One picture says it all.
Today I saw a video about why an essayist thinks "battle royale" games are popular. They said it was an expression of sinfulness mixed with wanting to belong. I say it is just a sign of the west regressing back to the paganism of old replete with a move back to gladiatorial games.
I received a strange comment a few days ago. It was of a man who was desperately angry at his own obsolescence as well as the existence of Absolute Truth and wanted to take it out on me.
Far too many "trads" are like judas: feeble, cowardly, and eager the put the government over God when they feel the devil has taken control. They feel the devil has taken over and they wish to offer up the Church and God alike as a meal to the tiger in the hopes that it eats judas last. As both Job and St Thomas More know, that is nonsense.
Right in the middle of self-righteous, self-referencing worship of right-wing politics he outright apostatizes in public. Though who could be shocked? Screw him.
I have recently been cut off from hundreds of people I care about because I got in the way of a political ideology. It seems there is a lot of that going around these days, and not just from faceless corporations either.
Those of a specific political persuasion I often share have been in an uproar over the canceling of ABC's "Roseanne." I say "good riddance," and loudly.
If you find this blog at this time, it is very likely you once knew me from my time on twitter. That time has come to a close.