Monday, December 31, 2012
Sunday, December 30, 2012
Sympathies go out to any family that loses five children in a single automobile accident.
However, had these individuals been run of the mill White people, would the news of their deaths have been as prominently placed?
Are we suppose to weep more for them just because they are American Indians?
And if they had been boring, regular White people, would the headline have read "Caucasian Family Devastated In SUV Wreck"?
And if their Prius had been flattened would that have been pointed out or is that sort of vehicle of such shoddy construction that that would have been expected anyway?
Monday, December 24, 2012
The conservatives and Republicans condemning Wayne LaPierre over his press conference performance at least attempting to present a rational response to the tragedy of gun violence are the same useless behind smoochers that have lost the presidency the past two elections.
Friday, December 21, 2012
Wayne LaPiere of the of the NRA astutely observed that, if the President is worthy of being protected by armed security, why not the nation’s school children. However, a number of issues need to be addressed before his proposal of a national school security force is implemented throughout the country. For example, what if the administrators of a private school do not want such federal operatives roaming their halls? Furthermore, will the purview of their authority be restricted to stopping actual gun incidents as they unfold or will they also be trolling for the crimes of thought and non-sociability many are being duped into believing are even greater threats than the actual discharge of a firearm.
The world is so philosophically warped that contemporary culture is on the verge of categorizing men that recreationally wear camouflage as threats to public safety largely on account that they are individualists but applauds and protects with special laws the men that wear frilly dresses because they are souls willing to follow their own path.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
In 2011, the authorization process for erecting the Nativities was altered so that many of the permits ended up going not to churches but rather to a motley assortment of unbelievers. As a result of the hassle and embarrassment, under the excuse of the necessity maintaining an unobstructed seaside view, municipal authorities decided to do away with depictive winter displays altogether.
The ultimate reason though is to deny access by any particular viewpoint by suppressing them all equally. Sort of the socialistic notion that everyone is equal because everyone is equally miserable.
Cutting edge commentary will likely focus on the here and now with how the tradition has been abolished in its entirety. However, the way the issue was handled in 2011 still gives rise to observations as pertinent today as they aptly apply to the overall tenor of the age in which we live rather than the narrow focus of a particular year which has already elapsed.
In 2011, one of the displays erected by the apostates and unregenerates read "What myths do you see? 37 million Americans know myths when they see them." Pictured along with the slogan were images of Neptune, Santa Claus, Jesus and Satan.
Of course, the Old Deluder, the Devil himself, has no problem being depicted as a buffoonish cartoon villain since, though he has a massive ego having at one time conspired to set his throne on the mount of the congregation in his attempt to usurp the place of the Almighty. At this point in the game, he is more concerned about dragging down as many as he can with him to eternal damnation rather than to get as many as possible to swear an eternal positive affirmation to his infernal name.
Of course, especially in a place like California, it really doesn't take all that much courage to thumb one's nose at Christ either. After all, He was the one that admonished the insulted to turn the other cheek and those ready to call for Crusades on behalf of His name, even if not in His spirit, don't exactly hold he sway they once did.
So shouldn't those wanting to take a courageous stand in the name of the Great Emptiness or however else one might be inclined to depict nothing whatsoever take on a figure whose backers show a little more teeth? For instance Islam? These fanatics threatened the producers of South Park for even obscuring the view of the specific personage that was suppose to be in the bear costume.
However, it seems these leftists converging upon California only go out of their way to have Judeo-Christian religious figures removed from view on public property. They seem to exhibit little opposition to deities advocated by less than Biblically acceptable religions and forms of belief.
For in California, in the mid 90’s a monument costing the taxpayers nearly $500,000 was erected to Quetzalcoatl. Quetzalcoatl is the winged serpent god from Aztec mythology around which a number of Hispanosupremacist front organizations hope to repaganize and de-Christianize this targeted demographic in preparation for the uprising against the United States when insurgents intend to slaughter the remaining Whites in disputed Southwestern territories.
Atheism is the belief that God does not exist. To be consistent, that would include those of a non-Christian variety as well.
Thus, it would be reasonable to conclude that there must be a greater overarching, more pragmatic commonality linking those that believe in no God and those that believe that higher order beings condescended down to our level who, rather than shed their blood and died on our behalf, insisted that our blood be shed and lives sacrificed to placate the base lusts of these craven entities whether the victims were willing or not. That shared commonality is nothing less than an outright hatred of the God that is there and a desire to see His followers silenced.
by Frederick Meekins
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Scientists admit that the rumors of the demise of a variety of whale thought extinct for nearly two million years have been greatly exaggerated. One must stop and wonder what other aspects of evolution and the geologic column the overly educated don’t have a clue about.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
If social ineptitude is to be an indicator as to whether or not someone is likely to go postal according to the advocates of Minority Report style crime prevention, will adolescents fidgeting awkwardly in the school cafeteria eventually provoke the same response as two suspects exchanging wads of cash that bolt like deer when a police cruiser turns down the street?
A caller to WMAL's Chris Plante program argued against citizens possessing weapons technologically beyond those available to the Founding Fathers at the time the Constitution was adopted. Only White property holders could vote back then also. Should we return to that arrangement as well? That might relieve America of deadbeats voting themselves lavish welfare benefits.
Instead of providing a balanced perspective on this topic, editors instead allowed the topic to be addressed by Bart Ehrman.
Bart Ehrman's claim to fame is essentially undermining every tenet of orthodox Christianity by casting doubt on the sources that serve as the foundation of the faith in favor of texts more gnostic in origins and interpretation.
Thus, it must be asked, would Newsweek publish an article casting aspirations on the founder or central figure of another world religion deliberately during a time of the year held to be one of the most sacred among a significant percentage of the faith’s adherents?
Would Newsweek pull something like this during Ramadan?
Both Voltaire and Nietzsche in their respective eras remarked how the name of Jesus Christ was on the wane and that God was dead.
Now, a Bible Society has turned Voltaire’s former home into an office and it is Nietzsche that is dead.
As the periodical prepares to publish its last print edition towards the close of 2012, perhaps Newsweek should stop and reflect where its name will be 200 years or so in comparison to the Name Above All Names.
by Frederick Meekins
Monday, December 17, 2012
Analysts and pundits are suggesting that eliminating the Second Amendment may be the best way to prevent incidents of mass violence such as the Connecticut elementary school massacre. When that does not work as a cure, what will be there to protect the American people when it is argued that what is really needed to make the United States safe is the elimination of the First Amendment?
So if fanatic homeschooler Kevin Swanson initially summarized that the Connecticut elementary school massacre represents 27 reasons why to abandon the public education system, does he intend to modify his original claim and say the same thing about homeschooling since reports seem to indicate that Adam Lanza was educated in part through that form of pedagogy as well?
Liberals are going to need to make a decision. Are we still going to go with the line of just be yourself and everything will work out fine (one of the greatest loads of excrement pounded into children's heads)? Or should we put up enough of a front that we really give a crap so as to avoid being categorized by intelligence agencies as subversively introverted or reclusive?
Read down to about paragraph 11.
Sunday, December 16, 2012
According to Dominionist theologian Don Paulk, average Americans should be denied access to so-called “assault weapons” because the only purpose for such firearms is to quickly kill large numbers of people. However, he does not have a problem with police or military having access to such implements of carnage. Thus, how are innocent citizens suppose to protect themselves should the day eventually arrive when government forces are turned against innocent civilians?
If Adam Lanza had shot up Congress rather than an elementary school, would his victims have been left to commence the process of decomposition over the weekend wherever their bodies hit the floor or would they have been quickly removed in a dignified fashion for return to their respective families?
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Friday, December 14, 2012
Contrary to the mantra harped in the media, just because one has procreated that does not make the outrage one feels in regards to the Connecticut elementary school shooting morally superior to and more worthy of accolades than that experienced by someone that has not.
A fuss is being made that it was difficult to identify the gunman of the Connecticut elementary school system because he was carrying his brother's ID. Thus, when the time comes for the Mark of the Beast to be implemented, those opposed to what will likely be a biochip identification system will be castigated as encouraging schoolhouse massacres.
Fanatic homeschooler Kevin Swanson is categorizing the tragic Connecticut elementary school shooting as 27 reasons why to abandon the public school system. Twenty-seven is the number slaughtered by the gunman. So should the shooting at the Amish school some time ago be categorized as whatever the number murdered reasons why to abandon private Christian education? Likewise, should someone ever go off at some kind of homeschool or church function, should such an incident be invoked as to why homeschooling or even church attendance should be abandoned?
Thursday, December 13, 2012
In the closing scene of Wolverine & The X-Men animated series, the part with Apocalypse hovering above the Earth in a pyramid shaped UFO with the assembled throng chanting his name in adoration was eschatologically interesting. No wonder the program was cancelled.
An article in the Nov. 2012 edition of Public Relations Tactics is titled "Rolling Stones use augmented reality to drive message awareness." The members of that band have used so many drugs over the decades are the any longer able to distinguish between normal and "augmented" reality?
NBC medical correspondent claims that religion "mucks up" Christmas. Would she say such a thing about Ramadan? Just as importantly, if medical journalists are being allowed to hand down authoritative pronouncements regarding religious matters, will clergy be brought on to hand down unquestioned opinions regarding matters of biological science?
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Monday, December 10, 2012
Sunday, December 09, 2012
In Mark 13:41-44, Jesus praised the widow that did not necessarily put the largest offering into the plate but who gave from what she did have. He did not proceed from behind the pulpit to ream the congregation a new one that what they had given was a "waste of time" because it was a single serving size rather than economy portion. These deadbeats and indigents are certainly a bunch of foodie snobs these days if they expect to eat at a level beyond what average Christians are able to extend in terms of charitable giving. It's not exactly a winning homiletical strategy to start in the announcements ridiculing what some have brought forward as part of the annual homeless mission outreach only to end the sermon in a sob story how giving has declined overall for the past two years. The result is only to prompt me to clamp down on my change purse all the tighter.
Saturday, December 08, 2012
WUSA 9 broadcast an investigation into taxis failing to pick up Black passengers. Of course, in the attempt to foment racial discord, the fact was conveniently overlooked that nearly every cabby caught perpetrating such an offense was themselves Black. If journalists care so passionately about this issue, are they willing to risk their own lives by vehicularly transporting shady characters to even more questionable areas.
Thursday, December 06, 2012
Wednesday, December 05, 2012
A fundamentalist blathering on about the evils of celebrating Christmas condemned children wanting to sit in Santa's lap rather than that of Jesus. However, there is not someone dressed in a Jesus costume down at the mall that a child can relate to in such a physical manner. Thus, isn't this a condemnation over a child not having reached a level of cognitive development over which they have no control rather than rebuking an actual sin? There is no winning with such clergy. They create an atmosphere where one is afraid of Hellfire if one does not reveal every last detail of one’s existential inner life and then commence another round of verbal castigation when what is revealed does not measure up to some ideal that few have ever achieved in an unblemished state.
Tuesday, December 04, 2012
To translate one of the main points of last night's Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theories, Richard Bigelow thinks that he will ride out the Great Tribulation on board his own private space station. He just better hope it is not orbitting along Wormwood's projected trajectory.
Monday, December 03, 2012
It seems the vagrant provided a new pair of shoes by a good natured police officer was seen once again lurking barefoot around the streets of New York City.
It seems he has placed the shoes in hiding, thinking they will grow in value as a recognizable icon from the early days of social media.
It might be one thing to think a few steps down the road in terms of investments and the future.
However, this indigent has crossed over the line into outright greed.
No one would have known about this act of assistance without it having been photographed by a passing shutterbug that uploaded an image of the touching moment to Facebook, from where it went viral.
Now the recipient of the photographed act of kindness is demanding his cut of any royalties that might accrue or some other form of compensation since no one asked permission to take his picture.
Hopefully, he will get frostbite as a result of his decision to go discalced, but that will probably just earn this bum an even larger government handout.
By Frederick Meekins