Archive for May, 2011

Safely Offensive

Posted in Politics, Religion, Society on May 31st, 2011

The Risen Zombie Jesus - Blood and Brains For The Lord Christ
Blood and Brains For The Zombie Lord Jesus

The image above is likely to be quite offensive to Christians. Depicting their God and His Resurrection in the context of a zombie apocalypse is quite disrespectful, offensive, and insulting to Christians. By and large though, it’s safely offensive; neither the law nor individual Christians will attempt to do me harm over it.

Of course this would not be the case if I chose to post images mocking Allah, Muhammad, and/or Islam. Then I would be open to societal reprisals and possibly murderous assault by the Muslims. In some areas of the Civilized World I could even be brought up on criminal charges.

Art vs. Hate Crime - Oikophobia, Islamic Terrorism, and Christophobia combined in Evil
One Is Art, One Is a Hate Crime?

The United Nations, long, deeply, and irredeemably contaminated by the vicious, subhuman Muslims, has repeatedly tried to expand this special protection across the globe.

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Ignorance Is Bliss

Posted in Humor, Politics on May 30th, 2011

There is an old, old truism – ignorance is bliss. Whose ignorance and whose bliss though is the question…

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The More You See, The More You’ll Like?

There is some truth in the thought that what you don’t know can’t hurt you but there is much more truth and that of a harsher sort in the thought that what you don’t know can’t hurt them.

I, for one, will spurn Gray’s counsel. I have neither dreams nor prospects of Eton College and will choose the “folly” of wisdom over ignorance’s bliss if so doing will let me destroy the Liberals’ Paradise. 😉

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I Can’t Believe…

Posted in Humor, Politics on May 30th, 2011

Belief is important. It is the foundation of faith and truth. Without it there’s little chance that full faith and trust can be placed in someone or something.

I Can't Believe...
I Can’t Believe …

Of course some things totally overwhelm and beggar credulity – either because you, because of who and what you are, could not conceive that people would fail to supports your actions or because your actions seem so atypical for anyone claiming the specific knowledge, training, and loyalties pertaining to the situation. 😉

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