Archive for February 12th, 2012
One of the least commented but most viewed posts I had last week was the Archie Wilson case. It seems to not be very surprising to many people that a commissioner would abuse his power to the extent that Archie did. I mean doesn’t everyone have a couple of prostitutes on the side that they supply cocaine to in order to have crazy sex with? Then—when they get caught, hide out-of-state and pretend they were in a drug rehab getting “fixed” for their “illness.” That illness is called—evil.
Well, I suspect that many of my dear readers here are suffering from little evils that are living out in their minds, and they do not feel qualified to cast a stone against it. After all, aren’t we told that we should not cast stones if we live in glass houses? Yet this is how evil lives and survives, with threats of destroying those who might cast a stone in its direction. This has left our society paralyzed against even identifying evil. And this is the topic of Glenn Beck on his recent GBTV episode. Check it out.
Do not take the position of not seeing evil, not hearing evil, or not speaking of evil. Because evil wants to remain hidden in our midst’s so it can consume our very souls. Evil wants to continue as it has leaving society paralyzed against it. But do not become seduced by its power. Do not be threatened by its fury. You are better than it is.
How do I know this? Well dear reader, because you are reading this. If you can read this without laughing, snickering or attempting to belittle it, then evil does not have your soul yet, and there is hope. So fear not, evil is not as ominous as it would have you think it is. Don’t be afraid to call evil what it is when you see it, hear it or someone speaks it. The agents of evil are not necessarily those who are actually evil, but those who remain paralyzed by inaction and guilt to stand against it. Don’t be an agent of evil. It’s a perilous path with an outcome that serves only those corrupt enough to benefit from not having a soul.
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