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Death. And It’s Aftermath. Like A Thief. – January 9th, 2014 11:22 pm

One of the great cinematic moments in film history. Look how the director (in this case, the phenomenal director who also happens to play the lead role) juxtaposes the poignant close-ups of two mere mortals… two criminals – one hardened, one virginal – with the sprawling, wide-angle vista of mountains, sky…. of… eternity.

Enjoy the clip from one of my favourite all-time films, Clint Eastwood’s “Unforgiven”.


And now.  Come back to reality.

Tonight, three terrorists are dead in the most horrific terrorist attack in France in more than 50 years.  Four hostages, murdered in cold blood.

And two nights ago in Billings, Montana, police officer Grant Morrison took the life of Richard Ramirez.  And wept uncontrollably on the hood of a unit vehicle.

Tonight, give your loved ones a kiss.  Get on your knees and thank God you are able to do so.

Because… what does tomorrow bring?


Islam. The Sad, The Rabid, And Its Rot. – January 8th, 2015 3:15 pm


Tragically, in the follow up to the atrocities in Paris, too many have expressed hatred towards Muslims as a generality.
I believe their focus to be misdirected.
Our focus should be on the stench, the rotted corpse that is Islam.  

The religion is false… wicked. It’s adherents, I believe for the most part, are misguided, lost souls who need proselytizing.  And quick.
Some are trapped like sad, sad pets mired in a physically and mentally abusive relationship.

Others, trapped like rabid animals in a cage.  
The sad ones deserve our sympathy and prayers.  
The rabid ones need to be fought with the vigour of a medieval Crusader. As for discerning between the ‘sad’ and the ‘rabid’, there is a little thing called “taqiyya”. Which makes this mess all the more intolerable.
And, which also leads us back to fetid religion called… Islam.