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I'm a simple man, not a simpleton. The worst thing any of our leaders can do is to get those two things confused. I'm a warrior for those things I believe in. I stand up for my friends, family, God, and country. All I truly want is for the government to stay as far out of my life as I can get it. Oh and just in case you haven't guessed it; I'm conservative in my bones.


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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Molotov Mitchell's Painful Truth

I just recently found out about the folks over at Illuminati Pictures and I am impressed more and more by what they are putting out.  Forgive the imagery, but it's blood and guts christianity.  By that I mean that they are unapologetic and unafraid to say it like it is.  Here's a good dose of reality and history all at the same time. Enjoy!


M. Rigmaiden said...

I watched the one about Uganda enacting legislation that would make homosexuality a capital offense. The liberal doubletalk about democracy really comes into play here...We've been taught that all civilized places convert to democratic rule, but notice that an African country that has been mired in corruption on and off for many years had a democratic election and THAT isn't news. The news is that, gasp, the Ugandans don't believe that being gay is right and now they are not civilized because the way in which they voted was unacceptable to the liberals.

It is interesting that in cultures that never had anything to do with Christianity over thousands of years all seem to have codes on sexual morality. There is a reason for this. In Eastern philosophy, deviant sexual behavior can poison the chakras and make the person toxic and they might do evil things. In many Buddhist sects, homosexuality is seen as a sexual deviancy and homosexuals are not allowed to be priests.

While I personally think that applying the Levite laws to our daily affairs would be a bit draconian, from another perspective I have to respect the voters choice. Given their history, there is ample reason the Ugandans passed that law. What will happen next is the UN will pressure them to repeal the law and if they don't they will find some reason to impose sanctions on them. So be it. The problem with Africa is that Africans haven't been in charge of their own resources and sovreignty for a whole host of complex reasons for a very long time.

If we truly believe in the sovreignty of citizens in a democracy or democratic republic, then we ought to let them make their own laws.

One African lady told me that Westerners preaching at them about how backwards their customs were was a surefire way to make them cling to their customs even further!

I don't believe that a gay person should be killed simply for being gay. That sounds crazy and tryannical to my sensibilities. But I don't have the history that they have and have no right to talk shit about their sovreign decisions.

M. Rigmaiden said...

I am having a hard time finding evidence that corroborates that that King Mwanba was a homosexual tyrant who raped his subjects. If all of those allegations are true, then like I said before one could see the Ugandan response. On the other hand, if this is false information, there doesn't seem to be a context for such draconian punishment for homosexuality. If the Levite laws were adopted then they would have to kill adulterers too and I would like to think that people can be rehabilitated to an extent (except rapists and child molesters; I believe demons took those people over)...

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