You Are Not the Father!

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered some amusing artwork here, being shared by the page, “People for Anarchy, Voluntaryism, Non-Aggression, and Liberty.” Taking creative liberties, I decided to design a qodesh “variation on a theme,” and post it to the wall of my friend, Damion S…

"Democracy: the system that picks murder of speech. Remember: voting with the crowd can get you Barabbas over Yahusha. 'Do not turn to the right or the left; turn your foot away from evil.' - Míshlê [Proverbs] 4:27" (Artwork by Rayn)

“Democracy: the system that picks murder of speech. Remember: voting with the crowd can get you Barabbas over Yahusha. ‘Do not turn to the right or the left; turn your foot away from evil.’ – Míshlê [Proverbs] 4:27”
(Artwork by Rayn)

My Commentary: When it comes to 2000+ year old democracy… Yahuah, you are not the father. 😉 Ha!

Humanity Continues to Sympathize with the Murdering Thief Over the Innocent

The following correspondence originally took place upon my Facebook wall…

2013-02-20 - Humanity Continues to Sympathize with the Murdering Thief Over the Innocent

RaynGlobal Elitism: The Character Traits Of Truly Evil People:
http://www.alt-market.com/articles/1348-global-elitism-the-character-traits-of-truly-evil-people

From the article:

“Elitists believe that conscience is a hindrance to success, instead of a worthwhile virtue. They knowingly and deliberately abandon their moral compass because they see it as an unnatural restriction, an obstacle that makes getting what they want more difficult… They further attempt to avoid the fact of their own dysfunction by trying to elicit criminality in others. If they can convince the masses that morality is “relative” and that right and wrong are subject to “interpretation”, if they can convince us to ignore our own inner voices which are inborn, then their monstrosity could eventually be considered normal, even preferable. For in a world of moral relativists, the man with a conscience becomes the criminal, the outcast, and the elites become the heroes they always wanted to believe themselves to be.”

Allison H.: Scary stuff. Unfortunately, all too real.

Rayn: Sadly… And, yet, most would rather sympathize with the thieves and murderers of this world, than to support their fellow human beings in the struggle AGAINST such lizards! I seem to remember a similar ancient story involving a fellow named Barabbas… *sigh*

Allison H.: Yep. I’ll meet your sigh and raise you a groan.

Rayn: Indeed!