Saturday, December 21, 2013
WARNING: RELIGIOUS THOUGHT CONTAINS ELEMENTS THAT CAN DAMAGE THE HUMAN BRAIN
by Val Koinen
December 21, 2013
Allow me to take a break from this month's Jew Awareness Month theme. A very disturbing story I came across last evening is bearing heavily on my mind.
Imbecilic. Stupid. Ignorant. Uninformed. Pathetic. Foolish. Severely libtarded. Brainwashed and deracinated. Self-hating. Filled with the poison of unnecessary and unwarranted White guilt. Suicidal. Confused. Befuddled. Weak-minded. Those are just a few of the adjectives and descriptors that come to mind when I contemplate the way so many White Americans think about race and race-mixing (racial realism), the Jew problem (their crimes against White people and Western Civilization), the unique and bountiful qualities of their own people, our rapidly degrading culture and society, true history, our survival as a subspecies of humankind, and being guided in life by a worldview based on truth, honor, and objective reality.
But this story 'takes the cake.' This goes beyond the pale. There may be some shared elements with the above, but it speaks to a different kind of delusion entirely. This, in my considered opinion, is sheer, unbridled insanity. It would seem that the woman's brain has been destroyed by her religious beliefs. (And no, I don't think my suggesting that mental imbalance is a factor makes me such a cruel and heartless person. Read the article. The woman herself alludes to a recognition that her feelings 'may sound crazy.')
This is a beautiful White woman. We can probably assume that she is reasonably intelligent. We are not told that she is mentally retarded, or suffers from some organic disorder that has severely restricted her thought processes and capacity to reason. Yet she can go on national television and spout this kind of servile, defeatist, head-in-the-clouds, illogical, unreasoned and irrational nonsense. How can that be? How can you explain it if not for mental illness?
In being slavishly faithful to her religious beliefs she elevates the criminal, murderous element of a tribe of 'the other' above her ability or willingness to honor her dead husband. She rationalizes and minimizes the enormity of her husband's death and the horrible way he died. She would ignore the damage done to her marriage and her now fatherless child in order to comfort her husband's killers. Oh, what the hell -- maybe that's understandable -- she is, after all, honoring their behavior (their fanaticism) most likely born of their religious beliefs at the same time she is honoring her own. Kind of like 'sleeping with the enemy' -- mentally and emotionally crawling into bed with them after they have just dispatched her husband to oblivion.
Her position and utterances seem to ignore the fact that while she is being understanding, loving, and forgiving; the assassins acted out of intolerance and hatred (of her husband and of her people, including her and her child). And furthermore, she chooses to ignore the fact that the killers will almost certainly go on to wreak further mayhem on other people at another time.
Do we need another clue to her religious dementia? How about her (and her husband) naming their son after Hosea -- the Jewish 'prophet of doom' of the Talmud and the Old Testament?
It just defies understanding -- it's beyond sensibility. I really do need to finish up that essay on mankind being a failed species (or at least the one about White people being a failed subspecies of humankind). (Oh, right -- I guess that would make me just another Hosea -- another prophet of doom.)
But then -- maybe I'm wrong. Maybe this is just her misguided way of reaching out for solace and comfort in this horrible time of anguish and grief. I would like to think so, and I wish her well. But that doesn't mean that I will ever understand how she could wish her husband's killers well. In a rational world there is a huge difference.