Sunday, 17 August 2008

To Hell in a handcart

Mega-Blog Sunday 17 August

this blog entry might be somewhat dis-jointed , and make little sense. I am very good at verbal ranting, sermonizing etc., but when it comes to putting pen to paper I am lacking, which since I am in the middle of writing two books is a bit of a problem!

When JFK said NO to Russian missiles in Cuba, the World gave a sharp intake of breath. Kennedy was right, and Kruchyev wrong. Now, the situation is reversed, and America wants to erect a "defensive" shield in Poland. This is the biggest dumbfuck of an idea that I have ever heard; there are pieces of dead wood that have more awareness than Bush. He makes Hitler seem like a reasonable guy who was just a little bit confused over the Jewish issue.The sooner somebody assassinates this guy, the safer will be this planet!

Now the snivelling shits want to take over NATO isn't kicking enough butts...well now George old bean, let me tell you this; even Alexander the great got his ass kicked in Afghanistan, as did the Russian regular how the fuck are you American softies going to achieve anything ? FUCK OFF trying to run the world you tyrants. This planet doesn't need you!

And you can stuff McDonalds & Bill Gates up your big fat smelly arses

On another topic entirely , a woman got shoved off a railway pltform for telling two men not to then, this should be an Olympic sport. Why stop at the anti-smokers? perhaps we could defenestrate the ant-hunt brigade, or the badgers-are-more-important-than-humans nutters could be hunted with dogs.

According to Persian mythology, Mithras was born of a virgin given the title 'Mother of God'.He was born in a cave, where,as a babe-in-arms, he was visited by three kings.

The god remained chaste throughout his life, and valued self-control, renunciation and resistance to sensuality among his worshippers. Mithras represented a system of ethics in which brotherhood was encouraged in order to unify against the forces of evil. The worshippers of Mithras held strong beliefs in a celestial heaven and an infernal hell.

They believed that the benevolent powers of the god would sympathize with their suffering and grant them the final justice of immortality and eternal salvation in the world to come. They looked forward to a final day of Judgement in which the dead would be resurrected, and to a final conflict that would destroy the existing order of all things to bring about the triumph of light over darkness.

Purification through a ritualistic baptism was required of the faithful, who also took part in a ceremony in which they drank wine and ate bread to symbolize the body and blood of the god. Sundays were held sacred, and the birth of the god was celebrated annually on December the 25th. After the earthly mission of this god had been accomplished, he took part in a Last Supper with his companions before ascending to heaven, to forever protect the faithful from above.

Sound familiar ?????

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