But very few people are out-and-out evil. Hitler thought he was a good person. He thought he was saving Germany. Stalin thought that the things he did were necessary to save the Revolution. So did Robespierre. Tony Blair probably does not consider himself to be an evil person. Nor does Theresa May.

    Even Churchill may have thought he was a moral person. OK, maybe not Churchill. Churchill seems to be one of the few who genuinely enjoyed the idea of killing people.

    But most evil is done for all the right reasons, in the mind of the person doing the evil. They already think that they are good members of society. They hold their ideological beliefs with the zeal of religious fanatics. Occasionally one of them will lose his faith for some reason but on the whole there’s no way to reach them.

  2. April 19, 2019 at 02:48

    The road to Damascus comes to mind.

    The psych luminaries have yet to find a way to cure psychopaths. But rest easy: we will all die be it at the hand of illness, accident, some fanatical evil shyte or some fanatical holy shyte. The important matter is ourselves and our own ignorance of the part we play. Forgive us (and them) for we know not what we do.

  3. April 19, 2019 at 06:53

    Oh dear and you were doing so well until this:

    Many are deluded, especially on the right. There are a lot of right-wingers who genuinely think that because they’ve done extremely well personally out of capitalism then capitalism must automatically be a good thing for everybody.

    … conveniently ignoring that it is your beloved left who are the Messianic. The right do not wake up thinking capitalism is really groovy in the least. They wake up seeing the horrors out there perpetrated by the global left ruling class.

    Right is about ethics, small govt, low tax, family, defence, earning enough to live and govt and others leaving us alone.

    Left is about dancing jigs on Westminster Bridge, lawlessness, sickmindedness – look at the minds of Planned Parenthood, Pelosi, Waters, Soubry, Corbyn – that is the left. Antifa, the professor attacking someone with a bicycle chain, the sickness they teach in schools.

    The right will have none of that. Venezuela is the result of left economics, North Korea. And we are going that way now . Left is about self-delusion and cognitive dissonance.

    But the worst aspect of the left is that no one can “undelude them” , as Yuri Bezmenov pointed out. They have been made toxic on leftwing lies, sinister lies, leftwing lies.

    Roger Scruton is a good example of the right being attacked and shut down by the left. Tim Newman wrote:

    In his recent Quillette interview with Toby Young, Roger Scruton laments the childishness and anti-intellectualism of modern politicians, citing their conduct on Twitter as evidence. It’s hard to disagree.

    Scruton was radical right, as I am. His is a very rightwing perspective. The left’s perspective is if he’s using the correct pronoun or not and then banning him if not. That is ‘left’ in one.

    Here’s a rightwing post, to give the deluded a sense of what being rightwing is:

    https://theviewfromcullingworth.blogspot.com/2019/04/the-literary-elite-is-cool-with.html

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