Monday, June 22, 2015


Even the amerikan media can recognize evil in its most egregious form.  To almost everyone except maybe the most die hard racists, the shootings in South Carolina was an act of evil.  Since evil is so prevalent in the fascist system, only the most extreme public acts get labeled as such by the system.  That is what is meant by the phrase: The Banality of Evil.

When you have a system where power, greed, world conquest and hatred are the primary motivators, morals and ethics take a back(far back) seat.  Thus the system promoted the "relativistic paradigm" of moral behavior to justify the quest for worldly power.  And this is not just my view of the moral abyss amerika is in.

According to an IBD/TIPP poll, the satisfaction over the country's direction in terms of morals and ethics is at an all time low and diving among those amerikans polled.  Now the right wing politicians and the  holier-than-thou groups will try the exploit such pessimism in order to gain more POWER.  Ironically, the anything to gain power/wealth is the root of the problem.  There is no right or wrong, all actions are relative and justifiable according to worldly preachings.  Morals and ethics have no place in amerikan politics, in the amerikan work place or the amerikan injustice system(sic).  And the Bible even refers to organized religion as a "great whore" who fornicates with the kings of the world.   Meaning organized religions unfortunately often sell out their religious beliefs for worldly, political power.

So where does that leave you.  Are you a person who has the "love of power" or the "power of love"?  Evil or good.  It is not an easy decision, but ultimately that decision is based on what you believe is the purpose of life.  Remember, Christ said that "Satan is the god of this world", and that Satan is "misleading the ENTIRE world"(note: not just communists or capitalists or some other ist) and Christ turned down Satan's offer to worship him in return for political power over all of the world's then city-states.  It is not an easy choice.

One of my favorite quotes is from the movie, "The Usual Suspects".  Kevin Spacey's character says "The greatest trick Satan ever pulled was to convince the world that he doesn't exist."  Maybe someday I will write a post to give you a pretty compelling reason to believe that he does exit.